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"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

07:06 min | 4 months ago

"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"I. I quickly got up and scarf. Apple crumble my friend. The Best Go to 'cause where I live. The closest restaurant is Broadway in riverside south, and they got a patio there. That's quite nice and out of the Blue I never order apple crumble, even though I always like it when I have it, and they brought one with one of those giant plates, apple crumble massive couple of Scoops Vanilla, ice, cream, and then caramel sauce, hot sauce dangled all over top of it. It was the best desert I've had in a long time. Yeah, yeah, that was. That's my go to you and I got a lot in common their parts. That was and when I was a kid got me thinking you know. About we like my mother Fed us. She five kids going at once here and so meals were like. Throwing stuff together, roast beef dinner in on Sunday nights that lasted until Thursday rose Yorkshire Pudding. No not yards, but the mashed okay, always always the veg. And then this thing would the next day it would be roast beef sandwiches to got. It got sort of a little less. Good Steve over the rest of the week. My mom had all sorts of designs. Roast beef sandwiches and then. Cold. then. It was hot, hot beef. Sandwich Steve Okay with the Gravy, not bad okay, and then on the Wednesday. Stephen would be cold roast beef with some ketchup. Okay, Is this ever going to run out. Okay is she should have invested A. She should have invested in one of those swarm wheels, where you could just have this big spoonful of meat, and just keeps sawing off over the course of the week. Yeah. But yeah, no choice then stevie right. You just sat down in front of you. Know like today I remember ru being with my kids when they were growing up everyone to have a different fricking meal. He gets Katie. But the big feature steep. So we would have deserved my Gel Jello all the time. Okay, okay here we go with the Jello, okay? The Little Gel packs that everyone made. Grew up on that sure, but every once in a while Steve Way left field way out of left field. My mom would come in. You'd think. FUCKING JELLO Rice crispy squares. Oh Man. Big, big deal Stevie when I was a kid. With the Rice crispy squares well I liked they come with. The store bought ones right now. The the rice krispies. The actual serial makes rice crispy squares. Now. When we were kids, it was just so. Well I know, but you could just rolling and I are calling each other on crap. We say I'm going to interrupt the show, but twenty times anyway. The point is there in these. These blue tin foil things it's like, are they? Under the impression that I only want one rice krispies square like you'd sit down and have like about eight every time. At least I did we got to you got. To remember when you said when you just could not just roll with it, please. Jim Kenyon. Did See Yeah I. Remember some talking about. Yeah, so I remember. When you and I I work together on walkie road, so you're back in two thousand, ninety, nine or something when we. When we hooked up stealing the love, affair started about two thousand eight from two thousand. Yeah and. I think you were in there at the time. Maybe not and now just before you came because like my first week in radio. No idea what I was doing and. The host of the show was jared then was the host of the show. Left Jeff Franklin Jeff Co coming out a going into commercial said when we come back, we gotta talk about the basketball match. Okay, and he was trying to go to break and I said hang on before we go to break. Okay, no, not a basketball match. Okay is a game basketball tennis match Stevie I'm telling him a chess match. But but no, you can't use that expression. Okay? This was on air and goes okay. We'll be right back. We go to break really. Really you have to point out my mistakes all the talk. Not can not just let it fucking slide once in awhile. Back because commands coming back at you. It's. I just remember that good. We don't do that here, okay? We don't bury the other guy on the fucking shit. Awhile. Just let her role. So we got on that. Are you done with the desert topic? 'cause I was digging into the deserts. Here I'm thinking greatest deserts of all time in my opinion, oh and I got thinking. Boy Cherry cheesecake would be the discussion cheesecake of any kind. Really Bury. We'll be right very solid. Yeah, there's not this hardest blueberry. There's one of those turtles. They took all the great virtues of the Candy Turtles and and somehow incorporated it into a cheesecake right Soviet, but my mom, who made made these peanut butter squares that were phenomenal. They had corn flakes, Rice krispies. They some kind of syrup in them as well and I. Don't know what some other sugary guru in there as well and. They were phenomenal. I'm going to make some of those haven't had though since I was a kid. That's a great idea, Stevie! That's a great idea i. make these score desserts Stevie homemade score bars with saltines. But the SALTINES. Good I used to bring it into work once in a while. Give all the lead these. Sweet. Baby one day to Stevie. Chicken Curry crepes. Strong Jimmy. Chicken Curry crepes is three things I didn't think would ever go together. For sure. So good, so I did have chicken and waffles quite a bit over the last couple of years never thought initially they'd go together, but they they do. Chicken and waffles. I every pub has those. Putting Syrup on your chicken, are you? Oh, yeah, Fried Chicken waffle. Syrup goes with everything. The fucking grossest thing I've ever heard come on chicken and waffles. Only God. This placenta and waffles. Grossest thing that popped into my mind at the moment. It's got to be grocer, right? It's a terrible dessert. Well, you just don't put a waffle with that. That's. GonNa Straight. What the Hell Mad! Come on! Who will never put that Combo together waffle? No. And it's really is feeling like the last podcast of our podcast week and these time for a weekend. I think I'm ready. Don't.

