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Fresh update on "tyler" discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five speaking of media narratives other the the cnn. Iran graphic went viral over the weekend of gun violence mass shootings they say in the past It looks like there's been wilmington. North carolina return a beach. Virginia norfolk virginia. Washington dc baltimore maryland philadelphia pennsylvania essex pennsylvania maryland Cleveland ohio river grove illinois chicago illinois. Indianapolis indiana atlanta georgia tuscaloosa alabama houston texas jiaxue city lou. Mississippi dallas texas. Alice bill mississippi memphis tennessee Boulder colorado gresham oregon stockton california orange. California the states where. I'm zooming the map. It's hard to see where the error goes on the less. You get the point Mass shootings in the past month would republicans are become president of the united states in control congress. The american news media suddenly rediscovers homelessness homelessness. Almost this is on the rise in homelessness disappears. I get. I will remember to the day. I die rush limbaugh the day after donald trump became president. Barack obama was still in the white house. For another couple of months and rush limbaugh noted that we would soon be hearing stories of homelessness again and within twenty four hours. I think it was the washington post. Did a big story of the rise of homelessness. In america the forgotten people would republicans state power washington. Homelessness becomes a problem The heartless cold heartless gop their policies. They're they're all about it. Well win democrats become president. The migos all in on mass shooting and think mass shootings don't happen would republicans are president and the moment of democrat becomes president. All hell breaks loose. It's not really the case. But what the media does redefine what a mass shooting. it is From the fbi. Standard to four people get shot. Oftentimes it's gang and criminal violence. It's not actually Some random shooter like what happened in indianapolis or in boulder. It's it's gang violence and crime. It's the police in criminals. Shooting at each other and the media amplifies this in the same way. They tried to overstate the election. Reform bill georgia because they want to build a moral case for reform when democrats take washington. The media goes all in on gun control and if they can play up every story of gun. Violence imaginable and overstate has been. He claims as possible. They hope they can persuade the public to get on board the democrat agenda and get them some gun control reform. It's all about the moral gates. It's all about building up the case and undermines the The undermines the facts that undermines the reality. But there's something else going on here as well with this list With with very few exceptions they want to say that the republican gun plan isn't working the republican proposals or at working in fact this guy Who he went viral with this. Brian tyler cohen. He's a left-wing social media. Guy showed the cnn picture and said hey republicans. Your way isn't working while i'm looking at this list and i'm not sure which of these cities is controlled by a republican. Maybe there one or two of these cities that are republican overwhelmingly. The democrats not only are they democrat number of these have district attorneys. That were funded by george soros project that was designed to get left.
Margot, Glasnow lift Rays over AL-worst Yankees 6-3
"The Tampa Bay rays beat the New York Yankees for the fourth time in five games this season sixty three at Yankee Stadium Tyler Glasnow continued a stellar early season pitching by holding your to just one run on two hits in five innings to raise his record to to in home man Walmart goes to run home in the fourth of young started loser Jordan Montgomery snapped a one one tie and give the rays a lead they never yielded Francisco Mejia's solo Homer in the second half given Tampa Bay its first run joy when the latter two run Homer in the seventh the Yankees have now lost four straight Tom Merriam the York
Mexico, Honduras, and Guatemala to Deploy Troops to Slow Migration
"The Bind Administration has secured agreements with Mexico and Central American countries to fortify their borders. As NPR's Tamara Keith explains. It's an effort to slow the tide of unaccompanied minors trying to come into the U. S. The number of unaccompanied minors showing up at the southern border of the U. S is on pace to set records, and the Biden administration is struggling to keep up. Tyler Moran, special assistant to the president for immigration set on MSNBC's morning Joe that the administration is working with Mexico and other countries. We've secured agreements for them support more troops on their own border. Mexico, Honduras and Guatemala have all agreed to do this. That not only was gonna prevent the traffickers and the smugglers and the cartels that are taking damage with the kids on their way here, but also to protect those Children, she said. The administration is also working to speed up its ability to process the Children and teenagers. And move them to safe places awaiting disposition of their
Martinsville Cup Recap
"The final lap with kerry murphy is is on nascar cup series race recap from martinsville speedway which started on saturday under the lights and ended on sunday under the lights after heavy rains. Let's take a look ten to one. Kyle busch somehow kind of top ten with a mangled number eighteen race car. Then got kevin harvick tyler. Radic number eight. Christopher bell joey. Logano kyle larson william byron number four denny. Hamlin led more than half of the race and ends up third. Ouch and in second chase elliott comes up one spot short of the win. So let's head to victory lane. Our martin tricks. Junior has become the seasons. I race winner with twenty nine. Th career win third career martinsville win third of the last four races at this track and now with three grandfather clock trophies in his house. I'm not sure how he's going to get any sleep with that. Other stories on the day ryan blaney won. Both of stages led a ton of laps in this race. Only to get busted for leaving the pillbox equipment. The air hose and the gun. You're not supposed to bring that with you late in the race while running up front about forty three laps to go and a massive talladega like wreck bush. Chris butcher banged fenders took out the likes of kurt. Busch brad keselowski kyle busch cole. Custer alex bowman daniels wars and many others on lap. Three eighty six up next to the cup. Series is yet another short-track richmond. Raceway sunday three pm eastern on fox and martin tricks junior has won two of the last three at this track. Nineteen car again
Butler scores 28, Heat beat depleted Lakers 110-104
"Jimmy Butler scored twenty eight points to lead the past the Lakers won ten one oh four Victor Oladipo added eighteen points but limped off the court favoring his right knee after a dunk late in the fourth quarter Tyler hero finished with fifteen points for the heat who bounced back from Tuesday's twelve point home loss against Memphis LA continued to play with that lebron James and Effie Davis and the Lakers had to go without Kyle Kuzma due to a strained calf heat center bam Adebayo says they didn't take the Lakers lightly still it doesn't matter yes they still are engaged they still continues Caldwell pope scored twenty eight points for Los Angeles including six of eleven from three point range I'm Dave Ferrie
Arenado's late HR lifts Cards over Brewers in home debut
"No one ever knows two run home run in the eighth inning steps a one one tie it leads the cardinals past the first three to one in the red birds home opener the home runs the second of the season for the third baseman it comes off of relief pitcher drew Rasmussen the card is also gonna run scoring single off the bat of Tyler o'neill neither starting pitcher figures in the decision with the purse Corbin Burnes tossing six shutout innings allowing one hit while striking out nine St Louis starter Adam Wainwright allows one run over five innings pitched the cardinals have won four straight and I have a record of five to two Milwaukee is three and four Mike Reeves St Louis
Martinez, Carrier lift Golden Knights to 6-1 win over Blues
"Alec Martinez and William carrier highlighted the golden knights six one round of the blues in St Louis Martinez scored twice in carrier added a goal and an assist as Vegas ended on O. two in one skit Thomas notion Jonathan Marchessault and Nicolas Hague also scored for the knights while robin Lehner turned back thirty one shots the blues have scored just eight times in their last seven games going oh six and one the nose dives drop St Louis into fifth place in the west Tyler Bozak tallied for the blues I'm Dave Ferrie
Georgia's new GOP election law draws criticism, lawsuits
"Street with Bill Main Bizarre is adjourned Sonny down. And with that House Speaker David Ralston, calling the 2021 legislator legislative session to a close Georgia lawmakers agreeing to a budget for the new year that does restore money to K 12 education increases. The mental health funding also pays nursing home operators more Now even know with that there has been more fuss about the state sweeping new election law, which has already been signed into law. The chief executives of Delta Airlines and Coca Cola, now calling the law unacceptable. Also Tyler Perry, who owns the giant Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta. Is speaking out about the new lawyer. Perry is joining other metro Atlanta business leaders, including Delta's CEO and criticism of Georgia's new voting law, He told the Hollywood reporter the law is unconstitutional and called on the U. S. Department of Justice to investigate its validity. Ford versus Ferrari Director James Mangold tweeted that he would not direct a feature film in Georgia due to the new law. While some agree with Perry and others in the production industry about the boycott. Others see the danger and blocking business in the state. Bernice King, daughter of the late Reverend Martin Luther King Jr tweeted that boycotting the state would disproportionately affect middle
Britney Spears Breaks Her Silence About the 'Framing Britney Spears' Documentary
"Britney Spears has finally broken her silence about a documentary on her career and conservatorship. That documentary premiered last month on WHO Moons in an Instagram post. Britney Spears reveals she was embarrassed by the documentary and cried for two weeks because of it. After the premiere of framing Britney Spears. She continued to post on social media but never directly addressed it. On Tuesday, she posted a video of herself dancing, which is the usual type of content you shares, but this one was different than others. My life has always been very speculated, watched and judged, really my whole life Spears Road in the caption, she says for her family she needs to dance to Steven Tyler every night as she is in a
Britney Spears says she's 'embarrassed' by documentary
"These breaking her silence of the New York Times documentary framing Britney Spears in an instagram caption Tuesday. She says she has not seen it in its entirety. However, from what she seen, she's embarrassed by the light. They put her in the 39 year old toxic singer said She cried for two weeks and she still cries over it. Documentary highlights her career her relationship with the media and controversial con conservatorship. In the lengthy caption, she says her life has always been speculated about watched and judged, but she copes by dancing to Steven Tyler every night of her
Britney Spears 'cried for two weeks' over Framing documentary
"It's still not looking good for our poor queen. Britney spears if you haven't yet you need to watch that documentary framing brittany. It's crazy. And bernard actually did watch part of documentary. She says that she didn't get to watch the whole thing. It was just too much for her but an instagram post again. She is okay. Who is her team. Why are her conservatorship here. Monitoring her social media and like no making your look just different. I don't to think crazy but y'all know like the eyeliner getting darker and thicker and like droopy gear and is still not like. What is still very confusing. I've talked about it a lot. How not understand what is going on with britney spears and our social media but she posted a video of her dancing to steven tyler song crazy and did open up a little bit about the documentary. she's saying that i did I do not see the whole documentary. But from what i did see. I was embarrassed by the light. They put me in. I cried for two weeks and well. I still cry. Sometimes she says. I can't my own spirituality with myself to try and keep my own a joy love and happiness everyday. Dancing brings me joy. I'm not here to be perfect. Perfect is boring. I'm here to pass on kindness. Oh okay she herself sane my islanders. Perfect my here's operate. Now fits are not perfect. My dancing is not perfect but she just wants to spread love and kindness.
