22 Burst results for "Tuffy"
Treating a Scar
"Have a listener sner. WHO's a question about scar? A facial scar high hitting dory I am calling from the good old back Massachusetts I. AM parked in the parking lot. Right by one of my car right on the Boston side Of the river. Where I was just walking my nine-week-old Tuffy who is very very lovely as much? Is that if you try to take him for walks because he will not walk over to lure him with some cheese so he would walk a few steps on the leash Knocking distracted by you know all the geese and I stood directly and smacked my head very very hard into a tree. I'm fine But even bloody and scar and I think and I am just feeling very sad for myself because because this year has been a skincare journey for me and thanks to you guys I finally have beautiful skin. I am like stupidly proud of and getting married in a few you months And now my like Don Vanity. All I can think of is not that I got for walk with my beautiful little puppy On this free everything but gorgeous day in Boston but my thoughts are oh no. I'm GONNA have a huge garden and I had for my wedding So any advice insight about skin care With a facial scar. It's not bad enough that I need to go to Skin but on my head. I'm just being dramatic not like you know whatever put any vice you guys have about. How help wound Not are badly or how to get rid of scars once you have them Especially on your face. Stop on my other skin care products. I will check with a dermatologist. But I'm also just curious to hear from you guys as you are skincare tear gurus. Thank you so much everything you love you both. I love the pod You're the best and Jersey from Boston by well. First of all how low beantown love that dirty water we do. Nail it fenway. which isn't actually that dirty anymore? No Yeah gene Have you consulted with a plastic surgeon. That seems like a good place to go. Yeah Yeah I would consult with them. No disrespect before consulting with US right. Sure I mean I don't I don't have I personally don't have like scart Ert tips nor do I so I would say like get yourself into a doctor and they can probably help you I would I would also take it easy on the products addicts because I'm not sure what can exacerbate scarring and what can help in terms of like actives right love to hear from people who have had facial scarring. Yeah If they have any
"tuffy" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"This show the last one of twenty nine hundred we are talking with susie bullock from. Hey Grill hey thanks for hanging with me through the break. Their Suzy Betcha Here's a question as the success starts to ramp up. Money starts generated. What point did you and todd? Your husband decide decide that he should stop being. CPA and be part of the H. G. H. team full-time and like doing the full time. You and todd has to be around each other like all the time right. Yep Okay we'll have another follow up. Actually we're never more than like six feet away. Perfect a great follow up question to so. When do you guys decide that it is? I guess an okay idea for todd to leave. Probably what is a fairly lucrative creative and fairly stable GIG. I told him on New Year's Eve. Two Thousand Sixteen as said twenty. Seventeen year in your quitting your job. Bob and this is when I was maybe maybe making like five hundred a month and he was like no no. You can't live on five hundred a month. I mean what's a really nice offer for a job but I'm GonNa have to pass But I was determined and I hustle old all that year. And that's when we first started kind of catching our breaks in terms of really utilizing the video strategies on social media and the videos were great because they drove a lot of traffic right But if anybody's been in social media for a long time you kind of know that viral short lived We have a really short attention in Spanish social content consumers. And so you have this really fantastic viral dies and then maybe you're lucky and you get another really fantastic viral and that is and so we really struggling to find the consistency in the income that we needed But just a couple months after that. We were really lucky to lock down a sponsorship with a company that we absolutely loved Camp Chef and so they actually wanted to work with us for an entire year which was like it's very unusual to have a year long sponsorship but our relationship was really great and we already had a great relationship. Just because is there products a lot and so we set up a sponsorship and so we knew for like a year okay. This is what our minimum income is GONNA be right. It was it enough for us to live on absolutely not but was it great to have like a supplementary thing that we could actually count on yes and in my mind. I'm like okay. This is a great thing and I can build on this and Then we started to experience like these really jumps in vital traffic and then we noticed when they went back down they started to go back down lower and then they would rebound a lot faster and during that time I also really started to focus on Google traffic like like. How can I get people? That are googling something to end up on our website right and it was a lot of work. We've been working on our SEO traffic for well over a year. We started in two thousand seventeen. And if you Google right now smoked prime rib we. We have to results on the first page or number one for smoking grids were number one for smoked pork shoulder and smoked pork but and smoked pulled pork for one post and so being able to kind of turn up organically when people are searching for resources is for barbecue. All that did was fulfill exactly what I wanted to do. When I started this right was I wanted to give the backyard cokes? The resource that I didn't didn't necessarily have when I first started. I had to go to books and I had to buy books and had to read and research and so I wanted to create a resource for people online where they could find something that would help them. Feed people get that same like giant eyeball experience that I would get serving people stakes that my family's restaurants and so that really really helped bolster like our monthly income because we had recurring visitors coming back over and over over and over again so we got about halfway through the year and todd was like Oh you might actually be able to do this. And so so he went and talked to his boss. He was like. Hey Suzy's got this thing and she really wants me to quit my job and I think she could make at work and his boss told them to burn the bridges. He's like we'll be here as long as you need us to vote like if you are feel called to go you should go so he worked for six more months. Our goal is to have I had replaced. His income in that six months wants so our goal was to have at least six months saved up when he quit his job so that we could survive if things went