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Fresh update on "charlotte" discussed on Riders Lounge Podcast
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Former New York Jet Phillip Adams Kills 5 People
"Police say shooter has killed five people at a south carolina home near the north carolina border including two children and a prominent physician. The shooting occurred at the home of dr robert. Leslie age seventy in rock hill about twenty five miles south west of charlotte north carolina. The rock hill herald citing anonymous sources reported later thursday that the shooter was former. Nfl player phillip adams. Investigators are still looking into a motive. It was not immediately known if the shooter knew all of the victims
Turkey Rejects Claims of Sexist Snub Towards Von Der Leyen
"Union's most powerful leaders because of her gender. AP is Jackie Quinn has more. Earlier this week At a meeting at Turkey's presidential palace, Ursula von Dir lion, the European Commission president, found herself without a chair to sit on during a meeting with Turkey's president Ray helped type Erdogan and European Council chief Charlotte Michelle. The two men took the two chairs in the room, leaving Bonder Lion to gesture her disappointment and take a seat on a sofa away from the men in the room. It caused uproar on social media now, too. He says that it followed protocol requests made by the European Union, which the EU denies. Saying that it never got access to the room where the meeting took place. Italy's premier has jumped into the fray, denouncing what he called the humiliation that President von Dir lion had to suffer. I'm Jackie Quinn, I'm Tim McGuire EP
Did Depression Lead a Dad To Kill His Twin Daughters?
"I really wanted to do this interview. A terrible terrible thing happened to little girls who should be going to kindergarten. Learning to read growing up are gone. But i agreed to go to a prison in north carolina for one reason. Only i wanted to understand and to help you understand how dark of a place you have to be in to kill your own children here. Is the statistic. There are nineteen million americans who are suffering from depression right now. Nineteen million it can range all the way from a mild kind of sadness or moody ms or inability to sleep to a full blown psychotic break. That is what a father now behind bars. Claims happened to him. A psychotic break january twenty two thousand six an upscale suburb of charlotte north carolina. A tight community turn upside down to five year old little girls that are dead. I can't describe to you how horrific and how sad this is. This is the house where david crespi live with his second wife camp together they had five children. Including twin girls and samantha forty five year old. David was a successful senior vice president of a well-known thank colleagues. Describe him as smart funny and an all around great guy mini coworkers. Had no idea that for years. David suffered from debilitating bouts of depression. David says he had recently requested a week ought to deal with his illness. On one of those days samantha and tessa were home sick from school. Kim not nothing of leaving the girls with their father while she read out for a haircut. What kim did not know was david was having secret. Thoughts sick thoughts of killing his wife and children. Data's little girls wanted him to play their favorite game. Hide and seek. When david found samantha kitchen those deadly thoughts took over for the first
Exploring Ragnarok With H.M. Long And Genevieve Gornichec
"Slipper. I'm lucy handsome. I'm charlotte bond. And i'm megan lee spirituality exists in every work of fiction in form or other but most often manifest as divinity golsen s.'s. Never seemed go out of fashion. Wide also. tend to a gold. Pantheon of gods to articulate spiritual urge and out of all the pantheon's the no scott's in particular certainly seemed to be enjoying a revival. Tonight we have not one but two authors joining us to talk about this incredible mythology the nature of goals and the roles. We require them to inhabit affection. Hannah genevieve. Could you please introduce yourselves to our listeners. Hello i'm handle long a long And my book is called hall of smoke. It's an adult epic fantasy. Which definitely has some norse mythology. Viking vibes was very much an inspiration for the world I live in canada. And i am very excited to be joining tonight in. Hi i'm genevieve gonna check my debut novel. The witches heart reimagined norse mythology from the perspective of the giant tests. Longer boda who's kind of a little known character from the mets. And i am from the states extent and i just thought since you'll book you'll books with both cut of out roughly at the same time and they have the similar themes would be really great to get you both on here at the same time for what hope really interesting discussion. I'm sure it will be. It'd be us okay. So as you both exciting. You have. Both written books inspired by aspects of viking smith. What is it about this particular mythology that you think makes it appeal to modern audiences. So i think a lot of it is the fact that the gods are so human and they're so flawed and i think that Like notches modern audiences but audiences like back in the day. I i think we can see a lot of ourselves in them. And that's what makes them appeal to us kind of across the board.
Kate Middleton Doesn't Want Harry & Meghan Around Her Kids Anymore
"Kate middleton no longer ones harry or meghan around her children any more. Cicadas fiercely extremely protective of her. Three children prince. George who's now seven princess charlotte. She's adorable she's five and little prince. He's just too but following the light of the big bombshell interview with oprah. Caters decided to cut off access to her children from family members that she does not trust that make sense sources. Tell me the following quote what everybody is focusing on meghan. Throw in kate under the buzz during that. Tell all interview which you sort of did remember. She said there was rumors that she may cry but it was actually kate that made negative cry. Well dance story. Didn't bother cape but what did is that. That story originated with princess charlotte and whether or not charlotte would wear tights to the wedding. It's such a silly story but it did involve her daughter. Kate wanted her daughter charlotte to wear tights. Which is royal protocol meghan. Didn't want the children entites because it was a hot day. But you know what children are like especially young children little girls. They pull up their skirts. They run around if she done a cart wheel. We don't want princess flashing her underwear. So i understand what kate is say. And then you know what even if cates wrong. It doesn't matter. She's the mom. So i think you always go with the mom here. Cicadas really upset. The princess charlotte was dragged into this moving forward. She's decided that the kids are off limits. She doesn't want meghan and harry around the kids anymore. She doesn't want them. Telling stories to the press to gail oprah about her children and so she has cut them
Booker's 35 points leads Suns past Hornets 101-97 in OT
"Booker fourteen thirty five points in the sun's finish three in one on their southeastern swing by outlasting the Hornets won a one ninety seven overtime game Chester they call Richard the mission trip you did that all we have a lot more night group that does better Chris Paul had sixteen points and deandre Ayton at fourteen as Phoenix stated sole possession of second place in the Western Conference Terry Rozier had twenty two points grabbed ten rebounds and nailed a three pointer with thirty three point five seconds left to force O. T. for Charlotte devante Graham had a team high thirty points for the Hornets who fell into a fifth place tie with Atlanta in the east I'm the ferry
Severe weather moves into the deep South
"Hitting parts of the deep South, part of a line of severe weather impacting Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana and Tennessee overnight, the same areas that saw devastating tornadoes earlier in the week explosion of storms around midnight tonight, Then that line pushes east into the mid Atlantic tomorrow for severe weather threatened Charlotte and Raleigh again in Norfolk in D. C. Win in a rain event look like for the Northeast through tomorrow evening as well before this whole system moves out. ABC senior meteorologist Rob Marciano
Is Paige Bueckers UConn's Next Superstar?