Clippers hit 19 3s, beat Bucks 129-105
"The clippers had a real good showing against the milwaukee bucks clip raining down threes resembling that squad. That got out to the hot start. They had a quick giant as the west number one seat earlier this year. They've won six in a row but no one is going to believe them until the playoffs but they do have all the parts. Even though a lot of them are sitting out. Paul george out of this game. Patrick beverley out of this game. Rajon rondo to this game. They're starting backward in this jackson. And luke kennard had a combined eleven threes. What happens when beverly comes back. Does he go into the starting lineup. Does canard come out more of a ball. Who has been impressing. Good problems for tyler. No problems for the clippers serge ibaka. His fashion stays on point as it did with the toronto raptors. Yes he does fashion. He does art as surge. Said with that bucket. Had in that fancy scarf slash mask
NASCAR Bristol Dirt Cup Recap: Logano Wins
"Nascar cup series racing from bristol dirt it was dirty dusty and also thrilling. Let's run things down ten to one. These are the survivors. Let's be honest. Chase elliott eric jones ryan blaney with a mangled race. At number eight tyler. Rettig william byron. Ryan newman at number five daniels. Warez wa. What a car. He led fifty eight laps said after the race. He had no idea what he was doing. Out there for his best finish of the season denny hamlin his sixth top. Five the season and ricky stenhouse junior one of those so called dirt aces to victory lane. We've got seven different winners this season. Can you believe it joey. Logano is in the history books taking the win at the bristol. Dirt race of twenty twenty. One at team penske goes back to back. It's joey's twenty-seventh career cup series victory. And his first win of the season for the twenty two
HBO's 'Tina' is Tina Turner's way of telling us thank you — and goodbye
"Originally recorded by Bonnie Tyler and 1988. Tina Turner made the best a mainstream hit. You know, there's a new documentary streaming on HBO about the queen of rock and roll and age 81. After dealing with a number of health issues that way the public didn't know about until now. She's saying goodbye to her fans through this documentary. Have to admit it. I caught some feelings. I've always like Tina Turner and what she went through to be the artist that she is and plans to enjoy the rest of her years with her husband and Switzerland. Just kind of stay out of the public eye hang with family. As a woman, Kristen. Her story were Angela Bassett plays her. What's love Got to do with it. I know if you've not seen that as a woman listening to that you just have to you have to. Yeah, that's one actually one of my favorite movies. Love hearing
Happy birthday Steven Tyler, lead singer of Boston-based rock band Aerosmith
"Aerosmith front man Steven Tyler turned 73 years old today. Where does the time go? 50th anniversary tour scheduled for Aerosmith last year has now been moved up to this year. Hopefully there Back in the saddle soon. 7 21. We check the roads Next
Who Are Your Bristol Fantasy NASCAR Picks?
"Dragon joining us for this final fantasy segment. As i told you last week i was able to record any of the segment leaders for this week. But i did get your winter. This winter for the final ap weekly fantasy league is tia. Fell w join the revolution with a score of two hundred and forty eight points. Good job now. The picks this week are pretty simple. There's three key drivers that i'm looking at that. I'm pretty sure everyone is going to have on their lineup. So we're probably looking at a bonus points race this weekend but to get you started. Kyle larson in the five car. Everybody knows he is the guy to beat in the dirt anywhere. He goes in any kind of car and the second guy. Christopher bell in the twenty car also very good in the dirt and the third guy will take a look at is tyler rhetoric in the car so we have zero stats to pump at you today. Because this is nascar's very first cup race in the dirt in the modern era with that being said folks. It's going to be super important to keep an eye on both of those practice sessions friday night as well as all four qualifier races on saturday based on those results should be able to round out the rest of your team for sunday. All right folks.
Free Streaming Service Breaks Into Original Content
"Is streaming service out there. That's making moves as of late and if you don't mind watching a few ads here and there you don't have to pay for its content. Either that service is to be. Do you be i which was bought last year by fox for a cool four hundred and forty million. The sale brought around twenty thousand additional titles to the platform and marked. Fox's first foray into the streaming wars to these offerings range from tyler perry films to the nineteen ninety classic ghost so a bit of a mixed bag there as of this writing one of the most popular titles on the app was the two thousand adam sandler movie little nicky nineties. Kids rejoice when the sale of to fox was finalized last march company executives. Were clear they had no plans to produce original content. The verge reported at the time. Don't think of it. As a competitor disney plus netflix's apple tv plus or hulu verge wrote noting that all four of those platforms regularly stream their own content. Well how quickly. Things change bloomberg reported last week that to be is in talks with advertisers about funding yup original tv shows and movies. That didn't take long did it. The move comes after a record. Twenty twenty for the platform which saw usage numbers jumped fifty eight percent. Those growth numbers are pretty attractive to advertisers. To be will make three hundred million in ad revenue this fiscal year according to bloomberg and fox. Cfo steve tomsic said that revenue could grow to one billion dollars in coming years. The nudge for two to explore. Original content may have come from a close competitor. The roku channel which streams free movie shows and live news partnering with outside networks announced. The premiere of its first original series. This month roku got it start building software for smart. Tv's but his leaning into the success of its streaming service roku over fifty million active accounts by the end of twenty twenty according to deadline in the world of streaming services. Much attention is paid to. Well paid services like netflix and users of that platform repeatedly site the lack of ads as its most attractive feature according to emarketer with a free ad supported streaming market growing by leaps and bounds. The question is which of these. Two contenders will emerge victorious. Is there room for both online. Someone go get the popcorn
McCollum, Blazers hold off short-handed Heat, 125-122
"The trailblazers came away with the one twenty five one twenty two win over the heat out Damian Lillard's three free throws in the final seconds CJ McCollum had twenty one of his thirty five points in the first quarter for Portland which got twenty two points from lower and twenty from Carmelo Anthony enes Kanter also had a productive game providing eighteen point two sixteen boards both teams had eleven runs in the fourth quarter and had eight ties or lead changes in the final one forty four bam Adebayo and Tyler hero each had twenty nine points for Miami I'm Dave Ferrie
Former NFL Player Ray Lewis on Flacco signing one-year deal with Philadelphia Eagles
"Dollars in players to get back and for the lakers. That will possibly being trading three or four rotation players. It's just not going to happen. It's not a realistic trade function and the clippers. The only player that they have a who's young wasn't evalu- who'd be interested in la would be luke canard canard signed a fifty six million dollar contract extension and not everybody in the league likes that contract the dunkin rob. Yes so really. it's about right now. From what i am. Told duncan robinson is in the offer from the heat To to toronto and tyler hero is not and the raptors would really like tyler hero to be in that deal but the premium package is not being offered and from philadelphia. They are permitted to trade twenty one and twenty three first round picks. This year's picking twenty twenty three plus they have tirees maxi. They're young guard out of kentucky. And plus they have a viable but t stable. They would like toronto. They would all of those pieces. And from what i've
"tyler" Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts
"Hi it's hers from factory again. And i wanted to talk to you today about a question that we get a lot. And it's what's the difference between a broker and an investment banker and as an entrepreneur. I didn't know the difference. First time i sold the business. I use an investment banker and you long story short. I became a broker because the whole situation could have gone better. And so what i learned was that that brokers all they do is sell businesses and primarily entrepreneurial businesses and sometimes they sell it to other entrepreneurs sometimes they still have to private equity firms smaller private equity firms sometimes venture capital sometimes small roll ups but they're really focused on helping entrepreneurs get the maximum value for their business now investment bankers and they're just very different and part of our team here at freedom factory or people that came from an investment banking background. And they didn't really. Large deals primarily deals over one hundred million and many deals that are five ten. Fifteen twenty million are way too small for them or they just you know. Essentially the fees aren't high enough to to make them pay attention. So it's estimated that roughly eighty percent of all emanate deals are done by brokers but roughly ten percent of all emanate revenue is done by brokers. And again you know our average selling price or companies that do eba of roughly two twenty million and with that means when you do earnings of two twenty million is our sales price are only smaller than companies like google or ebay and so it's really a big difference so are really focused on large deals. Large teams big deals. If you have a smaller business or a company that does revenue of fifty or sixty million or less. You're going to be very small for a banker but you're going to be really material to a broker and so when it came down to what do i want to do with the rest of my life. I've been running. Entrepreneurial businesses for thirty years. And i've gone from from spectacular successes to smoldering holes in the ground and everything in between you know it really came down to. Who's your tribe and i love entrepreneurs. I love helping entrepreneurs with the biggest deal of their life and we really had a chance to reinvent the brokerage space here freedom factory and done some some pretty innovative things to me. The big question becomes if you're a you're a been there done. That hundred million dollar company is sometimes bankers. Can do a really good job. And there's only a few institutional buyers and they know most of them and it can be very easy if you're an entrepreneur that's built a high growth lifestyle company and again your earnings or somewhere between two and twenty up to twenty five million. You know your sales are fifty million or less then. Finding the right broker that specializes in deals. That size can really a huge difference. Because if you're if you're a small fried of someone no one likes feeling there small fry especially if it's the biggest deal their life but maybe maybe your fees on dealer are just a few hundred thousand on another deal you know. Bankers can make ten fifteen twenty million from deal so they're really going to focus on that ultimately when you look at what the size of your business is in trying to decide what's right for you and investment banker or broker and and i would suggest talking both but figure out who makes you feel great To make the right decision based upon the size of your business if you have questions on this or anything else like this just give us a call at freedom factory and we'd be happy to help thank you so much for watching. Please can subscribe and we'll see you soon..
"tyler" Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts
"Hi everybody this is robert from factory. And i wanna talk to you about a pretty serious topic today. And it's the biggest reason that deals don't close now personally. My close rate on deals has been really strong over the last ten or fifteen years But i see a lot of people in the industry standard. They closed less than fifty percent of deal. So if it's almost unbelievable when you think fifty percent of people that agree to pay a price for business. Don't actually buy it. And i want to jump into why that is and more importantly. How can you can make sure that doesn't happen to you. So first of all when the biggest reason i see that deals don't close is usually when the numbers drop off cliff and the reason that happens is busy entrepreneurs trying to do too much so at running a business as an entrepreneur takes a lot of work and when we sell business. We're partners for a short period of time. I talk a lot about one hundred and forty seven day selling process and a lot of times. It works in that time. Sometimes it takes a little bit longer sometimes or even faster but the number one thing. When we're selling your business to let us do our job. Is you have to do your job and make sure the numbers are still going on the same trend line that they were. If you're growing at three percent a month the this time can be absolute most important time for you to do it. Not only because you get paid the best what that means for example. Let's say let's say you're selling your business on earnings and you're getting a multiple of five times earnings when you sell it. You're actually getting paid six times on every sale. You ever make which means you're getting paid once in the cash and five times earnings when you sell it now. If you're making six times your usual value when you sell a business do you think it would sell harder. I would and having the right broker in the right partner to be able to sell it for you. We're going to handle the process. We're going to handle the phone calls. We're going to handle the qna the diligence pre-qualifier buyers. We're gonna take all that off your plate in fact until the buyers have been pre qualified and we have an ally on the table. We don't even put them on the phone with you. We want to preserve your time as much as you can. You can run your businesses profitably as we can and we can do our job and again what we do at freedom factories. Make sure to build as much deal tension as we can. So that's getting. The most people introduced to the business either a combination of inbound or outbound and marketing materials. Going through a process and getting all the buyers to go to our process meaning the sellers process. We cue a here. We do prequalification. Here we do l. o. Is here we do. We start to go through and we'll get the funnel and we find the perfect buyer and the perfect fit for you. Bottom line is a partnerships. Pretty simple for the next year. You run your business. We focused on selling your business and when you're talking to a broker you're making the right decision. Try and find somebody. That's not just a sales guy or just sales business for a living. Find a career entrepreneur. Someone that speaks entrepreneurs somebody that understands that just because you've built the business and got it to here doesn't mean that you want to run it for the rest of your life and sometimes as entrepreneurs you know i look at us as the producers of the builders the contributors and if i'm not on point and on passionate my business you could feel it and it's not the same thing and so if you're an entrepreneur that has a business that you're no longer passionate about you know just because you took the train to chicago doesn't mean you want to drag the train around with you. Want to get their give us a call and we'll be able to help figure out the best way for you to transition to something you are passionate about so you can build massive massive value. One other truth is the time kills all deals and every deal go sideways and so we have buyer's remorse people often talk about in. The house is the biggest purchase. Ever gonna make well. That's not true if you're buying or selling a business often for me. Buying and selling a business is the biggest purchase or is the biggest purchase or sale that my clients are ever going to make and the more time you have more likely. The buyer is to have a little bit of buyer's remorse or if one little thing goes wrong maybe they latch onto that. We have a bad month or bad week. And they use that as an example of why the business isn't as good as they thought they would. So at the best case scenario they're gonna try and buy it for a little less of a price which isn't gonna feel good to you the seller or to me the broker and the worst case scenario is they just back off and they go dark and they don't wanna do it and they put out escrow and then we have to begin the process all over again so again when you when you look at these types of things. What i've found in twenty years of doing this. Every deal is going to go sideways at least once and that's where my experience comes into play. That's where we can get through. I've seen deals go sideways. For every reason you can think of yet. I still get surprised. Nc new deals go sideways. All the time. We'll get you through it. We'll keep a smooth steady hand. You keep running the business and the fundamentals going up and up and up and we're going to sell your business for more anybody else in the marketplace. Now if you have any questions on selling business why deals go sideways or what. The process looks like. Why don't you give us a call at freedom factory and we'll talk you through that and any other questions that you might have thank you so much for watching. Please like subscribe and we'll see you.