real far south okay and so we took the leap in December so that year he quit his job. It was the last month of the year. But Gosh Darn it. I made it. They told him that we would so he quit his job. And Yeah we've been working together for just over a full year now Susan joining me here on the show so oh I mean. Let's talk about that for a second. You guys are around each other all the time and look I get it. You're married there's love you guys are parents. There's you know a commitment there as well I get all that. Let's be honest. There isn't any division between work life and home life since it's altogether. So how do you you make it work and do it in a healthy way. I think the best thing is that we are incredibly compatible. So we don't argue view We both able to kind of accept critique really well but it will say the first three or four months where the hardest because he had quit his job in we were still really really trying to figure out the division of responsibilities like okay. These are all the things that I've been doing up to this point and if we want to take this to the next level like I need help. I'm done as much as I can do on my own. He was helping me edit videos up to that point but in terms of all the other social media content creation it was on my shoulders and so oh how can we keep that so that I can still develop recipes which is what I'm passionate about in good at but the site can still continue to grow and so just figuring out what he was good at in this space and how he could contribute and how he could have his own things. That was the hardest part. But we've really liked settled into our niche and he's taken on a lot especially this year as we're launching a full product line. He's spearheading that entire thing and he's actually launched it as its own complete like business business. so that's been really fantastic and I think the craziest thing when it comes to like work life separation is that we just don't have one in and we're not super sad about like I think it's really easy to hit. Burn out and hit overwhelmed. But we're lucky because we really really really love what we do and we feel freaking blessed every single day who gets to make a living writing recipes about barbecue mccue right like that's like that's the craziest thing and if I could have been a child in somebody had asked me like what do you want to do in your future. I wouldn't have said This but if I had known it was possible I sure what picked it. This is so anyway we just have a lot of gratitude and we're grateful every single day we're grateful to people still continue. Come to our site and use our recipes that they share pictures of our recipes that they've cooked on the Internet And they share these experiences with their family so anyway. We're really lucky. We love it another way that you're generating or adding another revenue stream is. I see I don't know if it's a lot of websites websites or a lot of content creators. But I know a few and now like an edgy was a new one to the list is doing these exclusive groups you pay X.. Amount per month love or per year depending on how you have it set up you get bonus content so you have something called the grill squad and if you just want to talk about that for a couple of minutes on what's The a squad member so the grill squadrons kind of awesome and it's probably our favourite place on the Internet that exists even like beyond. I'm Dr Website. Luckily our website is like the vehicle to get people there but the grill squad is. I mean I'll I'll tell you what it includes like being gene a member right so it's fifty bucks for a year and you have unlimited access to meet masterclasses. So this is two hours of video footage where you're essentially in my kitchen with me and I show you step by step how I prep brisket how I do pulled pork. How I do smoke chicken and how I do ribs and Dan? I don't just show you a recipe or give you like a pretty picture and then a principal recipe. This is very much hands on through the trimming process. You get close up shots you see how everything's supposed to look you see how I use my knives how we smoke. What would we use what temperatures were shooting for all of these? A little details in each of.
Trump Attacks Fed Chair Powell: 'I Made Him'
"Before leaving japan for the g twenty summit president trump spook on fox u._s._a.'s chris barnes has the highlights the president's repeatedly attacked the fed chairman jerome powell for raising interest rates and the president was once again attacking him in that interview nobody ever heard of before and now i made him and he wants to show how tuffy is okay let them show has he's not doing a good job in that call into the fox business network he also said anyone with iran would not be very long one and he says of news that robert muller the special counsel testify before two house committees reactions that never ends we had no obstruction no collusion for u._s._a. radio news i'm chris
"tuffy" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"In was. I mentioned my dog Tuffy I lost Tuffy nine years ago in every day I wake up in just as much pain as I did the day after I lost toughie a data's Brandon. Yeah. Talking about a whole. I would never love again. But you taught me how to be a pen. I've heard this story told me how to Las well, I didn't think I was capable. And I put every fiber of my being into loving, branded. That's me. Oh until loving you. I didn't think it was but I can't love you for you. I can only love you as much as I can love you. I can't love you for you. Okay. I'm confused. Do you love me? I love you. Like I love Tuffy day. Ten years nine years that same. It's this is this happened this moment this instant, no, no son should have to bury a parent. Agreed no site. Try to have her had no guile should have to bury in, of course. No one, no one wishes out upon owner should ever have to bury a one hundred percent of pets that Barry by their owner Tuffy passed on March seventeen I remember thousand ten. I remember, it's been over nine years in the yet Oprah, the whole, that's in my soul. The grieving, the pain gaping, the anguish I loved Tuffy more than a owner could ever love a pet. As a matter of fact, we symbiotic relationship, it was not owner pet. It was equals for one paid for. The Brandon just dead. I, I okay. No, no father. No, no son should have to bury us mother. I had to bury my mother. I watch I literally stood by her bedside and watched her consumed by cancer. I know I was there, too, but let's think most sons bury their parents at some point, no son should ever have this shouldn't have to. But most do Burdon. Should ever have to bury a macaw? -til. You know what I'm saying? And, you know, I love you more than humanly possible to love another human being entity entity's any entity being, but, but there's a hole in your soul..
