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"toll house" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:42 min | 2 weeks ago

"toll house" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Right maybe I'll discover in his free time they climaxing is actually better right right this this feels ended not long as this does feel is going to lead to World War wrote do you Love Me not as much as I love the hell out of me I'll be on your back look good you may what what's he doing they kicked open the door wait wait the few magazine he's looking at a magazine lifted weights yeah that that's a that's a big question going on for for gyms across the city right now across the nation are will are people going back to the gym because my numbers I'm I've worked out at least five or six times in the last two weeks at my gym and the numbers when I'm there there's maybe five people there here's what I will place here's what I know you're coming there's what what are the here's what happened to me he said I thought well okay we're through the scope of nineteen gyms are open cleared so I went up to power house where I've been working as closed I think I will get all of the details on what I gotta do to work out I walk up the sides gone the doors lock it's pitch black it sucks man yeah I'm impressed you went you went from toll house to power house yeah and that leads us back to to fat guy no more for you I can't be the show fat guy I'm going to call it right now you cannot look do you can no longer do fat jokes I don't know what to fat always known that's not true that's not hurt her that's right man could support there's no more.

"toll house" Discussed on The Power Trip

The Power Trip

07:38 min | Last month

"toll house" Discussed on The Power Trip

"Genius makes sense. I guess I don't get that I don't I don't understand door. Dashes business model enough to understand why they would under sell it for eight dollars and then make up the difference. That can't be a winning proposition. Yeah that makes sense phone. But I wonder if they're charging more fees on their side Bus should be orderly. Must be a favor. Will you ask Jason? Oh shut up. Oh yeah website is looking to hire a veteran to get paid to watch ten classic war films over Memorial Day weekend which is nice. The Nice seemed right right right. Top of your head. Don't think about it best war movie of all time. Go Saving Private Ryan Private Ryan Carly. That's what I was GONNA say. Probably Different I did love Dunkirk very good. Hey what's the one? That was recent with Brad Pitt. Inglorious bastards rate movie terrific choice very good tapes so good. I didn't even have to ask Jason. No it's official David Arquette. We'll be coming back to play Dewey Riley in scream guy. He is the first of the CAST members to sign on it. Sounds like Neve Campbell. Might be coming back as well but that's not a done deal but so far. David Arquette in they ever get here scream by one phone call now. They've that will love those movies. I is awesome. The rest of them are mostly garbage but the first one sweet right back well. That's impossible you are now attention impossible. Maybe she is a fake thing. Maybe it's Asami movie now. Yeah that's a weird twist. There's been a lot of talk of a third legally blonde movie for but now things look like they're happening. It looks like Reese Witherspoon. We'll be back and Mindy Kaeling from the office is going to write the screenplay with comedy writer. Dan Feeling writing legally blonde. Three the REECE's right up there with of the most powerful people in Hollywood and what she wants usually gets and she's usually in control of of that self net. She'll make that happen. Adam Sandler is going to play an NBA scout in his new Netflix's movie hustle and it will be produced by Lebron James Artist brand out there. Adam Well from Kevin Garnett the Lebron James Uncut gems the hustle assume. No much it. A Tennessee woman was arrested for repeatedly calling nine one one and asking police to bring a helicopter because Blake Shelton was trying to kill her. Oh my God also claimed there was a man in the woods with a knife and that she's dating Eric. Church in the Dolly. Parton was flying in that night to see her so a lot on your calendar for one day man. How much. Jeez I don't think this is a linguist mental problems at all. Plastic Blake Shelton. Her name is Mary Meyers Mac. Mary Myers they did find a bunch of vodka on the table when they showed up and she reeked of alcohol. I think we got to the bottom of to the probably not too far behind you. Maybe last Bonaly we can wrap it up with this one just because I have a question here. Nestle Toll House is giving away a year's supply of chocolate chips to whoever comes up with the most original recipe that includes chocolate chips undergo curly. Carly's Bacon harleys in the mix for this. My question is what does a year supply of less immensely. Tollhouse like thirty bucks worth a chocolate. What what a year's supply of that? How much do you go through like meat sauce and elementary school? You got US probably spent four grand on chocolate chips the rest of its we know fifteen. Twenty bucks tops. Absolute Hell Prize. That is do you guys want to hear quick story. We shut it. We had A. We bought a bag of salt vinegar chips. Once upon a time and opened the bag they were not sea salt. They were original chips and they give you a life supply of chips. If you tell them that happened wait a minute what did you did you go through with that So hang on. Hang on hang on hang on man must be nice be disasters so you have a sea salt in vinegar chip open bag. You open it up. It's absolute normal regular potato chips all of them. Not just like we all of that so those extremely wrong in the packaging assembly line. Whatever the Hell. Somebody tells you about this lifetime. Or how did you find out about the lifetime opportunity? Well our nanny told us about it and I looked into it because I- trustor but I wanted to do some digging sure and it's true it's legit. It's legit wow so okay. Hang on a second year. How many. How many bags of chips do you think? The sucker also goes through the week. Ballpark it by. Are we talking family? Size bags are a little so guests. And I'll let you know there's about fifteen view given day Allen Carly I'll say on average you guys go as a group go through three bags of chips. You got kids. I Safiya crushes chips. You're not find him. Well let's go with one. I was GONNA say to so go. I would think it'd be more than that no way we go through a bag. Maybe every two weeks wow. You don't eat meat so to probably still have that bag in the covered. What's a normal bag? Chips cost three or four dollars spices. Right yeah I'm just trying. I'm doing the math three forty now. Okay Okay three forty nine times oops oops three forty nine times twenty four. That's eighty dollars a year and Carl. You're how old twenty-six yes. Yeah right around twenty six jimmy. Savage sounds right right explicit. Say You'RE GONNA live we'll give you fifty five more years. That's four thousand. Six hundred and six dollars must be nice to be the suckers rip up a lottery ticket of forty six hundred dollars. It's felt like a lot of work to like. Yeah through all this. I get that I really do. Get that four thousand dollars an hour. But he's just. I don't understand how this works though. What is to stop somebody from opening up a bag of chips dumping all the chips out and then refilling the bag with a normal bag of potato chips into saying. Hey these are supposed to be some vinegar. Lifetime supply chips for a lot of work for by somebody. I mean me. I'm thinking about doing Natta thought the same integrity who forty-six hundred bucks. No give me the money well and I did I my gosh the big big chip lobby to latest shutdown cheddars gesture Zita. Screw you and she. She's.

