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Sportsmen's Nation - Big Game | Western Hunting
On this Episode of Huntavore, Nick is joined again by David Rabe, a California native who takes everything to the next level. His recreation is extreme, his hunts are for the biggest and the best, and his harvested wild game gets prepared with only herbs and spices that elevate his kill, not clog it with a bunch of additives. Come along as Nick and Dave catch up on what has happened in the past year, How Kairos is the perfect rub to use on heavily valued harvests, Explains the idea of perfect moment, perfect place, and the meaning of Kairos, and finally finishes up with some incredible dish ideas. It's all come this moment and this time on this episode of Huntavore. David Rabe is no stranger to the spice game. David first launched Wilde Seasonings a few years back. David sought out some partners to grow his brand and get high quality seasonings to home cooks and hunters who want only the best for what they are preparing. Jiving with the term Kairos; the right critical moment, opportune timing. Dave has relaunched his original blends along with others to try and cover as many proteins as possible. Dave is also an accomplished hunter who strategizes the points game in the west. On the spectrum of meat hunter to horn hunter, Dave is on the far edge of looking for mature animals in highly sought after units. Which is part of the reason why Dave has spent so much time on these seasonings. Not every season will bring back a trophy animal, so when he does, it gets the absolute best treatment possible.Kairos Artisan Blends: craftedbykairos.com @craftedbykairosCode: Huntavore10 10%offCheck out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more relevant outdoor content! Show Sponsors:Tappecue Meat ProbesInstagram: @tappecueWebsite: https://bit.ly/2NIr0XjCoupon Code 10% off: HUNT10Umai DryInstagram: @umaidryWebsite: bit.ly/3WhfnnXSign up for the newsletter for 10% off
Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting
On this Episode of Huntavore, Nick is joined again by David Rabe, a California native who takes everything to the next level. His recreation is extreme, his hunts are for the biggest and the best, and his harvested wild game gets prepared with only herbs and spices that elevate his kill, not clog it with a bunch of additives. Come along as Nick and Dave catch up on what has happened in the past year, How Kairos is the perfect rub to use on heavily valued harvests, Explains the idea of perfect moment, perfect place, and the meaning of Kairos, and finally finishes up with some incredible dish ideas. It's all come this moment and this time on this episode of Huntavore. David Rabe is no stranger to the spice game. David first launched Wilde Seasonings a few years back. David sought out some partners to grow his brand and get high quality seasonings to home cooks and hunters who want only the best for what they are preparing. Jiving with the term Kairos; the right critical moment, opportune timing. Dave has relaunched his original blends along with others to try and cover as many proteins as possible. Dave is also an accomplished hunter who strategizes the points game in the west. On the spectrum of meat hunter to horn hunter, Dave is on the far edge of looking for mature animals in highly sought after units. Which is part of the reason why Dave has spent so much time on these seasonings. Not every season will bring back a trophy animal, so when he does, it gets the absolute best treatment possible. Kairos Artisan Blends: craftedbykairos.com @craftedbykairos Code: Huntavore10 10%off Check out the Sportsmen's Empire Podcast Network for more relevant outdoor content! Show Sponsors: Tappecue Meat Probes Instagram: @tappecue Website: https://bit.ly/2NIr0Xj Coupon Code 10% off: HUNT10 Umai Dry Instagram: @umaidry Website: bit.ly/3WhfnnX Sign up for the newsletter for 10% off Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Distiller Bill Hockett of Dayton Barrel Works Artisan Distillery joins Alan Bishop and Christi Atkinson to discuss his recent release of Harper's Siren Armagnac Barrel-Aged Gin. We also chat about the whiskey Bill will be releasing in the future under his own label, contract work and then we try to find the perfect botanical-themed name for future Baby Hockett coming this year.
Bienvenue dans l'épisode 35, pour lequel je suis allée voir Guillaume et Alexandre qui ont littéralement changé de vie grâce à une maison, et qui vous racontent leur rénovation assez dingue, qu'ils ont mené à Thouars, après avoir acheté une maison, vous allez le voir, un peu sur un coup de tête, ou en tout cas sur un coup de coeur. Une maison qui leur a fait quitter Paris, quitter leurs métiers respectifs, changer de projet, déménager, mener une nouvelle vie, et surtout… faire des gros, gros travaux par eux-mêmes alors que rien ne les y pré-destinait. Avec Guillaume et Alexandre on a parlé de rénover en couple, de faire ses plans soi-même, de colle à carrelage, de couleurs, d'astuces de placo pour l'isolation phonique, de démolition, de ménage après travaux, et ils vous donnent aussi leurs conseils pour poser du carrelage sur du parquet ancien, des dalles autour d'une piscine, ou pour réussir votre chantier tout simplement. L'objectif de ce chantier ? Arriver à conserver l'esprit “maison de famille” d'origine de cette belle maison ancienne tout en la rénovant entièrement, pour le faire vivre encore longtemps en le partageant avec leurs futurs invités et clients. Pari gagné haut la main pour un lieu haut en couleurs, dans lequel je regrette de n'avoir pu passer que quelques heures. Je vous laisse aller faire un tour comme d'habitude sur lechantierpodcast.fr en même temps que vous écoutez cet épisode, pour découvrir la visite en photos de l'appartement, et sur le compte Instagram @lechantierpodcast pour voir les avant/après des travaux, mais je ne vous fais pas attendre davantage et je laisse place à l'histoire de la rénovation de Guillaume et Alexandre. Bonne écoute ! *****NOTES DE L'ÉPISODE****** - Un grand merci à Les Clés du Gîte, le nouveau média pour tous ceux qui se lancent dans l'aventure de la maison d'hôtes, qui soutient cet épisode. Pour en savoir plus, rendez-vous sur https://lesclesdugite.fr/ ! - Le hometour de la maison et les Avant/après des travaux : https://www.lechantierpodcast.fr/35-au-petit-thouars - Le compte Instagram du podcast avec les Avant/après des travaux : @lechantierpodcast - Le compte Instagram de la maison d'hôtes : @aupetitthouars - Si vous aimez ce podcast, vous pouvez le soutenir sur Patreon, y contribuer et accéder à des bonus exclusifs : patreon.com/LeChantierpodcast
I have now reached ONE THOUSAND ratings, in this episode we break down the tops of each category. Also, lots of Artisan news and the return of an old favorite - REVIEWS! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/snubie/support
Bobby and Nic play Warhammer 40K: Boltgun, the new Warhammer 40K themed boomer shooter. Emilio quits Marvel Snap and tries out Warhammer: Tacticus while Christian checks out another mobile game: Call of Dragons.TOPICSHAWKEN REBORN, Demons Ate My Neighbors, Total War: Pharaoh, Mortal Kombat 1, Gunfire Reborn – Artisan and Magician, Wizard of Legend 2, Halls of Torment, Star Wars Rebellion, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Warhammer 40K: Boltgun, Warhammer Tacticus, Call of Dragons, KartRider: DriftSign up for DLGcon!
