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"university puget" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:24 min | 3 months ago

"university puget" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Stephanie when I tell you this is Do you know what, Um, milk pie is, Yeah. Christina Tosi is milk bar pie. Okay, so I had heard about milk bar pie, and I knew that it was hers. But I've never really had it. It used to be called crack pie Woz of a bomb. She decided not to call it that anymore because it was a little a little derivative. So she included a couple of slices of this pie in my order. Okay. Like of all the things I had in the two weeks of back pain. Sorry, Kurt. That was the best milk bar pie, is it? It was so great from National Gallery. She did it because you inordinate it Yeah, Someone's recipe, and she made it. Okay, So if you're looking to help someone out who's sick, or if you just want a little help, because you're not a great cook, or you need a couple of miles away because you're sick of cooking all the time, Nash and gather I think everybody's sick of Mattias. Not the weekly that most people my sisters like If I have to talk one more mill. Tell you there's it's hard for me. I was pimping the mother's a meal kits, and I'm still down for those. I think it's a great idea, especially if you want to cook for your mom. And you really can't get a meal kit. But just saying I'm probably never gonna order me. Guess you will open. Just like I said, I'm going to not eat out five days a week. Well, you will. Well, no, actually enjoyed them. So that's the thing I'm getting Take out. I'm still doing take out but the milk it where I have to follow your instructions to put together this thing I can Doing anywhere. Oh, I think travail has done a great job with them. But even that true and like Grand Cafe those were the only two that I would do. Um Okay, So here's my second one. I'm just being honest. My second one is I was at Billy Sushi last night. And that's in the North loop and open during the pandemic. So if you haven't then you should check him out. He's great when he was we had a big story on him in the March issue on D. He's just, you know, an obvious friend, but we went He's good friends. He loves Jake, like he's a good game, baby fan. And so we went to celebrate giant babies, You know, acceptance in the university, Puget Sound and everything else, but he was busy. You know, I mean, and Billy was busy, and so it's like, Usually we sitting, we chat with him and you know, we get sushi, and it's a good but I have to tell you we had such a great experience. We sat in the middle of the sushi bar, and we had We had baska. I think his name out. Yeah, Baska, Who is Billy's nephew? Actually, but he was our sushi staff shoes. This is how you do this sushi chef, And if you sit there and you order from your sushi shaft, you just say I know we just did this just No, this is we're in your hands. I can't possibly think of what to order. I don't know. I haven't thought about. Like, what kind of sushi I want so We left ourselves in his hands and wow, just the stuff that came out. Do you have to give like a dollar amount? Nobody What you can do. You can say Excuse me, you can say You know, we're looking to spend like about, you know, 100 bucks each or like, you know, we're thinking like that, or you or else you could do where I was like I knew it was gonna be a celebration, so I'm fine to spend what I'm gonna spend. But like, I'm like we're going to give you when I get full. I need you to stop. Okay, So it's like you can either do that or the other or you can say like we're really into salmon. I'm really super hungry for salmon. So aim that way or like we don't like you do with drinks at a bar. Like when you want to meet here and you say to Rob Jones. I really loved you and rob human. Anything Citrus? Yeah, Hook me up. Yeah, so, but I just and he's just a lovely person, and he was just It was fun to chat with him, and we talked about, you know, the Seattle area. We talked about Rahman and we talked about all the things so it's just that thing where, like, If you're Looking for that kind of experience. I just have to recommend you can ask to sit in Baskas section. Okay, So my second one is kind of a mother's day thing. Truffle Hill Chocolates is a local chocolate here in Excelsior. Yes, they are. And boy, how do you find out about them? Because, Stephanie, I'm starting to do a little research on the West. Okay, had a Jackson the V F W and Golden Valley and they know about Excelsior Hill. Chocolate means the truffle hills like Excuse me, Trump the hotel Little House. Like up on a hill. Did you go there? Yeah. Okay. Yes, And they have a chocolate and they have these delicious dark chocolate pecan turtles. They have delicious salted Carmel's They also have something that I did not eat. That is in my refrigerator waiting for me to feel better. Which is popcorn with chocolate and caramel on it because popcorns hard for me to digest. Yeah, right. But if you're looking for something for your mama, that would be a great place to go. Okay. By the way, have you got two Shooters Tavern yet? Actually, we were on our way to Schuyler's Tavern, and we stopped at the V. F W first and then we only wanted to have one beer and we went home. But no, we're close. Okay, It's open. It's totally a year. It's like a totally year and Kurt kind of because it's a supper club, right. It's just a tavern. It's just like it's like a V F W It actually feels not dissimilar. But they have great chicken wings. I did win $8 and pull tabs. Good. Check the DFW for the veterans. It's pretty happy about that. Chicken wings that Schuyler's Yeah, they're falling. Is that a really good? I could go there today. Stephanie. You know, you really could. All right. We're gonna take a break. You guys would come back. We are gonna have Michelle Mazzara and we're gonna talk about spicy things. We'll be right back. This is a weekly dish brought to you by or needles. 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"university puget" Discussed on Swimming Upstream Radio Show

