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Don't Shoot The Messenger
Ep 218 - None Of Us Should Be Feeding Into It

Don't Shoot The Messenger

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 58:09


Join Caroline Wilson and Corrie Perkin for Ep 218.This podcast is proudly supported by Red Energy - most satisfied customers 12 years in a row.It's Federal Election week so this week Caro and Corrie discuss the campaign and reflect on some of the journalism that has had an impact on the hopes of Scott Morrison and Anthony Albanese in their quest for an election victory.Caro's family slipped off to Hawaii to celebrate her Dad's birthday recently – she shares her experience and a few tips for the perfect Hawaiian holiday.In the Cocktail Cabinet for Prince Wine Store Myles has a few tips for pairing wine with mushrooms and recommends a the 2017 Rendous-Vous Malbec.The Cocktail Cabinet for Prince Wine Store – bringing Melbournians' the greatest wine in the world. Visit Prince Wine Store.com.auUse the promo code MESS at checkout instore or online to receive a listener discount - head to the dedicated Don't Shoot the Messenger page HERE.BSFThe Moonflower Murders by Anthony HorowitzLicorice Pizza (Stream on Amazon Prime or buy on ITunes or Google Play)Life on ABCTV iview· Donna Hay's Crispy Mushroom Tacos with Avocado and Lime Yoghurt from One Pan Perfect (see recipe below)Corrie's grumpy about the dubious credentials of Clive Palmer's United Australia Party candidates.In 6 Quick Questions we discuss stores you always overspend at, the ugliest spat of 2022, the new phenomenon of The Coastal Grandmother, Corrie's latest grandparent tip and Caro has a Hawaiian themed amazing fact.To receive our weekly email which includes recipes SIGN UP HERE.For videos and pics make sure you follow us on Instagram, Facebook or TwitterEmail the show via feedback@dontshootpod.com.au.Don't Shoot the Messenger is produced by Corrie Perkin, Caroline Wilson and produced, engineered and edited by Jane Nield for Sports Entertainment Network.Donna Hay's Crispy Mushroom Tacos with Avocado and Lime Yoghurt from One Pan Perfect Ingredients½ cup (125 ml) extra virgin olive oil, plus extra for brushing1 tablespoon sweet smoked paprika1 teaspoon chilli flakesSea salt and cracked black pepper1 kg portobello mushrooms, sliced into 5mm pieces4 fresh jalapeno chillies, halved and seeds removed2 cups (180g) finely shredded white cabbage½ cup (8g) coriander leaves, torn1 avocado, sliced8x15cm flour tortillas, to serveFor lime yoghurt1 cup (280g) plain thick yoghurt2 teaspoons finely grated lime rind2 tablespoons lime juiceSea salt and cracked black pepperMethodPreheat oven to 240 degrees CPlace the oil, smoked paprika, chilli, salt and pepper in a large bowl and mix to combine. Add the mushrooms and gently mix to coat. Place on a large baking tray line with non-stick baking paper. Brush the jalapeno chillies with a little oil and add to the tray. Bake for 45 minutes, stirring occasionally , until the mushrooms are crispy.To make lime yoghurt, place the yoghurt, lime, lime juice, salt and pepper in a bowl and mix to combine.Divide the cabbage, coriander, avocado and lime yoghurt between the tortillas. Top with the mushrooms and jalapeno chillies and serve. Serves 4.

Colorado Matters
May 18, 2022: Bloom of ‘witness roses’ eagerly anticipated; ’50 Things to Bake Before You Die’

Colorado Matters

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 51:36


It's been decades since anyone's seen the roses bloom that were planted by Japanese-American prisoners at Colorado's Camp Amache. But that may soon change. Then, the fight to recertify a creek and what that means for clean water. Plus, a Denver food critic shares "50 Things to Bake Before You Die." Later, a big step to preserve Chicano murals in Colorado.