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"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

04:55 min | 5 months ago

"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"In July of Nineteen, ninety-one things looked promising verizon year old Julie Dodd. bobbly spirited teenager with wavy brown hair and a smile she had recently finished high school, and was hoping to fulfil locked long dream of joining Britain's armed forces. Julie had grown up in late the largest city in the northern English county of West. Yo Shaw where she still lived with her mother. On Tuesday July, nine, nineteen, ninety-one Julie, spent the day with her boyfriend twenty year all Dominick Nari who lived in the nearby suburb of gitten. At six o'clock in the evening, the couple went to dominique sister rose's house where Julie helped prepare meal of Roast, Lamb and Yorkshire Pudding. After They Dayton, Juliet excused herself to start not shift at the hospital where she'd recently started working as an orderly. At seven forty five PM. She cased Dominic Goodbye and departed wearing a black skirt with a pink and black jacket. At, nine Peon Julie Find Dominique to say she would be working until eleven thirty PM and would then return to her Gnheim. Dominique noticed that there appeared to be music. Playing in the background is though Julie were calling from a POB. Two days past and dominate could didn't hear from Julie. Then on the morning of fraud. Agent Lights Twelve. He received an unexpected visit from his sister rose, who had found a handwritten envelope addressed to hin amongst her male. There was a letter inside written in Julie's handwriting which read. Dominic helped me plays of Ben. Kidnapped and obeying held as a personal security until next Monday night. Please go until my mom straightaway. Love you so much, dominic? Mom find the police stride away and helped me. Have not eaten anything, but I'll have offered food. Feeling a bit sick, but on drinking two cups of Tape Day. Mum Dominic. Help me. Love You all? Julie. Upon rating the letter Dominic Cold Julie's mother. Lynn Dodd to rush Daiva to rate it for herself. She noticed that despite being pending Julie's handwriting, some of the woods and freising didn't Santa luck daughter at all. More IVA lean couldn't understand why Julie would be abducted and held for ransom. Has Family had little money? Lynn immediately called the police to report her daughter missing and gave them the lead off. Police began looking into JULIE'S LAV Born on March one, nineteen, seventy three, Julie Anne Dodd, was the first chart of Lin and Alec Hill who went on to have a son named poll two years later. When Julie was four years old. Alex left his young family and in Nineteen, seventy, eight Lynn remarried and electrician named a and dot. The Julianne poll what close to their stepfather? Calling Him Dad and adopting he surname? Lin and day in separated when Julie was sixteen years old, but a in maintained a relationship with these stepchildren. Although Julie was brought. She wasn't a dedicated student and instead preferred to focus on her athletic abilities. A talented Rana. She participated in school and county competitions, accumulating a number of trophies, which her mother proudly displayed in the family <hes>. In her spare Don Julie locked, socializing dancing and performing Karaoke with her friends. While she was still at school. She go to Tom Job at a cafe, which was wish she met Dominique a CO worker, who was two years her senior. They dated for three years, and when Julie was just seventeen, they became engaged.

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Julie Dart and Stephanie Slater

Casefile True Crime

04:55 min | 5 months ago

Julie Dart and Stephanie Slater

"In July of Nineteen, ninety-one things looked promising verizon year old Julie Dodd. bobbly spirited teenager with wavy brown hair and a smile she had recently finished high school, and was hoping to fulfil locked long dream of joining Britain's armed forces. Julie had grown up in late the largest city in the northern English county of West. Yo Shaw where she still lived with her mother. On Tuesday July, nine, nineteen, ninety-one Julie, spent the day with her boyfriend twenty year all Dominick Nari who lived in the nearby suburb of gitten. At six o'clock in the evening, the couple went to dominique sister rose's house where Julie helped prepare meal of Roast, Lamb and Yorkshire Pudding. After They Dayton, Juliet excused herself to start not shift at the hospital where she'd recently started working as an orderly. At seven forty five PM. She cased Dominic Goodbye and departed wearing a black skirt with a pink and black jacket. At, nine Peon Julie Find Dominique to say she would be working until eleven thirty PM and would then return to her Gnheim. Dominique noticed that there appeared to be music. Playing in the background is though Julie were calling from a POB. Two days past and dominate could didn't hear from Julie. Then on the morning of fraud. Agent Lights Twelve. He received an unexpected visit from his sister rose, who had found a handwritten envelope addressed to hin amongst her male. There was a letter inside written in Julie's handwriting which read. Dominic helped me plays of Ben. Kidnapped and obeying held as a personal security until next Monday night. Please go until my mom straightaway. Love you so much, dominic? Mom find the police stride away and helped me. Have not eaten anything, but I'll have offered food. Feeling a bit sick, but on drinking two cups of Tape Day. Mum Dominic. Help me. Love You all? Julie. Upon rating the letter Dominic Cold Julie's mother. Lynn Dodd to rush Daiva to rate it for herself. She noticed that despite being pending Julie's handwriting, some of the woods and freising didn't Santa luck daughter at all. More IVA lean couldn't understand why Julie would be abducted and held for ransom. Has Family had little money? Lynn immediately called the police to report her daughter missing and gave them the lead off. Police began looking into JULIE'S LAV Born on March one, nineteen, seventy three, Julie Anne Dodd, was the first chart of Lin and Alec Hill who went on to have a son named poll two years later. When Julie was four years old. Alex left his young family and in Nineteen, seventy, eight Lynn remarried and electrician named a and dot. The Julianne poll what close to their stepfather? Calling Him Dad and adopting he surname? Lin and day in separated when Julie was sixteen years old, but a in maintained a relationship with these stepchildren. Although Julie was brought. She wasn't a dedicated student and instead preferred to focus on her athletic abilities. A talented Rana. She participated in school and county competitions, accumulating a number of trophies, which her mother proudly displayed in the family In her spare Don Julie locked, socializing dancing and performing Karaoke with her friends. While she was still at school. She go to Tom Job at a cafe, which was wish she met Dominique a CO worker, who was two years her senior. They dated for three years, and when Julie was just seventeen, they became engaged.

