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In this episode of Feminist Book Club: The Podcast, we have two segments that will have your TBR list flourishing with cozy mysteries and empowered women. First Renee chats with Mia P. Manasala about her recently released cozy mystery, Murder and Mamon. Then Ashley, Rah, and Mariquita sit down for a mini-book club discussion revolving around Killers of a Certain Age by Deanna Raybourn Cozy Mysteries with Mia P. Manasala (00:23) If there were ever a perfect season for cozy mysteries, it's right now. Author Mia P. Manansala joins Renee to discuss all things cozy mysteries, including Mia's Tita Rosie's Kitchen series (Murder and Mamon is out today!). They discuss where the cozy mystery genre began, where it's going, and why we love it so much. Get your TBR ready, because this segment is packed with recommendations! Books mentioned: Arsenic and Adobo by Mia P. Manansala Homicide and Halo-Halo by Mia P. ManansalaBlackmail and Bibingka by Mia P. ManansalaMissing White Woman by Kellye Garrett A Fatal Groove by Olivia Black Vivien Chien's Noodle Shop series Board to Death by CJ Connor Dial A for Aunties by Jesse Q. Sutanto Also mentioned: Crime Writers of Color What Happens to Assasins When They Retire?: A Mini book Club Discussion (22:10) Ashley, Rah, and Mariquita are your companions on a journey through the thought-provoking themes of Killers of a Certain Age by Deanna Raybourn. Brace yourself for a discussion that champions older women who wield agency and take action. Not only will you gain deep insights into this captivating book, but you'll also hear a little about their dream cast for a potential film or TV adaptation. Get a copy of Killers of a Certain Age by Deanna Raybourn here Support our hosts & guests: Follow our host and guests: Mia P. Manansala: Instagram // Website Renee Powers: Instagram // The Storygraph Ashley's Instagram Mariquita: Instagram Rah's Instagram, TikTok Beyond the Box: Our weekly round-up of blog and podcast content delivered directly to your inbox every Friday Check out our online community here! This episode was edited by Rah Hernandez and produced by Renee Powers on the ancestral land of the Dakota people. Original music by @iam.onyxrose Learn more about Feminist Book Club on our website, sign up for our emails, shop our Bookshop.org recommendations, and follow us on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, Facebook, Pinterest.
Hola mi gente, we are back for Season 2 of “The Aguacate Chronicles”, I'm your host Giraldo Luis Alvaré. Gracias for listening. A big Aguacate shoutout goes to all the amazing guests in Season 2. Thank you for sharing your favorite foods and beverages you loved growing up and enjoy to this day. This is what inspired the Aguacate Chronicles. Now, you can't talk about culture without food. It's everything and more. Food unites us, it brings us together. I invited mi hermana Renata Sampaio, a renaissance woman, an entrepreneur, psycho-analyst, head of logistics, photographer, musician and of course an amazing chef. She reps Brasil and all the amazing things this beautiful country has to offer starting with la comida/the food. This episode features Bren Herrera and her love for cafecito y flan. That's not all, Renata shares her story, Brasil's national dish and cocktail. Not to mention, lots of coffee and desserts and a few other mouth-watering surprises. Stay close to the kitchen or your favorite food delivery app, because you will be hungry. So let's break bread, put some aguacate on it and jump right into this episode. Don't forget to rate, review, follow, subscribe, like and share. Check out my Linktree for more info. Tune in next week. Aguacate! Siempre Pa'lante! Always Forward - https://linktr.ee/sp.alwaysforward CONNECT WITH CO-HOST Renata Sampaio - Renaissance Woman - IG - https://www.instagram.com/renatabhny/ NOTABLE MENTIONS Aguacate Chronicles, Avocado, Renata Sampaio, Bren Herrera, Cafecito, 3 Coracoes, Bustelo, Pilon, La Llave, Café Cubano, Cuban Coffee, Cortadito, Colada, Chocolate, Cafezinho, Flan, Pudim, Tres Leches, Three Milks Cake, Brasil, Brazil, Minas Gerais, Cuba, Abuelita, Kitchen, Tempero Baiano, Brazilian Spice Blend, Yuca, Cassava, Adobo, Africa, Indians, Indigenous, Feijoada, Caipirinha, Cozy Corner Cuban Bistro, Garwood, Newark, New Jersey, Ismael Rivera, Maelo, El Sonero Mayor ORIGINS, FUN FACTS AND VARIETIES Aguacate (Avocado) https://www.thespruceeats.com/history-of-avocado-1807562 https://avocadosfrommexico.com/avocados/history/ https://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/holy-guacamole-how-hass-avocado-conquered-world-180964250/ https://www.thespruceeats.com/avocado-varieties-and-facts-1807836 Café/Coffee Leguizamo Does America - La Colada Gourmet A brief history of Cuban cafecito in Miami https://www.tenement.org/blog/bustelo-the-unlikely-story-of-how-a-cuban-flavor-captured-the-attention-of-new-york-and-then-the-natio/ https://www.casabrasilcoffees.com/coffee-history Flan Bren Herrera - Culture Kitchen - https://mycleo.tv/video/chef-bren-herrera-reveals-the-secret-ingredient-in-her-flan-recipe/ https://www.mashed.com/777674/the-untold-truth-of-flan/ https://www.eater.com/22871056/cuban-flan-recipe-traditional-dessert-how-to-make Feijoada https://nowinrio.com/feijoada-rio-de-janeiro/ https://lifeandthyme.com/food/what-feijoada-teaches-us-about-racial-inequity-in-brazil/ https://www.oliviascuisine.com/feijoada-recipe/ Caipirinha https://www.oliviascuisine.com/caipirinha/ https://brazil-help.com/cachaca.htm https://whataboutbrazil.com/what-is-caipirinha/ --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/spalwaysforward/support
ANOTHER HEALTH UPDATE WITH FRANCIS! HE CAN DRINK COFFEE AND CLEAR ALCOHOL! The Big Boy Cooking Club founders debate on what is the best Filipino Adobo and the techniques our 2 families use. Along the way we also discuss Filipino sweet treats. Listen/Watch our last episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y1i3OvqJs5Y