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"toll house" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

04:21 min | 5 months ago

"toll house" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"The Mexican I'm going to bring you back down a little earning. I'm pretty sure that means like a dark chocolate with very little sugar. And I'm I'm thinking like eighty five percent ninety percent like dirt earth very earthy kind. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah but if you I mean you do you. So and then. Last the inventor of the chocolate chip Cookie Ruth Graves Wakefield sold the idea. Yeah to Nestle Toll House for one dollar in a lifetime supply of chocolate. You know what good on her. That's a good deal. Yeah Yeah I we're going to do she's like I don't need any money at this in. Yeah everything's fine. Give you that so I can keep making my bizarrely early enough. I'm sitting in the collections room at the museum that I work in the Maple Ridge Museum in Maple Ridge British Columbia and sitting on the shelf next to me is. Is this Nestle Toll House look at that. Oh my God. Faithful Nineteen thirty nine. It is a Nestle Toll House. Tinto your your Nestle toll has and the original nestle toll house rusty. Hey a wish so I looked I was putting my computer and I looked over like Nestle so yeah also I should mention Shea over here. Did proper up museum process and put on her white gloves before she picked up the ten and handled. It showed it to us. They sure did. Yeah Yeah that's what I'm talking about. Yeah I I'm a proper curators. Okay so that is my subject on chocolate so much watch. It must be so fun to do that to like get to do that as like a class. I did this as a class so I was doing my master's degree and I took took a legitimate graduate level course in chocolate and it was just like all encompassing class. Where you you talk about the biology of the genetics? The history of the manufacturing like the economics the advertising. It was the best class first half of the class. You're talking about. What are we talking about that day and then the second half was all chocolate tasting? It was really tough hard class. Yeah Ah Man. It was the best so since then I feel like all of us in the class of just been like doing this at random. Yeah and it's a lot of fun. We get to taste chocolate and wine throughout. Everybody gets a little tipsy by the end of. That's great. That's the dream that's awesome. That was great and so I have a quiz for you very excited. Okay I hope so then am of my quiz and so I'm following in your guys footsteps with this. With having a quiz that is subject to adjacent great. I love it so the name of my quiz is is it chocolate or is it poop. This is the best thing that's ever happened to me. Great please fire away. It's it's poop points about blue. Julius Nightmare I love this. This is great. Okay question. One Bat and Seabird Guano become big business in the eighteen. Hundreds due to the high nitrogen trajan phosphate and potassium content. For what purpose is it still used today. Question to an ancient Egyptian method of birth control involved creating diaphragm of honey mixed with the excrement of what animal question three true or false only chimps in captivity. Throw their poop question for copper. Light is a term used by archaeologists to describe right what surprisingly UN smelly item question. Five poop at least healthiest poops is brown because of what Bodley Godly product produced.

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Panera Bread/Au Bon Pain: Ron Shaich (2018)

How I Built This

07:27 min | 5 months ago

Panera Bread/Au Bon Pain: Ron Shaich (2018)

"Ron Shake isn't a household name like you say Howard Schultz but you could argue that. What Howard Schultz did for coughing Ron shake did for cheddar broccoli soup or the SEO cheese he's Bagel because like Howard? Ron Wasn't just focused on product. He was interested in creating a space of place where people could hang out for a long time. Maybe even have a PTA meeting or social gathering and really linger over that Bagel or cup soup. This is the famous third-place concept concept that both Howard Schultz and Ron shake wanted to tap into in. That's how Panera became one of the fastest growing restaurant chains in the world. In fact if you've invested the seven thousand dollars in Pinera stock in nineteen ninety nine. You'd be sitting on more than half a million dollars by two two thousand seventeen now. The thing is if you met Ron shake say in high school. This is not the path you've predicted for him. Ron Wasn't even interested in business. Is Passion was politics. His parents were raging liberals and Ron grew up going to rallies and volunteering on campaigns. All over New Jersey eventually went to Clark University where naturally he majored in politics and he was quickly elected to student government. And that could have been Ron's life life except for one day when something happened to Ron and a group of friends something kind of small but something that when you look back on it probably probably changed his entire life. Yeah so we. We were in a local convenience store called store. Twenty four cross the street from the main entrance to the Clark campus and they accused US shoplifting and tossed us out cecily guys just being rowdy earnings or wild. No we were shopping but I came back to campus episode and I was in my dorm with a couple of friends and I said you know. Why are we shopping there? How they can they treat us like this? What supports that store? We said what do we need what we can we can do this ourselves. We can have our own convenience store and I said you know this isn't going to be that hard. Let's go do it. And we approach the university. They weren't so keen on this but I moved the question to student body They voted in support of it and I basically agreed to spend that summer between my sophomore and junior here opening this convenience store guy. Wow So. What'd you guys Sal We sold Everything from drinks to Munchies two cookies and candy and you know our assistant manager would come to my apartment at five in the morning and we actually would go to this deep discount supermarket and buy I don't know ten or fifteen baskets full of merchandise that we'd stocked the store with and We hired twenty or thirty different students to work there. I will be very franken. Saint Joe's more interested in that store than when I was in my own academically. And and your guy who's all still focused on public policy in government but I guess this it was Kinda cool you liked. He kind of liked doing business running a business. Yeah and and you know. I didn't see myself as that kind of guy and it took me a wile to make sense of that but in so many ways running a business is no different than campaign in fact a campaign is a the business that that essentially has one day in which it ends a business campaign that goes on and never ends so at this point in his life. Ron Wasn't quite sure what he wanted to do. Business or politics but people around him saw how how much he loved running that convenience store and a lot of people said. Hey why don't you get an MBA. So Ron did he enrol at Harvard. Business School in Nineteen seventy six. And when he finished unlike a lot of his classmates who went into banking or finance ron decided to go into retail and he took a job in the mid west and a place called held the original cookie company. Twenty stores in shopping malls We grew it to about one hundred and twenty five. I took the job as the third year of the NBA. What I mean by that is I took a job as a district manager? Basically Iran ten or fifteen of these cookie stores half the United States and I spent went My time running around the country and I ended up opening thousands of these cookie stores around the country so as certain point you're learning about the cookie business I guess and then at a certain point you get this idea like hey I can do this myself. I can have my own cookie store yes and and I can literally remember traveling Cross Indiana. I'm away to Fort Wayne Dope a new cookie store and it hit me and I said why are we opening this in a Mav. There's a huge opportunity open these in in an urban setting. Why don't we open one and I can remember going to my boss? I remember him taking me to meet. Beat the CEO of the company. Said I wanNA open an urban cookie. Store looks him and he says we don't do that here. We Open Mall based retail units. I thought to myself well. If you're not GONNA do it. I'd like to go do it. Why shouldn't we and I'm the Kinda guy by Sam going to do it? I want to go do it and it led led me to actually resigning my job and I moved back to Boston and I started looking for real estate and the reality was. Nobody would Li space for cookies. Find any sir for cookie store because they thought it wouldn't make enough money to pay the rent. 'cause I had no credibility. Yeah I had no real money I had you know no balance sheet to sign a lease and so I went to my dad and I said I I want my inheritance. Whatever it's going to be I want the opportunity to use it and I had about twenty five thousand dollars Ned Essentially let me. He gave me seventy five thousand dollars and that one hundred thousand dollars became the GRUB stake the equity. That allowed us to build that. I four hundred square-foot cookie store. Wow in downtown Boston. What did you name the store? We named it the cookie jar and I can remember. We took the toll house recipe. Right it off the bag. I bought a small mixer and I would pass out cookies in front of the stories that we were building. It and I'd start to adjust the recipe based on what I learned talking to customers and and you were the baker. You were making cookies yourself. Yeah we opened. There were three employees. I made it was me and to folks I will never forget at that day. It just seemed like people never stopped walking a coming in and purchase fifty thousand people day going by and I'll never forget it. I got to the end of the day walking past or foot traffic. Yeah but I got to the end of that at first afternoon. We opened one o'clock guide and by six we closed and my back was hurting. Oh and legs were hurting. And I can't in the money and I I realize we only brought in four hundred dollars. I mean you forget when we talk about business what it is the self the four hundred batches of cookies buck each and the amount of energy and work that goes into