"Charlotte first off for anyone who hasn't seen her in action. Can you describe page bekker's game on the court. It's really fun to watch her. High school code actually used to call her own well because she was so skinny shitting bekker's not only does she have a great shy but she's this incredible passer where you never know when going to go deckers visa wide open nelson the perfect pass chris. Daly associate coach at uconn was just comparing her game to sue bird based on her jumper. Just because it's so automatic whenever she shoots seeing the students go in sports and it's really cool to watch her just worked well page. Bekker's came to yukon as the number one recruit in the country. So she was obviously very well known when the season began. But to you charlotte. When did she really announce herself on the national stage. I think our national out already was probably the south carolina game and the tip off. In here we go number one versus number. Two of the tent goes to uconn in the home whites this crazy national showdown one versus to close game. The whole time be defended his by fifty four solid defense. Better offense paid record straight up. A pool and page comes out and then leads them into overtime where she hits this insane. Three pointer legend grow from here. Legend grow from here and she leads them to a win on. You can't spend your number one
Houston Rockets End 20-Game Losing Streak With 117-99 Win Over Raptors
"Night with they lost to the Charlotte Hornets 197 and believe it or not. Houston Rockets ended their 20 game losing streak where they went over the Raptors. 1 17 99 Wow 20 came staying 20 games Jazz over the Bulls Won 22 95 Clippers beat the Hawks 1 19 1 10 up next for the Spurs. The Clippers tomorrow night and Thursday. Yeah,
Susan Mills Introduces Detective Colt Jessup In Steamy Thriller Rock Bottom
"In today's episode visible. Susan wilson author of rock bottom occult jessop novel the first book and the jessop series of fast paced and spellbinding thriller with a hint of romance. About lucas twin. Sister brianna is dead and isabelle refuses to accept that her sister could have died by suicide returns to charlotte from new york to find out the truth. Enlisting the help detective coach jesse vice cop in new about brianna history of addiction as it come closer to finding the killer. Isabella found herself in mortal danger. And only jessop can prevent her from becoming the next victim. Bob rogers author of the laced. Shamlan calls the book. A superb mystery and thriller with a new level of action or or providing insights into addiction embezzlement greed and policing susan. Welcome sir thank you. Thank you for having me -gratulations on the book you know we. I met a thank you parker books about five years ago. I was there to plug my first book. I think you were there with your husband. I think it might have been your second or your third book at the time. And i bought your thank. You was good gone. Bad is the one that listen. I fuck i work you and your now to have many seven and seven. I'm working on my eight. Okay what do you do put out every year. Usually the last book rock bottom bottom took me eighteen months front to me. Sixty five is sixty. Five thousand words ahead to put some coherent order. Took longer gasa said. You made the mistake in your first novel. Good gone bad of killing off your best character about. His name was streaker and he was the former cop who went to the dockside. And that's where the title came. Good going bad and everybody log. This particular character and i hated that i killed him off because i wanted to write him again so i just invented. His brother and his brother is a cult. Jessop who is Pardon my new series. That i started. And he has some of the similar traits since his brother and likes to go rogue and doesn't always follow by the rules so he was a lot of fun to write so. I'm having a good time with colds and reported to him being in in future novels but he the paranormal route and brought. You know your first character back in the second books on how through some supernatural maine's or suffering. I could've done that. But i chose not not. You know what you're right. You're right the The suspense thrillers with the with the touch around. That now a little bit about uses. And you're the author of rock bottom and six other romantic suspense novels first of all. What is a romantic suspense novel. It's fast pace page turner. it's a really not quite as intense as a thriller as very similar to a mystery. And what i've ride is Not a cozy mystery. But it's more like a hard full detective story and That's a good way for me to reach a bit wider market because women like my books a lot for the romance for the guys like the rough characters and some of the hard bowl techniques that are using stories. You said that you are a woman trapped in the body of a sweet southern bell at that you release your inner wild child creating gritty stories where the sparks fly Talk about talk about the pretty much sends me up. I didn't realize that to my daughter. said that that she said mom. Everybody thinks you're so sweet and ns than than such as polite southern lady she said but. I think that you're a tall blonde and a leather jacket on motorcycle and And i laugh at that but this kind of like what i like to raid is kind of gritty stuff. I like the gritty movies. My favorite movies shawshank redemption. I don't watch the a nine into the Ryan combs a lot of women are so i like kings kinda gritties. So that's what i like to read. And so that's what i write.
AstraZeneca may have used outdated info in vaccine trial
"But the data Safety Monitoring Board, an independent agency that oversaw the trial, now says AstraZeneca may have included outdated info, which provided an incomplete view of how affected the vaccine is. The vaccine was put on hold in more than a dozen European countries this month over concerns about blood clotting, but has since been declared safe. It is yet to be approved by U. S regulators. Well. The Spurs were unable to start their nine game home stand with the wind falling to the Charlotte Hornets last night. 197. The team rallied from a 12 point deficit to tie the game late but were unable to close it out with the win
LaMelo Ball Is Out Indefinitely With a Wrist Injury
"Ball rookie of the year favourite for charlotte took a really bad fall. You could see him grabbing his wrist or in the game wo zhe and everybody saying fractured wrist. Isan such a bummer. Because he was so exciting to watch made the hornets kinda league past favorite team. How exciting they were with hayward and rosiere devante grandma's back. Pj washington but Bummer news lamelo going to miss the rest of the year.