"tuffy" Discussed on Mixergy
"Yeah. Yeah. I I think that's exactly have you actually used that framework and cut back on what you've done or have used it to not do things offering what have you cut back on a million? I mean, we have a very creative team in people have lots of ideas. And so avoid aiding. Those ideas is is something that we are idea that it's been especially Tuffy to cut back on. I mean there are. There are very significant new types of products that we think would be really interesting to explore launching. But that would require especially if they have a hardware component millions of dollars investment than a really significant development effort and doing the math on is it worth doing this today. Hasley at the expense of something else. That's really core to our success is something we're doing costly. We do we do a quarterly goal setting frameworks every ninety days were we have a structure to approach those types of questions, and this structure is so we we define what's really important at about seven or eight goals for the quarter for the entire company. And then each team has goals that are inputs into those really high level. Goals in and as part of that process when teams. Create new ideas from that could influence is really important company level goals than we can really talk about like how much van with do we have. And you know, what makes the cod, and that's a constant process staff and Super Bowl. I think that that goal setting process is maybe one of the most important things for. For our success because as the company can use that employee's in scope, there show me different ways that people spend time in that that framework is really how we clearly define what's important for success in make sure that the whole company is aligned with what they're working on to, you know, drive. Those those really important things in the you're doing a podcast with me..
Former Dolphins lineman Jonathan Martin may go to trial over social media post
"And Donkey Kong this afternoon. What is digital? Sending all morning. I'm just I'm just an analog man living in a digital world. Well, when I go home later on today, I'm gonna get me some pong. Yeah. Pong Atari basketball. Maybe. Yeah. All right Jeanne. Thanks, man. It's twelve twenty here at news ninety six point five WDBO five day forecast. Brought to you by Tuffy tire and
"tuffy" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Head starts hurting for a second. My uncle would say, Chris, whatever, I do if you're a woman, and you have a dog, you might wanna listen to this. Here is what research has found women sleep better when they share their bed with their dog. Then when they shared their bed with another person. So they sleep better with their dog than they do with a person. Cool. They found that women who shared their bed with dogs went to bed. Earlier kept a better sleep schedule and got disturbed and woken up less often during the night. We don't know about men sleeping with dogs or other people, but they did share one other detail sleeping in bed with a cat. Does not have the same effect. Did you sleep in the bed with Tuffy? God rest. Restore Tuffy is alive. And tough is not my dog. My dog's name was max. Did you sleep with max? Yes. No. I don't I can't say I slept better. As he got older, and he stayed in his own bed. You know, 'cause they I would worry about them falling off the bed because he's done that before like I hear like a big boom. And I'd be like what happened. I get up and I see him on the floor with birds circling his head. So I'd have more stress about that. But women who had a cat in the bed. Got worse. Sleep women women with a dog or a person in their bed. Believe it. How's that shopping going for the puppy for your kids for Christmas? Not gonna happen. Have you ever been in a bed though, when a human being falls out of the bed? I don't think.
"tuffy" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"As well. So you have multiple layers you have multiple layers of stitching, which create adorable dog toy and then for safety on the inside. If your dog happens to reach the core, we have are all this week or something to safety pockets and the safety pockets give you one additional layer before let's say before your dog has a chance to swallow a squeaker, and that's definitely something. You don't want to have happen. And one thing that I. Many things I love about your toys. But these are the most durable that I have ever found in the entire world. Everyone knows I had angel the beautiful German Shepard. And she was massive. And we have super smiley he was a big giant shelter met. And your toys are really really strong. Yeah. And we even have ones that even more layers than the ones that I just told you that. So we have all our Megan line goes all the way up to seven seven different layers. But we always have to remember just as we would never let a child chew up tiny little parts of a toy. We definitely don't want to let our dogs chew up a toy and ingest parts of that. So if your dog decided they wanted to make sure that you take your toys, take it away from them and give them something that's injustice because toys for interactive play for fun time. And we have over six hundred different toys that we make between the Tuffy line the durforce line the mighty line and the silliest figures, which are a lot of fun as well. I'm looking around here in the global paddock's. First of all, they are look like there are definitely hundreds of booths probably over a thousand votes. I don't know exactly. How many, but you just mentioned mighty force Tuffy, and are they different levels of hardiness. They're all different constructions. I mean, the tough are made with the like, I told you what the wedding that goes around the outside. But then the mighties are a different technology where we actually flip it inside out. We put the police on the outside. But then we put all the durable parts of an inside the toy. So from the outside, it looks like a normal creature creature plush, but we know that they're made on the inside extremely durable. And then the durforce is made with a technology called textile in which is a really strong synthetic fibre. Material that's coded where we can do the same durability. We deal with a toughie but in with one layer with a juror for so just designs. You've got you've got alligators, and monkeys, and elephants and dinosaurs, what's your dog's favorite. Whether they like, well, you know, how they say the cobbler's kids have no shoes. I I look we specialize in toys for really big dogs, and I have a talion grounds. Oh, so I mean, we have a ton of people and friends who are all dog testers. We have over a thousand different dog testers that we sent toys out to just test, our toys and talk. Yeah. And they're smelly wants to be a dog tests. Well, anyone can sign it to be a dog tester at my dog. Toy dot com. Okay. Cool. You go online, and you agree to get some toys sent to you. And then you try them out. And we we scale everything from a scale of one to ten on your ability factor. So when it comes out to you look at the ability of it, and then you determine whether or not. Your dog's experience with it keeps up with the number that we rated at. And then we take that. And that's how we adjust the numbers of all all the ratings of our toys are based on our toyed testers feedbacks. See I knew this is very scientific and very very well done once against favorites that scientific,.
