17 Burst results for "Vicky Merrick"

"vicky merrick" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

01:31 min | 2 months ago

"vicky merrick" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"You might just learn to love the king of vegetables. That's it for this week show. If you tuned into later binge listening every single episode, you can download Milk Street. Radio Apple Podcast spotify forever you find your podcasts. Learn more about milk street. Please go to one, seven, seven, milk streak, dot com there. You can find recipes take a free online cooking class or order our latest cookbook milk street fast and slow instant pot cooking and speed you need. You can also find us on facebook Christopher Kimble's street on instagram and twitter and one, seven, seven milk. Street. We'll be back next week with more food stories and thanks as always for listening. Christopher Kimble's Milk Street radio is produced by Milk Street in association with W. G. B. H. Executive Producer Melissa Bongino Senior Audio Editor Melissa Allison Co Executive Producer Andy sensabaugh associate producer Jackie noack. Production Assistant Sarah Class and production help from Debbie Paddock senior audio engineer David Goodman additional editing from Vicky Merrick Sydney Lewis, and Samantha Brown an audio mixing from. Atlantic public media in woods. Hole Massachusetts. Theme Music By crew additional music by George Bernard Igwe. Kris Jenner Kimble's milk street radio abused by Pete Artifacts..

"vicky merrick" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"vicky merrick" Discussed on The Moth

"Hostess. Our was Sarah Austin gymnast. The most producing director Sarah also directed the stories in this show. I'M GONNA call all the names of the folks who did not get to go up tonight. Please come on up and tell us the first sentence of your story. The rest of the most direct staff includes Catherine Burns Sarah Haberman Jennifer Hickson and make bowls production support from Genoa Berman and brandon actor. My mother caused the blackout in New York back to prove a point mall. Stories are true is remembered an affirmed by storytellers moth events recorded by argot studios in New York City supervised by Palmer West first time that I ever crowd surfed. Two things happened one. I got dropped on my head and two I aw man I was going to marry our theme. Music is by the drift other music in this hour from Johnny cash the books and Tom McDermott and Evan Christopher it was my first Michigan State University and I moved into a dorm that said LBJ t it didn't know what that was more radio hours produced. I buy me Jay Allison with Vicky Merrick Atlantic public media in woods hole Massachusetts when I was fifteen. My Dad lost his job that meant that he could go on spring break with me. This hour was produced with funds from the corporation for Public Broadcasting Testing the National Endowment for the arts and the John D and Catherine T. MacArthur foundation committed to building a more just verdant and peaceful world the moth radio hour our is presented by the public radio exchange P. R. X. Donaghmore. I got a phone call from my girlfriend asked me about why I had proposed over snail mail and I had the more about our podcast for information and pitching your own story and everything else you can go to our website them off dot org. My first mistake was assuming that the walrus would be reasonable..

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"vicky merrick" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"vicky merrick" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"On top of the stove skill the sounds and smells cooking really essential to what makes cooking pleasurable sociable convenience always comes price aw that's it for today. If you tune in later and listen again you can download and subscribe to most radio wherever you find your podcasts to learn more about milk street. Please go to one seven awesome. No street dot com there. You can download each week's recipe taken online cooking class or order our latest cookbook milk street tuesday nights. You can also find us on facebook at christopher kimble's milk street in on instagram and twitter at one seven seven street. We'll be back next week and thanks of course for listening. <music> <music> <music> christopher campbell's milk street radio is produced by milk street in association with w. G. b. h. Executive producer melissa gino senior editor melissa allison producer andy sensabaugh associate associate producer jackie nolaac production assistant stephanie cone and production help from debbie paddock senior audio engineer douglas sugar additional editing from vicky merrick sydney lewis and haley faker and audio mixing jay allison at atlantic public media in woods hole massachusetts. The music nick by chubu crew additional music by george brendel agok christopher kimble's milk street radio is distributed by p r in a..