Swimming Upstream Radio Show

06:01 min | 2 years ago

"university puget" Discussed on Swimming Upstream Radio Show

"If coming to the health center and giving. For hours twice a month is too much than leisurely kicking back watching TV in sewing hearts is a great way to give. Well, I think we ought to tell people a little bit about the hearts because we though the what we really really brought us together. I had written about Georgia. Now, see this the part of my mind that remembers names judges what was her less. Judges daughter Illinois are. Yeah. Yeah. And she we met her on oxide. I've been telling people about my new book in this is the last chapter in the book is chew tells approaches sound write it down. Anyway, we went there, and we we would with the show is called my hometown. And we would go and spend several days on location and ask the people that live there. But they wanted to tell about what they wanted people to know. So I met a net Lenore, and she was she had just gotten started making a feeling hearts as we call him. Why didn't you tell a little bit about what the hearts were in how share? Yeah. Senator feely hearts history. There is thirty years old. So bear with me as I tried piece it together but back in nineteen eighty eight or celebrating our thirty th year this year, which is so exciting. We had volunteered. Still have she's still volunteering with us thirty years later, Margie Williams who was in. Our little group are four to six year old kiddos, and she created this large kind of hand held size. Velvet heart to use a talking stick for the kids in groups. So they could paddle around did know who was talking and the kids were reluctant to give it up 'cause it was squishy in comforting. And so they were cuddling with the heart. So she decided to make smaller handheld ones for them as a comfort item to have in group, and they took off from there. The kids where passing him to other friends of theirs or other family members that they thought needed comfort, and so she'd make more make more make more and it's now become this large program where we get requests from all over the world asking us to mail them feeling hearts because they read about it in my grandfather's blessing, which is a book that features them, and they're just all over now, which will the part of the story that I know is that it is. I say I visited visited Lenore now at the time were there a lot of people making heart. She was the only one I do. I think it was Margie and Lenore for good many years and people would hear about it or see them and ask how they could get involved in make them right now. Our biggest contributors are the valley lions clubs. That's group of folks that make them for us. And then there's five eight ADA Epsilon or find ADA kaffa. Can't remember it's the national Honor Society university Puget Sound led by Alison paradise. They make several hearts for us. And then we get boxes shipped throughout the year will just come into the office one day in there will be a box of hearts from Florida or from New York, and it's really fun to see how people can start them differently in. They're all very unique. Now, the ones I haven't actually have a good my house the volunteers have made since Lenore passed away that they just thought you know, that you would like it. But we didn't know where to take them. So this good. So I do have those. But. They are little about all I'd say that to the ones we have by two and a half inches across maybe a little about that size, and they are a squishy feely. That's a Georgia. Roar was the starter kind of call him that for us this. They were feeling hearts, and so we had box bags and factory. We were there last to do the show, and she was we had the picture papers last one we had ever adventure. She was eighty at my age and win. We sat there on the on the air on camera. And she even so she was like, I say she was passed passed eighty past and she is slowly away. And she was able to make a heart in about four minutes. And I was nearly able to get my needle threat. So it was it was quite, but it meant the thing that thing that struck me about the hearts as far as Lenora was concerned one. She was very very concerned and. Glad about where they were going and she felt very obligated because she didn't want any child who wanted our our adults not just children who wanted to go without. So the day. We were there a little little I think it was a little granddaughter was playing in the basket of heart shoot again in there. You know, pile them over herself she was about four, I suppose, but anyway, I I so associate the hearts with with Lenore, and she would get up in the more in those days that was her work. She would get up in the morning. She would that she would have rectus. She would go to work making it really really was heartwarming. But I think I think it's good to point out to people that if there's something that you can do that you want to do or that you are able to do don't let the fact that. It doesn't seem to be hitting in the norm hold

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"university puget" Discussed on Half the Fun

Half the Fun

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"university puget" Discussed on Half the Fun

"I you know i deaf this is what i wanted to talk to you about when you were talking a little bit about identity and things like that in ten about you know of your being half korean or definitely denting as asian american i on my own reflection when i think about asian studies or being drawn to like like anime or like hong kong films i just put it together maybe a few years ago that i was kind of drawn to this these things because they're in in a in a sense there were people that looked like me and even though it wasn't like american culture like these were like asians that were funny or leaves or stupid or like action heroes that were doing martial arts which is something that i don't think we really found when we were growing up now definitely not basically asian people were just like oh the scientist in drastic park early be as start by beating long visited university puget sound pd john man yeah it's it's been very very nice and i watch fresh off the boat and it's it's not the best comedy out their best show but i do love seeing a full agent family on tv i agree and i i like it a little bit i might get a little bit more mileage out of it granted they tell the story of taiwanese family but there's a lot of like chinese american like touchstone.

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"university puget" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

WIMS AM 1420

02:36 min | 4 years ago

"university puget" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

"In the nineteen ninety four classic filmed the shawshank redemption prisoners are strongly encouraged by their warden to embrace christianity in the hip netflixing series oranges the new black prison is shown is a place where religion is a constant and the chapel is a staple of life even under the state run banner john your ersan a professor of religion of university puget sound and author of god in captivity the rise of faith based prison ministries in the age of mass incarceration says these portrayals are rooted in reality she says the role of religion and american prison has been a constant from the beginning presidents have always been writer and apple and people turn down that perk creditors on our country where called penitentiary pair have that term but in pennsylvania and up in new york they were created by regulatory armored there would be more humane than what have they operate in either and rich hanging people banning people yeah you know they believe that he got an entry to become the quaker ironically and then i am because you can't penitentiary near philadelphia actually put people individual foul and pay clear prayer and reflection that they would be covered in her light to transform the no longer connect a criminal act even though the country values the separation of church and state hers and says the vast majority of prisons still remain religious hot beds of sorts about ninety four percent of all eight and federal iraq have religious programming as a really central part of how they operate go on any given day they'll have local groups which depending on where they're located in the country but generally tend to be more eighty and christian and i mean crowded nondenominational christian hearing bible study worship service but also at eight have been unable here on the program and credit if it taken over a lot of options that could have done that they do drug addiction brain trauma counselling the education and other programs that might have been conducted by that are people chronicle back according to hers and these christian ministries can often be the only access prisoners have to certain services.

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