"tuffy" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"And we are now here with Steve stay cry. And we love Steve super smiley says Steve's one of his very favorite people because he invented and founder of the Tuffy toys, right Steve that is correct. I thought you for the very first time on television several years ago, and you were talking about how your toys were made. Would you tell anybody what's so special about them? So you saw me on QVC that it probably you're dissecting exactly what these toys were, and it is truly different and truly it works. It's definitely unique. So our toys. With multiple layers. So we have two layers of luggage great material on the end side. And then we put soft police on the outside so like three layers of material. Right. And the reason why puts off lease on the outside is because everybody wants to have something soft and their mouth, and sometimes polyester or nylon or other durable toys, they put that on the outside. It's not so comfortable for the mount. So please on the outside is fantastic. Then we cross stitch all of that together. So that all three layers are now sewn together, and then we edge that with Holly Esther. And then once we edge that all the way around the sides, and then we so the different pieces together. And then we put webbing around the outside of that to cover up those stitches as well. So you have multiple layers you have multiple layers of stitching, which create adorable dog toy and for safety on the inside. If your dog happens to reach the core, we have all this week. There's something to safety pockets the safety pockets. Give you one additional layer before let's say, I dunno before your dog has a chance to swallow squeaker. And that's definitely something. You don't want to have happen. And one thing that I let many things I love about your choice. But these are the most durable that I have ever found in the entire world. Everyone knows I had angel the beautiful German Shepard. And she was massive and we have super smiley big giant shelter. Mutt? And your toys are really really strong. Yeah. And we even have ones or even more layers than the ones that I told you. So we have to go all the are mega line goes all the way up to seven seven different layers. But we always have to remember just as we would never let a child chew up tiny little parts of a toy. We definitely don't want to let our dogs chew toy. And so in just a part of that. So if your dog decided they want to make sure that you take your toys, take it away from them and give them something that's injustice because toys for interactive play for fun time. And we have over six hundred different toys that we make between the Tuffy line the durforce line. The mighty line. And the silliest figures which are a lot of fun as well. I'm looking around here and the global paddock. So first of all they are look like there are definitely hundreds of booths. Probably over a thousand is I don't know exactly. How many, but you just mentioned mighty force Tuffy, and are they different levels of of hardiness. They're all different constructions. I mean, the top he's are made with the I told you what the wedding that goes around the outside. But then the mighties are a different technology where we actually flip it inside out. We put the police on the outside. But then we put all the durable parts of an inside the toy. So from the outside it looks like a normal. Longcrete creature plush, but we know that they're made on the inside extremely durable. And it really are durforce is made with a technology called textile in which is a really strong synthetic fibre. Material that's coded where we can do the same durability. We deal with a toughie. But in with one layer with a for so. The designs. You've got you've got alligators, and monkeys and elephants and dinosaurs. What's your dog's favorite? What do they like? Well, you know, how they say. The cobbler's kids have no shoes. I haven't I look specialize in toys for really big dogs, and I have a talion grounds. Oh, I mean, we have a ton of people in France who are all dog testers. We have over a thousand different dog testers that we sent toys out to just test our toys and their dog. He wants to be a dog test. Anyone can sign it to be a dog tester at my dog. Toy dot com. Okay. Cool. You go online, and you agree to get some toys sent to you. And then you try them out. And we we scale everything from scale of one to ten on your ability factor. So when it comes out to you look at the durability of it, and then you determine whether or not. Your dog's experience with it keeps up with a number that we rated at. And then we take that. And that's how we adjust the numbers of all all the ratings of our toys are based on our toyed testers feedback. So see I knew this is very scientific and very very well done once against my favorites that scientific,.
"tuffy" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"You're head starts hurting for a second. My uncle would say Christmas. Whatever tip. I do if you're a woman, and you have a dog you might wanna listen to this. Here is what research has found women's sleep better when they share their bed with their dog. Then when they shared their bed with another person. So they sleep better with their dog than they do with a person. Cool. They found that women who shared their bed with dogs went to bed. Earlier kept a better sleep schedule and got disturbed and woken up less often during the night. We don't know about men sleeping with dogs or other people, but they did share one other detail sleeping in bed with a cat. Does not have the same effect. Did you sleep in the bed with Tuffy? God restaurants. Tuffy is alive. And tough is not my dog dog's name was max. Did you sleep with max? Yes. No. I don't I can't say I slept better. Does he got older, and he stayed in his own bed? You know, 'cause they I would worry about them falling off the bed because he's done that before like I hear like a big boom. And I'd be like what happened. I get up and I see him on the floor with birds circling his head. So I'd have more stress about that. But women who had a cat in the bed. Got worse. Sleep women women with a dog or a person in their bed. Believe it. How's that shopping going for the puppy for your kids for Christmas? Not gonna happen. Have you ever been in a bed that when a human being falls out of the bed? I felt don't. Thanks. So you're missing out on one of life's biggest midnight laughs that you'll ever experience. I heard a thump looked over my wife was gone. And then I just saw her head slowly come up over the side of the mattress. And I was like did you just fall out of that bed? The only way I see that happening. Get where you're where you are. L like if you're sleeping at somebody else's house. And you're you forget that you know, you're disoriented. Oh, yeah..