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"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

"Apart forensically and then maybe look further on at the grooming and more long-term person say labor. You're saying we because you've been a member of the light party philosophy days but to be onus somebody to be honest been a member of the Labour Party for twenty five years. I just left in disgust. I kid because I love but some people here of course maybe maybe Liberal Democrats is it. I mean ladybrand seems like cadaver. It just gets us a really nice. When she came into a lower leadership assessment number one not ship number two you don apple cost Jo Swinson dindo cosmic so so? I'm saying Leyla brand for for the lip dams. You gave me so before we got the break coming up. So we're just GONNA have very quick time to dig into our -mergency fund rations again with more leave or remain this time. It's rose's turn and very serious. Categories foodstuffs uh-huh removed. Was Greg Steak Bait. Well that's that's pretty Levy isn't it. I mean you you. You can't read wall that says it's Red Wall stake a dregs where you can sausage. Roll an interesting one because Greg so so it's Kinda dancer but at the same time I've tried the Vegan social and it's very sausage. It's so socie that you really. It's hard to distinguish between the that stuff. Whatever is and real unreal sausage? In fact I couldn't do it blindfold or services so I reckon it's kind of Norway option because as far as most people are concerned there's not much difference between remain in the Norway option and yet that's good old British fish and chips. Aw ships very. It's a very big issue. No you know fish and chips is very it's very modernism is. It's not it's not. It's not very delivery when I see those. Just eat ads. They don't have fish and chips on them. Do they always have encouraged and will. It doesn't travel well so I oh I think kids quite. It's quite Levy. But in a very very socially conservative way the Yorkie bar invented in Yorkshire hence the name by the Swiss. The Yuki hours for girls isn't it. I remember I remember anymore. You say that now. Apparently you say the offenders I remember drag load you'll correct. This was my chocolate bar of choice. It was uh slogan because I deliberately bought it just to wind wind up musicians which shows you what kind of student I was. Because it's not for girls. And because connotes people who drive Dr. JCB's through polystyrene blocks then. I think it's pretty leaving in fact I think it's almost just get us out. You have left says no food leave. Sorry Huggies oh I guess is remain because it's Scottish National Party isn't it. It's totally Scottish National Ashgabad. So it's it's completely Yorkshire Pudding. I Love Yorkshire Pudding so much that it can't be anything but remained. Sorry it's you know it's leave. No no I know. It's remaining brinton favorite dish. The Chicken Tikka Masala. I think it's just basically the default posture which is just over with just get it done. Don't care how late at night just need. It just need a curry. Just get it dom thank get dinner done. That's the end of part one. We're GONNA have a fifteen minute break for drink. You can buy some amazing commemorative merchandising to remember the good old days special discounts. We'll see you back in here for another. We'll see you back here. And of course our offer Special Treats Hello Ladies and gentlemen give it coming down so we have something very special view.

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"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

Life in 16 oz.

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

"Assists matt honestly. I can't believe what goes on that. Obviously was the first time we went to vegas. We like say we got drunk. I'm kelly stops it. Who is we jumped. Stress fay went on the roller coaster we did everything went back to the room. Who is room four o'clock morning. You wake thirty hours. We are beaming cases only twenty one of each about said just like i thought he was with four o'clock in the morning. Two big double eighteen erode us about seven o'clock. You turn around christmas. She must and so now to secure this midland who is right middle who is seven thirty in the morning went down scary massive security guy plus we send zone man comedic assault it all out snow serious issues where where's it wasn't elsa rosie taste twenty one. You know you're in vegas. Yeah well yes sir. Thanks me chris walk into town. Marley you been on a homer with champagne. Campaign special counsel withdrawal out tonight four hours down the straight and that was the night. That was the night before all the fight so you know what i mean. That was the night we flew in moaning and then if i was the d._s._p. Five after we met the right yeah tonight so.

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"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

Life in 16 oz.

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

"Outside patio very like social benches an arsenal brouzat. Who is that touch almost every single pallet awards out the yin yang. You can easily drink there every night. Feel nowadays this. The taste of the bid is still influenced by atmosphere. Which is what the appeal especially in england chris touches on a moment has his grandfather raising piped in heaven when i was eighteen on my birthday and he took me to the october fest so i've always took his wed as costume awesome gospel jeff <hes> the type of value drink and it was lower umbrella dinger and while he was over in the hospital next door. He told me about this top room. I said it's it's no topper a free four weeks ago me and ten months we came up and we had a real good time and that's all because of him tommy about hit chris one. I will give him this. He knew when to slip in some icebreakers icebreakers that the might have been of how him and his dad got in trouble in vegas. I take those whatever i got in. One of these americans glasses yes. We have pints english then he was terry's aries turn to tell his first beer experience fist experienced probably about fourteen years old we had these really really changed lag as tall challenge lag and it was like three percent but we used to just drink to towns and a good night really good night to fourteen years old challenge a challenge yeah. I don't think you can get it any this this. This is how my my mom used to play doubts the state and that's how i introduced into the pope because i used to go see it went up fifty six to eight and i used to obviously seem him mom half and then i used to say can have so yeah that was that was i mean. I never really got drunken lag. I i the only time i ever really drilling quiz when it was about eighteen seventeen thousand nine hundred and i never dream kimber this day her no an orange bernard per per node yeah. I had to look that up to. It's it's p. E. r. n. o. d. it's it's i think it's french inch. It's <hes> with a niece and he's flavored spirit black licorice. Maybe i don't know i i still couldn't and figured out but <hes> they throw orange juice in there as well and i mean he doesn't like it and it certainly didn't look very inviting when i looked it up <hes> um but what does he. What does he like to drink. Ally i like jim and i like if i'm just drinking to be sociable and obviously galloping them on in normal job in work and feel no salt like hangover whatsoever now probably have a calls like bud light budweiser if i'm drinking to actually be mary and joyful within about three or four hours then i'll probably drink a devout paulina october fest paul lehner any any jim and bears the belgian devouring developed an ice shock and awe aw i know i know he's the same as lisa jeez so why not english beer like more specifically a bitter which are hugely really popular in the u._k. It's a style of like pale it used to be m._b._a. Years and years ago pulled actually mammal. The words out called northeastern in harrogate. Andy was called stones stones stones bitter know hello and that male drinking bitter sale never i will never drink john smith saw anything like that because drinking stone jeez louise ago in the pine t- nosy all you can smell these egg walter. He's able to and basically put me off bitter for the rest of my life. I've drank think with him before and seeing the amount of course budweiser can stacked high in the recycling bin and i really wanted to know what the hell is going on you.