Bienvenue dans un nouvel épisode Parole de Pro, les épisodes Hors série du Chantier dans lesquels j'interviewe des professionnels de la rénovation et de la maison, qui vous donnent des conseils d'experts sur LE sujet sur lequel ils sont spécialisés. L'idée, c'est de compléter les interviews des épisodes d'histoires de rénovations, avec la vision d'un pro, avec une expertise, et de vous faire découvrir des entreprises et des métiers qui, je trouve, méritent qu'on s'y intéresse d'un peu plus près. J'avais commencé cette série d'épisodes en mai 2022 par l'interview d'un agent immobilier, pour démarrer par les bases quand on cherche une maison ou un appartement à acheter pour le rénover, et la suite logique, et bien c'était d'aller voir un notaire, pour qu'il nous explique ce qu'il se passe une fois que l'on a fait une offre d'achat, et comment on est accompagné ensuite, comment le notaire prend le relais une fois que l'agent immobilier a terminé son travail. J'ai pensé aussi que ce serait intéressant d'en savoir plus sur ce métier dont on ne connaît pas toujours les tenants et les aboutissants, alors que l'on a pourtant toujours au moins une fois dans sa vie affaire à un notaire, et particulièrement lors d'une acquisition immobilière ; j'ai donc voulu en savoir plus sur ce métier. Pour cela, je suis allée voir Louis Réveleau qui est notaire à Bordeaux et je lui ai posé plein de questions, demandé plein de conseils pour être bien accompagné lors d'un achat immobilier. On a parlé du rôle du notaire dans un achat, des questions à poser et des choses à vérifier avant de faire une offre sur un bien, de ses conseils pour trouver un bon notaire, de prêt bancaire, de ce qui se passe concrètement lors d'un rdv de signature de compromis et d'acte de vente, des conditions possibles de rétractation, de la composition des frais de notaire, mais aussi de transmission à ses enfants, ou encore de l'histoire la plus insolite de sa carrière. Que vous soyez ou pas en train de chercher un bien immobilier à acheter, je suis sûre que vous allez apprendre plein de choses et découvrir des astuces dans cet épisode, en tout cas cela a été le cas pour moi ! Mais je ne vous fais pas attendre davantage, et je laisse place à ma conversation avec Louis. Bonne écoute ! *****NOTES DE L'ÉPISODE****** - En savoir plus sur les notaires : notaires.fr - Suivre Le Chantier sur Instagram : @lechantierpodcast - Si vous aimez ce podcast, vous pouvez le soutenir sur Patreon, y contribuer et accéder à des bonus exclusifs : patreon.com/LeChantierpodcast
Ali Banks, Chopt Creative Salad Company (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 663) Ali Banks, Vice President of Culinary at Chopt Creative Salad Company, joined host John Ray on this episode of North Fulton Business Radio. She discussed how Chopt got started, their exciting and creative menu items, local suppliers, how Chopt Gives supports the Atlanta […] The post Ali Banks, Chopt Creative Salad Company appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
A popular restaurant in Charlotte's NoDa neighborhood said it was vandalized the night before hosting a charity drag brunch aimed at supporting a breast cancer nonprofit. The Artisan's Palate shared photos on Instagram and Facebook showing a partially-shattered front door and shattered glass windows. The restaurant's caption indicated a man used a mallet to break the glass. Christa Csoka, the owner of The Artisan's Palate, told WCNC Charlotte the man also stole some liquor while breaking other bottles on the floor. “This is a single woman-owned business and we are very small. Any little bit totally cuts into everything,” said Csoka. She believes someone tried to break in through the front door. She had replaced it with a thicker glass after a previous break-in months ago. She said once the perpetrator couldn't get through that door they eventually smashed their way through the sliding patio door. READ MORE: https://www.wcnc.com/article/news/crime/artisans-palate-charlotte-drag-brunch-vandalism/275-2c03c9f7-e7d4-41a6-a0e4-8ad60700d953 Gastonia-area fire crews spent part of the early morning Saturday fighting a house fire that claimed the lives of a man and his two dogs. Gaston County Emergency Management said flames broke out shortly before 3:30 a.m. at the home along Davis Park Road, just south of Gastonia. Crews were alerted when a driver called 9-1-1 after noticing the fire. The driver stopped to honk his horn, before banging on the door to try and see if anyone was inside. READ MORE: https://www.wcnc.com/article/news/local/gastonia/deadly-gastonia-house-fire/275-356c3128-62df-4a67-941a-3577d66d1472
Bienvenue dans ce nouvel épisode pour lequel je suis allée voir Brice et Mélanie à Puteaux près de Paris, qui m'ont raconté l'histoire de la rénovation de leur appartement. Une histoire très particulière puisqu'il s'agit d'un appartement de famille qui a appartenu au grand-père de Brice, puis à sa mère, et maintenant à eux avec également l'arrivée récente de leur fille Colette. 4 générations qui se sont donc succédées dans un intérieur qui a été modifié par touches selon les époques et les habitants, et qui aujourd'hui a été totalement refait tout en conservant sa beauté d'antan... Alors comment on rénove un appartement qui a appartenu à ses grands-parents puis à sa maman ? Et qu'est-ce que ça change de faire des travaux dans un lieu dans lequel on a d'abord vécu 8 ans ? Avec Mélanie et Brice on a parlé de transmission familiale, de faire des travaux pendant le confinement, de transformer une cuisine en chambre de bébé, de logiciels pour faire ses plans soi-même, d'artisan de confiance, de revendre sa cuisine Ikea, d'huiler son parquet, de plan de travail en quartz ou marbre, mais aussi d'ascenseur à TV (!), de placards ultra-optimisés et du budget total de leurs travaux. Je vous laisse découvrir la visite en photos de l'appartement sur lechantierpodcast.fr en même temps que vous écoutez cet épisode, et les Avant/après des travaux sur le compte Instagram @lechantierpodcast, mais je ne vous fais pas attendre davantage et je laisse place à l'histoire de la rénovation de Mélanie et Brice. Bonne écoute
Darin is joined by author and legendary bon vivant, Nils Bernstein, whose new book The Joy of Oysters was released on Artisan this week. They chat about the oyster's current mainstream moment, the internal connection of this ingredient, and the perfect soundtrack to shuck to. Then it's into the archives for a performance from Finnish songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Peppina, who has been writing and performing since she was a teenager in Helsinki. She gave us a live in-studio performance that included her latest (at the time) single, "Moments."Snacky Tunes: Music is the Main Ingredient, Chefs and Their Music (Phaidon), is now on shelves at bookstores around the world. It features 77 of the world's top chefs who share personal stories of how music has been an important, integral force in their lives. The chefs also give personal recipes and curated playlists too. It's an anthology of memories, meals and mixtapes. Pick up your copy by ordering directly from Phaidon, or by visiting your local independent bookstore. Visit our site, www.snackytunes.com for more info.Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Snacky Tunes by becoming a member!Snacky Tunes is Powered by Simplecast.