This week, we call Phobos and Deimos frat boys, take a look a Rick Riordan's blog, and bring up Homestuck shipping for some reason. Again. Please enjoy this delightful and fanfic-esque short story with us! Send us an Iris message at email@example.com with your thoughts and theories going forward! We would love to hear from you. Make sure to subscribe so you know when our next episode drops and rate and review if you like what we are doing. IG: www.instagram.com/oftheeldestgodspod/ Tumblr: https://www.tumblr.com/oftheeldestgodspod SUPPORT US ON PATREON: www.patreon.com/oftheeldestgods BUY OUR MERCH, PLZ: https://www.redbubble.com/people/OfTheEldestGods/shop Listen to The Restricted Section: https://www.deusexmedia.org/therestrictedsection.html Follow Leila: IG: https://www.instagram.com/leelz4realz/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Leelz4Realz Lelia's Plug: Arsenic and Adobo (book) Follow Charlie: IG: www.instagram.com/greenpixie12/ and www.instagram.com/greenpixiedraws/ Twitter: twitter.com/greenpixie123 Charlie's Plug: Nimona (movie) Raye's Plug: Sonic Adventure 2: Battle (game)
Proudly Asian Food Month 2023: Mia P. Manasala, the Filipino-American author of the award-winning “Tita Rosie's Kitchen Mystery” series (including “Arsenic and Adobo”, “Homicide and Halo-Halo” and more), joins us to talk about exploring aspects of the Filipino diaspora through her books and the essence of Filipino cuisine. Follow Mia P. Manasala: https://www.miapmanansala.com/ ------------------------------------------------------- Stay Connected with Proudly Asian: Website - https://proudly-asian.com Instagram - https://instagram.com/proudly.asian Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/@proudlyasianpodcast Send us a voice message - https://anchor.fm/proudlyasian/message Buy us a coffee - https://ko-fi.com/proudlyasian Email us - firstname.lastname@example.org
This week Frankie and Jay take another stop on our BBQ World Tour and are talking Filipino BBQ! From techniques to dishes we do a dive into this fascinating cuisine, and Jay even share some fun facts! (If you haven't already, make sure to check out our previous World Tour episodes which are at TheGrillCoach.com!)We kick off highlights with Frankie's new favorite wing in Portland at Chicken & Guns. Jay makes some Pinoy Style Rib Tips and Smoked Beef Kaldereta!BBQ question of the day is, “How do you maintain temperature in a weber kettle for a low and slow cook?” What say you? This week's Grill Coach Recommendation is at TheGrillCoach.com!After the break we dive into Filipino BBQ. What is Filipino BBQ? Where does Filipino BBQ originate from? What are common Filipino BBQ techniques? Jay shares some popular Filipino BBQ dishes and sides like Lechon, Dawsawan, Adobo, and Kamayan Celebration! Tune into the episode below! Have a grill coach question you would like us to answer on the show? Let us know! Email us at Support@TheGrillCoach.com or drop a question in the comments below! Follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Youtube @TheGrillCoach. And of course, don't forget to share to support the show!Support the show
Guten Morgen & Happy Pride Month everyone!For this episode, we have the wonderful Vivienne Lovecraft from Germany who is a non-binary, Filipino Drag Queen and is an activist for the LGBTIQ community. This is PART one of a two-part piece.This is the second time Tiffany is celebrating pride with Vivienne, as their first time was in Japan. Vivienne shares their background story, from living with a single mother in the Philippines for 5 years before moving to Germany. After the Berlin Wall fell, the country had a loose immigration law, an incentive to bring more people from around the world in. This is where Vivienne and their mum moved to a rural area in 1994. Growing up with mixed cultures, Vivienne explains the struggles of living in a community with not many Asians and the racism they faced. However, they also appreciate having two cultures where they have learned to adapt and have a unique perspective of the world. Vivienne reflects back on their childhood memories and acknowledges the good and bad that came along with it. They point out that recognizing our traumas is part of the healing process, as we try to protect the inner child in us to not get hurt again, yet we should not forget our older self, and offer ourselves the chance to live in the present moment. Vivienne shares that their healing process has been one of openness to communication and emotional connection through their art and drag. They mention the power they get from narrating their past trauma through art while being vulnerable which can resonate with others. Even though emotions are sometimes viewed as a weakness, Vivienne thinks otherwise. The discussion delves into Vivienne's 17-year relationship and what they think is the key to a last longing relationship, the keywords around “transparency” and “communication”. We later learn how Vivienne ended up in the pride event in Japan last year and their views on the LGBTQIA+ rights conversation in Japan from marriage rights to the unfortunate lack of recognition as a whole. Tune in next week to learn what Vivienne's experience as a drag artist is like! ~~~Vivienne Lovecraft is a non-binary, Filipino Drag Queen who grew up in Germany. She grew up in the northern part of Germany, close to a small town called Bremen, and worked there in an LGBTIQ-youth group until she moved to Berlin. For a few years, Vivienne is part of different queer and BiPoC activist groups to create safer spaces and host fundraising events for marginalized groups in the LGBTIQ-Community of Berlin. She loves to create shows, hosts and wants to share her passion for the art of drag with as many people as possible.Support the showBreakfast With Tiffany Show Official Facebook Page ~ https://www.facebook.com/breakfastwithtiffanyshow Tiffany's Instagram Account ~ https://www.instagram.com/tiffanyrossdaleofficial/ For coaching sessions & programs with Tiffany, check out her official page ~ https://www.tiffanyrossdale.com Breakfast With Tiffany Show Youtube Channel ~ https://bit.ly/3vIVzhE Breakfast With Tiffany Show Official Page ~ https://www.tiffanyrossdale.com/podcast For questions, requests, collaborations and comments, feel free to reach us via our email@example.com
Adobo is a Filipino dish made with meat, seafood, or vegetables braised in soy sauce, vinegar, herbs, garlic, bay leaves, and peppercorns. Chef Rudy Smith, corporate chef at Unilever Food Solutions, was inspired by this classic flavor profile to make a vegetarian twist on adobo with cauliflower and eggplant. The vegetables are braised in soy sauce, Knorr® Professional Liquid Concentrated Vegetable Base and vinegar and aromatics. Savory, sweet, and tart, your guests will love this Cauliflower and Eggplant Adobo. Get the Cauliflower and Eggplant Adobo recipe here!