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Nestlé Toll House cookie dough recalled for possible rubber pieces

Buck Sexton

00:29 sec | 8 months ago

Nestlé Toll House cookie dough recalled for possible rubber pieces

"Nestle is recalling its toll house cookie dough nation wide after rubber pieces were found in the demo Tom Roberts reports the product included in the recall are the brands premade refrigerated toll house cookie dough bars tubs and tube shaped chubs all products were produced between July and October Nestle says the source of the rubber has been fixed and they're working with the food and drug administration to resolve the recall consumers who purchased the product are advised to throw it away and reach out to Nestle for a full

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Nestlé Toll House cookie dough recalled for possible rubber pieces

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:07 sec | 8 months ago

Nestlé Toll House cookie dough recalled for possible rubber pieces

"Nestle recalling is ready to bake toll house cookie dough because rubber pieces may be competing with the chocolate

Nestlé Toll House cookie dough recalled for possible rubber pieces

DaveMan

00:22 sec | 8 months ago

Nestlé Toll House cookie dough recalled for possible rubber pieces

"Nestle is recalling its toll house cookie dough nation wide after some rubber pieces were found inside the demo the products included in the recall are the brands premade refrigerated toll house cookie dough bars tubs and to shape chubs all products were produced between July and October Nestle says the source of the rubber has been fixed and they're working with the food and drug administration to resolve the

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"toll house" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

11:16 min | 10 months ago

"toll house" Discussed on The Science Show

"Are in functioning ecosystems in pretty much underpinning every single terrestrial ecosystem on on the planet burn dreaming big like see all plastics or polystyrene replaced with my seal the well having good chat with Gavin and we got a couple of ideas for things in the area that I work in just as an example in the UK most of the money that goes towards tree-planting Genova gets spent on UH plastic guards to put around the seedlings. That's where most of the money entry plants and goats and British Columbia the tree seedlings are grown grown in polystyrene containers. Can you imagine if you could grow them in a my CEO product. The incredible eventually will provide them with nutrients as well so so. That's what I'd like to see. What about the horror stories? I can just imagine the people who don't like vaccine saying Oh my God if you my Caelian in the house in the breaks in the terrific will common throttle you or something her. Is there any danger at all so these materials do not have any known toxins is associated with them. Fungi have been exhibiting mycotoxin the past that's why there's a lot of plant pathology research or those that infect disease plants glance particularly aspergillus those Harry Green guys that might you might see growing on bread if you leave it out to long with the species that we work with their known edible species. He's so they're nontoxic. You could eat them. We recommend that you don't eat them because they're not very tasty. I actually very tenacious and tough but it is certainly possible and then of course the other nice thing about it is that it naturally fixes minerals and nitrogen. That's what it does for the plants that it forms a mutual relationship with as well so these materials Israel's can serve as a soil amendment once they're done with their useful life cycle. They can clean up. Harry heavy metals such like actually some really interesting research. That's coming out of Montana State University where they're using contaminated water. That's been contaminated with certain heavy metals copper aluminum as an example and fungi are are known for what's called Bio Sore ption so they can actually accumulate these metal salts onto the exterior of their cell wall which is predominantly made out of Titan which is the same pollen refund refined lobster and crab shells and what they've been able to discover is that both using yeast and filament fungi in this instance of penicillin strain which is where penicillin comes from that they can actually pull these elements out of water sufficiently to clean the water and areas. They're mining has existed for awhile and have contaminated water streams. James Fungi could serve the greater extent to flocculation remove these types of minerals from those waterways but what if apart from the not being attacked take them but what if you're living in a house with lots of bricks like that or containers in town and one day find you've got your eyes on stalks invasion your teeth and you're going Debra Debra Magic Mushrooms Ohio so today all of our materials when we ship them out or biologically inactive which here's a nice way of saying that we kill them. At the end of their life cycle we are currently exploring opportunities with keeping the mice illion culture alive though because today when we build our structures out of trees were taking away the natural advantage of self repair within these materials as well as the sensory and the response so we're currently conducting a project with the united the state government where we're doing a number of things one is. We're demonstrating the ability to self repair. We're also demonstrating the ability to take a component of house a and use it a small section to then seed a new building for house. Be so that you can use local resources say after a natural disaster to rapidly rebuild a new space and the second area is that fungi respond to their environment. They're known to respond to what are known as Trumpism so they respond to the carbon dioxide the light the temperature stimulus within their environment and they can also produce a limit of pigments normally in relation to light. We've been engineering specific strains such that they can respond to other other things say carbon monoxide is an example rather than having to put batteries in your carbon monoxide detector which may beep every six months imagine having a biological carbon monoxide detector that is continuing to stay bioactive and churns color win. It's exposed to say carbon monoxide interesting hand. Have you had any impediment since Gavin no Mike when you've talked to authorities about wanting to us have they put any blocks in front of us for some of the reasons I mentioned yeah. We've had a few issues and consistent with what does the local outfit that we're talking to wild spoil who grow Oyster Mushrooms to eight interested in getting into by fabrication and there's there's an a habit that's been converted into a whole series of little boutique outfits and had to go through a whole lot of resigning or biological materials so local council that I was just outside the primary difference when people think about allergens and they think about mold that may grow in the House or allergens associated with mushrooms. They're normally thinking think of spores because these are the microscopic particles that are aerosolize and that we're inhaling in all the time and this game species as an example this individual fungus fungus fruiting body the mushroom can produce about thirty billion spores and an individual so that's a lot of potential allergens when we work with my Cillian materials we don't actually news sports so we're eliminating that source of allergen namely because spores or new genetic material and we don't want to have any divergence in the material performance of the material exclusively use the my Cillian and fungi very similar to plants can be cloned. You take a small clipping of helium from this composite you put it on a nutritive media in it'll grow and propagate almost perpetuity and then of course we use some other storage methods to make sure that we can go back to our mother culture whenever we need to but we never use ors within our presence assumes but at that scale even if you don't use spores if they mutate say adapting themselves to all sorts of it takes no time to get a new strain. How'd you know they will be eventually self. That's almost trying to prove a negative which is almost impossible. You'll be blocked surely by some of the doubters saying that the species that we use they're all diametic so they have their full genetic material. We always do very comprehensive quality assurance analyses checking both certain biomarkers within the system to ensure that its conserved as well as measuring the mechanical properties to make sure that they're consistent because it is a biological material not treated the same and and the same is true for my silly and you have to make sure that it has the precision that's necessary so we take quality very seriously within our organization and the species that we use they're they're not known gourmet species so we've actually had to build that from the ground up there what are known as wild type organisms they're isolated from nature and so we've had to fully profile the genome ourselves which takes a tremendous amount of effort rather than using common model organisms. Lisa thinking is really changing about funding. I think for a long time that a fort response came I'm from all of that incredible history mythology. We have a funky being associated with supernatural with for those terrible things called women rotting and with potatoes into the blight killing the wine industry. You know it's interesting isn't that there's a lot we can learn from funky and also also a lot that needs to be unloaded indeed and I think we actually in that process. Now wants people that have fog response. Was You have these fungus in my God. What am I GONNA do now. All automa- people saying how can I encourage Funky my gardener what these beautiful things they are now understand mudflats. Are we much healthier and stand like an architecture and the soil understand that the water little filtered much more easily my soul be aerated and so now the questions are always around. How can we encourage fungi back into our gardens and natural ecosystems again so thinking king is changing and that's happened just in the last few years. I think it's been this exponential increase in interest that I've come along today. The fact that more articles repealing the fact it why metal a visit pedal funky also excited about if you are worried. Where do you go. Who Do you ask Brian in Britain in reading video. Ask if you're worried about fungi. Try and find a microbiologist. So who do you like. I guess the interesting thing about fungi that like most organisms they exist just in this huge spectrum of symbiosis and symbiosis goes from pathogens that live at the expense of other organisms to mutualist list switch mutually sports each other mutual comes from so it's all about finding the right parts of the fungal kingdom working with them instead instead of against them yeah but you see. I live in a house where I imagined to my clothes self cleaning and when they get covered mildew get told hold off and if I say it's harmless night just scrape off the whatever it happens to be told that I'm endangering life. Who Do you ask Allison. I I don't have any problem with what is it that you worried about. I'm the Toll House shares says the problem about Fangio Homo Cyprian's Homo sapiens. I mean a lot of course fungal blocks of course incredible economic loss but usually when a fungus is a problem problem it's because we've created an environment for them to flourish so we plant. Mona crops of food. What are you going to do like right all this stuff. I can eat so usually really this scapegoated as the cause of the problem whereas in fact they're actually a symptom of much bigger systemic problems in the way we manage the environment the these days. It's not the scientists to answer the central question sensible answers. It's people worried about the law and liability. Who can you turn to? That's really important thing. I think it's really that understanding the complexity of the issue I think as you suggested Brian Talking to Michael Artists about it truly understanding other fun just doing funny you do that is recycled break down organic matter or sometimes it's here. We can also get human fungal infections but oftentimes. It's a sad thing it's really not the fung is the cause of the problem that has complex symptom and in the UK for example. I'm I'm working with people in government looking at treat diseases particularly fungal diseases being introduced into the country and how we should be managing those better for protecting forests in the future so a lot about Communication Kevin so we're presently working in the United States with the United States Department Department of Agriculture as well as the Environmental Protection Agency to both provided in degree of understanding as well as to help foster some of the policy that will likely come from these materials Israel's..