Whats In a Name, Image, and Likeness? Social Media and College Athletes
"David is sunday there. Games going on all around us. How is your bracket doing you know. I thought i was doing so badly. I didn't even check yesterday until this morning. And i looked. And i was in third place in my in my pool and i don't know how that happened. I can only assume that. Winning a war of attrition here is my is my assumption. David hale covers college sports from charlotte north carolina and his latest report on the future of athletes name image and likeness. Rules is on. Espn dot com yet. David you're the right person to talk to. You are ranked third in your group. I am currently looking at. Espn dot com right now. Ranked ten million two hundred twelve thousand six hundred and forty second to the country. Which is you know not great. Look you're a mere two hundred change thousand away from being in the top ten million and i think that's something to be quite proud of. I will settle for a goal like that after the weekend that i've had picking this bracket but david one of the stories. That's been so inextricable from the brackets has been your reporting college athletes and this whole universe of rules and regulations that are known as name image and likeness so alongside all these great games. That were watching. We've also been seeing this social media phenomenon. Basically was hashtag called not ncwa property. Can you tell us the meaning behind that. Yeah this is in some ways. The next generation of some of the conversations that we saw on social media over the summer last year about a social justice about we want to play. Athletes are really learning that they have leverage via social media. And what they're leveraging right now is the immense amount of attention that is on the ncaa tournament in women's to sell the message they want name image and likeness rights but what this essentially would allow is for players to profit off of their name image and likeness which means they could do an endorsement. They could do a tv commercial. They could be an influence or on social media and get paid for it. They could go to their hometown and host a basketball camp for youth in that area and make money from it. All of this should seem very reasonable because if you are a education major and you want to have a side business tutoring in college. You can do that if you are on a music scholarship and you want to piano concert and get paid for it. You can do that. But if you're a walk on not even on scholarship playing athletics at the aa level and you want to do anything to make money with your name. Image likeness using your skillset. You're out of luck. Currently
Ellen Birkett Morris Explores the Quiet Power of Womanhood in Lost Girls
"In today's episode visit with ellen briquet morris author of lost girls short story collection which explores the experiences of women and girls is a confront the challenges and expectations of womanhood. Ginny awful author of whether of speculation last things called this book a dazzling collection stories. The showcases morris as impressive ability had devastating truce was seemingly small moments of. You've lost girls. In the southern review of books said vivid snapshots female struggle march demonstrates the tire women acknowledging one another and themselves in a world where they're continually does managed the woman girls in these stories. Hold the antidote to their own erasure and in turn give it to us on the way can prevent each other from becoming loss girls l. Welcome to the show. Hello good glad to be here. And you're coming to us. All the way from louisville kentucky kentucky well s the magic of remote podcasting right we can. We can stretch. Stretch our podcast around round the catching around the world here. So congratulations on the book. Oh thank you very much. yeah it's A nice collection of stories. I enjoyed reading reading the book and I want to start out with this Quote that. I just read in the opening that these stories how devastating truce was seemingly within seemingly small moments and Did you have that in mind when you started writing these stories or is that a thing that just sort of when you got the oh. Yeah okay. I'll see that now didn't didn't necessarily have it in my. Although i think i recognize it from works of literature that i've read you know i'm a big fan of the work of the writer. Lee martin and lee martin does that. He focuses on ordinary people and ordinary moments. That become waited with. Meaning you know In terms of the way he constructs the story sent so Though it wasn't a goal. I was really pleased to see that. That's how she read it. And this idea of truth surfaces another author of us to lasting truce to reside in the familiar And two other author your said you can step back. And behold the world and make unexpected discoveries As your any stories riding them in different points of view your audience and First person third person But you are the author of these stories. What did you Step back behold into this work when you get through you know. I it story my story there were revelations so in each story. I had a moment when i finished it when i thought oh. Wow that's where we ended up. You know that sort of surprise that you can that can happen in the in the course of the creative process and then you know with the collection itself at bishop. Early developed a collection and had a meal photographer from boston. Traveling through the south and it was all about him in his life and for some reason Folks that were reading it. They liked him okay. They weren't super excited about it. It occurred to me that the women in the stories not him were the most interesting part of the stories and then there was a point in our culture where people were really turning their attention to the experiences of women at through that metoo movement and it occurred to me that i had a whole bundle of stories that really featured women and so i went back toned down the photographer character in some cases elevated some of the other characters and found that when i had was a cohesive collection that simply centered on the experiences of women and girls and that in itself was really a revelation. I had you know. I didn't really know that. I had that many stories. That would hang together in quite that way. But i was really delighted to find that they did and Have felt really confirmed as readers as a whole sort of a collection. That's that's cohesive and and pulled together based on those themes yourself your woman you grown up. You experienced These moments where you are not as interesting and they interfere with what what women are trying to do. Were there any stories in this collection that Maybe were more personal to you than that other. Well you know there are a couple of them that really resonate with me Like miss not being a ballerina as about of kind of lonely little girl. At who's best friend's mother is getting ready to undergo cancer treatment. And you know. I remember being a kid and i remember having a best friend and how central and passionate those relationships can be and And and that idea that if happens to your parents at sort of up engineer world And so i feel. I feel very tenderly towards that one. The other story that that really The that stays with me. And and i wrote it kind of straight as as a sad story but people read it really a satire and ad i read it to groups and they laugh at it is the story religion about the The lonely thirty year old woman. Who goes to she thinks. She's going to a day coupons class and she had step in a breastfeed irs lake meeting. And you know it's a it's a story about really not being seen in. It's a story about being desperately lonely and you know. I just remember points in my when i felt that way and didn't feel a part of a group or one badly to be a part of a group and you know that's really what drives her. Those are her motivators. She wants so badly to be accepted that she fabricates the idea that she has this child. And she pursues this goal of breastfeeding. So again i wrote it straight but people it is funny. It's really not
Nikola Jokic climbs past Dikembe Mutombo for impressive Denver Nuggets record
"Yokich. Okay. All right. He's the franchise leader and double doubles right now. Yeah, and I haven't said this name in a long time on this broadcast, so I'm gonna give it a go. He passes Denver Nuggets legend Don't know You're not going to do it all. Are you, Kim Bain Will Tom Bo mop Alando Mo combo, Zhaan Shock One will tumble, John. I mean, kind of a nice job. I think you got pretty close to Carol. I can't. I can't remember my kids. Middle name is but I got that. Yeah. Joker now is has more double doubles than anyone in the history, The Denver Nuggets, and he's 25 doesn't feel like he's just getting started. Dude. Yeah, he had been here that long. Incredible. He was a plus 20 miss one shot tonight. One shot out there, Right, right. I mean, come on, joker would I don't even know what you're doing at the cellar, The yoke its killer. Tell me and Charlotte they pulled him and didn't put him back in the fourth quarter. I think people might not