Host Peter J. Kim will get into sinigang, adobo, lechon, and all that good stuff, but we'll also explore the interplay of names, language, menus, and the immigrant experience with chef and author Dale Talde, filmmaker and educator Evelyn Obamos, and hip-hop artist Ruby Ibarra, whose bangin' album Circa91 will be the soundtrack to this episode. For bonus tracks from Filipino and Filipino-American artists, check out Counterjam on Spotify.
Today I'm sitting down with Krysti Meyer, author & cozy podcaster to break down cozy mysteries for ya. We're talking grandma cozies to millennial cozies and everything in between. Of course we rounded out the episode with some recommendations perfect to read this spring. Krysti's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/getcozypodcast/ Get Cozy Podcast https://tinyurl.com/ywkp5s6s Not If I Date You First by Krysti Meyer (coming soon!) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BY3TJK3S Join my Patreon https://www.patreon.com/talkbookishpodcast Follow me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/talkbookishpodcast/ Talk Bookish to Me baseball cap https://www.bonfire.com/talk-bookish-to-me-classic-baseball-cap/ BOOKS MENTIONED Shady Hollow by Juneau Black Curds of Prey by Korina Moss Cheddar Off Dead by Korina Moss The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman It Takes Two to Mango by Carrie Doyle The Plot is Murder by V.M. Burns Arsenic & Adobo by Mia P. Manansala Dial A for Aunties by Jesse Q. Sutanto Finlay Donovan is Killing It by Elle Cosimano Vera Wong's Unsolicited Advice for Murderers by Jesse Q. Sutanto Vinyl Resting Place by Olivia Blacke A Fatal Groove by Olivia Blacke Death on Tap by Ellie Alexander Beer and Loathing by Ellie Alexander Spying in High Heels by Gemma Halliday Christmas in High Heels by Gemma Halliday Honeymoon in High Heels by Gemma Halliday Sweetheart in High Heels by Gemma Halliday A Skeleton in the Family by Leigh Perry Twilight Falls by Juneau Black Board to Death by C.J. Connor Beaches Bungalow & Burglaries by Tonya Kappes --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/talk-bookish-to-me/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/talk-bookish-to-me/support
In the Philippines, the name adobo was given by colonial-era Spaniards on the islands to a different indigenous cooking method that also uses vinegar. Although similar, this developed independently of Spanish influence
This episode the guys talk Jollibee being disappointing, Sinigang vs Adobo and If filipino food were high school students. They also dwell on Rihanna's superbowl performance, The Last of Us and a whole lot more!Follow our patreon for our latest "Un-Tuli" Episode : https://patreon.com/thecheatcodersCheck out our merch, previous episodes and more on our website: https://thecheatcoders.comFollow us on all social media: @thecheatcoders
SMOKY SPICED BEANS Serves 6 to 8 1 Vidalia onion, chopped 1 clove garlic, minced 2 cans pinto beans, rinsed and drained 1 8-ounce can tomato sauce 1/2 cup water 1 1/2 teaspoons smoked paprika 1 teaspoon chipotle powder 1/2 teaspoon Adobo seasoning dash Cajun seasoning pinch of coarsely ground black pepper kosher salt (optional) Instructions Heat a large nonstick skillet over high heat. Add onions and dry sauté until translucent. Sprinkle a little bit of water as needed to prevent sticking to the pan. When the onion is golden, add garlic and toss in the pan until fragrant – or for about 30 seconds. Stir in beans, tomato sauce, water and seasonings, and bring to a simmer. Cover, and continue simmering on low heat until slightly thickened for about 3 to 5 minutes. Remove from heat and serve. Serving suggestions! Serve Smoky Spiced Beans… Over Ezekiel toast. Over baked sweet potatoes. With brown rice in a whole-grain tortilla. With mashed potatoes and broccoli. In a Seven-Layer dip. Spread a layer of beans in a glass dish. Top unsweetened nondairy yogurt, then salsa, avocado, red cabbage, yellow bell peppers, and cilantro.