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"toll house" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"toll house" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Domestic terrorism was charged twenty eight crimes District. determined mr fields deserve to spend the rest of his law in federal prison former vice president joe biden defending his civil rights records speaking at the rainbow push coalition convention in chicago today biden insisted he's made a lifetime commitment to civil rights i want to be absolutely clear about my record position racial justice including busing i never never never ever oppose voluntary buses as the program the senator harris participated in a made a difference in your life the house ethics committee is investigating florida republican matt gaetz the bipartisan panel wants to determine if gates tried to intimidate former trump lawyer michael cohen before his testimony in congress earlier this year and a tweet directed at cohen gaetz asked to your wife and father in law know about your girlfriends and also wondered if cohen's wife would remain faithful while he cohen was imprisoned nestle toll house has launched a limited roll out of edible cookie dove that so far is only available in florida good news for cookie levers who stay away from eating rock cookie dough over the concern of salmonella now nestle is rolling out it's edible cookie dough so far it's only been spotted on grocery store shelves in florida but spoon liquors everywhere are anxiously awaiting it's arrival on a larger scale there are two flavors chocolate chip and peanut butter chocolate chip monster karen curtis tugay fifty w. f. t. l. eight fifty w. f. t. l. news time four oh two.

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"toll house" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"toll house" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"West palm beach i'm ron hersi with your three o'clock news break the supreme court will consider appeals on daca the obama era policy protecting dreamers n._b._c.'s pete williams has the latest president trump tried to shut it down and that effort has been blocked by the lower courts and that's what the trump administration has appealed and today the supreme court said it will take up those appeals that means that it's not going to hear this case until the fall former vice president joe biden defending his civil rights record today's speaking at a rainbow push coalition convention in chicago biden insisting he's made a lifetime commitment to civil rights i want to be absolutely clear about my record position racial justice including busing i never never never ever oppose voluntary buses and there's a program that senator harris participated in a made a difference in your life the house ethics committee is investigating florida republican matt gaetz the by partisan panel wants to determine if gates tried to intimidate former trump lawyer michael cohen before his testimony in congress earlier this year and a tweet directed at cohen gaetz asked do your wife and father in law though about your girlfriends and also wondered if cohen's wife would remain faithful while he cohen is imprisoned nestle toll house has launched a limited rollout of edible cookie dough that has so far only been available in florida eight fifty w. f. t. karen curtis good news for cookie lovers who stay away from eating rock cookie del over the concern of salmonella now nestle is rolling out it's edible cookie dough so far it's only been spotted on grocery store shelves in florida but spoon liquors everywhere are anxiously awaiting it's arrival on a larger scale there are two flavors chocolate chip and peanut butter chocolate chip monster karen curtis tugay fifty w. f. t. l. fifty w. f. t. l. news time.