"tyler" Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts
"Hi guys robert hirsch freedom factory. And i want to talk to you about something really important. And specifically what is freedom and people talk about freedom all the time we it's our core value. We've got it in our in our company name. It's you know. In our intro outgrow. It's our it's our number one top of this core value and freedoms one of those things that means different things different people so i wanted to define it at least as we see it for our fellow entrepreneurs and so my short trite answer is freedom is being able to do what you want with who you want as often as you want. And that's only partially true But what freedom really is is being able to make a choice every morning when you wake up being able to be on point and on purpose you know where purpose and passion really come together and understanding what that looks like and people think that freedom you know they say well robert are you free and i certainly define myself as a as a free and sovereign man and they said well. Why are you doing freedom factory. Why did he do all these brokerages. Why are you doing the tv show on on an in history. What what's going on. And and and i think i defined freedom freedom differently than other people so some people that ask that question they think that freedom means doing nothing and the reality is you know. I'm up at my mountain house. And it sure is beautiful and i love to come up here to get away and go fishing. But i couldn't do this every day. I would be bored. And i would feel like if robert fell in the forest is going to make a sound. It's just it's not what really drives me. I love to work so when people think about freedom. They think it's disconnecting everything they love so that it doesn't matter anymore and in fact i think it's just the opposite so when i think of freedom i think of it. What is it that i have to do. What is it that. I cannot not do what what drives me. You know if you think about it like an oxen right and oxen driving a car pulling a cart got this big yoke over its shoulders and and people think freedom they just wanna get all the yolk soft them they wanna they wanna fire their boss and they wanna fire their customers and they wanted to do this and that's almost the opposite of what i see freedom. What freedom as what do i have to do. What do i wanna do with the rest of my productive life. What can i not not do. What am i going to attach my yoke to and so many entrepreneurs they would come to me for consulting and to sell their business and they. I have no idea how to do it. And you know for me it came down to. Who's my tribe will. It's people like us. It's the entrepreneurs in the world. And what can i do for him. I can help them. Stick the landing and put resources and time and money in their pocket and change not only their family and their own destiny. But i can allow them to build what it is that they find most important as entrepreneurs we're the builders and what is it that we need to do and that to me is freedom. It's not how do i free myself of everything and just float alone in the either. It's how am. I free to wake up and help my tribe every day. Now if you have any questions on this or anything else what did you give us a call at freedom factory and thank you so much for spending valuable time with me please. Hit like subscribe. I'm robert hirsch. We'll see you.
"tyler" Discussed on Tyler Tysdal's Videos and Podcasts
"Hi it's robert hood from fear factory. And i wanted to talk to you about a really important subject and these are really the secrets of selling a business for maximum value. And so you know at freedom factory. We do a lot of the work for you. In terms of what it takes to be able to sell your business. And we have a great partnership and i'll get into that in a little bit in a little bit but more than anything else. What we do is help. You craft your best story. And when you're crafting a story it needs to make sense to buyers. It needs to make sense on why you're selling why you started it. Why the businesses grown. What are your sustainable competitive advantages or key. Differentiator is in the marketplace. Some people call that unique selling proposition but we need to create a story. That answers more questions than it creates wanna create stories buyers hit the brakes and it slows down as we've talked about a lot time kills all deals so it's really working with the right broker that's gonna help you craft that story. Also when you're selling your business be super authentic and true to who you are. You know we're in my backyard now in the mountains of colorado and it is a gorgeous yet slightly chilly if all day you know i was up here and we're thinking about an answering these emails and i'm like why don't you just go outside and shoot a video and i'm not in the office. You know. put on a sport coat because it was cold. But i gotta authentically be myself. And when you're thyself self people can feel it and hopefully you feel that now and when you're selling your business we wanna make sure your buyers feel that. That's unbelievably important. So i often talk about when you pick a broker. It's a partnership you need to make sure the businesses going. The number one reason that deals fall apart is because something changes you know sales. Drop off a cliff you don't hit your projections etc etc etc. You wanna make sure that you give a buyer set projections you need to have it already hit. You know i speak virtually but you wanna make sure that you're gonna hit it otherwise. Just be a little less optimistic. But we want to create a track record of success with their buyers where we systematically exceed their expectations. I've had sellers told me at the end. They say they said robert. This is my best sales month ever do. I really want to sell it huey. This is exactly the time to sell it. You're on a hi. You're on the home stretch. You're selling it for maximum value and this just making the buyer feel more comfortable with their decision and not only. Are you getting paid once. Be getting paid once plus your multiple right so facilit- once you get the money from that if you sell it on a four times multiple you're actually making five times at it's great. These are the best problems to have. Wouldn't have a business broker. You wanna make sure that you find the best one. That's going to be able to drive the most value we've taken businesses and been able to reposition on we've been able to recast financials we've been able to to literally over triple the selling price of the business to what they expected coming in from their eba this is really different than a a realtor or broker for real estate you know ultimately winter selling real estate you're limited by the appraisal value so even if you have the greatest broker in the world it's not gonna make that much of a difference compared to an average broker maybe five or ten percent but when you're talking about doubling or tripling your price you need take all the information that's available to you put it together find the right partner and then go to market together he the broker he or she is going to be selling your business and that's all we do here at freedom factory you the entrepreneur are going to be running your business and making sure that we stick the landing to drive it through successful completion if you have questions on this or anything like it. Why don't you give us a call here at freedom factory. We'd love to talk to you about it. I'm robert hirsch. Thank you so much for spending your valuable time with us and we'll talk to you..
"tyler" Discussed on Podcasts – Tyler Florence Test Kitchen
"Think the being all in mentality of trying to really create a business based upon values really us to to To really look at other people that were like my wife who Who had businesses based on values and the one thing that was a consistent thread through all of those stories. They told us this idea of sustainability. And what it meant for them and all of their definition suspending your different when i thought i should make a book. That explains what this language is. What this lexicon is of the same ability because consumers if they're giving the information will always shop based on values and you know i'm not as cynical guy tyler. The work that my life. And i do. The lexicon is only about solutions and inevitably somebody who always sitting but douglas. It's at the end of the day. It's just words. But i can give you one example which is not the first time you heard the term case rate. Thought i have no idea what that means but it's probably better for the chicken i don't know why but it probably isn't. It's probably going to be a better egg. And so consumers across the country by cage free eggs they then bought free range eggs which turned out to be a word but they still thought it was even better than cage. Free and now. People are buying pasture-raised eggs and at each point consumers made purchasing decisions based upon having information that allowed them to buy according to the values and they on their own but the usda or yesterday or anybody they actually shifted. How a segment of our system works. So there is powering words and consumer is giving you information. We'll shop based on my value. I think is huge power and words. I think it's huge power and emotional connection. I think there's huge power and the fear of not doing the right thing for your children right so i think a lot of people are very excited about you. Know and i almost feel the dawning of the age of enlightenment about we are what we eat. And a big big way and You know we certainly have put her foot down on a lot of bad food choices in our house we've done it years ago And i think a lot of people really starting to catch up that a child sleeps better..
"tyler" Discussed on Podcasts – Tyler Florence Test Kitchen
"And it's important. And i i lived in new york city for fifteen years and i didn't realize i was actually cooking california food until i moved to california and i just felt like i'd i'd i'd really hit it. I mean this is just the most beautiful place in the world for me. So the book itself like is it. Is it a process that is continuing. Have you guys finished it or where are you. So the book is it now in stores. It's called local the new face of food and farming america harpercollins. And what's really awesome about the book. tyler is that it explains it on the very first page of the book. You can actually take your smartphone or your tablet and you can download an app that we have with harpercollins and you can actually take a picture wherever you say icon for movie as you're moving to the book and suddenly instantaneously are short film. That actually animates all the images that you're seeing in the book. They suddenly come to life in these films. So we had twenty five films that are actually Able to be new directly of your phone or your tablet as you're looking back and that interactive experience was really really enhances Answers the book and so the book is out now as i said and Also on the website. There's additional information that it gives you where Different projects that you can do that. Inspired of that are inspired by either book. And of course you can pick up the book on amazon right. Well you you could pick up the book on amazon It certainly available amazon. But you know you can also go to our website and Type in your zip code and they'll tell you a local bookseller again to continue this theme of really trying to support. I mean listen tyler. you've probably done. I think you've probably half half of the books on those on bookshelves. And cooking section of any store or tyler florence book so you certainly know how powerful it is to have a really great local bookstore in kennedy..
"tyler" Discussed on Podcasts – Tyler Florence Test Kitchen
"Long everybody tyler florence. Welcome to this week in the test kitchen. It's tuesday july eighth two thousand and fourteen and we've got a fantastic show for you today. Douglas gaitan who is a award. Winning american multimedia is a filmmaker writer photographer and he and his wife are the co founders of the lexicon of sustainability and also another project called localized. They've got a new web series on pbs. And he's also the author of a beautiful book Called slow life and a tuscan town..
"tyler" Discussed on Podcasts – Tyler Florence Test Kitchen
"Chuck and mix them together. So it's well inc and with this you actually have a perfect seventy five to twenty five fat to lean ratio s- perfect seventy five twenty five five point ratio. And then what we're gonna do. Is you take the burger itself. And then we're gonna creep balls and then we're only going to crush this once in our restaurants. This is how our prep guys make hamburgers right there. Eight ounces when they go up on the on the on the line and then our grill guy. We'll take that and press it. Once in flattening wants to go on the grill and it creates is really beautiful like nice fluffy texture on the inside and it kinda crumbles right and a really.