We kick things off discussing the new Motley Crue tour that just kicked off, and we analyze Vince Neil's voice at the moment - with some nice moments and some not so nice moments. We analyze how much money Crue makes on tour and ponder why Vince Neil comes off so broke? With the Super Bowl this weekend, we analyze some commercials and pitch our own, far superior commercial. We also discuss Netflix's recent attempt to stop password sharing and getting concessions at local sporting events.Watch the episode on Youtube and Twitch for free. Join our Patreon and get two bonus episodes each month, and other behind-the-scenes goodies. More info here.Follow us on: Twitch, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and our Discord Chat. Also don't forget about our Spotify playlist. We also have merch if you're into that kind of sharing. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Today we talked about White Space, Black Hood by Sheryll Cashin, Arsenic and Adobo by Mia P. Manansala, and Hell Followed With Us by Andrew Joseph White. Instagram @litbaepod - to see when new episodes are out - Also follow the podcast on wherever you listen to it so that you'll get notified of new episodes because I do not have a regular schedule for dropping new episodes To read books for free you can use the libby app - Check out books on your phone or tablet from the library! If you are trying to resist Amazon then I highly recommend Libro.FM because it supports your local bookstores. Hoopla - Borrow and enjoy audiobooks, eBooks, comics, movies, TV, magazines, or music everywhere you have a screen-your computer, your phone, your car, even your TV. All you need is a library card. hoopla syncs across all your devices, so you can stream titles immediately or whenever you're in the mood. Most titles can also be downloaded to your phone or tablet. hoopla offers more content, in more places, than any other digital library platform and it's all FREE thanks to your public library! Titles may vary based on library catalog. Pango Books is an app where you can buy and sell books from your own personal library! Instead of using Goodreads (owned by Amazon) you can try The Storygraph app! It's black woman owned and helps track your reading for the year, allows you to do buddy reads with friends, and so much more. It's free but there is an option for $4.99 a month that allows you to help keep the app free, independent, and it that helps make the app and site more user friendly as well. @litbaepod on Pango Books Now on TikTok with the youngins! @litbaepod Youtube: @litbaepod Tumblr: @litbaepod You can tip the podcast on Cashapp at $litbaepod but the best way to support is just by listening Libro.FM Wishlist https://libro.fm/wishlist/1228430 Libro.fm Referral code https://libro.fm/referral?rf_code=lfm278588 Bookshop.org Wishlist https://bookshop.org/wishlists/89c2b233c4293884fbe0b77cb955c86378c22f28 My shop on Bookshop.org https://bookshop.org/shop/Litbaepod linktr.ee/litbaepod Links to Listen: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7bqYuHJ4fisk4LfMrzGqNV Anchor: https://anchor.fm/litbaepod Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lit-bae/id1531523974?uo=4 Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy8zMWJlOWQ1NC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw== Overcast: https://overcast.fm/itunes1531523974/lit-bae Pocket Casts: https://pca.st/hg4l9zcg RadioPublic: https://radiopublic.com/lit-bae-WRZKY2 To learn more about the Harper Collins Union strike: https://bookriot.com/support-the-harpercollins-union/ https://www.fastcompany.com/90821278/harper-collins-union-strike https://www.npr.org/2022/12/08/1141557172/hundreds-of-authors-give-support-to-striking-workers-at-harpercollins https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2022/nov/10/harpercollins-union-strike-publishing https://locusmag.com/2023/01/harpercollins-strike-update/ https://www.vulture.com/2022/11/passion-doesnt-pay-the-bills.html https://lithub.com/for-your-holiday-to-do-list-donate-to-the-harpercollins-union-solidarity-fund/ https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/e/2PACX-1vQuxNuBWzZTYM0QIYio9rhX0h1O55c9jSAKQILS5SRN_ysabOiPMF3K6Q4qzl0qZbd4r0sNVYXMK9E-/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=3000&slide=id.p
In this week's bonus episode, Kayla and Taylor discuss the 5 types of books to best kick off your reading year (with great suggestions for your TBR, of course).Books, etc. discussed in this episode:The Anthropocene Reviewed: Essays on a Human-Centered Planet by John GreenEx Libris: Confessions of a Common Reader by Anne FadimanThe Moth Presents All These Wonders: True Stories About Facing the UnknownGirls Can Kiss Now: Essays by Jill GutowitzBad Feminist: Essays by Roxane GayWhat is Not Yours Is Not Yours by Helen OyeyemiArsenic and Adobo by Mia P. Manansala (Tita Rosie's Kitchen Mystery)Love & Other Words by Christina LaurenUp to No Gouda by Linda Reilly (Grilled Cheese Mysteries)Vera Wong's Unsolicited Advice for Murderers by Jesse Q. SutantoWintering: The Power of Rest and Retreat in Difficult Times by Katherine MayHow to Do Nothing: Resisting the Attention Economy by Jenny OdellYou Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life by Jen SinceroA Job to Love: A Practical Guide to Finding Fulfilling Work by Better Understanding Yourself by The School of LifeTaste: My Life Through Food by Stanley TucciSalt, Fat, Acid, Heat: Mastering the Elements of Good Cooking by Samin NosratThe Best American Food Writing 2022 edited by Sohla El-WayllyThe Food Lab: Better Home Cooking Through Science by J. Kenji López-Alt
Australia Philippines Business Council launches ‘A Taste of the Philippines' campaign to highlight tourism and hospitality between the two countries. - Inilunsad ng Australia Philippines Business Council ang proyektong ‘A Taste of the Philippines' upang maitampok ang turismo ng Pilipinas at Australya sa pamamagitan ng pagkain.
The Brewster, NY Pickle-ball facility has the guys talking about starting a league. Home heating prices are set to soar this winter in CT. Westchester is rounding up it's sex-offenders to lock them away for Halloween. A beloved Danbury Fire Dispatcher passed away. Lou & Dave love a new political ad that talks about food cost in the state. Lou celebrates the death of the Tom Brady, Patriots, Bucs stranglehold on the NFL. The guys breakdown the difference between hicks, hillbillies, rednecks and bumpkins.