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"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

Life in 16 oz.

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

"When i come back out. I'll deal with an at that time so turkish baths. If you've never gone to one you you can go into a cooling pool. You can lay out and you can sort of do asana thing and there's multiple rooms so you go in succession you go to let's say a hundred degree room and then one one hundred twenty nine hundred fifteen hundred eighty and you can go into these things in purge you know sort of area eight in a way your body and then you you've successfully come back down you hit the cooling pool and then you can repeat that process back and forth haringey times you went to. I went into one hundred eighty degree sauna. I couldn't breathe. I was like people are in there. Just talk and having a good time with me. I need to get the hell out of here so it was fun but i knew it was time to go rolled road out of there and got to the damn parking structure. It's packed and people flow you know flowing into this thing. I think <hes> day five was as it was a saturday so now shopping malls are getting attacked and i get in my truck of my van and start backing up again doing a repeat of the austin powers thing people people coming in. Maybe a couple of them were hung out a little bit. I hit the damn wall parking structure wall so so sixteen hundred twenty seven miles of driving and i get one accident. It was by myself in a parking structure. It's not too bad it wasn't you couldn't even nc. They never noticed it. Oh well anybody notice it now day. Six we just basically hung out on sunday. Has a family enjoyed. Some home cooked meals and then day seven was a trip to a liberal. Oh that was the longest one that would we encountered. It was <hes> now to little over two hour drive again on a monday very busy streets berry histories busy roads but yeah we went down there. We parked at the at the docks. We walked over to the beatles story. They had also <hes> ah music experienced the british museum experience which is pretty cool because there's a lot of bands you just never knew how much they influenced the the music industry and and walked around and enjoyed some some good some good meals at a place called the railway and of course prison-ships sticky toffee pudding steak and ale pies so you basically you got your fill of everything you had grown up enjoying absolutely. I couldn't not look at the menu and go. Oh no i'll get. I'll get a panini or i'll get a salad. I gotta do it. Gotta go for the fish and chips so you're in liverpool. Did you go to anfield. Did you did you that was my main reason and i took a took a the friends that came with as they wanted to see the whole beatles thing. Okay we actually hit up the the liverpool museum free in there was to two stories of tons of information about the city what it was like growing up there what they've done for the for the the country for the city for the world it was it was very very intriguing in learned and a lot but yes i said we gotta go so everybody get in. The van hadn't anfield liverpool. We got back and we did one final gathering as family in that evening. Yes we'll guess more beer. Yes my cousins chris. Interior terriers lisa's husband chris is there. Is there sun okay. He invited me to go. Come to one of their local. Brew bruce called roosters inherit right up your alley. I said let's go cock and balls so he went to the brewery. Worry that reminded me of home. It was spacious inside had an outside patio very like social benches an arsenal brouzat. Who is that touch almost every single pallet awards out the yin yang. You can easily drink there every night. Feel nowadays this. The taste of the bid is still influenced by atmosphere. Which is what the.

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"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

Life in 16 oz.

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

"Can go in and you can see like the local sweet walked in and there was a group of fifteen silver silver haired ladies that will ordering fish and chips and beer and they were having a blast and you just knew it that yep. This is going to be awesome. Just your type yes. That's right ladies who had been gay now. It's got to be a good place so we drank timothy taylor's like kings and queens of course i had what fish and chips yes so you're right back in washington to enjoy more family <hes> some some gatherings and another another didn't night of drinking. I had lots of stuff to drink. Purge this stuff before we went to scotland because we couldn't take well. Actually we did take it with us but i knew that we never refrigerated until he arrived at the hotels so to wrap up most of the time that we spent we <hes> the next day we went into back into the yorkshire. Dales went to the creamery place where they meet. The cheese enjoyed that their marketing. There's a village pub called a yorkshire who saw her had awesome evening. There ran into a liverpool fan which is awesome missouri game on nope but he had <hes> had a track suit and everything awesome. We started bringing it back more. Locally we went to new york went to see the dungeons we went into the chocolate story saw all this and <hes> came back and enjoyed toad in the hole. That's a band right. All that's toad. The wet sprocket ocean now the total whole is one of my favorite meals meals my my aunt penny <hes> makes rockin toad in the hole. It's sort of like bangers and mash but it's inside a gigantic yorkshire pudding okay. This is really good by the way gonna try to go into the yorkshire air. You've gotta try yorkshire pudding of course look it up. If you don't know what it is i personally before the l. happened. I said anybody want to go to the turkish baths. Okay through what you what yep so it in in harrogate there. It's pretty famous they have. They have springs at come up and they have these turkish baths that are you know there have been used for eons. They're known as royal baths are they right next to the turkish prisons brennan of scenic roman naked the turkish prison daddy so nobody wanted to go because it was fairly early and i said i'm going to go because i needed needed to just relax relax. Yes purge all alcohol out of my system reset my body for more driving. I went there and i i entered. I couldn't help it entered the parking garage barely making making the height restriction in the van and then proceeded to do an austin powers twenty five point jam into this quartered spot. There was nobody there at the time. It was super early. <unk> food got in there and like a ride awesome in that unlike you know what this is gonna suck when i come back out. I'll deal with an at that time so turkish baths. If you've never gone to one you you can go into a cooling pool..