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"toll house" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"toll house" Discussed on WEEI

"Their franchise quarterback. Just saying I thought he'd have prig Java. Why I just Frank Reich that is that is just a that is a boneheaded move that is not going and well, he higher his body. But. But you've got this is you you rag on the giants Iraq on the Vikings. This is such a Minnesota way to think it's like if it's working let's not do that anymore. Let's do something that we know is not gonna work, and I understand from this point of view when right took the job he committed to keeping all of the coaches mcdaniels had hired. And then decided he wasn't going to take the job because he didn't want those guys a lot of those guys left other jobs to go there. He didn't want you knew if you let them go they probably wouldn't have jobs for that for the last year. So he committed to keeping them on. But why all of them passed this year? I don't know if there is a we don't know yet if there was a personality conflict between. Elmo and Reich. We don't know if to Guglielmo asked to be released, we don't know. Boy, I just I really hope this isn't Frank right? Trying to pull a power move. Because boy, it it works. So good last year for the colts. It worked so incredibly good for the colts. I just. That that out of all of the coaching moves. It seems like a weird. Yes. Yeah. I it's it's changing the recipe just for the sake of wanting new ingredients, but it's not going to be the same. No. And we don't know if it'll be better. I don't know that it can get much better than he did last year. If you already have the Nestle toll house cookies. Do you really wanna take a risk on like the Storebrand? No. If you've got brand name, you don't want to go to generic unless you can't afford it. But I'm telling you right now, I think the colts could probably afford to have the the toll house, would you would you pass up a coke for like an RC cola? If I had the choice. No. And I know what I know. What coke does it tastes great? It will completely departure insides and soda. It's not meant to be now. If I had the choice between Coca Cola and diet are bright rock white rock or Dr thunder CNC, man, we still have a place called white. Our will in Minnesota. But that had a red cow well as its logo. So I don't know where that came from. We used to call it diet elf cream soda because there used to be in white owl. There used to be this generic brand called elf L soda ELF and will Ferrell. No, it was not will Farrell, but we used to get like the cream soda, but my mom would not buy the cream soda she'd by the diet cream soda. So while everybody else is drinking a and w when coke and Pepsi. We'd all the good yummy sugary caffeine stuff. Yeah. We had the diet L cream soda. So if you're telling me right now if I could have the choice between coke and an off brand if I can afford coke. I would take coke. And and I think right now. I think the Coulter are looking for something better than coke. And I don't think they're gonna find it. Now when you were growing up in Minnesota, did you guys have Pathmark. I don't even know what that is. It's a supermarket. No, they're no. We didn't have it. All right. We're concrete county market store brand Pathmark when I was a kid was called no frills, and it was just a white bag lack lettering that no no-frills. That's awesome. Like, no frills. That's brilliant brilliant marketing by the just go, no frills. And I when I first parents we first moved into Bethpage on the island. You know, it was an area where I didn't know anybody and this group of kids decided to kind of welcome in and they had a party one night. And I grew up maybe you're little more than they did Busey your buji who I was used to you know, the lays and the ruffles and the Bachmann pretzel. Let me I'm eating Doritos. They had everything. No frills. And I'm not gonna lie. I was afraid to eat it because it said, no frills. What is that? Like, well instead of paying two dollars, data shifts. We got these for fifty nine yes that adds up. And I looked at him. And I was just like maybe I'm not hungry. How was it? I didn't need it. What? Yeah. Eventually I would go on to try them later on. They were pretty awful. That's what makes it. Great no-frills soda would terrible. Oh, it was terrible. But as you find out when you're young and poor manual drink anything old in poor. Like, we are. Then you buy the same stuff for your family, or your, you know, you go to circle Circe for seventy nine cents. And you get the biggest Cup possible. Judge refill it as many times as you can these are the glorious things that we discuss on straight. Calling all sports. Dallas Cowboys color analyst former cowboy January joins us..

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"toll house" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