Filipinos in Sydney celebrate 'Buwan ng Wika' with iconic Filipino dishes and folk dances. - Tikman ang mga lutong Pinoy at saksihan ang mga paligsahan sa pag-indak ng katutubong sayaw, pagbasa at pagbikas ng tula sa selebrasyon ng Buwan ng Wika sa Sydney.
I got to spend my lunch break with Emilio Armada and Lino Coto, the owners of 305 Pride, a South Florida clothing brand that is all about the retro Miami Heritage with a pinch of Adobo. I spoke to the guys about how they teamed up to start the brand. Where they get their inspiration from; How they work together and split up the work; What's been the hardest part growing the brand, and the ability to use their resources to jump on opportunity. Lunch with Biggie is a podcast about small business and creatives sharing their stories and inspiring you to pursue your passion, with some sandwich talk on the side. Created, edited, and produced in Orlando, FL by Biggie- the owner of the sandwich-themed clothing brand- Deli Fresh Threads. Please feel free to leave us a message/comment/questions: https://anchor.fm/lunchwithbiggie/message 305 Pride Social: 305 Pride IG: https://www.instagram.com/305pride 305 Pride website: https://www.305pride.com Biggie's Social: Deli Fresh Thread's Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/delifreshthreads/ Podcast's Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/lunchwithbiggie/ Podcast's twitter- https://twitter.com/LunchwithBiggie Podcast's Facebook Group- https://www.facebook.com/groups/lunchwithbiggie Website- https://www.delifreshthreads.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lunchwithbiggie/message
Come join Elijah, Sawyer and special guest Liam as they talk about this amazing island nation formed by volcanoes and tectonic action. We learn about ancient hominids and wayfaring as well as modern civilization and yummy food. This mega diverse country has a ton of unique species both on land and underwater. Of course we have to mention the impact of colonialism on the country and the country's positive impact on the world through its work renowned nursing programs.If you would like to support the show for just $1 a month please consider becoming a Patreon member at patron.com/countriesforkids
Josh Decolongon is an avid lover of flavor experimentation, especially through a queer and Filipino lens. Josh is dedicated to making the wine world inclusive and fun. Josh's links: Josh Decolongon | @sommeligay | Instagram | TikTok | @readbotelya on IG Mentioned in the show: Book: “I Am Filipino” by Nicole Ponseca Terms: Tagalog, Ilocano - two of the 100+ distinct languages spoken in the Philippines. Tinikling - a traditional Philippine folk dance that originated during the Spanish colonial era. The dance involves two people beating, tapping, and sliding bamboo poles on the ground and against each other in coordination with one or more dancers who step over and in between the poles in a dance. Adobo (the national dish of the Philippines) - chicken marinated in a sauce made up of soy sauce, vinegar, garlic, bay leaves, and black peppercorn. Piaparan a manok - dish consisting of chicken cooked in a coconut milk-based broth with grated coconut, garlic, onions, ginger, turmeric, young wild shallots, labuyo chili, and various vegetables and spiced with palapa. Lumpia - spring rolls commonly found in the Philippines and Indonesia, made of thin paper-like pastry skin enveloping savory or sweet fillings. Manok - the Tagalog word for “chicken” Lechon - a whole roast pig dish usually prepared for special occasions and gatherings. Palabok - a rice noodle dish composed of minced pork, tinapa flakes or smoked fish flakes, and annatto water. Sinigang - a soup or stew with a tamarind base, meat, vegetables, onions, tomatoes, tamarind, and fish sauce. Pinakbet - an indigenous dish from the northern regions, made from mixed vegetables sautéed in fish or shrimp sauce. Takeaways: Wine is at the intersection of science, art, culture, food, and connecting people. Wine making in a lab might sound like heresy, but with California struggling with severe droughts, it might be just the innovation the industry needs. Broad recommendations like “Asian food pairs well with dry riesling” is way too simplistic. The rules of Western wine pairing don't always apply to pairing wine with Asian foods. Diversity is not just about gender or skin color, but also language, cuisines and occasions around wine. Sometimes, leaving the comfort of home is the price to pay to freely explore our truest selves, but of course, that doesn't mean we don't miss aspects of living closer to our family. Many of us now crave the foods that we used to take for granted as kids. Not all Asians like Boba/Bubble Tea! Say hi: Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter | Blog Hosts: Ariadne Mila & Sherry-Lynn Lee