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"vicky merrick" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"vicky merrick" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"That Kabukicho is a magic health elixir, and I've been urged to consume biodynamic wines seeds cacao nibs yogurt Kefir kimchi, mangosteen, Koumas and Lebanon. Finally, my doctor told me recently that I needed vitamin d but I simply ignored it. In fact, I now ignore all health advice. I drink water when I'm I I enjoy one food I can't cow in my chocolate mousse, and I threw out the mangosteen after all. It's pretty simple cook. And enjoy good food. That's the attornal prescription. That's it for this week show. If you tuned into late, you can always download those straight radio podcasts Spotify or every you catcher your podcasts. Please remember to subscribe that way. You'll get every episode downloaded to your phone each week. To learn more about Millstreet, please visit us at one seven seven milk street dot com. You can find each week's recipe. Watch the new season of television show. Subscribe to our magazine or order, our new cookbook milk streak Tuesday nights. You can also find us on Facebook at Christopher Kimble's milk street in on Instagram and Twitter at one seventy seven milk street who've back next week with more food stories, and of course, thanks for listening. Christopher Kimble's milk street radio is produced by milk street in association with W G B executive producer Melissa vault. Senior audio editor Melissa Allison producer Andy suits of associate producer Jackie Nowak production. Assistant deafening cone and production. Help from Debbie. Paddock senior audio engineer Douglas sugar, additional editing. Vicky Merrick Sydney Lewis and hilly Fager and audio mixing from Jay Allison at Atlantic public media in woods hole. Massachusetts be music by two crew. Additional music by George brindell. Egg, lock Christopher Kimble's milk street radio is distributed by Pete art..

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"vicky merrick" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"vicky merrick" Discussed on The Moth

"I don't have to worry about everything. And I just unfortunately that made me start sobbing, and I could not stop sobbing for the rest of the day with really expensive musicians. I is standing around going. Yeah. Well, when she gets this performance will start playing along. And the studios like two thousand dollars a day. And I'm like Rodney, we've we've gotta just cancel. We gotta we gotta cancel and I'll come back in a week. And he goes, oh, no Ono. We're going to wait this out. I don't care how long it takes take your time. I'm going to be here. And you're going to be here when you perform that song I'm going to wait for the performance. That's on the other side of that wall of tears, and that's the reform sits on the record today. And I can hear my voice even now when I hear it the sound. Of the calm after the storm. The sound of somebody who has been through the worst and finds themselves in a place where they can sing I'll be ok forever after and the world will get along. Thank you. Beth Nielsen Chapman was inducted into the songwriting hall of fame in two thousand sixteen. She's released nine solo albums and is a two time Grammy award nominee for songs have been recorded by Bonnie, Raitt, Willie Nelson can mow Roberta flack Elton, John the indigo girls. Not to mention faith Hill's mega hit this kiss. And that list goes on. You can find this song seven shades of blue on bets album sand. Two. And the world get along. Kids. Jeez. That's it for this episode. We hope you'll join us again. Next time for the moth radio hour. Your host this hour was Meg bows. Meg also directed the stories in the show the rest of the most direct staff includes Catherine burns, Sarah Haberman, Sarah, Austin, genus, Jennifer, Hickson production, support from Timothy most stories are true is remembered in the firm by the storytellers our theme music by the drift other music in this hour from Bill for Zell Kice, Jared and best Neilsen Chapman. You can find links to all the music us at our website. The moth radio hour is produced by me. Jay Allison with Vicky Merrick at Atlantic public media in woods hole. Massachusetts this hour was produced with funds from the National Endowment for the arts. Moth radio hour is presented by p r x for more about our podcast for information on pitching your own story and everything else. Go to our website, dumb off dot org.

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"vicky merrick" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"vicky merrick" Discussed on The Moth

"That was eric s lander lander is one of the principal leaders of human genome project and serves as president and founding director of the broad institute all the stories you've heard this hour are available at the i tune store you can pitch us your own story at the moth dot org you may get a call back from us inviting you develop your story with one of our directors and tell it at a live moth event that's it for the moth radio hour we hope you'll join us next time and that's the story from the mall this live event was produced in collaboration with the world science festival learn more at world science festival dot com special thanks to tracy day brian greene and kate roth the stories in the hour directed by kathryn burns artistic director of them off and sarah austin janice are producing director the rest of the most direct toil staff includes sarah haberman jennifer hickson make bowls productions import from genoa berman and brandon exter most true is remembered and firm by the storytellers moth events recorded by argot studios in new york city supervised by paul wrist or theme music is by the drift other music in this hour from tin hat trio the most produced for radio by me jay allison at atlantic public media and woods hole massachusetts with help from vicky merrick this hour was produced with funds from the corporation for public broadcasting the national endowment for the arts.