"tyler" Discussed on Podcasts – Tyler Florence Test Kitchen
"So then we said okay. Here's here's our hypothesis right. We're gonna start over from scratch. We're gonna hit the button. One more time the timer now. This recipe has to at least taste as good house. All the characteristics of a perfect votto yet to be able to count the grains. It has to have that slightly identity bite to the tooth. And if it's anything less than that to bus so we started from scratch. Hit the button and start over. So it's minced onion extra virgin olive oil sauteed onion down. Boyer rice splash of white. Wine gives you could stir and then we took a three one ratio with the rice and the liquid and we just dumped it all in gave it a big stir turn it down and walked away and just let it go right. Here's what happens so the rice as it. Simmers not boiling sensory itself agitates. So you don't have to start. The rice has more contact time with all of the stock so it tastes better right because you're adding at one time when it's one reduction. We took that recipe forty two minutes. We cut down the twenty seven minutes right. That's me is innovation right. So this is where we're at. Because i think if we if we if we figure out a better way to do that i give you another bookstore. And then we'll get in the recipe so our new book coming out in november. It's called inside the test kitchen. It's got a hundred on the coverage. One hundred twenty new recipes perfected right new recipes perfected. So i've written twenty thousand recipes for food network. The last twenty years and all of them are great and timeless. But i think there's a whole new granular nano world of cooking. That i think chef should get into because there's so many things that we just don just because of it right. We've never actually taken the time to go. Hey let's eat a whole cow. Let's just to figure out what the best burger combination possibly is right. I won't introduce you guys air. Carol sonny's or corporate chef coming on eric. Eric makes me look good. From coast to coast so So eric erickson the cookbook. Eric and i when we're not traveling around doing this kind of thing. We were actually in the kitchen. Daily basis working on really great brand. You recipes is brandon concepts. We've come up. What are some doozy's. We've come up with self making macaroni and cheese self maggie mac and cheese ready for this self making macaroni and cheese. We did sell making mac and cheese is good the the. Yeah so we you ready for this so we made y'all ready for this down bound bound so there's two styles macaroni and cheese. Right there is. There is the macaroni and cheese. That you make a basha mel right and then you fold in the cheese and then then you cook the elbow. Macaroni you fold that in bake. It's nice cross on top of it and then there's college style macaroni and cheese which is way more popular by the way that a lot of a lot of people make. I don't think they feel particularly good about it. Because there's i mean if you look at the back of it it's not a ton of nutritional value it's filling it tastes like cheese and salsa kids. Eat it right by the tunnel via so we said okay. Is there an organic version of college. So macaroni and cheese. That's better quicker and faster guy so so if you think. The process again like what is convenient. What is convenient so boiling water. Takes fourteen minutes boiling pasta. Takes another twelve fourteen minutes. So you're a half an hour into this recipe that's basically neon orange goo out of a box. You're thirty minutes into this thing right and so to me. I think there's so much more you could possibly do better espy's so we invented this recipe called self making macaroni and cheese where we took all the ingredients that goes in completely organic. Everything goes into a macaroni and cheese. And we actually made pasta out of it right so inside the pasta. We use organic dehydrated. Parmesan cheese organic dehydrated. Milk powder organic dehydrated monterey jack cheese and then we made this extra pasta dried it out right and then one of my favorite sauces. It's my last story. And we'll get in the recipe. Because i can talk all day so then so then. We came up with this recipe. My favorite italian sauces called burda fuso. Right and it's it's an italian grandmother sauce where you take the starchy pasta water right as the pastas cooking. And you put it into a pan and you reduce it and you mounted with butter. Add some salt and pepper and parmesan cheese. And you've got this really fabulous very simple sauce. Butter food so is one of my favorite salsas on the planet starchy. Pasta water reduced mouth through butter and parmesan cheese awesome. So we said could we make macaroni and cheese based on that particular sauce style. Where it's where you don't have to dump anything so when the policy comes up to a boil the the dishes done. Can we make a one pot dish of this right so so the dehydrate macaroni and cheese. It's a one for one ratio right. So you scoop this macaroni and cheese boom into a pot this pasta and it's a scoop with same same measurement of cold water on top not hot water cold water and you turn it on and the pasta goes through two steps every hydrates and then after that starts to cook and then when it goes to the second process starts extract yummy delicious flavors right from the pasta parmesan cheese the milk and it starts to create this really beautiful gorgeous sauce and the same way that somebody would crack an egg into a box of instant brownie mix. I took a big handful of shredded cheese. Whatever you want. I the fridge and full just kind of right the very end and we made a self making macaroni and cheese. That takes twelve minutes to make versus thirty minute process right so anyway so guys. I think you guys will really love the book. I think the book is loaded with cool stuff that we can kind of get into speaking of this right so we take bring me up. Here is speaking eric. So so what we're gonna make today right so we Eric and i decided that we're going to. We're going to eat an entire cow. wait a whole cow. i'm kidding. I'm not kidding. How many burgers we. We had so many burger two weeks or one. I feel like it was three days. Sorry days burger but what we did is really kind of think through how many different combinations you could possibly come up with right. Because there's a lot of like signature blends when it comes to restaurants. Restaurants have their proprietary blend of what their burgers so we tried every single possible combination including just straight up filet mignon right taking a rib and kind of make sent round taking the chuck mixed with brisket taking pulling the oxtail off of the bone itself. Grinding that down and see if you can make a burger. We tried every single possible combination. And what we found out which was just amazing and you guys can do this when you go to the grocery store. It's it's an even part fifty fifty split between short rib and chuck right so couple of things. You want a burger. You want really good flavor first and foremost and then you want fat because a really good burger house and fat to it and fat melts down and turns into juicy. At at restaurants we prefer higher fat content. Bergerson you'd like it medium. Well we still win. You still win. we win. you're gonna walk away happy if it had a less less fat content you get past medium and you're sort of dehydrating everything anyway right so so we came up with this burger thing and then we took it one step further. Is there a new twist on a hamburger bun.
"tyler" Discussed on Podcasts – Tyler Florence Test Kitchen
"Hi everybody this is tyler florence. Thank you so much for listening. You're about to hear a prerecorded. Podcast taped live..