Mia P. Manansala, author of Arsenic and Adobo, joins us to chat about the latest book in her Tita Rosie's Kitchen mystery series! We're also chatting about mouth-watering food, mental health in cozies, and more! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This week, Lisa Danaë chats with us about being mixed-race, trying to fit in the music industry both in the states and in the Philippines, and finally finding her voice and being accepted into the GRAMMY:NEXT program. Lisa's links: IG/TikTok @lisadanaemusic Twitter/Pinterest/Youtube: @lisadanae Website: https://www.lisadanae.com SoundScrub podcast: lisadanae.com/soundscrub Filippino dishes mentioned: Adobo: https://panlasangpinoy.com/filipino-chicken-adobo-recipe/ Lumpia: https://panlasangpinoy.com/longanisa-lumpiang-shanghai/ If you'd like to be featured or nominate a guest, please follow and DM us at @nuancespod. We will be releasing episodes every Sunday during AAPI Heritage Month (May) and Pride Month (June). Hosts: Ariadne Mila & Sherry-Lynn Lee VOTING INFO: https://www.fvap.gov/ https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2022/us/elections/midterm-elections-calendar.html
Shownotes up front—but scroll down, there’s an announcement!Mia P. Manansala (she/her) is a writer and book coach from Chicago who loves books, baking, and bad-ass women. She uses humor (and murder) to explore aspects of the Filipino diaspora, queerness, and her millennial love for pop culture. She is the author of 2 books so far in the Tita Rosie’s Kitchen Mystery series: Arsenic and Adobo and Homicide and Halo-Halo. I was excited to talk to Mia because I read my way through hundreds of cozies well into my early adulthood, and I thought I knew the genre pretty well—but in coming back to it recently, I could see that things have changed. Just like in romance, there’s far more of an effort to balance reality with the deeply unlikely yet also deeply satisfying elements of the genre that are the reasons we come: Protagonists we love, puzzles to solve and justice to serve and peace to restore—until the next book!Links from the PodChocolate Chip Cookie Murder, Joanne Fluke#AmReadingMia: Like a Sister, Kellye Garrett Secret Identity, Alex Segura The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay, Michael ChabonUnder Lock & Skeleton Key, Gigi PandianDial a for Aunties, Jesse Q. SutantoFour Aunties and a Wedding, Jesse Q. SutantoKJ: The Arc, Tory Henwood HoenFind Mia at: Facebook, Twitter, IG = @MPMtheWriter or www.miapmanansala.comHEY! We’re gonna do a BIG DEAL SPECIAL THING THIS SUMMER: The #AmWriting Blueprint for a Book Challenge. 10 episodes, 10 weeks, 10 assignments—Fiction, Memoir and Non-fiction. Play along all summer, put in a few hours every week and you’ll be ready to take your book to the next level by fall, whether it’s a little baby idea or a big unwieldy draft that’s keeping you up nights. Details TK—sign up HERE to join in.The podcast—and the #AmWriting Blueprint for a Book Challenge—are sponsored by Author Accelerator, where you can get matched with the right book coach to help you move that project even faster—OR study to become a book coach yourself. To find out more, click HERE. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit amwriting.substack.com/subscribe
As we head to Malice Domestic to rub elbows with all of our favorite authors. We take this opportunity to give you one last look at the nominees for the Agatha awards that will be given out at the banquet on Saturday April 23rd. Best Contemporary NovelCajun Kiss of Death by Ellen Byron (Crooked Lane Books)Watch Her by Edwin Hill (Kensington)The Madness of Crowds by Louise Penny (Minotaur)Her Perfect Life by Hank Phillippi Ryan (Forge)Symphony Road by Gabriel Valjan (Level Best Books)Best Historical NovelMurder at Mallowan Hall by Colleen Cambridge (Kensington)Clark and Division by Naomi Hirahara (Soho Crime)The Bombay Prince by Sujata Massey (Soho Crime)Death at Greenway by Lori Rader-Day (HarperCollins)The Devil's Music by Gabriel Valjan (Winter Goose Publishing)Best First NovelThe Turncoat's Widow by Mally Becker (Level Best Books)A Dead Man's Eyes by Lori Duffy Foster (Level Best Books)Arsenic and Adobo by Mia P. Manansala (Berkley)Murder in the Master by Judy L. Murray (Level Best Books)Mango, Mambo, and Murder by Raquel V. Reyes (Crooked Lane Books)Best Short Story"A Family Matter" by Barb Goffman (Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine Jan/Feb 2021)"A Tale of Two Sisters" by Barb Goffman in Murder on the Beach (Destination Murders)"Doc's at Midnight" by Richie Narvaez in Midnight Hour (Crooked Lane Books)"The Locked Room Library" by Gigi Pandian (Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine July/Aug 2021)"Bay of Reckoning" by Shawn Reilly Simmons in Murder on the Beach (Destination Murders)Best Non-FictionThe Combat Zone: Murder, Race, and Boston's Struggle for Justice by Jan Brogan (Bright Leaf Press)Murder Most Grotesque: The Comedic Crime Fiction of Joyce Porter by Chris Chan (Level Best Books)The Irish Assassins: Conspiracy, Revenge, and the Phoenix Park Murders that Stunned Victorian England by Julie Kavanaugh (Atlantic Monthly Press)How to Write a Mystery: A Handbook from Mystery Writers of America by MWA with editors Lee Child and Laurie R. King (Simon & Schuster)Best Children's/YA MysteryCold-Blooded Myrtle by Elizabeth C. Bunce (Algonquin Young Readers)The Forest of Stolen Girls by June Hur (Fiewel and Friends/Macmillan)I Play One on TV by Alan Orloff (Down & Out Books)Leisha's Song by Lynn Slaughter (Fire and Ice/Melange Books)Enola Holmes and the Black Barouche by Nancy Springer (Wednesday Books)Congratulations to all of the nominees!