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"vicky merrick" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"vicky merrick" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The last twenty or thirty years it does seem to have picked up speed that said french doesn't quite see the passive investing revolution as a revolution i believe we are seeing a shift from active toward passive i think that's pretty clear but i don't think it's quite as pronounced as most people argue that's because so much new money has been flowing into etf's etf is an exchange traded fund which may look a lot like a passive index fund but what's unique about etf's is you can trade them all day and and extra the volume raja of trading special in thanks etf's to jeffrey french kimbler says richard suggests hake that wreck many stone traders and are not truly passive vicky merrick i think of fran passive ills is and essentially elizabeth sure a by old i will see they wall buy it today on the other side and they hold it for years and years and we're not seeing that in the marketplace some of the people are certainly doing that but it appears large fracture the mark bet said is plainly been an acceleration away from traditional active management why i interpret that as one of the consequences of the financial crisis so before the crisis people had this view that wall street was our friend and after the crisis a lot more cynical about these that are being charged and serve services that are being provided by wall street and at a certain point the investing public turns around and says hey you know this is rigged this is a tough gig why am i wasting my time picking stocks paying commissions paying high mutual fund costs i could just index there are of course plenty of alternative views especially from those who profit from old school active investing still you can imagine that if every investor in the world held pretty much the same investments well what would that lead to a research note from the investing firm sanford bernstein argued that passive investing is quote worse than marxism in that it threatens legitimate give and take that is central to any market ken french again one of the beautiful things that happens out there in the market his price discovery and i would never argue all prices are right but i think prices are pretty darn good and.

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"vicky merrick" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"vicky merrick" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Susan very mc for the sound of one hand waving for this one let's go to the beach for a one minute and four second vacation on the island when we were in the water and we realized we weren't able to get back in we had some friends that were on the beach and so we started waving to them we were kind of doing double hand wave thing over our heads and our friend just kept waving back she was standing in talking to some other people on the beach now must have happened two or three times we wave like crazy and she waved back and then when we got on the surfboard later when the surfer picked us up and we still couldn't get in we were waiting again and again she thought we asked draft which is why did you think we were waiting she said we thought you were just trying to show issue on the surfboard with this guy got you know we're waving frantically like to tell you what we're on a surfboard with a nineteen year old and nobody got it and we were sufficiently panicked and nobody saw anything but a bunch of women at that ladies beach waving to their friends petty martin from target dr jim seltzer she has since passed away at five sound of no hands clapping vicky merrick and eric kip and jay allison who's the voice you hear listen.

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"vicky merrick" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"vicky merrick" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Okay there you have it you'll never get rid of all the alcohol but there will be much left if you do a nice slow similar in a wide scale thank you kenji earned things are you know most of us think of food science is the art of perfecting recipes using science to optimize flavour texture yet the idea of perfection of cooking israeli at odds of the art of cooking a painting is not a perfect representation of reality for very good reason it's the personal interpretation that really counts science does help us build better technique but the creative arts gives us the inspiration to use that technique to good effect so art and science really do go handinhand does it this week for mostly radio you've listened to a podcast on apple podcast public radio or wherever you get your podcasts remember to subscribe to the show you automatically get every single show download it to your phone each week if you wanna learn more about millstreet had to one seven seven millstreet dot com there you can download each weeks recipe subscribed to her magazine and watch our first season built street television or or to the milk street cookbook we'll be back next week thanks for listening christopher kimble's milk street radio is produced by melt street in association with wgbf executive producer melissa balti producer trust and chimney associate producer carly how mattat production assistant jacking no senior audio engineers douglas shook senior audio editor melissa allison with help from vicky merrick in sydney lewis audio mixing by j allison had atlantic public media production help debbie padding see music paying tan by two bob crew additional music by george brandel act.

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"vicky merrick" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"vicky merrick" Discussed on The Moth

"The your host of this hour was deemed will burn they aim is a poet storyteller and writer from detroit she is also chief marketing director for twisted willow soap company the stories in this live of van from the music hall in portsmouth new hampshire were directed by sarah austin gymnasts and jinll pifer the rest of the most direct oil staff includes kathryn burns sarah haberman jennifer hickson and make bowls production support from timothy lou the most stories are true is remembered and affirmed by this story tellers are theme music is by drift other music in this hour from penguin cafe orchestra and jamie ciba you can find links to all the music we use at our website the mouth radio hours produced by me jay allison with vicky merrick atlantic public media and woods hole massachusetts this hour was produced with funds from the national endowment for the month radio hours presented by prix for more about our podcast for information on pitching us your own story and everything else go to our website though mall dot org hi i'm lola semi the months global producer we wanted to let you know that tickets are now on sale for our first month event in nairobi kenya join us on january twenty five at the cannes national theatre to hear sixstorey tell us from kenya nigeria tanzania and uganda all graduates of the maf global community programme telling personal stories of humility hilarity and hope go to the month dot org for details and help us spread the word.