"tyler" Discussed on Podcasts – Tyler Florence Test Kitchen
"Point about the ice yes mon. You can have them on a bed of ice. I usually don't like if i really to hold for any period of time. Not in direct contact with the ice young thing to do is put a a wet cloth restaurant towel on top of it. And what that does is the seal between the two shells maintained by moisture the integrity that seals moisture. So you keep them Refrigeration designates dry out that sale. And that's another reason why that gaping so dry cold covered with a wet cloth acts the best way to do it right all along with what he said. You're you're right on. The ice starts unless there are sitting in the dream of pan. Yeah is swimming cedar. We think it's a bad call just because like the wishes will go. Hey check it out like we're back in the water always and then another sort of loser. That little last little sim of you want that. Brian wish water exactly. So let's go back to the beginning for a second so you a couple of friends decided that you want to get into the business found this place you know what kind of seed capital would talk about. What kind of capital to start this company so The original was five hundred bucks from from each parent. You know was was the sort of the seed money to go into it and then you know the the really what it takes in this. We're talking thirty one years ago. A lot of hard work okay. You have to put in money that a couple thousand dollars in equipment You gotta find something something that has That can float a boat. That stays afloat in a way of getting there so it has to have a motor k. The other Probably one of the most important things that we talked about this in the beginning is having a good body of water with areas that are available for lease so in california everything from the high tide. Mark down public property. There's certain areas. Where you've you've met all the parameters on on water quality that are only open Certain areas open for aquaculture. So you have sort of work with the regulatory bodies that now. It's extremely expensive to go through the permit process. So it's it's sorta precludes the mom and pop sort of soot style that we're talking about when we first got into it so nowadays hundred thousand dollars just in permits ridiculous justin permits and so what we're working on is on the on. The regulatory side is trying to do programmatic permeating and tried to get it so that you don't have duplicity in in going after permits and we're getting there but we're working different shellfish initiative. There's there's things that we're working on right now to help facilitate people being able that are really wanting to do it to get into the business because there's a need okay. There's a need for not only for us when we turn it over to our kids and whoever whoever's gonna take over the business so we write off in the sunset someday but there's also other people that are gonna come into an area for growing the oysters. There may be an interest and we want to facilitate that. I agree to me that there's a i think. There's a growing group of shops that are taking their passion for very specific genres of of food. And it's either cattle ranching or show coutry salou me and you know what brian with ryan far is doing as far as getting back into barbecue create like different restaurant concepts and even doing something like this which i think is very pure and good and noble honest work and you create like a really beautiful product out of this is the bar too high for a young startup to get into this or you know. That's exactly what it is right now. I would say it is you. It doesn't take a marine biologist to do this. It takes somebody who has passion for food for farming for for wanting to do a amazing experience as far as job goes. I mean look where we work. This is this is really a rough life out here because you saw today. It looks like it's terrible right. It said this is a gorgeous day. Not yesterday yesterday allergies yesterday. It was like you couldn't hardly be out on. That bay was very windy very windy. And that's part of the job is his year out there. Whatever the weather you know and so we're You know you have to be a certain personality like you'd like to be like us. We all like to be wet. You know either. Surfed dove swam. Whatever the water activity we were always in it and Reminds me i've got to get wet. So what was the oyster that you tasted. And where were you when you had it my first officer well not you. I saw what. What was that way should that you tasted and that experience that you have when you felt like okay. This is what. I wanna do this Where was that his obviously. There's if there's a deep passion for wishes specifically came. There was one moment. I would say that it was that were coming off this bay before when john and mike. I started the company that i was already committed to a house and i was working at a great job at the monterey bay aquarium and all that is like okay this is this is this is not something. I can just easily step into taking the risk of farming and all that and the startup. And but i was. I had a chance to help out in the beginning and planting the seed and all that but it was more like. This is what i like to do is you know. Let's just go out and explore that kind of situation. That was different than what i was doing so i was actually able to try the oysters. That were the product of the hard work that we were doing on the plant at an oyster bar that we were doing. It's another way to actually do. Marketing and promotion is to always bar at a restaurant and there is a A restaurant in santa cruz pearl alley bistro. And we do it. We're there was a bar. I was helping out with. And of course if i'm gonna be serving the product i'm going to be tasting that products like going. Wow that is amazing because just exactly that clean cool flavor it's been on ice the flavors that came out of that as like this is this is i saw what went into it and then i got taste the results that point. It's like okay. This is something. I can do and thirty one years later. Here we here. We thirty one years later. And how many different i mean. How many bushels voice. You're gonna ask that question. I have no idea you know. I mean if if i would say that if i had to quantify on a weekly basis a couple dozen oysters that i eat on a weekly basis that may be the case. I don't know But you know there's ten doesn't in a bushel. How many how many restaurants. I mean it just seems rethink what the scale of what you're doing. Yeah well everywhere while the scale is all over the place because it depends on what our inventories are like. And we'll talk about that in a little bit about exactly. We hold everybody on a quota. I don't get me. Oh wait for tavern. So it's it's an. It's not something we're doing intentionally. Those are in saint natural product. Yeah yeah so Can we walk back through the tanks. Yeah you wanna go over there. I wanna see the whole thing from bergen. So what i'm gonna do is i'm going to take you over to the where they start with a seed and some upwelling. I have some of the growing. And then we'll walk up to the tanks and i'll show you how.
"tyler" Discussed on Podcasts – Tyler Florence Test Kitchen
"Then and then you know. Tell me the difference between what we have here for komodo or like when when if you could if there's a simple explanation for that boy you challenged me. Well i just i just. I think it's just interesting to me. Like and how many times chance really talk about this stuff like like i would love to know the difference between these very specific choices other than you know size and shape and flavor profile. Most things fairly obvious but like why do some oysters grow like let me tie like what's the we used to live downtown novelli about four years ago I we live right this creek and i right after a big rainstorm. A bunch of trees had fallen twigs and sticks and stuff. I create this artificial damanour backyard and started back to water up. So i put my boots on a walk down the water and i started on clog all of this This this debris that collecting her creek and i looked over in this This hill this bank. And i saw this alabaster piece of shell and then started uncovered. An i pulled out completely perfect intact. Oyster shells probably sixteen inches long. Okay and and and really. I mean just amazing. I mean obviously always should have been dead for a long time. it was. It seemed more like a like a fossil bone but in the in the they say the the the roads san francisco paved on ocean shells When it boils down to this like what are your favorite. And how do you make decisions. I'm looking so this. Oyster is probably the most commonly grown oyster. This species of oyster is most commonly grown oyster on the west coast. K- it's I could even Probably go so far as to say it's probably one of the most commonly grown in the world. Because it's the it's consistent it's got a it's a. It's pretty versatile. It handles the Abuse that. And i'm going to call it abuse the handling of of aquaculture and it's got stairs dun-rite it it's exactly. It's a sturdy oyster But it also has one of my favorite flavor profiles and Compared to let's say you you you talked about royster shell that you found in your your creek bank. I would say that. That was a pacific voice. That means that it probably has only been there. Maybe twenty five thirty years now. They the native oyster is the olympic. Stor it's actually one of my favorite oysters to eat. Because it's just got that little blast of flavors kind of copper metallic kit that you get. But they're very tiny and they're also very difficult to grow at an aquaculture situation there. They're sensitive so this is much more durable hoist spars taking the the handling that it takes for try them. Then you've got a model and a komodos who very Is very well known to a tiny cup. Oyster are smaller stor. If you let it grow will grow to that sixteen inch waster bouquet. Good as big as your foot on the you know. It's it's That's where on the on the farming side. We control those things. Then you have the atlantic waster Obviously to the east coast. We grow that here as well. Very different flavor profile memory. I mentioned earlier that the flavors will change throughout the year There are some sort of common flavor descriptions. I can give you usually avoid giving the description. I usually ask you to get to me well to me. There's there's obviously throughout the different times a year when spawning. It's going to have a different texture. You'll have what they call a creamy sort of finish with. Waste dissolves quicker in your mouth but tell me what that flavor is and so you know the differences between january and july. The oysters are going through different cycles. Waters different actually. So tell me what that does so what it does in this case. Let's just talk about this oyster. Okay the this are are pacific oyster. That you have funny. This is going to be one. That's gonna go towards those july and you know the summer months will actually be creamier oyster. We usually try to steer you to a smaller younger oyster so won't be too creamy or spotty And What is spawning texas. Spiny is actually. It would be a Nine of a it'll have creamy gnocchi in almost a bitter this to it so it's usually not what. Somebody wants the pallet k. The the traditional times are based around when they're in the best condition which is usually in the in the late fall. All the way through the spring in the wintertime is the best time for this especially this in this hemisphere. So what you'll get is sort of that That Kind of cucumber in melon flavor on the other thing that you brought up is is that this will actually have some sweetness to it because it's got hygiene levels in it and it does that because it's a broadcast partner. Has a lot of gang eats and that it has to build those games from Reserves lijun is a reserve so when you say gang meats eggs and sperm eggs experiment. You say they produce in the show and then they will. They broadcast into the water. Okay and so because they broadcast spawn. They'll produce a lot so on smaller. It'll be younger. less con. royster won't have as much as far as gambians go also version this that you can get that we grow as well which is a mule so sterile. It's got an extra set of chromosomes and so That's we can grow those. Those will not get spawning so atlantic. I mentioned that Then we also have the european flats sometimes called the. But it's the the european flat is more accurately describe it. I'm a big fan of those. Those are very to the flavor profiles very similar to the Olympia easter case. It's just it's large oyster. Usually and those we have a very limited basis. It's very hard to get seed. And the shell almost looks like a scallop away. Exactly it's a. It's a flattened moisture. It's it's kind of nice fan shape and when you open those. Are you know you have to handle them in a different way because people ended up having problems when they do that. they'll stick their hands. Or whatever with the shucking knife. I call so. I think this is this is so fascinating we've got About a dozen more issues at that. We're definitely going to get through Walk me through. The process may of course be no shock wishes but not everybody who's listening to Walk me through like an oyster. i'm gonna put on your glover here right and then tell me the fundamentals of getting.