Howard Bulka was born in Chicago, Illinois and raised in Los Angeles, CA. Howard studied economics in college in San Francisco but suddenly realized he hadn't found his calling until a friend suggested he become a chef. With that in mind, Howie sought out the knowledge to begin his new career choice by going door to door talking to hotels and restaurant chefs for their advice. Howie soon was hired to start cooking pastry in downtown San Francisco and the rest is history. Howie spent the next forty years cooking, managing and consulting with and for some of the best chefs and restaurants in the world. After restaurant consulting for over ten years, Howie finally decided to open his own restaurant with a concept of having simple ingredients and great food. Howie first worked in Menlo Park with opening Marche restaurant and then moved on to open Howie's Artisan Pizza in 2009 at Town & Country Village Shopping Center in Palo Alto, California. Voted Best Pizza, by readers of Palo Alto Weekly, Howie's Pizza continues to offer a truly artisan experience. Chef Howard Bulka is in pursuit of a perfect pie and the proof is on the plate. Howie's is a much-loved neighborhood Italian restaurant, offering a diverse menu of pizza, handmade pasta, appetizers, big fresh salads and a well selected list of beer and wine.On the podcast Chef Bulka recalls his incredible culinary journey, helps us understand the restaurant business , new and old ideas, hard work pays off, local favorites and his depiction of what delicious offerings are available at the restaurant. Howie's Artisan Pizzahttps://www.howiesartisanpizza.comShow Notes https://www.foodoriginspodcast.com/podcast-episode-28Support the show
Drink Beer, Think Beer With John Holl
This week on the show I'm glad to have Mary and Brian Rooney of BKS Artisan Ales in Brookside, Missouri. They are here to talk about consumer preferences, tinkering with styles, near endless choice, and the regionality of brewing.A few weeks ago I had the chance to meet and chat with them. They were pouring as part of the Little Beer Festival and we had a lot of fun batting around ideas while I learned about their brewing philosophy and approach to hospitality. They opened BKS in 2017 and the name comes from the commonly used abbreviation of the brookside neighborhood of Kansas City where the brewery is located. Mary runs the front of the house and Brian works in the brewery. And despite what brewery's full name, he's also creating a multitude of lagers through the Pivo Project. We'll get into that… and more. For more Drink Beer, Think Beer check out All About Beer. Host: John Holl Guest: Brian and Mary Rooney Sponsors: All About Beer Tags: Beer, Missouri, IPA, Customers, Lagers, Styles
The Creative Penn Podcast For Writers
What is the AI-Assisted Artisan Author? How can we use AI tools in our creative and business processes while still keeping our humanity at the core of our books? As generative AI development continues apace and new possibilities emerge every week, the focus of AI discussions in the author community has been centered around productivity […] The post The AI-Assisted Artisan Author With Joanna Penn first appeared on The Creative Penn.
In todays Episode we are Live in the Garden Suite of the International Music Summit in Ibiza with my co-host Sophie Shnapp of Earth Percent. We speak to Luke from Bye Bye Plastic about how people can support the banning of plastic from the music industry and nightlife culture on Ibiza. Jurgis Didžiulis - a columbian Lithuanian - pops in for a chat and tells us how he is working with companies who wish to shift their organisational culture and has been doing so through music for a very long time. He used to be an artist and is now a music artisan and we hear some special live tracks on the show. Plus we End the episode with a conversation with Chabeli Chain who is from the Venezuelan Amazon rainforrest. She is a vocalist, musician and DJ as well as an Indigenous rights advisor. She tells us how her vision is to bring the music and natural wisdom of the indigenous people to pop culture and electronic dance movement.
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Saints du jour 2023-05-01 Saint Joseph artisan by Radio Maria France
Series: Artisan - In this episode of Pipe and Tamper Mike sits down with artisan pipe maker Jeremy Sedita of Sea Monster Workshop. We touch down on many topics during our conversation and end up drilling down into his pipe smoking history, his art background, and what led him to making fine quality smoking pipes.