No Grease, The Small Business Champion Of The People
"All right y'all back on the line. Deion and jimmy. Johnson from no greece are back on the line and of course last time we talked. It was a controversy going on at southpark mall that has been resolved and now they here to kind of tell us. What was the conclusion of that controversy. How ya doing brothers going man. I'm so proud of y'all man. I'm so extremely proud. Man that was a great look for us here in charlotte man to see them do the right thing and they wouldn't to underwrite thing. We wouldn't have stood up for our rights and what was right. God back this up one thousand percent you you started the whole thing man so we appreciate you. People really heard heard our voice. I threw you manso. We appreciate Being j murphy and everything that you you brought to the table for as so thank you so much well. We give all praise the gulf for having the courage to Talk about things like this and you know we doing this for our children. We are doing this like dame dash that we this for the culture. Let's talk about the conclusion note of what happened between you and south park mall. It came to resolve by way of simon property from corporate Getting involved so it wasn't a more management from south park. It was corporate Simon property and actually wanted to see os clue in and they met with me and my brother that friday. And let's be clear it was the people and it was the the media and all of those different outlets that no them charlotte it. Wasn't you know no greece wasn't germane game. You know it was the people and particularly that people are charlotte and so The ceo he flew in. We met them on their friday. They informed us. On some of the you know how was kinda mishandled on You move management side and you know there was a deal being worked That the lower management didn't know corporate was doing with a bigger company which included twenty stores in that store that we were in which included in the math. They knew that the best thing to do was finish out. Lease and then Finish that deal with that company A more broader thing was that they recognize that we had already been five other locations in simon properties. They wanted to help us expand and they're going to give us a permanent lease there in South park so choose to do it. At the end of the lease Actually already offered us two locations already in there. We just haven't made a decision on which one of the locations we would you know Prefer okay and guessing the nutshell gang. Yeah i just want to back up. You know just a little bit. Was that that pressure that the city the people of charlotte put on on simon property in in south park. You know may that resolve happen real real soon. You know in twenty four hours. Basically they had already reversed. You know the whole combination of our lease and so that was already know down at twenty four hour that they was not terminating us and then everything else was about. How do we do better as a corporate entity working with small businesses. How do we do better. So that's how discussion got to wanted to see ios clients charlotte and having that discussion with us so a lot of people when they were looking at this story. You know two black barbers in south park and people were were saying. Hey nah is this. Racism i an are. They doing this deliberately. Because they don't want black people to become successful business entrepreneurs in south southpark mall in and then others would want to come in and say. Hey look we don't need that many black people in the south park ball. That wasn't the case at all. Was it or was that was not issue with south park. Simon property it was not the race the race card but the issue of the community and in particular small businesses and black businesses and particularly. Those issues are the broader issues that they attached with no greece's issue. That's why we want to kind of continue this conversation so that we could deal with some of the broader issues. That's happening not only in charlotte across america was small businesses and specifically. You know when we start talking about small businesses. we're talking about black businesses. Also so. I think that's the that's why we think it's important to continue this conversation. And start to plan strategies and actions moving forward because this really energized the small business community when i saw this happening and everybody put themselves in your place. I know that you want to really be a catalyst for helping. Small businesses thrive and and the begin to be established especially with young people. What do you think is our next step for building. Economic mobility was small businesses. Not a we have. The city's attention. And when i say we i'm tom. The small business community is now. It's time for us to put the pressure you know on our politicians and our leaders here in charlotte and say okay. What are we doing as a small business community. What opportunities really are afforded to us here in charlotte. Let's start holding our leadership accountable. And when i say our politicians talking about our our private equity investors here the banks. Those are the people that we need to start saying. Okay now what are the opportunities here because we have this challenge here with you. Know being data city and meaning no when economic mobility. Here you know. We have a a group of people that fallen last here. I mean if you're born poor in charlotte you remain poor for the rest of your life right and small businesses the big answer to that. We need to create more small businesses so that we could deal with this poverty issue here in charlotte. You know we're talking about you know tax dollars and we're talking about politicians who obviously they get paid by tax dollars. They need to be held accountable. These answer
"charlotte" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast
"Is Your path and it's okay to give yourself a little grace. When math isn't your thing, you still have to do it, so have to learn it, but there is some real value that comes in finding what you are good at and what you feel. Good doing and what that does to you as a person. Screwed so. Before we get under the covers to talk about this book, you've got a book cover here the Bendon Redwood. Road, it looks like This guy looks like it could be out west or maybe heading toward the mount. Give us more description of what we're looking at here. So the cover is I. Love The colors when a cover designer send it to me these kind of Pale and Emerald Greens and you as the. Are Looking up the road towards the mountains, and there is a literal bend in that road. And so I think there's a trap sometimes authors feeling obligated to make their cover too literal to the story, so that's why now I kind of collaborate I used to have more hand in the cover design, but when you're writing the story, I think it can be really personal to what you want on there, and you can miss opportunities to really put a cover on there that that jumps out, so that was. Designed by Mike Cover designer in the second I saw it gave me the feeling that I wanted to capture in the book. Looks like Someone's on a trip could be journey, and in fact, that's what's going on in this book and Hey. You're ready to get on yes. You like our mission of helping others give voice to their written words. Please consider leaving a short written review about Charlotte Readers podcast on Apple podcasts or the podcast platform of your choice. Because when you leave a review, it helps authors reach more listeners. You can keep up with news about the show and member only content for our member supporters joining our email list. We promise not to spend you because well. That takes too much time, and if you join the list, we will give you a free e book written by me the first book and the Christmas courtroom trilogy. Charlotte readers podcast is a member of.
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"All of the world twenty-four hours a day and bloomberg.com on the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg quick take is Bloomberg Radio losing Bell. Wrong with the world headquarters on Charlotte, There was a down day on Wall Street Stock slumped Airlines and hotels particularly hard hit amid signs at World economy has a long way to go get back on track down for the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange almost four shares fell on the S&P 500 index for everyone the gained the tech-heavy NASDAQ gauges dropped off a record intraday high in the afternoon a losing session there at or near session lows has some peace about 34 points down 1.1% NASDAQ retreating from yesterday the record down eighty nine point to drop of nine tenths of 1% the downtown 396 points down one and a half percent lot of those losses really coming in the past fifteen minutes of trading the year of 12 30 seconds with the yield of .63% gold of twelve dollars an ounce of $0.07 1% $17.90 an ounce and West Texas intermediate crude down to 7:10 to 1% off.