"tyler" Discussed on Podcasts – Tyler Florence Test Kitchen
"Who should look for as a guide legality of it but golden gate park is like amazing for totally things you think of. I mean it's crazy. How much stuff goes out here. It's basically a three mile long farm I think a lot of those people that the bigger it gets in might even be a little harmful to the situation of taking something out of somebody's yard or you know depleting the resource. That's that's here but i Kind of getting into urban farming is another site. Check off of foraging that's very important As for a guide. I'm i'm not too sure. I know there's a lot of Books written just on foraging in san francisco and kind of give you a little hot spots of where things aren't in the studio and golden gate park and certain areas around the city as well and and this is what i love about the subject matter because there's no definitive place to go because it it still feels like sort of new hobby that a lot of people really get into so it's wild so it's like looking up it's crazy it's like looking up clubs right so that's a that's a i wanna go. Maybe facebook or twitter to see if they're club or an enthusiast group that are playing tickets. You're going in parked to point out there. Let you pick. But they point out where stuff is kind of alluding to the fact that you go back on your own and stuff is kinda coleman what do you what are you looking forward to the summer. I mean what. What's what's out there. it's popping up. Like i just think like you know things like wild edibles like see beans that you know. When i was a chef in new york city we would kind of get in the small low clam shell and these things are. Obviously you know probably four or five. Maybe maybe even more you know days out of the water but you know along the the one a one up from marin county going up towards tomorrow's bay there's just cluster after cluster after closer succulent beautiful bright green beans. That are like interesting green. Bean seawater pop. They're just going to ask. So what are you excited about the summer. What what are you looking forward to There's a lot of stuff coming out of the coast right now. A lot of the kelp is available. do dry using dr combo for dashi or some sort of concentrated vegan broth but to realize that that you don't have to necessarily use it from a dry point guy. She's he's a he's a fresh. When did they really listen. Even cook it eat it that way. The item itself instead of just infusing. That's beautiful yeah. There's like there's like these like big Combo plants that wash up on the beach and stinson all the time. I've taken quite a few times. Rents it really. Well i feel like the the the the big flow leaves off the top of it. 'cause it looks like a gigantic leak almost right but yeah but the stalk neon green. You've got a boil it couple times really going to get the bitter tannin flavor that want to pull out of it but you boil it once or twice I've used it as pickles. And the caller is insane. And it just sort of this this Seawater this this ocean assault. Salt note That i think is just. It's just insane which is beautiful raw fish. Yeah there's a lot of a lot of cool stuff out there the A new zealand spinach which grows right outside the parks la. I always have that kind of has the same like oceanic flavor middle herbal with those little water like cellular pods in the back of it. That's a so juicy and crunchy right. Yeah that's a lot of stuff out there. Yeah i love them. And i guys listen You are listening to one of my favorite chefs in san francisco. Jason from radius You got website where people can Can can check you out were Tell them where you're at restaurants. So radius is located at seven th and folsom. I've been there for about four years. The radios the restaurant has. I've been there for about ten months Our website is radius. Sf dot com and. That's very fantastic. So if you're in the city check it out Jason would've everybody listening. Thanks so much. For being part of the podcast. Thank you all right. Talk to you soon. I guys that's that's going to wrap up another Addition of inside the test kitchen. I really wanted to jump into this. I've got one more week on the road With the great food truck race. We're wrapping up the finale This week starting off in tampa. I can't really divulge that's it. You're not in tampa I'm not in tampa right this second. But i'm northern california but Leaving tomorrow and heading back out on the road we get warmer week of it And then i'm really looking forward to summertime got like about on the road since november. I think you have been. I have been shot Food court wars from early last fall into the spring had three week break and then we jumped into the truck race so i am looking forward to unpacking my suitcase for a very long period of time But so we want to jump into this next week we're going to return to Phone calls and everybody else involved in it and look forward to following us on twitter. Instagram on tyler florence and also on bb m Which would just kinda jumped into which is fantastic user. Experience can eat all techy with you and That's a eric. thanks so much appreciate it. Thank you and guys will zoe's we will talk to you next week an inside the test kitchen..
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"California has a crush on you moon. Everybody welcome back to this week in the task. We've got chef. Jason winning from radius and san francisco A really talented chef. Who's very passionate about four gene. As matter of fact his entire menu is based off of foraging. I want to get him into the conversation Because we just got off the phone with connie green And she's such a fascinating person. I could literally listen to her all day long..
"tyler" Discussed on Podcasts – Tyler Florence Test Kitchen
"Making sheep's milk cheeses right here. We're products many more things for you to tasted picnic. I don't be rude. I'm unsure my much of my project when somebody's You know you guys got biscuits here in the middle. I'm a diversified. It's not it's not a lot it's just leg. Okay so you guys like loaves and fishes you know like what do you get to split up. See now with everything going on. We had in the candlestick maker. We've got the baker for the biscuits the butcher we've almost got a nursery rhyme happening. It's it's definitely. It's definitely fairytale question. Where do you. Where do you see like the future of american cookery going going forward. Is it going backwards as if somewhere in the middle. I personally would like to see it. Be somewhere in the middle and as long as we keep. I mean we just made biscuits from my grandmother made biscuits from can she took the cannon smack an exploded outside of the count to call from biscuits the biscuits out of a can over here. And they're they're pretty awesome. Crowd probably agrees whoever got the taste of biscuits and that she's beautiful so tell me. The process by the sheets has got a little ashwell. This is our mountain may cheese. And it's all based off of the classic. Cambier soft ripened style cheese comedy and this one the grayish bluish that you see in here is a vegetable ash coats the cheese where Let's see this is the magnolia to be more the neutral if you if you went to the store kind of compare it to cam and bear because everybody usually sees it in the gourmet market and stuff. I love. she smoked cheese. They're getting better. they're getting better right. Awesome all right so you guys get the biscuit round. Two of here she gets. What about you guys in the back and somebody gonna come on. These people got the expensive seats. Not i'm going to make some friends. You got to pieces okay. I think eric think you probably going to have to keep going about two or three more hundred more times more biscuit making machine so so so. This is the milk cheese and the other allies. Both of these are sheep's okay. We're we're to the farm to table concept and everything else. i mean. this is sheep's milk season right now. Right the upset spring she seasons. You get that season right because the baby born. I love that mother. nature made it right. We're not doing anything that is not supposed to be happening. I i've been a winemaker from us. Ten years and i had a great opportunity to work with michelman dhabi for six those seniors and tony colton. Who's winemaker and they've had forty harvests together right. So i'm walking the vines and we're ready to harvest soviet soviet-bloc and and tony. How do you know when this is exactly ready. Because he has this little. Obi wan kenobi jedi mind. Trick thing he just knows like you know when you know when you know he just and he said see those little specks on the grape. I'm like actually that because you know what that is. I'm like i mean. I guess i'm not really sure because those are be bites so the bees can smell the sugar and they bite and pierce a hole in the grape and then the birds can smell so he says winemaker harvested grapes somewhere between the bees and the birds. They said that's just how you know like like nature's hooks it up this way making in cheap smoke season. I mean god that was same trying to try the f. The salt is beautiful. So so how long does take to ripen thirty to forty five days so we we. We manufacture hurt. She's making makes three different software cheeses. We actually have another one that i unfortunately couldn't bring it's rubbed with spent grain from beer. Making operation from a brewery wasn't ready. I wasn't ready kind of the same texture and everything else but she really can get the hoppy and grains from and then we manufacturing age cheese. Eric took out passing biscuits. We're we do now has to sit for six months the raw milk cheese. It's not legal for six months anyway but Six to nine month that window. And there's when it's going to be really right so tell me how important the biscuit festival is region and because you do a big brush here Two hundred person brunch yesterday. Anybody was there. Thank you for being there. Well you know. I think i got serious picnic going on a period. I ching breath. I'm sorry some wine. She's cheese and a fried chicken. Romance is awesome. Well biscuit festival. The first we've been involved with it lucky to be involved with it for from the first you're on and it just celebrates to me southern heritage. You know you. You told your stories about biscuits. My grandmother used to again on the side of the counter. Sometimes you know that was biscuits sometimes but my mother was a great biscuit maker. You know still a great biscuit maker terrorism. Sorry mom shouldn't around too early but you know just white lily in knoxville tennessee. A all these things bring back memories. They speak to our heritage. And that's really what food to me is a redneck child in the mountains of east tennessee. We shot stuff too. Yeah yeah.