Aujourd'hui, je vous emmène avec moi pour un grand bol d'air frais... On part au bord de la mer, on part... sur le Bassin d'Arcachon ! Pour cet épisode j'ai demandé à Perrine de me raconter sa rénovation. Perrine, que vous connaissez peut-être via son compte Instagram @asundaymorning, a rénové une jolie maison à l'ambiance très maison de vacances. Toute bardée de bois, de grands arbres dans le jardin, du parquet blanc partout à l'intérieur, le barbecue, la plage à 500m… Typiquement, la maison que vous pourriez louer en famille ou entre copains pour vos vacances d'été ☀️ Alors comment on passe d'un loft parisien à une grande maison typique du Bassin ? Comment on rénove une maison qui affiche haut et fort d'entrée sa personnalité ? Et qu'est-ce que ça fait, de vivre dans une maison de vacances tous les jours de l'année ? Avec Perrine, on a parlé de quitter Paris pour aller vivre au bord de la mer, de la difficulté de se projeter sur un autre type d'intérieur quand on a vécu dans un loft industriel en béton, d'arriver à s'approprier une maison qui était dans la même famille depuis des générations, de transformer une baie vitrée toute simple en une verrière bois en un tour de main, de bibliothèque do it yourself en siporex, de l'entretien quotidien d'un parquet blanc (car oui c'est un vrai sujet hein, ceux qui savent, savent
In this episode we're going to talk about the Artisan line - updates, what's coming next, release dates, sales, etc. And, we'll finish it out with taking your questions, about snus, Snubie, Artisan, and more! SNUBIE PROMOS/DISCOUNTS: SNUS - 10% off at BuySnus.com with code SNUBIE10 DIY SNUS - 15% off at SnusRoom.com with code SNUSROOM15 NASAL SNUFF - 10% off at MrSnuff.com with code SNUBIE CBD - 15% off at Cannadips with code SNUBIE15 --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/snubie/support
People and Places along the Heritage Trail
Elkhart County is a place where quality craftsmanship, innovation and collaboration result in a well crafted life. With an appreciation for all things handmade and homegrown, we leave our mark on everything we hold. Elkhart County is Well Crafted. In this episode, we talk to Cami and Michelle with Visit Nappanee and they share all of the fun planned for Taste of Nappanee and Spring Artisan Market. This annual event, held outside on the beautiful grounds of The Barns at Nappanee, is a fantastic way to experience a number of the exciting restaurants and businesses that make Nappanee their home. Businesses set up booths and give guests a "taste" of what they have to offer. You can enjoy samples of food from many of Nappanee's eateries, bakeries, and more! In addition, over 60 local artisans will have booths set up to share and sell their handcrafted items. Live music by Big Daddy Dupree will fill the grounds of The Barns while you celebrate all things Nappanee! Then we chat with Trevor Daugherty, a studio potter in Goshen and executive director and co-founder of the Northern Indiana Clay Alliance. Trevor shares about how the NICA's mission centers around providing opportunities for regional artists while preserving the 300-year history of clay in northern Indiana (because, guess what - there is a scientific reason northern Indiana has so many great potters!). You can also learn more about the featured pottery artists on the Northern Indiana Clay Alliance Facebook page.
Welcome to another edition of the InsuranceAUM.com podcast. My name's Stewart Foley, and I'll be your host. Today, we're talking about investing across the credit spectrum with Bryan Krug, Managing Director and Portfolio Manager on the Artisan Partners Credit Team.
In this inspiring message, Ps. Laurén encourages the artisans to rise up as an answer to the void of God's word in today's culture.
Pour cet épisode Hors-série, je suis allée à la rencontre de Synerciel, une pépite trop peu connue des personnes qui se lancent dans des travaux ! Depuis 12 ans, Synerciel est le 1er Réseau National de professionnels de confiance pour des rénovations durables, qui vous recommande des artisans pour que vous trouviez celui qu'il vous faut pour votre projet. Plus de 2 300 artisans de tous les métiers, partout en France, vérifiés et sélectionnés avec soin pour la qualité de leur travail… C'est une ressource dont il serait dommage de se priver ! Dans cet épisode, ils vous partagent leurs meilleurs conseils pour bien choisir ses artisans quand on commence des travaux, et je pense vraiment que cet épisode devrait beaucoup vous aider si c'est le cas. J'ai trouvé ça hyper intéressant d'échanger avec eux et d'avoir deux points de vue, à la fois celui de Vivien qui travaille chez Synerciel, et celui de Laurent qui est artisan et adhérent à leur réseau. Avec eux, on a parlé des précautions à prendre et des choses à vérifier pour savoir si un artisan est sérieux et fiable, des critères à prendre en compte pour faire son choix entre plusieurs artisans, de comment bien lire un devis, des pourcentages d'acomptes qu'il est normal de verser avant travaux, d'assurances, de leurs conseils pour assurer une bonne relation avec ses artisans, ou même de gérer au mieux un conflit. Bref, c'est un épisode que je trouve très riche en bons conseils, et je vous invite à l'écouter avec intérêt si vous vous lancez dans une rénovation, personnellement j'ai trouvé ça hyper intéressant d'en apprendre plus sur le monde merveilleux (mais un peu opaque) des artisans... Mais je ne vous en dis pas plus, et je laisse place à ma conversation avec Vivien et Laurent ! Bonne écoute
Industry Standard w/ Barry Katz
Gavin Polone began his career as an assistant at ICM IN 1985. After becoming an agent, he joined Bauer/Benedek which became United Talent Agency, where Gavin was made partner at age 29. In 1996 he became a manager and producer when he partnered with Judy Hofflund to form Hofflund/Polone which led to being an executive producer on the Emmy-nominated HBO series Curb Your Enthusiasm and the CW's Gilmore Girls. In 2001, he formed the production company, Pariah, where he produced numerous TV shows including NBC'S Revelations, HBO'S Tell Me You Love Me, and TBS'S My Boys. In feature films, he produced HBO'S When Trumpets Fade, New Line's Drop Dead Gorgeous, Artisan's Stir of Echoes, Columbia's Premium Rush, Panic Room, Secret Window and Zombieland, as well as the indy features Conan O'Brien Can't Stop, Seeing Other People, Little Manhattan, My Super Ex-Girlfriend for New Regency and 20th Century Fox; Along with Disney's Primeval and Dreamworks' Ghost Town. Additionally, Polone has directed multiple episodes of Jane By Designand Twisted and has written numerous articles for publications like The Hollywood Reporter, GQ, and New York Magazine. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/industry-standard-w-barry-katz/support
Industry Standard w/ Barry Katz