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"charlotte" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast
"Were these characters? Searching for in this book again I would say redemption and forgiveness and connection which is which is something that I think. A lot of us are looking. Were you searching for anything yourself personally? Writing this book personally How to get get her done? Research words the weren't able to find I just wanted to tell a good story Yes two different ways have been a satisfying experience for you lead you to. I'm incredibly happy. I did sort of changed your life. Experience has it. I mean is it something you think of something valuable to your journey in life to have done this. Oh yeah without question To be in a position where you know you've had this dream since you were a little kid of writing a novel into habit you put it out into the world and to habit embraced in the way that this book has been embraced as just for me. Something I'm just incredibly grateful for. Screw your pro. I know you got invest. Today you're probably on deadline so we're GONNA have to stop here but Listen thank you for being on the show. I really appreciate it. Thank you so much for having me. Landis appreciate it well. That's it for today. Another fun author giving voice to the written word. Landis will be back next Friday getting under the covers with another interesting author before then coming on Tuesday. We'll have another long form episode with readings conversations about the written words and the writing life for they local or regional author. Landis loves helping authors give voice to their written words. But he can't do it alone if you're cloud to help me help. Authors give voice to the written words. Please consider becoming a member supporter. We'd love to have you as a member. When you join at certain levels will give you access memory contact curated by the authors and would you like to hear more from the authors perhaps a variety of presentations on writing craft or additional readings or tips on marketing and social media. Would you like some behind the scenes insights and reflections from me or some entity content from previous episodes without interruptions? You can find out about these member only benefits and how to become a member supporter at Charlotte readers. Podcast DOT COM. Thank you for your sport and thank you for listening until next week. I'm Landis way for Charlotte Readers podcast..
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"Listeners today I'm visiting with Sandy Hill and talking about her five novel Sandy's written four historical novels three set in North Carolina and one in Pennsylvania and she has one gentle murder mystery deadline for death sentence. Charlotte San is a lifelong reader. Who Read Her First Short Story Tin Ten? She's fascinated with language having learned Braille Sign Language and most recently Spanish. She's a lifelong volunteer member of the Charlotte Writer's Club and many other organizations and is married very to a kindred spirit spirit. She says a novelist himself Sandy. Welcome to the show. Thank you so sandy. You've been at this writing thing A while you know Dennis your husband husband is going to be on this show to him about the fact that you've got Five books He's got to your three head. I'M GONNA keep that lead you. They will let him catch a lot to think about that about that. You've got another couple of books. You think. Plenty of other books in. I love to write. You love to tell stories right. Do you know you shared some information with me about your past which I found interesting or number levels first of all you are a very active person right. This is true. I I enjoy staying busy. Well you are skated until what age were about in my. Let's see I'd already met Dennis so I guess I was in my Late fifties maybe When I I quit you quit because You your children word you might fall on the frozen surfaces and yet you were involved in Talk Wando at the time to I was I was. I've always been an athletic person as well as someone a new likes to read so Dennis is owners PS and QS. Around you right. Talk Cuando and ice skating in August. Yeah right under my thumb insurance. Well you did you do lift weights You Walk Daily. You've done that for for many many years. You said you grew up skating waiting on frozen pause but you also said to me that you You grew up poor poor Pennsylvania and worked through school and And that somehow influenced deriding I think it has particularly influenced the blue car which is set in the mountains of North Carolina and deals with a a young girl age. Twelve who who is poor and It helped me To make that realistic and bonds have courage. I knew what it was like to To go out on the frozen morning with The new car. You're a knew what it was like to go out into a outdoor privy in summer with wasps or winter when you're freezing All those things helped me bring some sensory experiences. I think to those novels in particular and actually aww tangled threads is set at the turn of the nineteenth century. So it It helped me with that too. We're going to get under the covers with those books in just a moment But reading and writing and interesting languages something you've had most of your life right. This is true and still do. I mean you were writing stories at a young engage and You said you learn Braille sidelines and most recently Spanish. So we're we're give sandy languages fascinate. Let me They fascinate me on many levels. There are a challenge there an opportunity to connect with other people through learning Spanish. I've been able to connect with Some of the Hispanics in our community and in particular. I teach them English as a second language which helped people get their citizenship I learned Braille because I was at home not working with the baby and was bored but but I was able to use it to Braille a cookbook for young bride. They've all been very rewarding. And you're an editor at the Charlotte Observer for a number of years and a- As that helped your writing or is it somehow gets you. floss pecking pages as you as you start as you go along It's helped and hindered. It's helped because only once my whole writing career have I suffered from writer's block. It is hindered because my first drafts are incredibly short Yeah because that's what you learn in the newspaper business. Keep it tight and so I have to Learn I had to learn to let the story. Sorry breathe and to expand okay so before we dive under the covers just talking about book covers for second one of the books you're GonNa read from today. is bonds of courage and all that on that front cover. It looks like this could be a A river sort of set in the foothills. Maybe I don't know where would this be said. That is actually only the Susquehanna river into indepence near Towanda Pennsylvania. I'm from Towanda. Pennsylvania rivers are in almost all my novels for for some reason I grew up on a river An imbalance encourage One of the characters fleas downstream the Susquehanna and so that seemed like a fitting cover for. Okay you ready to get under the covers with me. Let's go let's go if you like. Our mission of helping authors give voice to their written words. Please consider leaving short written review about Charlotte Readers podcast on Apple podcasts or the podcast platform of your choice because when you leave a review it helps authors reach more listeners. You can keep up with news about the show and member only content for our member supporters joining our email list. We promise not to spam you because as well that takes too much time and if you join the list we'll give you a free e book written by me the first book in the Christmas courtroom Trilogy Charlotte Readers. PODCAST is a member of the twin city podcast network powered by Ortho Carolina for more information. Go to Queen City podcast network. Dot Com I book deadline for death. What's going on there? I decided I wanted to write a book and I chose a mystery because I thought mystery would be rather structure. I would have to have suspects. I'd have to have a clues Things that would help me to Hangar structure my first novel And I also operating on right what you know of veered after that I said it in a mythical Charlotte newspaper mythical shown is as if there were a lot of shroud new service to choose from right. Well I have to say it'd be The physical layout is based exactly on the old Charlene Observer building but the characters are are different. And you say that in that book along the way that You know there's a quest to find to kill her but The person who searching must cope with family secret. That's been buried for years owners in a secret that threatens One of her important relationships. That's true I guess. Another theme perhaps APPS that runs through all of my books is secrets the effects of secrets on relationships both positive and negative. Okay so we started out with a with a body in chapter one awesome deadline for death. We've got to solve it and then you move to To a different kind of store I did. I think the next one I wrote was tangled threads. I went to the Museum of the New South and saw their exhibit from cotton fields. Skyscrapers and I was intrigued. By the whole Piedmont textile mill Story I started to do some research and the next thing I know I'd written tangled threads which is set in a like around little before nineteen hundred Piedmont cotton mill the village mythical again because I wanted to let my characters go down any street that I made up And it deals with the relationship between into Young Girls Ruth and Roseanne rather and Delia and various pass. It they take can. Life's something happens early on that Changes their relationship to one of Being enemies to each other Aw and then. Years later near the end of life The granddaughter comes and To deal you in a nursing home and tells sir she has to come back and confront her enemy and that is about making peace at the end of your life with things you did earlier and secrets you've got also Wanted to explore the relationship between old and young. There aren't as many books as I'd like with really older characters my character after was eighty years old And so that was something else that interests me in that book in your one. One of the Young girls escapes the mill and other Remains behind and you say timing on their lives sort of intertwined and sometimes unexpected and painful ways even fail you say And after returning under their childhood home and they're stunned to find out of that. Some of these secrets you say that have been hidden right. That's right okay. And then you got.