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"Hey everybody welcome back to inside the test kitchen tyler florence and we are here the two thousand and fourteen biscuit festival the We're raising the roof lazing beautiful tennessee theater and beautiful downtown knoxville and eric harrelson or corporate chef. Coming out eric. And once you guys starting in the podcast you're going to be really character. come on sale. Oh the folks. Eric harrelson's our corporate chapman. He makes good coast to coast. We travel around and we kind of fun demo zoltan. So we're gonna we're gonna dive into this really kind of fun biscuit recipe that we talked about guys ready to see this awesome cool good deal so so what we have here spoil it for anyone here so we know we know. There's no mirrors appear. We know there's no big so we're gonna try to hold stuff up and be very explanatory as far as what we're doing but and this might look a little tacky but trust me. This is really simple when you think about biscuits and i say this all the time when we're sort of thinking about what recipes do we really want pre machine those speakers where psyche secrets. I've never heard of what premature a microphone before it was pretty loud. Felt awkward right. But here's the deal. When you're making a biscuit i mean we have to be real ourselves for second. Like how long does it take making a biscuit. How does take a awhile. How long forty-five minutes she. She's this lady's challenging huge searching fifteen. She's bragging bright she's got a fifteen gold ribbons inner pocket. By the way. How would you take the biscuits. Thirty minutes twenty thirty minutes including women the evidence zach including more than the other which is actually really important so so how many people have a pancake home. You got pancake riddle. Come on you know what's down there in the cat someplace. You may have lost the court to it. You may not be able to give power to it. But she's got one so what we're going to do is we're going to put together a biscuit. That in my opinion has the same emotional connection to a very traditional recipe. But we're going to approach it from a different point of view right so we're using lebane- agent right so using baking powder baking soda. We're using two different kinds of moisture reason water. Is i want a light biscuit. We're using buttermilk for tain. We're going to melt. The butter down to the butter is not necessarily in separated chunks but it has a universal butter flavor from using white lily. Flower joel right. There's an option exactly. I think it makes the best biscuits. So this is where this gets really kind of interesting because to me the floppiness right with a traditional recipe the fluffing from taking coal butter cutting it and small size pieces. It's got to be frozen to write. That gets folded into the flower so the butter gets coated with flour. So those little cell pockets. You won't call them get locked in there and then when you add the moisture. The butter becomes a solid mass. In the buttermilk. Right when you roll the biscuit dough out you cut it you take that biscuit as is you can throw it on a sheet pan to the oven. The heat transfer causes the biscuit to rise. The melting of the butter causes the biscuit to separate into flakes in the different layers. Right so when the butter melts does a couple of things the fat permeates the biscuits has good flavor to it right but then the whole that creates the steam butter pushes the biscuit up. Its steam that pushes a biscuit and causes it to rise. We have made a though that uses a whipped cream canister and the same cartridge used whipped. Cream we're going to inject air into a biscuit dough and then we're going to put it on a pancake riddle and making the biscuit dough and then having a complete cook biscuit i can do it and twelve minutes. Please don't out yourself on paper paper on at twelve minutes so eric talked me through the rest of here. What do you got okay. So we got we ever flower so people can powder soda are yeah sugar. How the hell. Yeah hell yeah butter butter in order to get all this right and then we have butter milk and a little water fifty fifty buttermilk and water role in. So we're all in so. This replaces the idea of freezing the butter and cutting the butter and folding the about iran. Because the day it's going to melt anyway what we wanted air bubbles. We want air bubbles not necessarily melted butter. And you don't have to worry about over mixing it with which is another which another important thing to you know. Sometimes we overwork biscuit and get really tough right which you could see this. Let me see if we can hold it up a little bit so you guys can see this. See this batter. Okay so this batter soft all right so it's incorporated so this this would not be biscuit dough. Whatever hold up right like this is. This does too soft to roll out right. So you'd have to add more flour to this which we create a denser product. And we've actually made a doe that stops right here. The next thing is incorporating air hypo.
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"Please let's at this time. Give a big east tennessee big orange. Welcome to tyler florence knoxville. Wow this beautiful theater this place. You guys have to get time. Did you guys have a couple of biscuits this weekend. You know what. I am really happy to be here. I grew up in greenville south carolina. So it's not too far away. Thank greenville couple of greenland people. Here green vegas they call it the vegas that is greenville. The food culture. Here i think is very important. And i think it's important on a lotta different levels to be preserved. And i think what's happening here in a pockets of the south the really kind of representing what i call. Great american heritage cookery at it's finest and to have the international biscuit festival here in knoxville. Some pretty special. Don't you think so tonight. We got something fun for you. How many people are techy. You listen to podcasts and stuff like that podcast people like podcast so this recording right now as a matter of fact what. We're recording right. The second is actually going to on a podcast called inside the test kitchen. And it's a new multimedia platform that we're working on in marin county california where i live marin and every week as a matter of fact almost every day we're going to be producing great content great recipes video contents and places that we can interact together. And i like this new idea. Lot test. kitchen is really a think tank. Because i want to cook stuff that you guys really want to watch me cook or learn how to cook or cooke yourselves. So we're going to be producing this new multimedia platform that you'll see kind of unraveling and really develop between now and november twelfth. Cookbook called inside. The kitchen comes out in november fourth. And we've got a big coast to coast bookstore coming up. We're definitely gonna try to knoxville for sure. Our good friends from food network of here and the new idea of having this think tank lab bill to create new concepts and create new ideas and food. I think that to me is just fantastic. So we can dive into things like preserving american heritage cookery right and really kind of nailing down great recipes and also giving you guys a place where we can talk to each other so if you if you send me an email and i'm not kidding it'll be the simple. Listen i got this tuna noodle casserole. It'll be like food nine one one back in the day i'm talking about i got this tuna noodle castle can't get it right. Bubba about will actually make that next week. We might be a little twist on it right but we'll make something really kind of fun. So what you listening to tonight. What we're recording tonight. It'll probably be up in a couple of days. We'll be a podcast available on itunes and it's under the new and noteworthy section in the podcast section and also on android right so view the new android gas and play along too so we got a couple of fun things for tonight. We are going to be doing some cooking right. That was a little tricky to figure out this beautiful theater. Don't wanna bring you flames. Although i do here. Kenny rogers has some fireworks. Your last night so smells like the gambler up here. But we're going to be making this kind of cool biscuit tonight because in the spirit of the test kitchen also the biscuit festival. We thought we'd make a new interesting twist on biscuit. What's your favorite part of a biscuit is. The crunch is the soft texture on the inside the crunch top right the butter the butter. You gotta have the butter. So there's a lot of schools and philosophies matter of fact john craig the biscuit boss the founder the festival we were talking for two hours and honestly. He's backstage right now. We could talk for two more about biscuits because to me as far as american heritage. Cookery right a thing like a biscuit. Translate so many different ways right. it's all nuances. i'm also a winemaker. in california cabernet sauvignon. Grapes are technically the same thing. You can get nuances of tear war. Cloning and that kind of thing. But if you've got a alexander valley. Cabernet sauvignon or rutherford cabot. Cabernet sauvignon grape on you. Take it to two different winemakers. You're going to get two different things. And i think it's the same thing with biscuits writes about texture. So we're we've invented a new way to make bread out of a whip cream machine kind coal. No one seen this premiering this tonight and it might even be a little. Thank you very much applaud. When you see when we pull it off might slovene all the drawing room stage but to me if you really think about a biscuit. My grandmother taught me how to make when i was a kid. My grandmother in lincoln county georgia florence. Mama was her name. Name is edith. And she's little lady about this big she. She was taller. When i remember when i was little. But we might. It was a rural part of georgia and my grandfather was a jack of ally different traits. Because back. then you kind of had to be weren't really like there was a town doctor but other than that people did. People survived right so he was a carpenter and he was a farmer right and he and he shared a lot of things so every year we harvest couple of hogs right. And i remember a grapple the house and the back where you'd smoke some ham and my grandmother take the trimmings from the harvest hog and she boil it down and we'd have lord and that's what she made biscuits with. That's what she scrambled eggs as a kid so is delicious. Moisture to me is the secret of a beautiful biscuit. It's gotta be fluffing. It's gotta be light right not necessarily dance because then you sorta tiptoeing into like irish soda bread right when he gets to crunching to debts right. I mean it's when it's too crunchy. It's actually really nice. Be smothered with good sausage gravy in a poached egg. It's kind of nice to have contrast but a biscuit alone if analyzing of biscuit for a biscuit it's gotta have three thinks it's got a good texture on the outside. It's got up a crunch contrast. So i think it's got to have a good fluffy center moist and fluffy center. And then what. This'll you talk about the sooner. It's got like butter right. That's what i want. we've We've come up with a really great recipe for that we're gonna show later and then we have to unbelievable gas tonight. I think you guys are gonna kick off. And also we've set up some microphones here at the end. If i start thinking about your cooking questions now right and if you made somebody some bad clams or if you burn the house down. It won't leave this room except for the podcasts. It won't leave this room. We'll blurp out your name. You can be anonymous but if something happened to you in. The kitchens probably happened somebody else right. And and we'll we'll we'll we'll fix it and so that'll be at the end. We're gonna have john craig. The festival founder of.