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"vicky merrick" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"vicky merrick" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"The banishment they give thanks chris in the shower chatted with bradley on you know breads web series is called it's alive that was the name of a 1974 horror movie about a hamas cycle baby who travelled through to her trains on a murder rampage so if you think about it from maybe a bit like a horror movie inanimate foods bubble and come alive and if you do it wrong well you just might end up debt that's it for this week a ministry radio you can listen to our podcast on apple podcast radio public or wherever you get your podcasts remember to subscribe to the show you'll automatically get every single show download it to your phone each week if you wanna learn more about milk street had to one seven seven those street dot com there you can download each weeks recipe subscribe to a magazine watch our first season of no street television or order the milk street cookbook we'll be back next week thanks for listening norman christopher kimble's milk street radio is produced by milk street in association with wgbf age executive producers melissa ball dino and stephanie tender producer amy padilla associate producer carly helm attacked senior audio engineer douglas sugars senior audio editor melissa allison with help from vicky merrick in sydney lewis audio mixing by j allison atlantic public media production health debbie paddock r c music is by two bub crew additional music by george brandel o'clock christopher kimble's milk street radio is distributed by p r x.

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"vicky merrick" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"vicky merrick" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Champagne behaves differently in different classes but i would say don't be afraid to experiment if you've got some pretty glass as some fancy glasses don't be afraid to bring them out and use them agency hey conceiving of him mr vein arc i recently visited a chef abraham garcia in madrid in discovered that he had a way with words he opined that the problem with horses that they prefer to eat barley than drink whisky he pointed out that butter is like the moon in oil like the sonnen hey who doesn't love the sun but my favorite gothia quote was about his last meal he responded one should venture into the unknown on an empty stomach that's it for this week if he just tuned into mr chauffeur not you can listen to our podcast on apple podcast radio public or wherever you get your podcasts remember to please subscribe to the show you automatically get every single show download it to your phone each if you wanna learn more about milk street had one seven seven most rita com there you can download each weeks recipe subscribed to a magazine watch our first seasonable of television or ordered the milk street cookbook we'll be back next week happy new year's and thanks for listening christopher kimble's milk street radio is produced by milk street in association with wg bh executive producers melissa baldia now and stephanie sender producer amy padilla associate producer carly helm attacked senior audio engineer douglas sugar its senior audio editor melissa allison with help from vicky merrick in sydney lewis audio mixing by j allison at atlantic public media production help debbie paddock r c music is by two bub crew additional music by george brandel christopher kimble's milk street radio is distributed by p r.

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"vicky merrick" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"vicky merrick" Discussed on The Moth

"Your host this hour with sarah austin gymnasts kathryn burns directed the stories in the show along with jennifer hickson the rest of the most direct to'real staff includes sarah haberman and make bowls production support by timothy he must stories are true is remembered and affirmed by the storytellers our theme music is by the drift other music in this hour from melody creators modern mandolin quartet cs heath nigel kennedy in the coq banned prieto solo and ruby graft and george barnes quartet the the malta's produce for radio by me jay allison with vicky merrick atlantic public media in woods hole massachusetts this hour was produced with funds from the national endowment for the arts moth radio hours presented by be our ex for more about our podcast information on pitching as your own story and everything else go to our website them off dot org and have a great holiday season hi i'm lola cassani the month global producer we wanted to let you know that tickets are now on sale for our first month event in nairobi kenya join us on january twenty five at the cannes national theatre to hear sixstorey tell us from kenya nigeria tanzania and uganda all graduates of the maf global community programme telling personal stories of humility hilarity and hope go to the muffed dot org for details and help us spread the word.

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"vicky merrick" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"vicky merrick" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"You that optimum meet you omitted at the bar and got big thank you so much pleasure darkness that was at a gop nick staff writer for the new york harry craddock the head bartman of the american bar to savoie hotel in london to the 1926 30s once said that a cocktail should be trunk cold and fast now i'm not one to argue with the likes of harry critic but his pronouncement begs in obvious question which of course is should pleasure be savored or taken now i would note that those who worry about a deficit a pleasure safer it while those who are confident of surplus enjoy it quickly and bolt either way is nigel lawson one said those who feel guilty about pleasure don't deserve to have it that's it for this week if you just tuned into mr show you can listen to our podcast on apple podcast stitcher tune in google play on spotify please remember to subscribe to the show you automatically get every single show download downloaded to your phone each week if you wanna learn more about millstreet please go to one seven sevenoaks treatcom there you can download each weeks recipe subscribes the magazine watch our first season of milk street television or order the more extreme cookbook we'll be back next week thanks so much for us christopher kimble's milf street radio is produced by milk street in association with wgbf h executive producers melissa ball dino and stephanie center producer pt amy padilla associate producer carly helm attacked senior audio engineer douglas sugars senior audio editor melissa allison with help from vicky merrick in sydney lewis audio mixing by j allison at atlantic public media production helped debbie patrick r c music is by two bub crew additional music by george brandel o'clock christopher kimble's milk street radio is distributed by p r.