09:27 min | 1 year ago

"toll house" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Kevin Colleen merry Christmas to you. Eric christmas. Can you believe it? I can't what's the is ripped by. I know they do what is the Coline household smell like during Christmas cookies, a log fire or anything. We have a real tree. And I was just noticing the other night that pleasant smell of the real tree. And sometimes we do put a fire in the fireplace. Cook toll house cookies are always in the oven in our house ios here. The Dinger going off and my favorite toll house cookie is the one without chocolate chips in it without. Yeah. I don't know. I just I've had so many chocolate chips in my marriage that you know. My wife just loves chocolate. She puts him in everything. You know, my parents they always make put sells you have you ever had a put Sal Patel. Yeah. What's that? Is that a talion? I think it is. Yeah. It's not like the Scotty. It's so what you do is. You have almost the thing that looks like a waffle iron. But it's made for a cookie. So you put the batter in that you make and you put it down on a waffle iron. And you take the cookie off later try, and it's like this big pancake sites cookie in always during the holidays. They would pull this thing out, and it was just like manual labor. They were just all day working over this iron, and they would make all these batches of Patel's because they'd give to their friends, and I bring him into school for the teachers and things so Christmas for me, smells, like sales. Yeah. What was Christmas like for you growing up? I was from a big family seven boys and one girl and when I was a kid. Christmas morning was chaos count down the steps and in the living room. There was always something. Kitchen related are for my sister. Like there was one. There was a refrigerator cardboard. Looking back. I think man, she really got socialized into being a housewife. And you know, we'd have you know, Tonka trucks alien toys, and the Lionel trains and Rackham second robots and you'd hear the ripping of the paper and the squeals of delight and occasionally your weight. That's what I asked for. In a Santa would put it in the wrong pile. And there was always a ladder from Santa on the mantle which we weren't interested in. But my mom would clear her throat and say, I want you to listen what Santa wrote, and it would always talk about share, your toys and get along with each other. And then upon closer inspection. We noticed the handwriting with very familiar. Is it a nice Santa has all this time? Not only to organize in create an arrange all of these deliveries, but also write letters to the families. Yeah. Nice touch and his insulin levels must be tremendous cookies at every I know with that you had how many siblings, seven boys and one girl. Yeah. That's a big family. Yeah. That's a really big family. Yeah. That's a lot of toys to one year. We gotta drums set in. My dad was shaking his head. I think my mom bought it. You know on impulse and my dad it had Tony the tiger on the face of the bass drum. And we were everybody took a chance banging on that thing. And we popped a hole in the snare drum before launch. And it was so noisy. My dad said let's move to the basement. What did you do for a living? He was in personnel for a food company pet milk. Oh, okay. And that's a lot of kids to get presents for. I mean. Yeah. It was Christmas. Was it ever stressful during Christmas for those guys? Yeah. I think so because my dad was always, you know, saying let's go over the bills, and my mom was like, oh, Tom. It'll all work out. Yeah. She lived in never never land. And he was worried about the next MasterCard. Bill who is the first step in the morning? The older ones and one year. Actually, we got in trouble because my brother, Tom, and I sneak down at four thirty in the morning. It was not yet light. And that was the year Santa brought all the Lionel trains. Oh, it's not just once that it was like a collection that Santa got from some someplace, and there were no black, locomotives. There was a blue diesel engine. There were passenger cars the silver stream they were all wrapped in newspaper it'd box and we'd open each one and for the family, and there was the little we call it. The putt putt card. It was an orange Lyonel like the workers car. It had three workers on it. In on either end it had like a little rubber ramming a bumper. And it would bump into the end of the line. And then it was go the other direction would make a change directions. So we were just carried away with an orgy of consumerism. And my mom came down. The stairs and said boys merry Christmas should have waited for your father me get back to. Back to our beds in about ten minutes later. My dad said, oh, I can't get back to sleep. What's gonna happen? With the whole family ran rampaging down there. So it's five in the morning at that point something. Yeah. Wow. What's the traditions? You have with your family or dating those carryover when you started your own family and started having children my wife brought the thing of the pickle pickle one. Do you? Decorate the Christmas tree well in advance. But there's one ornament shaped like a pickle that you hide and whoever finds that gets an extra present. And they really, and so the kids were always looking for the pickle unusually the older kids, you know, they were smarter taller than find it. So she say let let the little ones find the pickle little. So it's a little bit excitement to in the morning. Yeah. And. They're all eating chocolate in the morning. I'll remember. Is that what you stopped in the stuffing's stockings? And they're usually effigies of Santa Claus and dinner biting office head before breakfast. And and you know, the parents are usually exhausted from assembling various things and waiting for Santa. And I remember, you know, the forts the setup of the forts with all the soldiers on them dinosaurs, Jurassic Park dinosaurs, lurching forward on the couch toward the soldiers in the behind the fortification wall with their cannons pointed at this dinosaurs. Bicycles and gone with our daughters. Cardboard stoves? They didn't seem to work too. I love those stoves. It's I remember at my grandma's house. They had one for my sister. And they were I think made of this really thin metal. And I remember one time they moved it out to the back porch. And I moved I think all the milk and the butter from the fridge into the back. Metal fridge back there. Yeah. The fake one. And they said, oh, where's what happened all the milk and butter all it's in the back by the time. They open it up. All was it bad. So it's a fun thing. I think that there's those memories in those toys, I like that you bring up the chocolate my parents, always put chocolate covered cherries in our stocking. And I think they would save candy from eastern that they got on clearance because we always had the chocolate covered marshmallow bunnies. They're like these little sticks things for Christmas. You Mr. candy. And when I remember. Yeah. I think they used to buy keeps forever. I think they are fine. I I was never disappointed. Those are some great candy. I still think the best candy. You can get his on Easter with the chocolate covered eggs that come in a little egg carton. Yeah. They're like a dollar and you get like those little half eggs. I love those so Christmas time you spend with the family. Do they visit you at your house or do you go and visit other family members, we mix it up? We usually do Christmas Eve at our house. And then I go to my wife's family on Christmas day. She's from a very big family too. I thought our family. Was overboard and Christmas when I married into my wife's family. They were so extravagant and gave out so many gifts to those grandkids the living room floor was just a a toss. See wrapping paper being tossed everywhere. You couldn't even walk and see carpeting and everybody was screaming, and we just thought man there, and they would just spend so much money might in-laws on all these guests for everybody, very generous and their German, and I think that's part of the German tradition. That Christmas is it. Yeah. Use scrimp and save the rest of the year but on Christmas. Everybody's a millionaire. You do advent calendars now now never did those we had one in all my friends had it in pretty much every other person I've met my age had this. They said it was through Avon. It was this green calendar, and it has Santa and MRs Claus outside of the like a cabin. There's a little mouse move into the pocket as you get close from December first to the twenty fourth and you move it across my kid loves that thing you can't wake up every morning..

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"toll house" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"toll house" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"I will make snow angels for two hours, and then we'll go ice skating. And then we a whole roll of toll house cookie dough as fast as we can and then to finish snuggle. Happy holidays from all of us at iheartradio. Then.

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"toll house" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"toll house" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Mccarthyite one consumer reports trained taste testers. So consumer reports train these people to go out and try eighteen store bought and fast food chocolate chip cookies, those lucky people, oh my God. I want that job. And this standout cookie. Tate's packed with big butter and chocolate flavor and smooth chocolate chips. Beat all the other ones. Tate's Bake Shop. Excellent. Like a really good homemade cookie it sold at whole foods. There. Be honest. You've had better it. It reminds me of homemade toll house cookie on the crunchy side. I like, you know, it's one thing to eat them fresh out of the oven where there gooey and warm, but then when they cool I like them to be crunchy. Yeah. 'cause chip's void changed their their formulation. They are different. Are they why what did they had like ten to fifteen years ago? It was just a crunchy cookie. Now, there's it's not as crunchy. And there's kind of like, you know, powdered on the top of it. It's it's it's whole thing. It's completely different from the way it used to be they've tasted three fast food cookies. Starbucks McDonald's and subway, they're rated very good, soft chewy and buttery. That's what you want subway. Change that that was the work of one Otis spunk. Meyer. It might be Dunkin donuts. Triple was rated a bit lower because it was slightly tough had gritty chips and was over baked and for consumers too like to bake at home. You're supposed to get those ceramic cookie sheets. I've never seen that because the bakes better it does. But the reason chocolate chip cookies become. If have actually become addicting cocaine cocaine and. They don't tell you that you'd but re redefine print this cocaine and your shot, but chip cookies. What exactly makes chocolate chip cookies so universally craved in the first place if you think of a a great cookie, my go-to as a chocolate chip isn't ears. Yeah years. Yeah. I think a lot of windmills. Oh, those are good. Yeah. But they're not like cooking. And do you like nuts? Doughnuts. Why not? I've already doctored my chocolate seclusive teaches because I just. Yeah. Ah? The whole fever over chocolate, Tim, it's not my. Now, I love, you know, Hershey's chocolate bars he does all day long. But well, they claim over at CNN that the connection to our past is what makes these truly addictive whether it was a grandmother a mother a place visited a summer home or family time. It's also usually the first cookie every child learned how to make air we go. That's why I did not partial. Yeah. The toll house cookies. No, I didn't get those. When I was, you know, now, my mom didn't make those wise. She loves you. I don't think we were a big cookie family, but we all make. There's an emotional attachment and remembrance with the chocolate chip cookie. Right. I agree with part of that. But with they're taking out of the equation is they're just so good. Really? Yeah. And the smell is good. Like if you're a house in somebody's making those. Yeah. That's just the best. Who was I this must've been on television show, but they were trying to sell a home. So good girls. Yeah. They bake cookies or even better. Oh, I happen to make a Turkey in their house. We celebrate. I gotta be honest with you work for. Be better fresh baked cookies crisp day with the windows open and the the sheer drapes blowing in the wind back right there. I'd buy it. Yeah. Even if it was. Invited my family. If you will if you don't like Turkey there. I love Turkey. And I love it on thanksgiving. You see it's not a good time because it's all you smell. But when you walk into a house where there's a Turkey cooking that would work. Yes..