"tuffy" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Even have ones even more layers than the ones that told you that. So we have some that. Are Megan line goes all the way up to seven seven different layers. But we always have to remember just as we would never let a child chew up tiny little parts of a toy. We definitely don't want to let our dogs chew toy and injustice parts of that. So if your dog decided they want to chew make sure that you take your toys, take it away from them and give them something that's injustice because. Toys affirmative act to play for fun time. And we have over six hundred different toys that we make between the Tuffy line the durforce line the mighty line and the silliest figures, which are a lot of fun as well. I'm looking around here in the global Pedic. So first of all they are look like there are definitely hundreds of booths probably over thousand bucks. I don't know how many, but you just mentioned mighty direct force Tuffy. And are they different levels of of hardiness? They're all different constructions. I mean, the top are made with the like, I told you what the wedding that goes around the outside. But then the mighties are a different technology where we actually flip it inside out. We put the police on the outside. But then we put all the durable parts of an inside the toy. So from the outside it looks like a normal creature. Creature plush, but we know that they're made on the inside extremely durable. And it really are durforce is made with a technology called textile in which is a really strong synthetic fibre. Material that's coded where we can do the same durability. We do. But in with one layer with a juror for so. The designs. You've got you've got alligators, and monkeys and elephants and dinosaurs. What's your dog's favorite? What do they like? Well, you know, how they say. The cobbler's kids have no shoes. I haven't I look we specialize in toys for really big dogs, and I have a talion grounds. Oh, I mean, we have a ton of people and friends who are all dog testers, right? We have over a thousand different dog testers that we sent toys out just test our toys and their dog. Smelly wants to be a dog has anyone can sign it to be a dog tester at my dog. Toy dot com. Okay. Cool. You go online, and you agree to get some toys sent to you. And then you try them out. And we we scale everything from a scale of one to ten on your ability factor. So we comes out to you look at the ability of it, and then you determine whether or not. Your dog's experience with it keeps up with the number that we rated at. And then we take that. And that's how we adjust the numbers of all all the ratings of our toys are based on their toyed testers feedbacks, San new this is very scientific and very very well done once against my.
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"tuffy" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"To you by Tuffy tire and auto service getting chilly out there. Temperatures still dropping will end up in the upper forties by daybreak in the morning was more sunshine tomorrow. Nice cool sixty eight from channel nine I'm chief meteorologist, Tom Terry. Alert from the state security triple team traffic center. Still have a fatal crash on Greenway. Southbound lanes are blocked at the beach line. You're also gonna find the Beachline shut down for construction westbound between international drive, and I four, and we also have overnight construction closing the turnpike. Southbound lanes are closed in between orange blossom trail and Greenway triple team traffic. Armored Lewis news ninety six point five WDBO everybody. I'm Brian Kilmeade. You know me from FOX and friends in the morning and the Fox News channel, which you may not know is on the radio show right here. I really respect your diversity. It's thought diversity and viewpoints, your viewpoints and political positions, even when we disagree and sometimes we do. So I want to hear from you Orlando each and every day in the brain kill me show. Weekdays nine 'til noon on news ninety six point five WDBO. Did you just look down at your phone? He did it again, didn't you? You know, your flying down the road in a three ton hunk of steel and a text takes your eyes off the road for an average of five seconds at fifty five miles per hour. That's one enough to travel the length of a football field and cause some serious damage. Turn it off. Trust me, whatever it is you'll live. Learn more at stoptextsstopwrecks dot org. Brought to you by the Ad Council and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration..
"tuffy" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Today's election is the full attention of President Trump after he spent the days leading up to the mid. Turps campaigning for Republicans across the country. Jamie Dupree in Washington, President Trump has been tweeting out endorsements of different GOP candidates around the nation on this election day. The White House says the president will huddle with family and friends to watch the vote totals come in his Mr. Trump hopes. It's a good night for Republicans in congress. And it'll be nearly eight years old before vice president Joe Biden now confirm me seriously, considering a run for president at twenty twenty for casting is valid for the midterms at Delaware Biden peppered with questions about a potential raw to make my decision to first of the year. We have family decisions Biden's voice hoarse after nonstop campaigning over the past few days, and we've been telling you the polls have been busier than four years ago. Spent the day crisscrossing central Florida and spoke with people in districts that are heavily GOP and primarily liberal press to see the long lines odor. Some both sides seem to be saying they came out for similar reasons. I think people are just actually waking up, and they're realizing that a lot of times they're politicians are just doing whatever. They want to the countries in crisis and people are responding of enough the WDBO avenues the open mic to tell me which district. These voters were from. You might be surprised Sean Vicker news ninety six point five WDBO. Corners. We are still looking at a couple of problems on the highways turnpike and the force seventeen. We'll get you caught up on that in a moment. First chief meteorologist, Tom Terry has the full five day forecast. Brought to you by Tuffy tire.