Cedric dies and Voldemort comes back. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to tell us what you thought of Flesh, Blood, and Bones or even what you think of us! We'd love to read your email on the show. Be sure to subscribe to know right away about new episodes, and rate and review! SUPPORT US ON OUR PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/therestrictedsection THANK YOU LOVE YOU BUY OUR MERCH: https://www.bonfire.com/store/restrictedsectionpod/ THANK YOU LOVE YOU IG: https://www.instagram.com/restrictedsectionpod/ TW: https://twitter.com/restrictedpod FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/rspoddetentioncrew/ Check out our other amazing Movie Night Crew Network podcasts! www.movienightcrewnetwork.com/ This episode featured: Special guest Tyler Carlin! TW @tycarlin11 https://twitter.com/tycarlin11 IG @tycarlin11 https://www.instagram.com/tycarlin11/ TikTok @tycarlin11 https://www.tiktok.com/@tycarlin11 Tyler plugged the Mistborn series by Brandon Sanderson https://bookshop.org/a/65495/9781250318541 Christina Kann https://linktr.ee/christinakann Christina plugged Arsenic and Adobo by Mia P. Manansala https://bookshop.org/a/65495/9780593201671 Mary-Peyton Crook IG @richmondreads https://www.instagram.com/richmondreads/ TW @crookmp https://twitter.com/crookmp Mary-Peyton plugged Among Others by Jo Walton https://bookshop.org/a/65495/9781250237767
On this episode of Booklist's Shelf Care: The Podcast, host Susan Maguire talks to NoveList's Halle Eisenman about her turn as chair of the RUSA CODES' Reading List committee, and what that list can do for you (and your patrons). Then Adult Books Editor Donna Seaman shares millions (OK, not millions) of suggestions for forthcoming books of biography, poetry, fiction, and more. Here's what we talked about: RUSA's Reading List RUSA's Notable Books List The Guncle, by Steven Rowley A Man Called Ove, by Frederik Backman Dial A for Aunties, by Jesse Q. Sutanto The Reading List, by Sara Nisha Adams Sorrow and Bliss, by Meg Mason The Summer Seekers, by Sarah Morgan A Psalm for the Wild-Built, by Becky Chambers One Day All This Will Be Yours, by Adrian Tchaikovsky Arsenic and Adobo, by Mia P. Manansala Last Night at the Telegraph Club, by Malinda Lo Nora Goes Off Script, by Annabel Monaghan Black Cake, by Charmaine Wilkerson The Four Winds, by Kristin Hannah Diamonds and Deadlines: A Tale of Greed, Deceit, and a Female Tycoon in the Gilded Age, by Betsy Prioleau Vanderbilt: The Rise and Fall of an American Dynasty, by Anderson Cooper and Katherine Howe The Personal Librarian, by Marie Benedict and Victoria Christophr Murray Yoko Ono: An Artful Life, by Donald Brackett Antes Que Isla Es Volcán / Before Island Is Volcano, by Raquel Salas Rivera Smoking the Bible, by Chris Abani Border Vista, by Anni Liu Smile: The Story of a Face, by Sarah Ruhl Love Poems in Quarantine, by Sarah Ruhl Zoom Rooms, by Mary Jo Salter We Measure the Earth with Our Bodies, by Tsering Yangzom Lama The Possessed: Adventures with Russian Books and the People Who Read Them, by Elif Batuman Either/Or, by Elif Batuman The Idiot, by Elif Batuman You Made a Fool of Death with your Beauty, by Akwaeke Emezi Vigil Harbor, by Julia Glass
Mia P. Manansala is a 2021 debut author of the acclaimed Tita Rosie's Kitchen Mystery series, Arsenic and Adobo and most recently, Homicide and Halo-Halo. She is the winner of the 2018 Hugh Holton Award, the 2018 Eleanor Taylor Bland Crime Fiction Writers of Color Award, and the 2016 Mystery Writers of America/Helen McCloy Scholarship. Lyn Liao Butler has lived several lives as a concert pianist, ballerina and now, as a yoga instructor, mother, wife and acclaimed 2021 debut author of The Tiger Mom's Tale and most recently, Red Thread of Fate. Mia and Lyn's discussion offers a frank look into the world of debut writers, where they learn to ward off impostor syndrome, practice self-care to improve their craft, plot new ways to embed their passion for traditional Asian food into their books…and mostly avoid writing steamy sex scenes in their novels.
Tune in as the duo is joined by quarter-Tanzanian, quarter-Emirati and half-Filipina, Jamila! She is an up-and-coming content creator on TikTok, Youtube and Instagram. In this episode we talk about how Adobo helped her parents find love, her experiences growing up as an independent woman and preparing both yours and your partner's mindset for married life. Show Jamila some love and follow her on Instagram @im__jamilaa and TikTok @im_jamilaa Also be sure to check out her husband's(Ryan) podcast - Bridgin' The Gap Podcast - https://bit.ly/3MIEIDE Send your questions/comments/suggestions to email@example.com, or slide into our DM and follow us on Instagram @HalfANiceDayPodcast. Feel like watching the podcast instead? Subscribe to our Youtube channel - http://www.youtube.com/HalfANiceDay You can use the below Google Forms link to reach us - https://bit.ly/3iZ1ZRT --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/halfanicedaypodcast/message --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/halfanicedaypodcast/message
We discuss what it's been like to be back in school as adults, including what we are studying, the best and worst parts, and tips for anyone thinking of going back to school.Life latelySarah is relishing riding a bike with working brakes.Abby shares that Pepper was vaccinated as part of the Pfizer COVID clinical trial!Reading latelySarah read the the cozy food mystery Arsenic and Adobo by Mia Manasala.Abby finished the first book in a science fiction series: Long Way to a Small Angry Planet by Becky Chambers.Eating latelyAbby tried a new spinach and artichoke dip for the Super Bowl.Sarah made a veggie pot pie with cheddar biscuit topping.If you'd like to join in the conversation, please leave us a comment on our show notes, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or find us on Instagram @friendlierpodcast. Thanks for listening! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Vibe Check It has been... a week, LOL! Gwen is going to her first concert in a while—Eddie Vedder! Danielle did a virtual event with friend of the pod Jessica P. Pryde with Books are Magic last week. Follow her on social media for the link the replay! * Main Discussion Some of the cool girls we discussed: Gone Girl, and the Salon article Everyone on Euphoria Julia Gardner/Anna from Inventing Anna Anne Hathaway/Rivka in We Crashed Sarah Michelle Gellar/Katherine in Cruel Intentions Mila Kunis/ Rachel in Forgetting Sarah Marshall Megan Fox/Reagan from New Girl Celebs: Glen Close, Olivia Coleman, Jennifer Lawrence, Zendaya, Billie Eilish, Betty White, Dionne Warwick Books: Delilah Green Doesn't Care by Ashley Herring Blake, Not the Girl You Marry by Andie J. Christopher * Recs from Mia P. Manansala Website: https://www.miapmanansala.com/ (sign up for her newsletter!) Twitter: https://twitter.com/MPMtheWriter Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MPMtheWriter/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mpmthewriter/ All the food! Celebration/common Filipino dishes: Adobo, Lumpia, Pancit Unheard of dishes: Ginataang Bilo-bilo Good starter dish for the home cook: Sinigang Mia's website has a ton of recipes from and inspired by her book! Cozy mystery series Mia and her mom enjoy: Joanna Fluke's Hannah Swensen series, Vivien Chien's Noodle Shop Mysteries, Raquel V. Reyes's Caribbean Mystery series Mia LOVES candles. Bath & Body Works are among her favorites, but she also mentioned two small Filiapina-owned candle makers: Terra and Kilig Mia is also a new romance reader and enjoys novels by Talia Hibbert, Alyssa Cole, and Sherry Thomas! Goals/Comfort & Joy Danielle has succeeded in making her lunch for work! Gwen hasn't gotten around to exploring her neighborhood, but she has been taking Ronin (her dog!) on new walking routes. And... we are taking a break from goals this week! * EMAIL US! Thoughts or questions? Email us at email@example.com. * Find us on the Socials! Gwen Reyes Twitter Facebook Instagram Danielle Jackson Dresser Twitter Instagram Fresh Fiction Twitter Facebook Instagram EventBrite
Capítulo 022: On this episode of Ocu-Pasión we are joined by writer, director, editor, and graphic designer Chris Banda. Listen in as we discuss the process of character building, sharing authentic stories, and healing through writing. Raised in West Covina, California. Chris was always interested in art and enrolled at Mt. Sierra college to become a graphic designer. Though his abilities in graphic design, he created several layout and film posters. https://bandabear71.wixsite.com/chrisbandaBut film was always his ultimate goal.Feeling as though there were not enough Latino stage plays that represented what he wanted to work on as an actor, he began his writing career simply out of necessity. He enrolled at Rio Hondo College in Whittier, California, where he wrote several plays, including The Long Walk, dAWGS, The Hand of Handsome Eddie, and Playing Clean which was performed for the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival New Works program. His first professional production was an extended adaptation of his play dAWGS which was produced by L.A. Teatro produced and performed at The Ivar Theater and Gardner Stage in Hollywood, and the prestigious Los Angeles Theater Center.In 2010, Chris enrolled at the Los Angeles Film School and quickly became recognized for his writing and editing skills in his short films Working: A Jazz Musician and Suerté (https://youtu.be/IU4vDCYUFXI). In 2021, for his thesis film, he adapted his one-act play Playing Clean into a Short Film (https://youtu.be/075ZEjqmgnk) which received high acclaimed for writing and editing. After graduating he began to work as a writer and editor working on several short films, features and web series including the award winning web series Encounters were he wrote two episodes, Adobo, (https://youtu.be/WwYkVECoGo0) and award winning The Moment Between the Lights, (https://youtu.be/T3tnszGeouM) which he also directed.In 2015, he began working as a fulltime editor editing content for Machinima and Fullscreen Media. It was during this time be began working as the primary editor for Emmy award-winning director Kico Velarde and his docu-series Lowrider Magazine's Lowrider Roll Models. (Selected Episode https://youtu.be/C7r2tCMmM9k. It was during Lowrider Roll Models where he drew inspiration for his next project.In 2021, he completed his latest play entitled Lolo (https://youtu.be/kVQtuZ032xc). Lolo Trailer (https://youtu.be/QWigl8Z-Gf0)The play tells the story of a young Mexican-American woman working as a mechanic in her families Auto shop. The play surrounds her returning home after the sudden death of her father. She must confront the memories of her father, the choice between her education or the loss of the family business, and a cultural identity that makes her feel as though she doesn't belong.The play was invited to be part of the El Centro del Sur Latinx Theater Festival. Because of Covid restrictions, the play was filmed to be presented virtually. The producers were sopleased with the final version, it is now making it way in the film festival circuit winning several awards, including Best Stage Play and Best Acting Ensemble.Chris is currently working as a digital video editor creating content Tennis Channel and NBC Peacock.He continues to write and recently finished adapting two of his stage plays, The Hand of Handsome Eddie and Dawgs, into feature films. He's also began writing a semi- autobiographical play about a family in crisis after Covid 19.Follow Chris:https://www.instagram.com/el_bandalorian/https://www.facebook.com/chris.bandahttps://bandabear71.wixsite.com/chrisbanda
Welcome to Spilled Molly, where things get off to an illicit start and Matthew feels left out. Today we are discussing Adobo with Romeo Roque-Nido and discover that this Filipino stew is more than the sum of its parts, just like us! Transcript The Filipino Instant Pot Cookbook Korean Instant Pot Cookbook Molly's Now but Wow! - Celebrate Your Body, by Sonya Renee Taylor See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Andrew Zapanta, is a musician, artist and photographer from Brooklyn, NY. (https://www.zapmurals.com) Born to a Jewish-American mother from Brooklyn and a Filipino Father, thus began his life as he was destined to live it, going in several directions at once. This is a "choose your own adventure" story. Listen in as Andrew talks about his new found interest in cooking Filipino food and his pilgrimage to the Philippines to seek out what being Filipino was all about.