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"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

Life in 16 oz.

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

"The two daughters offers of lording grow or maybe with their those people on the board so really they the controlling interest is is not even just with the family. It's actually with two members of the family who are absolutely ruthless about the whole independence thing. I call on a minute so there's something that you're missing or missing from what you normally ask people. What about their their underage drinking who did say three questions right. Oh is that the third question yeah sorry. I really bouncing around everywhere. I lost you but yes. I did ask that question. That's my third question and tim had a good one one. I i remember my first proper drinking experience because it was it was awful. I <hes> i must've been probably is about fifteen. Dare i say it it and <hes> it's probably budweiser but listen to this so a bunch of friends and i say we're going to go out you know and have a few drinks we managed to somehow get a hold all the spear member we end up in these woods near the house with this fire and with the with the with the beer's whacking lacking and back and of course you getting really happy and i remember i remember say i can still sees clear day. I could see the scene around the fire and saying to my friends friends. You know losers fence has can we do this every weekend. Whatever anyway had brewer. She's just asking me about my i could but i remember my first beer-drinking finish off very quickly so anyway. Oh can we do this. You know anyway course got completely inebriated the end upbringing me home and we had a thing breezeway that connected the garage to the house and like a door and then two steps up another door and they got me up in my bedroom went to wait for their parents. I get outta bed. Go down. There will be a good host should be out of your way to your parents. They're checking a football around so <hes> now for a class called the football and crashed through the back door only from my mother who is a very straight laced woman to open up the other door two steps up and look down to see her son with his football and his arms like bling away. She knew exactly as you remember. Timothy your drug really well you know whatever for my dad has it so well because they put me to bed and i woke up the next morning with this thumping headache and my father came in and all he did. He came into the room from he said timothy not very clever last evening. All i want you to remember how you're feeling right now and then he left and close the door and that was my first beer drinking experience what a whirlwind of a brewery tour a plethora a plethora. If you will one of our listeners keira i will definitely be happy with the information that was thrown out. Yeah i think what she wanted to know more about the beer making process and and by all means if if i think we'll get further into those things and more podcast by the way timothy taylor's doesn't normally do public tours but they are still the best best tasting beer honor check him out <hes> well spend a lot of money. Go to england why across the pond and go check them out. You will not absolutely not be disappointed. You're listening to life in sixteen ounces. What's in your pint mine to taylor ramtane. Your mother was uh-huh uh-huh and your father smelt of liberates all right so now we're we're done with the tour. We're in day four. We're i think of the itinerary and you are now heading towards scotland. Is that correct no not yet after the tour. They didn't even talk about drinking yeah. After the tour you couldn't help but what you need a taste of timothy taylor's since since we needed to go through skeleton again tim gave approval of my suggestion hitting up the woolly sheep in unassuming from the front ah but it fails to disappoint once inside classic snugs drinkers in the front diners in the back places to talk to him between stunning bar dr menu for all one of the things that really resonates with me <hes> you can.

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"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

Life in 16 oz.

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

"Marley. Early bolted me don't miss up fungal hops and <hes> and proud to say that i've actually used in my bruise but not at their level here is number three on tim's list unit. Take out one of these hops in kinda crushing. It literally is like the flower that you would see growing knowing now. Nowadays most breweries have moved to using pellets. If we were about convenience okay i could have a week's hop palace all this stacked up here instead what we have to do for our hops we have to fight all these barrels up the side of the building with a special cage cetera and they're not laid out yet for today's brew. You probably saw the night there four or five down there well. When i gave you earlier tour it was all laid out there about about six buckets up there in about another ten there and i said to the people that's just for the one with a one brew and then we have to do it again and funny every tour something difference happening when we were doing their tour we were actually in the process of quaking these bales up the outside of the building and they were like we can't believe you're doing that and i'm like to me. It's the perfect example of we looked at the pallets before my time but we don't feel they give us <hes> the quality of the flavor that we get from using holy pumps so we're sticking with them. Even though it's a pain in the tail <hes> we have to have two purpose built refrigerator facilities where we can keep the hops. Keep the humidity right the temperature low so they're in the right condition now the interesting thing about hops. Is you know if you feel very dry and if you smell them. There's very little smell but what i would encourage you to do is is take one or some of these and rub them vigorously between thumb and forefinger and what you'll feels like an oil come off and and then when you've done that now smell your hands after that oil and all of a sudden you get a fantastic pop. The smell is intoxicating now. I'm not talking about studio we we don't i thought she just larry my cologne. Let you lead out somehow fogel no i. I think i'm going to actually grow some hops in my backyard. The whole place smelled like my garage. I'm rudy so the word gets pumped into a boil with the whole leaf hops but not just willy nilly who s unlike a propping gentlemanly they deny part of our sciences knowing win you know which hops when and everything else but it's all about this balance between as i say if you put an earlier and longer more bitterness you lose the delegate flavors later less bitterness but you got the delegate flavors and of course for different views. You've got different hops different proportions etc. Here's number four the back. So what happens is when it's done in the copper. The liquid gets dropped into this vessel here where there are more fresh hops ops and it sits with those hops kind of think of water steeping with tea leaves and because it's lower it's still quite hot but it's lower temperature not boiling it allows it to pick up some of the delicate notes that are lost above now as i say a lot of brewers to do this and then they said oh you know two people notice if we just ran it from here into the fermenting vessels saves us time money you can just get on with it. We'll get our guys have done trials and we don't believe we got the depth of flavor in the beer there if we didn't do the stage so we still do the stage even though we have to also lease pops up the building and bring them down here in bags and so forth so that's what the the hawk backstage is all about so then we stepped into the from rotation broom <hes> which is like cooled what's being cooled and then there was like nineteen vats of of beer resting in these <hes> like a giant like baking tins if you will how big are these bats like a small sized pool family like like <hes> above ground pool they're a double walled and they have.