Gavin Polone began his career as an assistant at ICM IN 1985. After becoming an agent, he joined Bauer/Benedek which became United Talent Agency, where Gavin was made partner at age 29. In 1996 he became a manager and producer when he partnered with Judy Hofflund to form Hofflund/Polone which led to being an executive producer on the Emmy-nominated HBO series Curb Your Enthusiasm and the CW's Gilmore Girls. In 2001, he formed the production company, Pariah, where he produced numerous TV shows including NBC'S Revelations, HBO'S Tell Me You Love Me, and TBS'S My Boys. In feature films, he produced HBO'S When Trumpets Fade, New Line's Drop Dead Gorgeous, Artisan's Stir of Echoes, Columbia's Premium Rush, Panic Room, Secret Window and Zombieland, as well as the indy features Conan O'Brien Can't Stop, Seeing Other People, Little Manhattan, My Super Ex-Girlfriend for New Regency and 20th Century Fox; Along with Disney's Primeval and Dreamworks' Ghost Town. Additionally, Polone has directed multiple episodes of Jane By Design and Twisted and has written numerous articles for publications like The Hollywood Reporter, GQ, and New York Magazine. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/industry-standard-w-barry-katz/support
5THWAVE - The Business of Coffee
The London Coffee Festival returns from 20 to 23 April 2023 and with it comes a four day celebration of London's vibrant coffee scene and the incredible people and communities that help the coffee industry continue to thrive.Now entering its 12th year, The London Coffee Festival has grown to a formidable event, featuring 200+ exhibitors and welcoming over 30,000 trade and consumer visitors through its doors each year.So to celebrate the legacy and the future of this iconic coffee event, we're speaking with regular exhibitors and visitors from over the years to hear their favourite memories of the Festival, the business benefits of exhibiting and share advice on how to get the most from attending trade shows.We'll hear from Edwin Harrison, Founder, Artisan and Curious Roo Coffee Roasters, Abigail Forsyth, CEO, KeepCup, Agostino Luggeri and Enzo Frangiamore, Founders, Mulmar, Daniel Clarke, Commercial Director UK & Ireland and Louise Felton, Group Regional Director, UK & Ireland, Gruppo Cimbali, Freda Yuan, Director of Coffee, Origin Coffee Roasters, Kirby Sinclair, Co-founder, The Roasting Party, and accessibility consultant Tim Blanchard. Not got your ticket yet? Your can apply for a free Industry Day ticket here: londoncoffeefestival.com/Accreditation/MenuCredits music: London's on Fire by Daisy Chute in collaboration with The Coffee Music Project and SEB CollectiveSign up for our newsletter to receive the latest coffee news at worldcoffeeportal.comSubscribe to 5THWAVE on Instagram @5thWaveCoffee and tell us what topics you'd like to hear
Une maison d'hôtes sur le podcast, c'est une première ! Aujourd'hui, je reçois à mon micro Pauline et Paul, les fondateurs de Maison Le Détour, une jolie maison d'hôtes ouverte depuis un an en Touraine. J'ai trouvé hyper intéressant qu'ils me racontent les travaux de cette maison, qui est à eux... mais qui n'est pas tout à fait non plus "leur" maison ! Comment on rénove un lieu quand on n'a pas vocation à y habiter soi-même, mais plutôt à y recevoir des clients et qu'on a envie qu'ils s'y sentent comme à la maison ? J'ai pensé que ce serait un sujet intéressant et j'espère que cet épisode vous plaira. Avec Pauline et Paul, on a parlé du chemin qui les amenés à vouloir ouvrir une maison d'hôtes, de grange et d'écurie, de foin et de boxes à chevaux, de charpente ancienne, de béton ciré et de béton poli, de pimper une cuisine Ikea, de laine de verre et de laine de roche, de l'entretien de 8 hectares de prairies et de moutons, de chauffage électrique, de phytoépuration, de peindre du parquet en blanc et de faire des cookies aux artisans. Ils vous donnent aussi leurs conseils suite à leurs travaux, et vous partagent aussi le budget de l'achat de cette maison et de sa rénovation. On parle ici d'un chantier qui s'est globalement plutôt bien passé, même si leur étape préférée des travaux, ça a été quand tout à été fini... ils le disent d'eux-mêmes ! Ils attendent aujourd'hui d'oublier un peu… pour recommencer bientôt, et rénover cette fois leur maison à eux
Floor Daily Flooring Professional Podcast
Doug Davis and Andy Hogan Discuss Artisan Design Group's Growth Strategy and Andy's New Role by Floor Focus Magazine
PMU School: A Podcast For Artists by Artists
In today's episode, we chat with PMU educator Christina Doa's PMU about her favorite thing about the PMU industry. Check it out :) Meet Christina: "Hi there! My name is Christina I am based in Ontario, Canada. I am a PMU educator specializing in microblading, ombre, and nano brows. I've been in the industry for about 2.5 years. Growing up I've always been into cosmetology and art, which led me to create a brow business during my college years at the start of covid. Fast forward to today, I have created a community on Instagram where I educate my followers about PMU and empower and inspire others about mindset and entrepreneurship". Find more about Christina on her website: @artisan.glow
We celebrate Resurrection Day at Artisan with a special guest sermon by Dr. Kristen Brown! Speaker: Dr. Kristen Brown Part of the series “Work of the People (Wholehearted Faith): Artisan Community Read: Wholehearted Faith”
Marie d'Hoffschmidt nous présente Meillart, une plateforme dédiée aux savoir-faire d'exception : des meubles et objets uniques, d'artisans, de designers ou de manufactures minutieusement sélectionnés... Un petit épisode qui s'écoute facilement (une quinzaine de minutes) extrait de UPDATE, la série de DECODEUR qui propose 4 interviews, 4 métiers, 4 univers en 1 seul épisode ! Pour écouter tout à la suite, cliquez ici >> Si ce podcast vous plait n'hésitez pas > à vous abonner pour ne pas rater les prochains épisodes > à mettre un commentaire ou 5 étoiles (sous la liste des épisodes, rubrique "Laissez un avis") > à suivre @decodeur__ sur Instagram et à partager l'épisode en Story par exemple > à découvrir tous les autres épisodes déjà en ligne > à parler de DECODEUR autour de vous, tout simplement...! Merci beaucoup
This week, we dip our Grapes into the 2023 Banana Pudding Festival! Leave it to us to not taste a single bite of banana pudding at a festival for just that thing. Instead, we met an amazing custom pen designer, a successful hot sauce artist, and a hemp beverage brewer! Join us on the Grapevine as we accidentally do everything but the thing we meant to do!Pen Designer: Carpenter Carpentryhttps://www.carpentercarpentry.com/(also on Facebook!)The Harmacy Hot Saucehttps://www.harmacyhotsauce.com/Join us on Patreon for future secret content!https://www.patreon.com/NerdGrapevine?utm_campaign=creatorshare_creator--------------------------------------------------We have merch now?! Come get some!https://redbubble.com/shop/?query=nerd%20grapevine&ref=search_boxhttps://best-friends-tiny-inc.creator-spring.com/We play games on YouTube! Check out Grape Flavored Gaming on our channel at:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRaJm1AyH0NnQR2J1GcSdtgCome join the Backyard Bonanza in our Discord:https://discord.gg/QND8pNasHA--------------------------------------------------Theme Music:Jeremy Blake - Powerup!Technical Difficulty Music:Kevin Macleod - Local ForecastNerd stuff and farts this episode:food, pudding, bananas, festival, convention, travel, homemade, artisan, Warhammer, 40kSupport the showAnd remember, when life gives you grapes...