"tuffy" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Of cool smoke Tuffy getting windy but I will just. Tell everybody this when it comes to Robson. Spices if we're gonna spend eight to twelve. Hour cooking brisket or pork but let's make sure that? Whatever we're seeing that with those those spices those rubs are fresh yes flavor, yes, Amen, to that I agree with you wholeheartedly if you're going to put the. Time in the, work, in, the effort in it should be the best it. Can be can. We make white sauce please Tuffy Piz. You are true southern gentleman Chris Lilley is one of your best barbecue friends and you use duke's mayonnaise so I was destined. To like you Dukes near and dear to my. Heart yes everybody here in Richmond Virginia I couldn't really brought out the French chef, and I said we're gonna we're gonna. Make this man is from scratch, but I wanted to do a book. It, was going to be, practical For everyday life because we're just so busy that's why there's so many road recipes in the book aside asides just low and slow dishes yes and so do I wanted to I had to create a recipe with with the sauces. And I, had to specify at least a mayonnaise that I. Was you. Because because I wanted my results to be, the same as, the readers. And and so it's about the white sauce, and Chris Chris Lilley and big Bob. Gibson is in Alabama white saw Yeah So well known and they certainly put it on the, map but I had not really mess around with it much. Jamie and as I was developing recipes trying to come up with enough recipes or, thought I was, like all. Right I'm gonna make a white. Sauce so the first white sauce I made with the celery, seed white salt left the celery seed in that whole, I I'm a big fan of. Allergies have you don't like cellars either omit or cut it, back. But but this wipes? Off Huma white sauces I, did, a tarragon Aleppo yes Wiped. Off and I saw that triple a. y. sauce but if anybody out, there listening never, had a white sauce with, your put it. On put it on chicken. Wings Chicken wings and, then put this sauce on there put it. To the grill it'll go from this white collar kind of opaque call, the sudden translucent, glass it's it's so refreshing Put it on. A rock and it would be good oh you can put it on your elbow and it would taste good. It's true and, I because of Chris learned. To make white sauce and then I found myself finding the the largest bowl or, that I could in my kitchen dipping whole chickens and I mean. Everything I can think of I wanted to smother in white sauce because there is. There something genius, about it and I do love and appreciate that you made it your, own there are some signature recipes in this book that are so true, to, your style and for me I have so much to learn when it comes to barbecue and smoke but I found them very inspiring like. The coffee rubbed cowboy steaks and oh by the first recipe I plan to make from the book Tuffy, is your hanger steak with. Twice fried steak fries and malt, vinegar mayo does that say something about me. In the way I Cook sounds like, we're both big fans of yeah yes that's true no doubt but I, love, the I love a hanger I love a Dekel the different cuts and the idea of being able to master what you love on the. Grill is very satisfying to me there's something about that You know, and and again there's so many. Books so wonderfully done by so many. Talented, people, out there. And and. So I was going. Into what I felt. Like it was a crowded space with books already and so I so it was once I connected like my French background with my my my. Deep love for barbecue From a a writing standpoint that made it. He here to kinda like starting to sort through but what I love about that Hamer steak and then. The trice twice fried steak fries was really wheat we talked about it and so we, ended up developing that recipe Shallow, fried in like a cast iron Skillet because again I was just. Thinking about the practicality and I want people to make these recipes and not just read them and so, we didn't do we didn't do a deep fire. Set up where you gotta get you, know so many courts of all. Hot and then you're cooling it. Down and what do, you do with that won't once you're done Develop that. Whole fry recipe shallow fire which made it so much more Decibel Yeah,.