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"Let's get to the stories in this case, the action on the set at Charlotte squawks. I'm your host Landis. Wade, thank you for listening. Today's episode we meet Charlotte squawks co producers, Mike Collins, Brian con. And maybe some of the performers in the show, who explore the mania that has become a Charlotte music stage tradition and the booth playhouse of the blue off performing arts. Brian writes, the song lyrics and Chris PowerPoint design and Mike Drexel performs a show meant to make fun of just about everything, Charlotte, N beyond, what is Charlotte. Squawks Saturday Night, Live meets Broadway meets our beloved, Queen city, you joy Charlotte squawks share from thirty June twenty third, as they celebrate their quacks in ryniak asset s right? Fifteen years of funny. The creative team of Mike Collins and Brian cod collaborate with areas most talented performers to make fun of pop culture sports. Life and politics. We start out with my cons. And Brian con reading the director news for the sheer show, I and.
"charlotte" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast
"Welcome to Charlotte raiders podcast. Roth is give voice to the written words. This is the show where made Charlotte area authors in those visit the Queen city, and we hear them read their work. This is season two spots about park road books. The oldest and only independent bookstore in Charlotte. I don't know about you. But I get a good fail, and I'm surrounded by world of new books and even better feel when I know I'm supporting the local independent bookstore. Consider stopping about Parker books for your feel-good experience. You'll meet a friendly staff ready to recommend that next. Great read just for you. Speaking of feeling good. I've gotta give feeling that you will enjoy our guest author today. So let's get to it. I'm your host Landis. Wade. Thank you for listening. In this episode author Cathy, Pickens mystery writer, turn true crime aficionado, h I book about ghostly halts, Charleston, South Carolina and finishes stories about sensational crimes committed over the years in Charlotte. Can't these won numerous awards for mystery books and that experience later research right about the criminals in our backyard. She reason discuss the stories about murdered bikers. Fraudulent Vangelis Assira killer, the infamous limits harder Fargo, heist in a woman tried in the nineteen twenties called razor girl. Cathy, also discusses crafts ticks, the true crime genre and more start with tale from her book Charleston mysteries. True guzzling hawks in the holy city. The knees editor's murder in a house. Not too far. From the battery one, oh, one Rutledge street was the scene of scandalous murder in the afternoon of March, the twelve eighteen eighty nine captain Dawson editor of the Charleston news and courier with shot and killed in the home of young doctor McDowell the testimony during the cessation trial that follows at Charleston buzzing with whispers of Victorian sex scandal, captain Francis. Warrington Dawson stormed into Dr McDowell's office that March afternoon threatening McDowell both his cane and his power in the community. Dawson was upset over the doctor's attentions to Dawson's. Young Swiss governess, the argument was mismatched. One Dawson was a distinguished confederate veteran and well known in Charleston, a large and imposing man make Dow short and slightly built was a newcomer and announce outer Mary to a. Wealthy German woman. According to McDowell Dawson's beating and berating left McDowell with no choice, but to pull his pistol and fire. It took more than an hour for Dawson to breathe. His last in a media confession may have kept this case from becoming one of Charleston's most talked about trials the doctor McDowell I tried to cover up his crime by burying Dawson's body in the sand beneath his outside stairway. When he had difficulty digging the hole deep enough, he thought better of his actions. He dragged the body from the whole tried the dust the sand from Dawson's hair and clothes, then three hours after the shooting. Mcdowell confessed policemen on the street. Ironically, another policeman who knew of captain Dawson's concerns about his governesses honor had received word that afternoon of a single pistol shot on Rutledge street. Fearing trouble. He went immediately to McDowell's door, but was told and nothing was wrong. At the time. Of course McDowell must have been locked in his ground-floor office with the dead or dying. Captain Dawson, the trials circus. Rumors had circulated about captain Dawson's own affections for his children's governess. Marie Burr Damon the lady in black the tiny attractive Swiss woman at the center of the murders. Argument testified that McDowell married man had given her a gold what and paid her many attentions. She had loaned him a scandalous novel called 'twixt love and law about a single girls. Love for a married man after a long sweltering trial. The jury deliberated only two hours when the jury declared McDowell not guilty the spectators cheered the debates over the surprise verdict finally died until a fee. Later when on a hot summer day, Dr McDowell's dead body was discovered in his home on Rutledge street. Some say the specter that visits wanna one Rutledge is Dr McDowell but others climate is captain Dawson. Maybe both are inside locked in a continuing battle for the affections of twenty two year old governess with a charming accent. Publishers weekly called Kathy's, I mystery southern fried assured debut, cozy with some sharp edges that book when the Saint Martin's best traditional mystery would two thousand three shrimp five books in that series as well as Charleston mysteries history press a walking tour of the quirky side of Charleston. She's the fat. Cram columnist for the international mystery readers journal is currently working on a book on historic Charlotte. Crime cases, Kathy served as national president of national sisters in crime national secretary of mystery writers of America founding member and president of the Mecklenburg forensic medicine program evidence collection preservation training collaborate in a previous life. She was the Weyermann from this business and the call school at Queen's University partner in a plane is trial firm church organist, and acquire director and a ballroom clogging coach. Currently she offers workshops on developing the creative process coaches and teach his new riders to Charlotte literally center for arts and works with former inmates starting their own businesses and writing their own
"charlotte" Discussed on Crave with Charlotte Mei
"In grave with charlotte may on nine three eight now in the next segments of crave we will be covering the topic of beef and today we start with shopping tips nowadays we shop for everything in a supermarket however we forget that there are places like the wet market or even butcher shops that we can head to for fresher cuts of meat we chat to chef chris miller from stellar at one hundred huge to find out what are some important questions to ask your butcher when shopping for beef generally it's a good idea to have a recipe in mind you know what sort of you know cut you off too and then the bucci will generally no okay so this japanese beef is perfect as a steak maybe the anger is more flavorful in terms of a roast so have a recipes sort of vaguely in mind i don i just go randomly and just select based on what i can see and then also a good idea for stakes in particular is to ask for the modeling school so the modeling score in a stake it's about the fat content went so typically the fat is where a lot of the flavor lies so if you want wanna high modeling score in terms of your stakes yeah and then you know just if you unsure how long should you keep it how should you store it yeah often the boot you'll have some good tips there as well okay and chef would you say that there are certain cuts which are more forgiving when it comes to cooking if you knew to the kitchen as a general rule you know that the certain cuts for brazing so do them you know if a slow cooking that's the more lean cuts you know such as your beef cheek and your your knuckles and what have you and then you know if you'll stakes generally keep it to grilling and you know cooking on the barbecue over the wood is perfect stay tuned to the next segments of crave where we cover topics like how to cook a steak the best way to keep meets in the fridge and top tips for cooking meats at home this has been craved with me charlotte may on ninety eight now if you've missed any of these segments you may download the podcast via the me.