PMU School: A Podcast For Artists by Artists
5In today's episode, we chat with PMU educator Christina Doa's PMU about her favorite parts of doing PMU and the different certifications she's earned. Check it out :) Meet Christina: "Hi there! My name is Christina I am based in Ontario, Canada. I am a PMU educator specializing in microblading, ombre, and nano brows. I've been in the industry for about 2.5 years. Growing up I've always been into cosmetology and art, which led me to create a brow business during my college years at the start of covid. Fast forward to today, I have created a community on Instagram where I educate my followers about pmu and empower and inspire others about mindset and entrepreneurship". Find more about Christina on her website: @artisan.glow
In this episode, Garrett Clark sits down with Lyndi Perry, Stem Coordinator, and Liz Vowles, Artisan and Program Manager, from Craft Lake City to talk about their upcoming event, DIY Fest, on August 11 - 13. Craft Lake City is a 501(c) Charitable Organization that works to educate, promote, and inspire local artisans while elevating the creative culture of the Utah arts community through science, technology, and art. Outline of the conversation: 0:00 Important information 1:30 Entrepreneurs of all flavors 4:30 STEM 8:00 Liz Bowles 11:15 Sought after industries / people 14:00 Children learning 16:30 Volunteers 18:00 Bridging STEM and Art 20:00 Important information Show links: https://craftlakecity.com Social: Twitter - https://twitter.com/siliconslopes Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/siliconslopes/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/silicon-slopes/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8aEtQ1KJrWhJ3C2JnzXysw Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/meat-potatoes-podcast/id1262148655 Spotify Podcasts - https://open.spotify.com/show/4T9PSMVqgQNf7lCF3NdDgS?si=e0c6a92bc89e4fe7
SLOW FLOWERS with Debra Prinzing
Earlier this month, for our March Slow Flowers Member Meet-Up, we invited several members who incorporate what I like to call “Slow Pottery” into their floral enterprises. What is “Slow Pottery?” I originally wrote about Slow Pottery in our 2018 Slow Flowers Floral Insights & Industry Forecast, inspired by a New York Times article entitled: Why Handmade […] The post Episode 603: Slow Pottery for Slow Flowers — Artisan Pottery to pair with Artisan Bouquets appeared first on Slow Flowers Podcast with Debra Prinzing.
Financial Freedom for Physicians with Dr. Christopher H. Loo, MD-PhD
Description: Join us on this podcast as we sit down with Tiffany Richardson, a talented artist, and savvy entrepreneur. In this episode, Tiffany shares her inspiring journey from skincare business owner to successful abstract painter and digital entrepreneur. We'll discuss how Tiffany's passion for music and dance first led her to pursue a career in the skincare industry, and how she found herself exploring the world of abstract painting during the pandemic. Tiffany will share how her unique background and experiences have influenced her creative process and allowed her to stand out in the art industry. We'll also dive into the intersection of art and business, as Tiffany shares her insights on leveraging AI technology for growth and success. She'll walk us through her process for incorporating AI into her artwork and how she's been able to use her knowledge of AI to help her consulting clients improve their operations. Additionally, we'll explore the challenges and rewards of entrepreneurship, and how Tiffany has been able to build successful businesses through community partnerships and a commitment to excellence. Whether you're an artist, entrepreneur, or simply curious about the intersection of art and technology, you won't want to miss this insightful conversation with Tiffany Richardson. To connect with Tiffany, visit her website: https://www.artisan-preneur.com/ Disclaimer: Not advice. Educational purposes only. Not an endorsement for or against. Results not vetted. Views of the guests do not represent those of the host or show. Do your due diligence. Click here to join PodMatch (the "AirBNB" of Podcasting): https://www.joinpodmatch.com/drchrisloomdphd We couldn't do it without the support of our listeners. To help support the show: CashApp- https://cash.app/$drchrisloomdphd Venmo- https://account.venmo.com/u/Chris-Loo-4 Buy Me a Coffee- https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chrisJx Thank you to our sponsor, CityVest: https://bit.ly/37AOgkp Click here to schedule a 1-on-1 private coaching call: https://www.drchrisloomdphd.com/book-online Click here to purchase my books on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2PaQn4p Follow our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/chL1357 Thank you to our advertisers on Spotify. Financial Freedom for Physicians, Copyright 2023
On a Far North beach, in Taipa, James Moore can often be found barefoot, shlepping buckets of sea water from the ocean to his truck. Back home, James runs the water through his solar-powered evaporation tanks, leaving behind crystals of savoury seasoning. He's the owner of the Taipa Salt Pig, a company specialising in award-winning sea salts. Flavours include garlic, chilli and even squid ink, while his top-selling Citrus Zest Sea Salt won gold at last year's Outstanding NZ Food Producer Awards. Taipa Salt Pig also collects the water vapour and distills it to produce a range of water products, under the label Ocean Water. The idea earnt him a silver medal at the 2022 Outstanding NZ Food Producer Awards. James Moore also shares a recipe for Curry Basil Broccoli Bisque.