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"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

Life in 16 oz.

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

"The bar leaks so that you can access the nutrients and then you warm saliva think of that brewing liquor that accesses the sugar and the maltese altemus and that's what we're doing in the next part of the process the molting process that will look so we walked into the grain hopper which is always quite loud and that that moves massive amounts of the golden promise into the mill again in neat neat thing to see. We'll have photos up there as well and you can hear some of it right now. The mill consists of that's the heavy roller and they're set for the win. The mall goes between the roller. They kinda crushed them. All make the inside accessible but the important bit is they are done that way to crush it not polarized because when we look at the mash tun look at net at the bottom of the mass punter false place with slits in them and if we made it too pasty to flowery it would turn into pace when the liquor hit it and they clog up those slips. We wouldn't get the right circulation in the next stage so it's all about you know. We don't set it every week. You look at the the depth. The harvest is coming in how big and then just tweak it but to make sure you don't smashed they brew brew about four days a week doc <hes> monday through thursday and clean friday and over the weekend they ferment and tim explains a busy day so a busy day hey for us. I'm gonna use my language. A busy day for us will be on to double bruce which they would call four bruce john god that's a nickel mega day 'cause they call the big room mega mega mega day so basically a busy day will be two mega bruce is to double bruce move onto the mash done. This is a giant vessel. If you look at the material you see there. The physical material is actually waste material. I was in the league. That's will go off for feed. What we're interested. In is the liquor the war <hes> it's called ward at this <hes> as it gets into the stage because what it's doing is circulating through <hes> picking up the nutrients now. We pushed the ward through those plates at the bottom to refloat the mall because again it's to make sure that all the surface area of the malls can be assessed by the liquor to pick up all the nutrients because the quality of the amount of beer etc you get. It's all down to the yield. You get by making sure you've extracted all the <hes> goodness derek call from from what's here and walking on tim revert verts back to what quote all for that taste of taylor's and quote truly means. We use fobel's officers the u._k. U._k. <unk> hop. It's really prone to wills now. We have to do give the farmers a really a high price an incentive to grow it because they're taking a risk that if they get the will that's the crop up and so the the reason we kinda came up with his martin off of that taste of taylor's. Is you know it's not just what the brewery workers do here. It's what the farmers do everybody. Does you know we don't have the full goes well. We're doomed. We're not gonna have the landlord or we don't have the golden promise or or whatever and similarly similarly we'll talk a little bit about the real ale and the fermentation secondary fermentation and the landlords not only pay high price for our beer but our fear. There's really awkward to deal with in their pups seller and i'll explain to that why that is not because we're getting things wrong now. He's mentioned using fogel hops chiefs. I love that by the way is that part of fraga. Rocker is dead today today. Don't put thompson. We should probably get a mascot dude. We shouldn't have like a fragile rock hop. You said fogel hops huddle hops. I got that one right not like marley..

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"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

Life in 16 oz.

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

"We're here on this site site in brewing. It's called liquor so if you're in a brewery and you hear liquor <hes> unlike america like liquor store in brewing liquor is nothing alcoholic hollick. It's just the liquid normally hot that used in the brewing process now at the barley barley station. We had a chance to nibble unson golden promise man. Just pop it in your mouth. What you notice is really multi taste and also i'm sweetness and the whole reason for the sweetness is that's the sugars that are inside the barley and that's what we need for the brewing process s. is we want the sugars so i'm just going to give you a very simple offices. View of what molting is all about those. You might not know so if you imagine the barley is grown in the fields. It's harvested and it's brought into a big hopper but at that point it's not suitable to use for brewing. It needs to be more for distilling for that matter. It needs to be malted and what that process is is effectively fooling the barley into thinking it's been the barley seed into thinking it's been planted granted in a field so what they do nowadays and barrick is they'll put it into a big tank with warm water so it's moist nice warm dark work and so the c. thinks i'm in the ground. I need to start doing fit. I need to start germinating so it starts the germinating process and inside inside the the kind of individual husk the little bit that's going to become the plant search to grow and when it gets an inside also sugars all get developed left which are the nutrients to help that grow and what we do in the molting process when it's about two thirds of the way done we drain it dry it off and the one i saw massive passive you know like the equivalent of a hairdryer but a thousand times bigger drives it off so defectively it puts it into suspended animation but what's in the barley are those nutrients that have been developed and that's what we need for brewing and a bit like the husk and all that actually goes to waste in fact we we sell it a very a modest price to local farmers who use it for animal feed and what you can feel when you bite into it then is you're doing we. We're going to see the mills in a minute. We put it through a mill which like your teeth cracks the bar leaks so that you can access the nutrients and then you warm saliva think of that brewing liquor that accesses the sugar and the maltese altemus and that's what we're doing in.

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"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

Life in 16 oz.