"charlotte" Discussed on Crave with Charlotte Mei
"In grave with charlotte may on nine three eight thousand people tend to serve champagne as an tive before heading to the dining table and then they switched wine but what we forget is that a glass of bubbly can also go well with food so i speak to guild goossens the knowledge est at vocally goto find out which foods go well with champagne well that's the magic of champagne you have to consider their champagne now as a real wind on there so many different champagne that every single champagne has an individual personality and specificity so you can pair many different kind of champagne with different kind of food you can't stop for example we've a non vintage brut for a desert it goes well with finger food or light peters there and then try to go on a vintage champagne you know we've vintage you have much more more fruits like up precourt our peach or peer and you've got also all dues tasty knots of has a not not dryness it's really rich interns full of stricture so if you pair of vintage we've more complex food like breast chicken with creamy sauce really nice and then we've got rosy rosy champagne is really nice on red meats i always on common but actually if you want to impress your friend you have to try a ruse champagne on red meat now tell me is there any foods that don't go well with champagne there some ingredient that do not go really well with champagne like garlic galaxies so strong that i cannot crush the champagne tastes so don't use too much galley in your dish i'm a really big chocolate lover but chocolate is not really good with champagne so all that means is.
"charlotte" Discussed on Crave with Charlotte Mei
"In grave with charlotte may on nine three eight dow continuing the conversation on italian violinist niccolo pag nina's love for rub yolly food anthropologist alexandra genaro shares his famed recipe here on crave b's beef jackson beat a four in this osage and brains do no brain sale veal and sawn because people use a lot of office so they are an important ingredients of this stuffing their vehicles italian to chinese in the use of the peak we always always use all the peaks are i don't divorce sorry and that is the buddha gina the barrage of indebted beaverton theme is that in the base that are not eggs only water and our i use some white wine because it is most more flavor right and the other thing is said souls back enemy was very precise because he loved the tease you should cook overnight it feazel meet with tomatoes and on your and overnight and then the the after the meat is completely melted and the soul has it but derek great flavor and i'm definitely heading out for some reveal tonight to satisfied as craving of god right now thank you answer apologised alissandria genero for sharing all of that with us if you've missed any of these segments you may download the podcast via the me vado app this has been craved with me charlotte may on ninety eight now in the know on the go.
"charlotte" Discussed on Crave with Charlotte Mei
"In grave with charlotte may on nine three eight dow today we are transported to eat dalia where we find out more about an italian dumpling they've ravioli the word ravioli stems from an old italian word ryava jerry which means to wrap the tradition was to serve vegetarian ravioli as they were mostly each and during lent when the eating of meat was prohibited traditional fillings included cheeses such as recruiter and vegetables like spinach or other pureed vegetables now that is a fog cry from the law of stuff ravioli we see today in fact historically raviolis were not luxury food we eat today they were commonly eaten by the poor who stuffed leftovers into pasta sheets to each and foreign nother meal food anthropologist alexandra denardo shares more yes is one of the most families recipes to telly and especially make down jane veget is considered the land of review all in the middle age and really had also had a great bore them sir for the survivor of the mankind because people people that county to be pieces of meat can have this small pieces not so precious in this space three chester and they can eat so they can survive in the center and so on but if you only wear poorer food and it great great great have for the humanity and that was l a sandra genero food anthropologist if you've missed any of these segments you may download the podcast via demy vado app this has been craved with me charlotte may on nine three eight now in the know on the go.
"charlotte" Discussed on Crave with Charlotte Mei
"In grave with charlotte may on nine three eight dow continuing the conversation on italian violinist niccolo pag nina's love for rub yolly food anthropologist alexandra genaro shares his famed recipe here on crave b's beef jackson beat a four in this os and brains do no brain sale veal and sawn because people use a lot of office so they are an important ingredients of this stuffing their vehicles italian to chinese in the use of the peak we always always use all the peaks are i don divorce sorry and buries the boot algae new the barrage of indebted beaverton theme is that in the base that i've not eggs only water and shower i use a some white wine because it is most more flavor right and the other thing is said souls agani was very briefly sized because he loved the tease you should cook overnight it feazel meet with tomatoes and on your and overnight and then the after the meat is completely melted and the the sole has it but derek great flavor and i'm definitely heading out for some reveal tonight to satisfied as craving of god right now thank you answer paula gised alissandria genero for sharing all of that and with us if you've missed any of these segments you may download the podcast via the me video app this has been craved with me charlotte may on nine three eight now in the know on the go.
"charlotte" Discussed on Crave with Charlotte Mei
"In grave with charlotte may on nine three eight dow today on crave we speak to michael goodman and row had rupe chan from the downy partnership there the names behind some of singapore's most successful and unique fnb concepts including neon pigeon fat prince summer along the otani the list goes on now there is a great deal of options when it comes to food here in singapore are foodie paradise how'd you push the boundaries in singapore's food scene to stay on top for us it spending a lot of time assessing what's going on in the markets seeing what the the the food scenes like where it's going how it's growing and relenting where we find gaps in the market me on pigeon came about because you know we loved japanese food but every japanese restaurant that we came across in singapore was in its traditional form you had you know sushi places in rahman places and joseph places but everything was very traditional so i'll hope philosophy's been finding gaps in the mall kid i think that's key i mean for me pushing the boundaries means always staying ready to respond and react to what you learn and what you find is you develop your your idea design is a process and so creating a restaurant is innocence design it's not interior design just you're designing menu and you're designing a style and you're designing an idea and a concept trying to design an emotional experience for somebody who can't touch it or feel it or see it you're trying to create that before they even have that opportunity to do that so you have to stay nimble and fluid and be ready to go in whatever direction i mean you know you talk about neon.