Have you ever wondered how much blood sausage a person can eat in one sitting? If so, you've come to the right place. Artie Clifford and Fallon Moore are the founders of Blas na hÉireann, the Irish Food Awards. Blas, which means ‘taste' in Irish, was born in Dingle in 2007, and has organized an annual celebration of the best in Irish food and drink every year since. With some help from University College Cork, they've developed a blind tasting process that's become the international standard in food competitions. The work of Blas na hÉireann goes well beyond an annual judging competition. They're champions of local food networks; a networking organization for producers, and a source of invaluable feedback for food startups. They also run a mentorship and educational training program for small businesses.On this week's episode, we speak with Artie and Fallon about how the food landscape is changing in Ireland; new trends in Irish food & drink; the rebirth of boxty and the renewed interest in traditional foods; and find out whether their judges ever get sick of eating blood sausage.Dyed Green is a project of Bog & Thunder, whose mission is to highlight the best of Irish food and culture, through food tours, events, and media. Find out more at www.bogandthunder.com.Dyed Green is Powered by Simplecast.
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Kyle and AC chat with Juan Guzman at Artisan Tropic Artisan Tropic is supporting regenerative agriculture with its chip products made from plantain and cassava. In this episode, we learn about the family origins of Artisan Tropic, the design and implementation process behind their regenerative transition, their plans for the future, and Juan's thoughts on scaling regenerative agriculture. Episode Highlights:
Episode #471! We are back with a fully loaded Cool Stuff episode. Scott has two Spider-Man related books this week. First up he talks about Stefan Petrucha's novel Spider-Man: Forever Young. He also brings the incredible book Gil Kane's The Amazing Spider-Man Artisan Edition to the table. DL has the new Garrett Gunn and Kit Wallis trade Little Red Ronin from Source Point Press. Scott has an even bigger Marvel/IDW art book to showcase this week with Chris Samnee's Daredevil Artist's Edition. All that and more is discussed this episode. Check it out!
In EP118 of Pipe and Tamper Mike and Jay sit down with pipe maker Jonathan Lavezzo of Prohibition Pipes. We touch down on his pipe smoking history, Moonshine Pipes, Prohibition Pipes and a TON of other topics during this extended edition of Pipe and Tamper.
Madlik Podcast – Torah Thoughts on Judaism From a Post-Orthodox Jew
Join Geoffrey Stern and Rabbi Adam Mintz recordeed on March 16th 2023 on Clubhouse. The craftsmen and craftswomen building the Tabernacle are commanded to weave curtains showcasing images of two Cherubs and fashion golden statues to match. We wonder how these winged-creatures differ from the Golden Calf and the forbidden images that the Bible ridicules with such scorn? Sefaria Source Sheet: https://www.sefaria.org/sheets/474160 Transcript on episode web page: https://madlik.com/2023/03/15/man-made/
PMU School: A Podcast For Artists by Artists
In today's episode, we learn more about PMU educator Christina Doa's PMU start and her business Artisan Glow. Specifically, Christina talks about her college education and her transition into PMU. Check it out :) Meet Christina: "Hi there! My name is Christina I am based in Ontario, Canada. I am a PMU educator specializing in microblading, ombre, and nano brows. I've been in the industry for about 2.5 years. Growing up I've always been into cosmetology and art, which led me to create a brow business during my college years at the start of covid. Fast forward to today, I have created a community on Instagram where I educate my followers about pmu and empower and inspire others about mindset and entrepreneurship". Find more about Christina on her website: @artisan.glow
In Japan, when a pottery piece is broken, it's not thrown away. The Japanese art form that involves repairing broken pottery is called Kintsugi. It's a technique that puts the object back together using gold resin to not only make the broken object look beautiful and unique, but to also emphasize the beauty of imperfection and brokenness. Like the Japanese pottery, we also get broken needing repair. It's through God's grace and love we can experience redemption and restoration. We are repaired by God, the Kintsugi Artisan. He is our Kintsugi Artisan. He takes our broken pieces and puts us back together with His perfect love. And He turns us into something beautiful and valuable. Are you wondering how Life Coaching works? Would you like a free, 30-minute session? Click this link to set up a Consult Call: https://calendly.com/triciazodylifecoach/30min Get the free, printable guide here: https://www.triciazody.com/guide Get the Podcast Roadmap here: https://www.triciazody.com/roadmap
Welcome back to Season 3, Episode 202 of the Asian Hustle Network Podcast! We are very excited to have Ha Nguyen on this week's show. Ha Nguyen is an attorney, owner/co-founder of 7 Leaves Cafe, Artisan restaurant, West 7 Bakery Macarons, Wynnston Development Inc, and Hatricks Consulting Inc. 7 Leaves Cafe is a coffee/tea house that has over 40 locations in 7 different states that started in 2012. The company has won several accolades, including Family Business of the Year by the Asian Business Association, Family Business of the Year by Cal State Fullerton Family Business Center, Small Business of the Year by SBA, and Visionary Business of the Year. Ha was the head operator for the company from 2012-2019. Ha Nguyen was also a former Martial Arts Instructor, where he taught Shaolin Kung Fu at the family's martial arts dojo from 2002 to 2017. Ha is also an avid meditator, and he practices a mixture of Vedic and Dogen Buddhist Meditation. To stay connected with the AHN community, please join our AHN Directory: https://ahn.community --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/asianhustlenetwork/support
PMU School: A Podcast For Artists by Artists
In today's episode, we learn about PMU educator Christina Doa's PMU start and her business Artisan Glow. Check it out :) Meet Christina: "Hi there! My name is Christina I am based in Ontario, Canada. I am a PMU educator specializing in microblading, ombre, and nano brows. I've been in the industry for about 2.5 years. Growing up I've always been into cosmetology and art, which led me to create a brow business during my college years at the start of covid. Fast forward to today, I have created a community on Instagram where I educate my followers about pmu and empower and inspire others about mindset and entrepreneurship". Find more about Christina on her website: @artisan.glow