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

"To mentions the cornerstone reason why timothy taylor operates the way they do so just briefly on the on the company because i think the brewery wouldn't be doing what he's doing. We're not in the fact that it's still one hundred percent family owned and not only that but the articles association are written as such. The shares have to stay in the family to protect what we do. If you look you know the the shareholders like the dividend but if you look at the dividend they get paid versus what we could sell the business business for. They're not doing that much better off than if they had it in the bank and i think you know what interest rates people get paid in the bank these days but it's because they have a real passion for what the business does but an example of that would be. There's a woman bob's taylor. Who's the great granddaughter of timothy taylor. She's in her nineties and we believe she's gonna leave her shares to charity and in that instance what would happen is there's an independent valuation methodology and the shares would be valued and the charity would get the cash equivalent and the shares dares come back into the business because even nowadays you probably seem charities not always the benign organization that you might think and before you know it we own this. We could have more if you sold it for charity etcetera etcetera so we really want the shares in the hands of the family to kind of protect nurture what we do and i think we would have some of the compromises of let's call it quantity over quality that a lot of breweries have fallen into. I think if it wasn't for the family sitting sitting behind the business we would have fallen into that same those same traps on the wall also appeared a taylor with the queen now. I'm not talking talking about felt freddie mercury but knowing not the band i really but you are you a brewer. Did you could make yeah. He is actually a taylor hidden behind the band on the himmy rhapsody cover. You know what roger taylor actually is the drummer he can. Maybe i should be more specific. I'm not that taylor an actual timothy taylor on the chap on the right quite good looking chap on the right is this john taylor and he was the last taylor to run the brewery and he became lured in grow so that's him in a picture with the queen in in his his and her younger days there so he got quite involved with politics and ended up becoming lord lieutenant which is kind of a honorary role of yorkshire and aw and he he didn't have a son he had two daughters and a thirty six years back or whatever <hes> wouldn't have been whether the daughters were interested. Certainly i know talking to them because they're both still alive. They weren't really encouraged to get involved with the brewery but the interesting bit is the two two daughters married two brothers. The brothers and charles dent came into the business to work for effectively his father-in-law lording grow so you could say from that perfect straight line of the brothers there charles was the first anglo off because he'd married into the family he amidst after thirty plus years in the drink industry. He had no idea you've never heard of timothy taylor's when he was first approached with the opportunity to work for them now despite their flagship beer the landlord winning championship beer of britain four times timothy taylor still isn't known on all over the british isles now in perspective this new me. Mr research perspective in the u._k. Is about the size of of michigan so you hopefully can imagine the distribution roughly the same as a local microbrewery. I i looked around where i live. Heretic to me is fairly small but they have a larger distribution footprint napa smith also near me larger thinking. Maybe even dust bowl from your area but you prove me wrong. They've got their out there pretty far into the states yes of course you also said why don't you go into you're still a supermarket and you can find crypto they are so it's basically beers that you can't find over seven hundred miles away from your home is is an idea of the extent of timothy taylor's so that's like that's like mount shasta to san diego l._a..

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"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

Life in 16 oz.

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

"Shelves. They had john smith's eighteen fifty two. Hello suckers been around. They brew it out of tadcaster astor north yorkshire owned by heineken. It's the highest selling bidder in u._k. Since mid nineteen ninety s very popular her well i i would say it's very prevalent not very popular and you'll hear that later in the show but you can yeah. That's something that you can get here. Yep okay okay get here. You can also get samuel smith's yes. I love a loyalist out yeah good stuff <hes> organic <hes> apr ikat <hes> <hes>. There's quite a few of before packing. I think the yeah i think they're great. That's yorkshire's oldest brewery by the way is samuel smith after that we went an found our home away from home in place called marchington nice little cute village next to the yorkshire riding centre or school cool. Yeah that's where we're resettled. Anathema something completely different so day to day to no rest for the wicked woke up to be out of here <unk> by eight o'clock so we have a two hour drive to place call anik nets a l and i c k just me. I was corrected many sometimes but anik the location of a castle from the eleventh century. It's north of newcastle east coast on on the north sea film location by the way because of transformers last night. That's with a mark wahlberg berg and anthony hopkins. I'm i may miss that one downton abbey maybe a fan favorite out there and of course harry potter water the hogwarts training academy where they had all the brune broomsticks anxiety right yeah so he had that and robin hood prince as if these not mennonites men in tights but that would have been even better though way well preserved beautiful castle astle tons of activities including by the way for kids you can actually go and jump on a broomstick and sort of like doing adam sandler around the council the thing my wife owns one of those so fans earl grey away people who love the tea out there rejoice patrick stewart right engage. We headed to howick hall. It's birthplace what i learned was. There's this chinese men serving under charles a second earl grey he uses <hes> bird gum motte might be saying that wrong it was to offset the taste of lime in the water from the estates well and wa there you go. Earl grey was created interesting. I thought it'd be i. I thought it'd be like a brewery tour meemaw eight t from england eight t but fell flat that didn't turn it didn't turn out like a matter of fact we didn't even do it. We were dissuaded said you know what fine forget at lunchtime came up and with help from a local we stopped at a place called the cottage in awesome place in in town or village i would say of called dunston and enjoyed some hadrian border beer <hes> real quick. They have a couple options coming again out of a cask tyneside. There's blonde tyneside brown of foreign island secret secret kingdom. Check him out really cool place beautiful beers and i'll i'll. I'll say it right off the bat. I had a lot of beer and i can say maybe one beer. I didn't like the amazing and apps fell in love with a whole cask situation but again hadrian border beer we had it with fish and chips and steak and ale pie. You're gonna start seeing a theme here. Fat and happy we <hes> we headed north to check out this place called lindisfarne priory this is the place is a holy island and had has medieval a monastery on it. It's really cool but it's it's looking well. As we were driving. My intention was to hit it but i was like we don't hit it. That's fine yeah but we hit this watery end. Literally like dusty bottoms jeff literally the road to the island. It's like a causeway <hes>..

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"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

Life in 16 oz.