"tuffy" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Tuffy, okay let's talk barbecue because I'm not letting you off the radio until you. Give us some secrets right so your expertise is smoke let's start there I'd, like to talk smoke management because I learned, the Texas crutch method when I read your book page after page front toback and I'm learning I'm trying to learn smoke myself but I love that you, shared a crutch well so and and I'm going, to speak to you as. A chef right now so The, way I began so I really failed miserably in. My. National temps that making barbecue and those probably two things and it's probably true with most people, that? Cook far to outdoor for. The very first. Time two things that I think are pretty consistent than we all be. Wrong myself included one word offered the best food one of the qualities, about all foods that universal is, gonna be foods that are cooked to the. Perfect, so barbecue especially when you get the tough cuts like ribs pork but and. Brisket That that magical moment where the. Filtering and gentle to but not overcooked, but nobody likes, barbecue so that Most. People undercooked barbecue Netflix but. The other mistake and this goes back to what you're talking about smoke management most people over smoke Barbie, you or things, that are smoke and. Their initial For me. I started to think about, smoke as a seasoning I want the smoke could be complementary backdrop flavor, to whatever, that I'm cooking smaller more. Delicate meat or vegetables or whatever we might cook May need less smoke than bigger denture cut. But I, like to treat smoke like salt cover that's my. Easiest way to say okay so I run a clean fire I tried to, speak, to that in the book and how to achieve it The crotch It's such a great technique for cooking lots of. Different foods and so the idea is that we will cook, and Phil they have that beautiful color that you're looking for the smokers at the level that. You want I specified this indirectly that that that are in. The book but what I want is the reader or or everybody eventually be able to determine on your own when there's, enough. Smoke right when do we pull out the Texas, crutch idea we smoke it till it's got the right level of smoke the beautiful. Collar been we wrap it in in aluminum or click your paper or something, like that returning to continue to cook, the tender but now we've shielded that protein or whatever it is we're cooking from the meat, keeping moisture and and now we can let the flavor of the meat Wetherby shower. Through fish you mentioned not disturbing. The rub you have some really fabulous rubs That you pulled out of your back, pocket. And shared generously in this book by the way, if you've just tuned in your late because the professor is, here he is Tuffy. Stone the world record breaking champion pit master whose first cookbook has released to, extraordinary acclaim this is the new barbecue, guru you want to learn from and so we are mastering barbecue for this summer and summers, to come for years and years and years talk about the turban auto sugar in. Your cool smoke rub please because. This is not a fine powdery Evenly coat kind of rub in my opinion if you've got texture like that wash ashore and first. Of all let me just tell you I'm so happy to, this radio 'cause you keep making me blush Oh that's okay because. I keep slobbering on the microphone. And you can't see that either Actually you bring up an interesting thing that a whole When it comes. To, a lot of these rugs and that's the texture I you know like if I used celery seed I left it home When I was cracking black pepper or pepper corn I was. Not doing it too far because I. Wanted I wanted a little crunch I wanted some of these sexual experiences I thought it made for, a nice mouth feel and so with Kurbanov sugar from a flavor standpoint it just have more, depth than more character than just say granulated white shirt or would have and and and. And, the texture of turban. Out of sugar and then the. Kosher salt. Again there's, some. Texture there I just I good for me good, food you know done this is important and, and and, and flavors important but but this whole mouth feel, the whole you know I like we, anyplace whenever, in all these rubs if there, was any kind of You know, we were starting with cumin seeds old or coriander seeds hope found it really interesting with. Coriander, the difference between when. I would like me toast them. Or or. Just use, them. Unfroze did and they're both very good but they, were there were unique differences between the two, but the, terminology sugar in the cool smoke rob and I will say the coast Moke rob A very typical rub you might find in like Kansas City and and and this is something I had to learn the hard way as shopping, competition barbecue because when I, got into Jamie I would take you know I think, white truffle salt will be good on bresca, and, I think a little light brush up demi-god No good on brisket both of which are but I did not find myself being successful. In competition barbecue and so what I started to focus on and you and I were talking earlier about this. Both of us are shafts started off in a French kitchen. And and and we're, we're. Always curious to learn, more and we were talking about learning to cook with fire. And and and, and grilling and barbecue and one of the things that that I kind of, had learn because I. Hadn't had much experience with barbecue I think I call it the stereotypical expected flavors. Of barbecue there are. Certain pace yes and to be universal people expect to taste in their mouth when a barbecue smokes one of 'em this raw consists. Of a lot of these flavor, that tend to, be very, typically found in barbecue I think the thing that I. Just did is I made sure it was fresh I. Made in that recipes in the book to I made my. Own smoke chili powder, recipe. Which was really good, because thing about Healy powders those recipes just bury so much. From one brand. To another so I made a based on recipe for bad oh the delicious, conversation continues we'll take..
"tuffy" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Am ever. Grateful for I've never done a, show, like this before this is my own is to Summer, two thousand eighteen and as you know we always have great culinary, thinkers on this show, but today is extra special I have the privilege to sit down and dish with a legend. In the barbecue world today he's just been inducted into, the barbecue hall of fame and that, is quite an. Honor Tuffy stone is many things he's, an author and a restaurateur. A world. Record breaking champion griller a pit master and a chef and he is, the foremost authority on new barbecue. Because he's changing the way we think about, grilling and, smoking. Incorporating his pitmasters techniques with this classical French culinary training and he is smoking with new and glorious grilling ideas so we are dedicating this whole hour to barbecue and we are smoking and we are grilling. And we are chilling a three part interview with the legendary pitmasters Tuffy stone Will excite your palate I guarantee all throughout this hour and I really excited to share his passion and his. Grilling genius with you, but I I have a few grilling tips up, my sleeve for you I'm. A girl at the grill and I love to barbecue and I love summertime simply summer or. Summer simply whichever the way you look at it the best way to keep cool is. To keep it easy right. Well for me grilling is my, easy summer enjoyment, and we're, blessed, in California where, I live to, have the beautiful climate all year long so it's really year round barbecue enjoyment but summer grilling is what I'm all about and then.