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"vicky merrick" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"vicky merrick" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Dr carol thank you so much anytime that was dr eric carol professor pediatrics at indiana university school of medicine also frequent contributor to the new york times upshot com okay i admitted i don't like artificial foods but what i liked even less are fraudulent foods how about air thoughts crab meat it's actually made from the pulverise paste of white fish flush with saab is often made from horseradish mustard and cream food colouring and those bacon bits that are actually vegan their me from textured soy flour caramel colors so when it comes to artificial sweeteners i have one good thing to say at least they're not frauds they have to say right at the package that they are artificial thanks for listening this week if you just tuned into mr show you can listen to our podcast on apple podcast itcher tune in google play or spotify remember to subscribe to the show go automatically get every single show download it to your phone week if you wanna learn more about milk street had to one seven seven millstreetcom you can download each weeks recipe subscribed to our magazine watch our first season millstreet television or order the milk street cookbook we'll be back next week thanks for listening limited it at a little too christopher kimble's milk street radio is produced by knock street in association with wg bh executive producers melissa ball dino and stephanie sender producer amy padilla associate producer carly helm attacked senior audio engineer douglas sugars senior audio editor melissa allison with help from vicky merrick in sydney lewis audio mixing by j allison at atlantic public media production help debbie patrick r c music is by two bub crew additional music by george brandel o'clock christopher kimble's milk street radio is distributed by p r.

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"vicky merrick" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"vicky merrick" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"A lot goes into it lock goes into it have you ever been asked the question and you couldn't you're speechless you you really i'm selling right thought like my to remember that recipes of yard fill points to make about it's it's as simple as well you know it's what i say when when folks asked me why i do what i do i mean imagine chris the animal to do this every day and sharing this with people who are essential in your home and i am the luckiest person in the world and i never take that for granted that was damon burrell chef former author of native harvest my interview with damon burrell deserved just one word you know i'm not an investigative reporter i've never pen to pearl's restaurant so i can't opine on his claims his food or even the sourcing of his ingredients but i can say from my interview that he smarties energetic and anyone who can make flower unto bark who's more for pow cooking than i do and that's enough for me whether the emperor is wearing clothes or not thanks for listening to millstreet radio especial thanks this week to the international fund for agricultural development recipes for change series which provided audio senegalese women you could listen to our weekly shows an i tuned stitcher two in also on our very own website look street radiocom where you can also download each piece recipe will be back next week christopher kimble's nook street radio is produced by milk street in association with wgbf eggs active producers melissa baldia now and stephanie stand producer amy production assistant carly helmet senior audio engineers douglas senior audio editor melissa allison with help from vicky merrick and said new.

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"vicky merrick" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"vicky merrick" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Adam gop nick staff writer for the new yorker and now staff writer for broadway not quite broadway yet but hovering in new haven let's say thanks adam thanks so much praise when i spoke with simone seti reminded me of heston blumenthal summer seaside meal if you forgotten that's the one with the ipod the place the sounds of the c while you're eating your first course one diner reportedly broke down in tears memories are powerful things for my part i don't really want my dinner to become a multi media experience but it's true the playing with wants food has an agent pedigree even the romans did it serving pheasant brains and peacock tung so instead of complaining perhaps i should just sit back put awesome headphones take a bite of scallop and just enjoy the sounds of some that's it for this week if you missed us you can always listened to milk radio on i tuned stitch or tune in and spotify and don't forget the check out our brand new website that's one seven seven milk street dot com you can get free recipes and also subscribe to our magazine thanks for listening we'll be back next week christopher kimble's no radio is produced by milk street in association with wgbf change executive producers melissa baldonnel and stephanie standard producer amy padilla production assistant carly helmet tom senior audio engineer douglas sugar senior audio editor melissa allison with help from vicky merrick and sydney lewis i am mixing by j allison had atlantic public media production help debbie patty key music to bob crew additional music by george brandel edgar christopher kimble's milk street radio is distributed by p r.

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