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

"What's in mind you ask timothy taylor's landlord. They are jumping right into your nine day itinerary of this amazing using trip that you had over seas lots of details right no. I'm not gonna latitude. No that this ridiculous i've i got printed massive massive printed material you've been on one of these trips with me to ireland <hes> like <hes> and i kind of approached it the same way sunup to sundown just completely just almost almost to the hour. Maybe even to the minute but no i had. I had a different crew with me. Obviously see family friends and i wanted. I didn't wanna dragged through the mud. If you will been there before wanted to do something a little different so you arrive especially from the west coast yeah we arrived at six fifty in the morning in manchester airport on a tuesday we go and get the nine passenger manual ford van and of course i'm very apprehensive and i get in it and everyone's all excited in the nice doll i get used to the clutch had to get used to having the the stick shift on my left hand so it took a little bit of cautious driving initially but my drive to get reoriented back to driving driving in the u._k. With an hour and twenty five minute drive to a place called malam and that was your first beer right yeah well after an hour and twenty five minutes white-knuckle knuckle thing i'm like i need a fucking bear. That's really early. No no it's not no so malam is in south yorkshire dales national park beautiful place place the actually have a place called malan cove and if you look it up. It's m. a. l. h. A. m. and we're gonna we'll post. All this stuff to oliver sites there there you will find a limestone pavement and you can actually see it in the harry potter and the deathly hallows movie part one. It's really cool either standing up there. I forgot what part was transported themselves magically to escape some sort of ghost or something but it's really neat. You'll you'll see it and you go us. That's exactly. I know exactly he's talking about. After that. <hes> we went to the ribble head viaduc. It's thirty thirty six minutes away. This is famous because has everyone will see it as the hogwarts train going along that really long arched multi arched bridge on the way to the to the school puffing along in this beautiful countryside. That's called the ripple head viaduc in nice where we had our first beer places called station in we walked fin and at the bar they had a ripple head bidder from settle brewery prudent yorkshire dales. They had a terrell or therelw burry eighteen seventy five which is a classic pale. They were a little warm. Everybody always asks british of warm beer and this case yes he did but did they have powder porter potter porter the wing god you love llosa most livio so after that <hes> sorta disappointing first beer we took off for place called skipped optin which is about an hour <hes> sort of south east and we we hit up our first pie and mash shop great stuff huge hit definitely something you should try and when i say pie i don't mean like apple pie and whatever pie cherry cherry pie though this is like a meat pie. Oh okay after that we went to <hes> you know rouse born we just harrogate and we hit up a supermarket. The reason why i'm telling you this is is because you know we're starting ask people. What do you do when you go into a super. What's your what's your choice of of beer this case on their shelves. They had john smith's eighteen fifty two. Hello suckers been around. They brew it out of tadcaster astor.

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"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"Can i read something a prepared statement that a copied from wikipedia at they at that this was going to be a personal apology mel why why would i apologize for all the things that you said about your roast oh no i don't apologise it wasn't a very good roast and you know what it was made were i'll tell you this much the carrots were fantastic did you make fun of me for saying the carrot somebody made find me who come serbs you're wasn't what you're widespread seven live ridot he'd massacre chancellor should by and large now very mean people yeah your wives very nice yes france cheese louise they're like a hits like hanging out with a rodney dangerfield and jackie mason yeah a home the sunday roasted traditional british main meal that's typically served on sunday hence the name thinks allied yet dumb shit website who are you angry at wikipedia consisting of people the voice of the people consisting of uh julian assange mood consisting of roasted meat rose potato and accompany accompaniments such as yorkshire pudding sausages stuffing vegetables in gravy vegetables such as russe parsnips sweetcorn brussel sprouts peas carrots runner beans and broccoli what a runner beans beams of some sort near the one is a on a fancy internet connected device you'd think ayud click the link for runner beans no i clicked another other link which i'll get with it a hyperlink you known as how people over fifty always use the word hyperlink no i'd never i haven't heard someone to use the phrase hyper linger unit attacked villa though i don't talk to a lot of people over fifty and talk to my relatives sorry talent not augist i talked to everybody.

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"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"What did you get at the sunday roast him 'cause you're a vegetarian vegetarian i that was another a verse in here alma smith the budget teheran cluele book blue book um they uh the mashed together a bunch of mushrooms and put gaucci's cheese in it and then uh what's at called like a yorkshire pudding no no no no puff thrown out yet but it what is wellington wellington yeah which black a roast is depressing but i would give anything to have one of gordon ramsey's p field lines is yeah he boy what a what a tough thing to cook beef arlington resort o and eggs rosado rosado's it yeah that's what he that's the test you know kenny do it's i can't do i've never tried to make a beef wellington um i let me tell you this them i was very i miss ordered a during my sunday roast you know what i ordered the roast the roast and then as a tragic mistake you event you were immediately like this uh i like uh pot roost or roast beef or beef roast however you want to say but it's gaby cooked rate as guy biegel could a beef this was the neither this is two chewy dissuade too much she we going on it was like it was raw he wants on raw was wasn't raw but it was rare give a you'll of rare me that we act is absurd you suciu and i was jealous of people that got the chicken roast cassatt came with garlic aoilly and those are two things i love garlic and a only is an elderly by definition with garlic in it.

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"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"yorkshire pudding" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"And you get a you got a real decent and very flavor for yorkshire pudding so i'm gonna i'm gonna alter herbert applauded a flavor into the melted butter either what i'll do and then all the why don't you just use a little bacon olive oil ooh they call eleven others um okay there we go all right that's what i'm going to try try like wait a minute here any simplify the wrath of the areas i didn't really want to do the butter but that's what it called for that i could do that in that i it makes it a krispy kreme ya annan number the egg and make the chris because that the olive oil with the fame athlete with bacon act i could actually instead a sprain the the parents i could arja rush the pants were the olive oil oil dang oh uh home what the delay okay shows over jiang going home to kirk how are being now the summit's for dinner we went to the longhorn meet company here in auburn and we have layman young yuru howard hearing and we're going to be quitting knows and with a rob rows on his be proud and then on a right before we serve them we brush on the m we in hanging fire in a fantastic we had it on if you're sunday and it was really amazing if you've never had the jahn isn't main thing earlier fighting over them i'm gonna make a traditional macaroni fowler and um because every.

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