"tuffy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"tuffy" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"And I really, did because they're sitting out there blown they don't have commanded that you, get summertime started getting command that even though the ball started carrying in the summer. Some guy member Tuffy Rhodes with the cubs. Have, like. Three, home runs opening day I don't think he hit three home runs There's certain guys though, that are really good to start the season in certain certain guys were better in. The second half of the season it's crazy It's called an average it is, funny though we met. Paul Goldschmidt didn't have a homerun going up to June at home. In Arizona he's one of the grace ranters in the game and you look up, then he go. Say his four. Ninety seven the next six weeks and then all of, a sudden he kinda gets to, where he's supposed to be but. It is it is funny you hit four to. One ninety seven to sixty seven and you look at, six months your bow around where you're. At and I think that's. The unique part about baseball I mentioned that you compared yourself to. Tom Brady back. So you guys win the. World Series amazing in. Two thousand four when did you, start comparing, yourself to Tom Brady two thousand four you nailed it. I was an a story it's a true story my wife worked at outback steakhouse Beaumont Texas and his wife is a top model in. The world He's six five I, say six foot with. Spikes on probably five ten to eleven no seriously so member fancy fancy football's kind of taken off and we're. Like into it Tom Brady was like throwing for, one hundred ninety seven, yards two touchdowns wouldn't a great fancy football quarterback right but he's. Just winning football games so I'm doing an article I'm like you know you get, talking and I'm. Like yeah you. Know Tom Brady and I you know we're we're similar intangibles we bring you a club, like I'm not a very good. Player but I you know I like my teammates. And I'm I'm thinking you need a kennel mill around, I'm thinking problem hitting to seventy two. And they're probably talking about. Trade me this a true story the next day I'm just talking. You didn't interview. The next day I get. To the field all. My stuff is out of the, out of, the locker room there's stitches anything but Tom Brady's jersey Pants and socks And the huge article in the Boston Globe is they don't know how they got it, printed this big but it's all the way to my locker just cover my locker, says malarkey bears Tom brady Was about, one forty five pm like looking around and everybody's, just kinda, you know, just vacuuming And I look in there. Terry Francona and feel. Epstein got this done they sent the club he's over there to Foxborough go get Brady's uniform so. That was a day. We're playing the Rangers and, I, threw. On Brady's uniform for. Batting practice that's all I had I. Had no baseball jersey no nothing I'm, an old tights I'm not blessed in the light, switch and, the opposition You know the football pants on yeah Doesn't leave? Anything So go home put some little lemons on walk around the mirror that come out of Charlotte and I wanted to get, back to me I had this outfit on put the sanitary on and. I forgot I, put Epstein or deal on the on the thing and I'm taking the Rangers are coming out and they're looking over here And you can just. See the guys go what is going on that's all I, got you know Tom Brady. And, it, hasn't, worked out well he's way way better, looking way richer things, are going great for. Him then I'm, over here now we could. Have had Radi. Today but we wanted you see yeah instead I I appreciate you guys. See because workers although Brady was drafted right as a catcher he was a he was a great catcher it. Was funny I was talking to Eric burns. With him two weeks, ago out there I don't know if you've ever played..
"tuffy" Discussed on What's Good Games
"And they are working with a published author named ralphie day crispy nia definitely mispronouncing his name but he is apparently a big history buff in this particular section of chinese lore so they gave us really indepth gameplay demo because they were like listen we get the total wars kind of a thing you either into it or you're not so we're going to help you out and show you all of the details instead of just throwing on a pc and being like good luck which i really appreciate it in for really giving us a lot of hand holding during this demo so they went over the franchise pillars for people out there like i've never played a total war it's a grand turn based campaigns epochs gail real time battles and glorious sandbox conquest so new for this game it's got elegant new art style powerful central characters unique personalities that have their own likes dislikes in there's more focus on diplomacy where you can manage your heroes wants and needs plus they've got all of these crazy back stories i have in my notes here one guy eight has own i question apparently this war is one of the warriors who was such bad as that he needed to prove how tuffy was he like pulled out his own is facing eight it battlefield here or timid his enemy words earth fuck outta me yeah i was i would see root out of that battle yeah.
"tuffy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"You know the tuffy rhodes you know the three homes you know for the cubs he wore ski masks that day right yeah i i you know what are you wearing batting gloves whatever you weren't on your hands you'd hate to get jammed when it's like twenty eight degrees man you'd feel that in your hands for the next week no you know you don't want that to happen now the cubs believe it or not the cubs are on the road for nine road games before they open up and that's the most that they've ever been on the road at twelve is their team record and that goes back you're going to like this one eighteen ninetynine the chicago orphan those poor guys were wandering souls where they were they got rid of the whole team and that's how they became this young team they were the orphans colts then they finally settled on the cubs but look at that cubs nine games on the road i i don't know it just seems so unusual for a team that's still will not have a home game until monday yeah that's a little crazy and they haven't been doing well and everybody's grumbling and but you know probably getting bit and getting back to wrigley especially when the weather heats up i'm sure they're going to be you know the cubs we've seen in the last couple of years for two years ago i mean they're they're too good to say down for long but yeah you mentioned that young braves team that played them so well i i'm really enjoying that because one of the modern transit as well we're not very good we're not looking to win this year we got a lot of kids you're gonna love him but you know give us a couple of years or they've they've got a ton of kids and and their i think their best prospect a kuna isn't even up for them yet is that right and and they're they're playing great the dnb swanson's playing.