On this episode of The Literary Life Podcast with Angelina Stanford, Cindy Rollins, and Thomas Banks, our hosts introduce their new series on Shakespeare's play Othello. They share some tips and strategies for those new to Shakespeare, both as independent readers and for reading along with children. Angelina also talks more specifically about how to approach reading a Shakespearean tragedy. Finally, our hosts respond to the idea that Shakespeare plays should be watched, not read. Join us back here next week to dive into the discussion of Othello! Register now for our 5th Annual Literary Life Online Conference coming up April 12-15, 2023, Shakespeare: The Bard for All and for All Time. Get all the details and sign up today at houseofhumaneletters.com. Commonplace Quotes: The devils come because the half-gods go, But in the end the gods, the gods return. Humbert Wolfe I was rereading chapter 14 of Surprised by Joy, and there it was, the opening quote from George MacDonald: “The one principle of hell is – ‘I am my own'.” Andrew Johnson A convention is a form of freedom. That is the reality that the realists cannot get into their heads. A dramatic convention is not a constraint on the dramatist; it is a permission to the dramatist. It is a permit allowing him to depart from the routine of external reality, in order to express a more internal and intimate reality. . . . But as Shakespeare had the liberty of a literary convention, he can make Macbeth say something that nobody in real life would say, but something that does express what somebody in real life would feel. It expresses such things as music expresses them; though nobody in those circumstances would recite that particular poem, any more than he would begin suddenly to play on the violin. But what the audience wants is the emotion expressed; and poetry can express it and commonplace conversation cannot. . . . The realist is reduced to inarticulate grunts and half-apologetic oaths, like an apoplectic major in a club. G. K. Chesterton Iago by Walter de la Mare A dark lean face, a narrow, slanting eye, Whose deeps of blackness one pale taper's beam Haunts with a flitting madness of desire; A heart whose cinder at the breath of passion Glows to a momentary core of heat Almost beyond indifference to endure: So parched Iago frets his life away. His scorn works ever in a brain whose wit This world hath fools too many and gross to seek. Ever to live incredibly alone, Masked, shivering, deadly, with a simple Moor Of idiot gravity, and one pale flower Whose chill would quench in everlasting peace His soul's unmeasured flame — O paradox! Might he but learn the trick! — to wear her heart One fragile hour of heedless innocence, And then, farewell, and the incessant grave. ” O fool! O villain! ” — 'tis the shuttlecock Wit never leaves at rest. It is his fate To be a needle in a world of hay, Where honour is the flattery of the fool; Sin, a tame bauble; lies, a tiresome jest; Virtue, a silly, whitewashed block of wood For words to fell. Ah! but the secret lacking, The secret of the child, the bird, the night, Faded, flouted, bespattered, in days so far Hate cannot bitter them, nor wrath deny; Else were this Desdemona. . . . Why! Woman a harlot is, and life a nest Fouled by long ages of forked fools. And God — Iago deals not with a tale so dull: To have made the world! Fie on thee, Artisan! Books Mentioned: Othello by William Shakespeare London Sonnets by Humbert Wolfe The Soul of Wit by G. K. Chesterton, edited by Dale Ahlquist Surprised by Joy by C. S. Lewis Tales from Shakespeare by Charles and Mary Lamb Beautiful Stories from Shakespeare by Edith Nesbit Leon Garfield's Shakespeare Stories by Leon Garfield Stories from Shakespeare by Marchette Chute Asimov's Guide to Shakespeare by Isaac Asimov The Meaning of Shakespeare by Harold Goddard The Elizabethan World Picture by E. M. Tillyard Support The Literary Life: Become a patron of The Literary Life podcast as part of the “Friends and Fellows Community” on Patreon, and get some amazing bonus content! Thanks for your support! Connect with Us: You can find Angelina and Thomas at HouseofHumaneLetters.com, on Instagram @angelinastanford, and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ANGStanford/ Find Cindy at morningtimeformoms.com, on Instagram @cindyordoamoris and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/cindyrollins.net/. Check out Cindy's own Patreon page also! Follow The Literary Life on Instagram, and jump into our private Facebook group, The Literary Life Discussion Group, and let's get the book talk going! http://bit.ly/literarylifeFB
Proprietors of Pittsburgh Podcast
In this exciting “behind-the-scenes” episode, Danielle Bombash, co-owner of Bombash and Earley, gives us a tour of her store and production space. She and her husband, Tim, run the business out of a charming storefront that resembles a cottage-style home in McMurray, PA. Their impressive and extensive lineup of botanical skin care products is made entirely by hand in small batches from this location.After viewing their retail displays in the front of the store, I got to see their main production room in the back of the house, which is typically off-limits to customers. Danielle described how their products are made from raw ingredients, and she showed me some of the equipment that's used in the creation process. We had a terrific discussion about the origin of the business, how she and Tim balance their unique approaches to entrepreneurship, and why family is a central part of what they are building.If you have any questions or if you'd like to chat, you can reach me at my contact info below. The purpose of this podcast is to share ideas, inspire action, and build a stronger small business community here in Pittsburgh. So please say hello, tell me what you think, and let me know how I'm doing. It means a ton!YOU CAN REACH ME AT:Website: https://www.proprietorsofpittsburgh.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/proprietorsofpittsburghpodcastFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/proprietorsofpittsburghpodcastLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/darinvilanoPhone: 412-336-8247YOU CAN REACH DANIELLE BOMBASH AT:Website: https://bombashearley.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/bombashbotanicalFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/bombashandearley