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Burger Night and the No-No Bug

Sparkle Stories Podcast

01:34 min | 2 years ago

Burger Night and the No-No Bug

"Night and the no no bug martin and sylvia live in a toll house with lots of windows from their second story loft bedroom they can see their entire back yard with the tall maple and oak trees on one side and the horse fence that borders the browns farm on the other the backyard also has several garden plots where momma daddy brother and sister grow all sorts of vegetables and colorful flowers and this time of year the gardens are abundant with food and beauty every day there are new flowers and new vegetables to discover growing quickly under the bright sun and kool rain next door to martin and sylvia's house are mr and mrs brown and their farm they also have gardens though there's are much bigger they have a barn with goats few horses chickens and recently to sheep brother and sister often visit the browns and help them with their chores martin and sylvia's family feel very lucky to live next to the browns aside from being kind and thoughtful neighbors they are also a steady source of food in the summer and autumn they yet many of their vegetables and fruits from the browns as well as their eggs and goat milk yogurt recently martin and sylvia's family discovered another farm a big farm that was run by three different families one family raised cows in a big barn and they sold milk and meat another family made butter and cheese from the cow's milk and the third family had a bakery where they made all kinds of bread as well as cinnamon buns and sometimes cookies and all of this was on the same farm martin and sylvia's family visited this farm every few weeks to buy butter and milk and meat and they would of course pop into the bakery for a fresh baked treat to eat on the way home on their most recent visit to the big farm sylvia noticed a bright poster pinned to the bakery door it featured a black and white cow wearing a festive hat and big red lettering what does this say she asked martin is this for a cow party burger night burger night read martin carefully burger night said mama now reading the poster herself would you look at that they're going to have a weekly burger night where they used the meat and cheese and buns all from this farm and salad too but i don't like burgers said sylvia well they might have something else you like it looks like they'll have oh mushroom burgers and black bean burgers daddy does need hamburgers either so said sylvia now with a big frown all the people are just going to come and eat burgers the whole time let looks like there might be music and well lots of people picnicking explained mama so we can enjoy the food together and get to know each other doesn't sound like very much fun said sylvia softly mama leaned her head back a little and said i think we should go and find out do you want to yes said martin happily i love burgers kay said sylvia hesitantly will we know when he won there well you'll know all the farmers there's andrew and greta and oh the woman who cares for the cows patty said martin yes patty thank you said mama and you'll know the folks from the bakery but we really don't know them said sylvia's still frowning we just get butter in things from them then this will be a chance to get to know them said mama with a smile as well as other families who come here to buy food sylvia took a deep breath in and asked but will there be children i'm sure there will be children said mama but which ones asked sylvia i don't know said mama probably none said sylvia softly i'm hearing a lot of knows sylvia said mama raising her eyebrows because i just don't want to do any of it said sylvia deepening her frown when is it asked martin momma looked at the poster and said it's ten night we can run home and then come back once daddy is home from studio let's get going brother and sister climbed into the car and they all headed home when they got there they stayed outside playing in the garden until they heard daddy's truck arrive as soon as he parked sylvia walked over and announced we are going to burger night at the bread and cheese farm and i don't want any burgers and there's going to be no children so there won't be any fun oh said daddy as he pulled some work things from the truck it sounded like fun to me i heard that there's going to be a band playing which banned asked martin as he came over to here i'm not sure of the name but i think there's going to be a guitar and fiddle and maybe a clarinet said daddy as he headed toward the house i don't like clarinet kind of music daddy said sylvia slumping her shoulders and i don't not like lots of people picnicking and i don't want to go daddy turned around and looked at sylvia sylvia do you know what a no no bug is he asked sylvia looked up under her frown and shook her head when no bugs fly they make no sound because it is their favourite thing to say they say no to everything especially anything new so if a crow asks the no no bug if he wants to eat a piece of apple do you know what the no bug says no asked sylvia with a slight twinkle in her eye actually he says no and do you know what the no no bug said the other day when a chip monk offered him a crust of seed bread no said brother and sister together that's right said daddy but do you know what the no no bugs like more than anything what asked brother and sister with sparkley smiles yes burgers said daddy yes burgers asked sylvia with a giggle what are yes burgers they are burgers that are made from a bunch of new things all mushed together you see the no no bug can't tell that they are new things because of the while the ketchup and the mustard but as soon as the no no bug tastes yes burger he says i didn't think i would like this but i do yes yes repeated martin o said sylvia with a slight smile hey i wonder if they are going to serve any yes burgers at the bread and cheese farm asked daddy as he turned back toward the house they might be said martin with a smile

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"toll house" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"toll house" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

"Disposable diapers okay some innovative things that have changed the course of our life yes really good one a chocolate chip cookies grandma's renault you know the nestle toll house brand those those toll house what are you say one more time told house toll house told allows but anyway if you like that was actually about a breakfast and the woman who owned it through some chocolate chips and her cookie mix sold it to them for not money though right it was something like she got lifetime cookies or something some like some kind of weird deal twelve years later she didn't really fucking cookies like i took the money that was sort of friends friends they also women also invented the dishwasher okay make things easier for themselves liquid paper right secretary work i don't wanna have to paperweight and start over wanna white out that were a woman admitting she makes mistakes taught i can't even see the bottom of this whole doug today deep but the signal flare they invented signal that's a pretty cool thing that is for that ships you know there's no way to tell people you need to help that you just have to wait so yeah proud of you go i like it i we have the best listeners in the podcast game probably less now we're gonna lose part of our female no we love you this is on but we do have the best listeners and they went answers because and they have questions so let's give it to them.

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"toll house" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"toll house" Discussed on How I Built This

"For real estate and the reality was nobody would lease me space for cookies find any sir for cookie store because they thought it wouldn't make enough money to pay the rent 'cause a had no credibility yeah i had no real money i had you know no balance sheet to sign a lease and so i went to my dad and i said i want my inheritance whatever it's going to be i want the opportunity to use it and i had about twenty five thousand dollars my dad essentially let me gave me seventy five thousand dollars and that hundred thousand dollars became the grub stake the equity that allowed us to build that i four hundred square foot cookie store lau in downtown boston what did you name the store we named it the cookie jar and i can remember we took the toll house recipe right off the bag i bought a small mixer and i would pass out cookies in front of the stories that we were building it and i'd start to adjust the recipe based on what i learned talking to customer and you were the baker you were making the cookies yourself yeah we opened there were three employees i made it was me and to folks i i will never forget that day it just seemed like people never stopped walking coming in and purchasing we had fifty thousand people day going by and i'll never forget it i got to the end of the day walking past or foot traffic but i got to the end of that that i after noon we opened to one o'clock guy and by six we closed my back was hurting and legs were hurting and i count on the money and i realize we had only brought in four hundred dollars i mean you forget when we talk about business what it is to sell four hundred batches of cookies at a buck each and the amount of energy and more thick os into that sounds pretty good though i mean especially for the first day well you know guy the reality of the cookie business and base of the any businesses you got to pay the rent the.