"charlotte" Discussed on Crave with Charlotte Mei
"In grave with charlotte may on nine three eight dow today we continue on dry aged beef now have you wondered why dry aged meat is always more expensive than other meats you see on the menu well two reasons firstly the meat loses between fifteen to twenty percent of its original weight during the drying process which dramatically affects final product yields but also it requires a large refrigeration space with strictly controlled parameters such as temperature and humidity chefs steph on his stove from barak barring grill has customized his very own dry aging refrigeration space in his restaurant let's find out more than did my own recession than we decide to customize one in the same time in a similar did go to the best but show in france to learn the best with drinking's so dredging pretty much give a much more flavor to the beef so we have different pogrom which we start from two weeks to ten weeks now this refrige operator must be massive where in the restaurant do we find it and how much meat is in their shifted the open kitchen and he's just it's massive frigid that slowly chiro of meat inside pretty amazing and customer like it as well so you have a meet museum in your exactly and i woke us the milken chooser the piece that they won't and it's fun very fun indeed and now after learning about all the hard work that goes behind this process there is more for us appreciate in our next bite of dry aged beef if you've missed any of these segments you may download the podcast via the me radio app this has been craved with me charlotte may on nine three eight now in the know on the go.
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"In grave with charlotte may on nine three eight dow today on crave we find out more about dry aged beef what are they all about and why do they taste so much better and cost so much more dry aging is the process where large cuts of beef are aged in large refrigerator unit at near freezing temperatures for up to forty two days let's find out from chefs stiff on instead of var aachen grill who ages his own beef inhouse on what dry aging dust to beef drain jing is kind of changing on zaim of the beef so on time change and beef south get dockyard room but inside the flavor development schmo so when beef is ready we just take that parts around and then and then the beef is really tweets chef stefan also shares that the longer you age the beef different flavors develop it's pretty much a process of maturation quite like cheeses with the temperature humidity air circulation and bacteria levels strictly monitored the enzymes work on the meat without causing any spoilage it allows the development of flavors and also as the cell structure of the meat breaks down it makes it more tender and this is why that slab of dry age steak you see in restaurant menus are so delicious if you've missed any of these segments you may download the podcast via the me video app this has been crave with me charlotte may on ninety three eight now in the know on the go.
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"In grave with charlotte may on nine three eight dow today on crave we have dave burn brew master of pester street brewing company from vietnam he is here with us to share the difference between ale and lager both our beers but how are they different some people get hung up on aol and logger and light beer in beer and lager has to be a light beer ales always beer and none of that's true the only difference between alien loggers the east ales and lagers can both be dark can both be almost crystal clear can both be one percent alcohol to fifteen percent alcohol the only difference between the two is the yeast and how it's us so with an ale we're using top fermenting yeast which means that the yeast is active on the surface of the beer as its ferment thing which it normally does it a higher temperature so it takes shorter amount of time with a logger it's a bottom fermentation less contact less interactivity which means that it takes a longer amount of time and it's done in a cooler temperature so a typical ale will take about two weeks to make a typical logger closer to three or four weeks now let's talk about beer and food here any specific foods that go put tickets really well with ale or lager just depends on your kind of food and what kind of experience you're looking to get out of it i and hot wings is one of my favorite combinations drinking nice lager or even better a nice dry stout with some oysters classic combinations that you think of when it comes to food and beer and things that have been around historically for centuries now that is definitely getting me quite thirsty right now and that was dazed burn brew master of pasture street brewing company talking about ale and lager if you've missed any of these segments you may download the podcast via the me video app this has been craved with me charlotte may on ninetyeight eight now in the know on the go.
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"In grave with charlotte may on nine three eight dow new year's you've barrett from ristorante gosh is back to speak to us about their famed dish the cannelloni well this show a lot of people say that it's italian but the truth is that in catalonia we also have a story about the cannelloni it is because all the left overs about christmas we use it the next day to make the cannelloni because that tradition right now we are not using leftovers of course we are doing a special recipe for for it and in our case it has been in the family for five generations we are proud of it wonderful now what actually goes into this kind of loni it has a little bit of pork and beef and its rosette for many hours and one of the secrets is that we also put a small quantity of fog grasso if melts a little bit more in the mouth a lot of people use the typical chemin but we use it with a little bit of travels that's definitely not kinda lonely made out of leftovers if there is trump awful and fog there actually now did you learn this dish from your father as a young girl or did it take him many years before he could share the recipe with you this very special recipe that he came up with well the throw these that either recipe that it's not a secret a lot of people know it all the people who is working with us in the restaurant no with a lot of people list trying to do exactly the same cannelloni but at the end i really think that it's not only the ingredient it also the person who is behind doing it because when you make one plate it could have sold or it could be just a play so if you put your heart doing it or you would really are passionate about what you are doing you give something else to these ingredients and this is something that you cannot share his secret of our cannelloni.
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"Crave with charlotte may on nine three eight now out of sight out of mind insight in mind i'm sure you have heard of the seafood diet you know the one where each everything you see many people are on the seafood diet to some degree sometimes even simply smelling food gets us hungry and hunting for something to eat you may not know it but as you stare at a bag of chocolate cookies your body's actually getting ready for you to eat it your pancreas may start to secrete insulin ready to welcome the sugar rush it's expecting and this secretion of insulin then lowers your blood sugar level which makes you hungry and guess what happens next the more often you see the cookies or even think of them your willpower starts to wither away and the more likely you are to eat on impulse in fact you would probably eat more to this very simple study demonstrates this really well in two different rooms researchers put a plate of food in front of some people during a meeting the for a lunch in one room the food was covered with aluminium foil as the meeting went on and then the other the food was covered with transparent cling film instead in the end it was found that people ended up eating more of the food in the transparent rob than in aluminium foil now that's simply because they've been eyeing the food for longer and thinking about it more and as a result they simply eight more so if you've got a box of tidbits on your office desk i'm sure you are constantly battling with the decision of whether you can resist having a cheeky bite and easy solution for this is get the tidbits out of your sight move it elsewhere replace it with a calming blonde or a motivational quote or block it with a desk calendar now what if you can't move what's around you well then you move around it if you happen to drive by a process shop on the way home every night and as a result you stop by for a cheeky little supper now.