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"toll house" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"toll house" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Dan pointed i was left to my own devices all weekend and it was awful i mean it was just terrible some of the things that i was consuming stugatz baked cookies at like eleven thirty one little haagendazs fidel is scream who've that was after twenty twenty eighteen chicken wings and i washed it down with some toll house cookies and some milk aren't you leaving some consume stuff out how'd you get to the point that you're eating this much this is not live at our show with this two guys on espn radio i'd be upset if i were aaron rodgers and i'm seeing kirk cousins get eighty four million guaranteed and they're not consulting me on my quarterback coach and they're getting rid of jordy nelson when i wanna keep jordy nelson i'd be annoyed by that if i had the amount of power to keep people employed that aaron rodgers does and they're sending away people that he wants to keep employed yeah it'd be annoyed by it as well i mean again i don't know if they are saying it for purposes or whatever i mean i don't know if there are different reasons for different people saying certain things but if that's the case if he is not being consulted on whether or not they should cut jordy nelson i'd be very upset if one guy in the nfl should be consulted a player it's that guy well you see what is happening in new england because no if there's one guy in the nfl who should be consulted who sits atop that list so we can argue about this later with chris right it's tom brady he's earned that with his organization in jewels for everybody and after five of them though you saw us got he had a subservient relationship and you saw at the end.

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"toll house" Discussed on Harmontown

Harmontown

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"toll house" Discussed on Harmontown

"Guards for rio you guys unnerved rate prince will get the revolution back together again leeson windy need something sign of winning winning socks they spent dollar sock money i like that perot and garth are out there together i'll let you know nude issue was like we gotta bobby brown we got to do something we've got to do it we got help amount out yet i i i hope that i find a billion dollars under a rock tomorrow so i can curl up under my bed and wait for the world the end that might happen give me a beat i'm not working out to us suited his here it is yes tomas tomas tomas yeah french rapid tomas did the house dmc tomas joe how seoul mass tool last toll house cookies it affect put him on a sheet in the oven don't forget to take him out said they don't per down your place tall house cookies all over the place that you pay to chip mother fuck her put you buy a chip chris tucker ficci a ship brother trucker ten four tore house cookies on the plate to begin with toll house cookies go in in your mouth like a say it sits lord use in the force crutcher momma so hard she said of course fucked me more fucked me in morse code but baylac beep beep beep beep beep beep beep bvb beaten while we jomaa me that was beasts pellet of you seek day morse code seamen on her face of itself case she said do it again spell out your orgasms tall house cookies mc tall fats.

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"toll house" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

Radio Cherry Bombe

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"toll house" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe

"And then somehow wind it up starting the organic version abedi crocker luke too many questions were sarah yang was the first thing you ever bake i think uh chocolate chip cookies the nestle toll house recipe on the back of the chocolate chips have you may have those ole toby in mom half they have a not you you'll have to try next time i want to all right so i know you have some questions for yossi we looked at iasi's beautiful instagram account so you those are all your baker on on your instagram yeah i almost exclusively it's things that i've made i do occasionally post from bakeries in one amount to eat but okay most of its from my home kitchen so luke before we kick you out of the studio you're allowed to ask yossi three questions i own so there is on unnoticed will not only are on your instagram account that on there wasn't any me like in there were like fruits like vegetables lot of that stuff on so are you've richard carrion i'm not terry in but my instagram is in most lee baked goods and i don't really bake with meat that often so i like to keep it bright and colorful and full of chocolate chips in our next question our own i assist christian is sarah and late i wanna i wanted to see the answer for both of you and what was the first thing you've ever baked i think my answer is the same i think it might actually be nestle toll house cookies the recipe that's on the back of the bag let's countless apprising i think of the common you can vaguely like a lot of things in yet you both scotland the same company truck shiv cookies amine concept rising i know well i mean you really like to eat cookie dough right yeah and i like to you cookie dough too and so i think my mom was just like hey go for it here's a package you can read.

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"toll house" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"toll house" Discussed on WCHS

"To be how much lost revenue that will be and then do you make that up in higher tolls house that work going to we have to be made up with some higher tolls for other classifications of vehicles going to have to be in order to generate excess revenue to pay the debt service on the new bonds that are going to be issued to fund road construction in those ten counties in southern west virginia so you know in order to pay that at service you've got to have extra money to do that so uh that's where the traffic and revenue studies wanting to be critical and and what he'll do is do modeling and they'll build a study that will be able to look and see okay whoa if the flat single fee as eight dollars here's what the toll increases would have to be by classifications vehicle in order to generate the proper amount of excess revenue to fund a certain amount of bonds if the flat rate single fee were twenty five dollars or ten or fifteen years those scenarios as well and that's that rate had that the new rate has to be available to any body right not just in state residents right but anybody because that on the interstate commerce clause it has to be made available to out of state residents as well just for passenger cars though uh hoppy now for other classes of vehicle what what happens to other classes of vehicles will that that would be those rates would be subject to adjustment based on the traffic started to make up for the reduce revenue we're going to get out of passenger cars okay so so if you had a truck so can a truck the issue have a truck they cannot get or is this something that you need to cdl to operate they would not be able to get the once on a dollar on if if if it's over seven foot six inches high unless it to raise real fan or if it has three axles or more gross volume weight of over ten thousand pounds you know so the bigger a pickup trucks obviously will qualifies a passenger car could maker any any car driven for personal use like that is going to be okay but.

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"toll house" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast

Sparkle Stories Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"toll house" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast

"Father's day martin and sylvia live in a toll house with lots of windows from their secondstorey loft bedroom they can see their entire backyard with the tall maple and oak trees on one side and the horse fence lining the browns farm on the other they can also see the row of birch and willow trees along the back of their yard that lead to a beautiful green forest where brother and sister love to hike and play explorers momma and daddy also love their backyard and often spend part of their days gardening nor building or mowing the lawn daddy will sometimes take his pencils and his sketch book and sit in the yard looking up at the sky he loves the sky and draws pictures of the clouds so he can paint them later in his studio his paintings are big and colorful and sometimes he sells them to people who hang them in their living rooms one day daddy looked out the window and saw thick clouds rolling in he quickly grabbed his sketch book and went outside to draw the clouds martin who was seven and loved projects was a little frustrated the daddy went outside because while he needed daddy's help he had all his project materials ready but needed daddy's needle nose pliers right when he was about to ask to borrow them daddy went outside with his sketch book why is daddy always drawing and painting clouds grumbled martin as he looked outside.

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