Everyday Positivity
Bake Some Self Care

Everyday Positivity

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 2:24


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Wake and Bake Podcast with Clay Pigeon | WFMU
Do You Wake n' Bake? May Oui! from May 2, 2022 from May 2, 2022

Wake and Bake Podcast with Clay Pigeon | WFMU

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 47:47


Nikoli's Kitchen
Angel Food Cake with Lemon Icing!

Nikoli's Kitchen

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 39:18


Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of Nikoli's Kitchen, with massive apologies for the delay in getting this into your ears- prep for the Livestream for the Cure has overwhelmed me of late. This week on the show, I talk about letting go of anger and trying to work to make the world a better place, and then I talk about the wins (and failures) I experienced trying to make angel food cake from scratch. Pro tip: Buy a tube pan. Thank you all so much for listening!   The 6th Annual Livestream for the Cure will take place from May 19th - May 21st, as we work with content creators and podcast partners around the world to raise $20,000 for the Cancer Research Institute. This is our sixth year, and over the past five we've raised over $50,000. Please help us add to that total and help us spread the word by sharing promos for the event and information leading up to it. Learn more by visiting livestreamforthecure.com.   ~| In this week's episode I talk about my failures to make the recipe adapted from Cake by Courtney. I believe that was because I still followed the baking instructions for the tube pan instead of instructions more meant for loaf pans. The first time I made angel food cake was from a recipe adapted from https://www.chocolatemoosey.com/angel-food-cake-in-a-loaf-pan/. For the recipe listed below I tried to adapt the instructions from this recipe for loaf pans, which will yield a much better result. |~   Featured Recipe for this Episode ~| This recipe is largely based on the recipe from Cake by Courtney found at https://cakebycourtney.com/angel-food-cake/. |~ 1 c all-purpose flour & 2 T cornstarch OR 1 c + 2 T cake flour 1-3/4 c sugar 1/4 t salt 1-1/2 t cream of tartar zest of 3 lemons OR 2 oranges 13 egg whites Preheat oven to 325°. Combine 1 c of your sugar, the flour & cornstarch, and salt in a bowl and whisk to combine. Sift them through a mesh strainer four times. Add your egg whites to a large bowl or the bowl of a stand mixer. Whisk or beat the egg whites on mid-high. When they start to foam, add your cream of tartar and zest.  Slowly add the remaining 3/4 c of sugar while the egg whites continue to beat. Stop beating the egg whites when you reach soft peaks- they should form a peak as you pull the whisk/beaters out of the bowl, and then the peak will fall.  Sift your dry ingredients into the egg whites in four batches, folding them in gently between batches (literally JUST until mixed). Pour the batter into two ungreased 9x5" loaf pans and place them onto a large baking tray together. Bake for 45 to 55 minutes at 325° or until brown and no longer sticky on top. Don't open the oven until you're sure it's done. Make sure your batter is set by shaking the pans slightly to see if they still have a liquidy jiggle in the middle.  Remove from the oven and turn the loaf pans upside down and rest the handles on two things of equal height (I used cans of beans!) to allow air to cool the cake but so it doesn't collapse. Let it cool for an hour before removing from the pan to serve. Lemon Icing 1 c powdered sugar zest of 1 lemon 1 T lemon juice 1 T heavy cream yellow food coloring (for extra yellow hue) Combine all of the ingredients in a large bowl and whisk together vigorously until smooth.    Important Links (All links open in a new window) Main Website Subscribe on Patreon! Livestream for the Cure Join my Discord Community! Podcast RSS Feed Like my Facebook Page! Follow me on Twitter! Follow me on Instagram! Join my Facebook Group! Subscribe to my YouTube Channel! Follow me on Twitch!   Listen on Apple Podcasts Goodpods Spotify Google Podcasts Pandora TuneIn Radio iHeart Radio Spreaker PlayerFM Stitcher Podchaser   Guest Appearances I was honored to sit down with Ashlee of the Rabbit Ears TV Podcast again to talk about all things Big Little Lies! Check it out at https://www.netflixnswill.com/rabbitears/2021/8/31/big-little-lies. I had the amazing opportunity to sit down with Em of Verbal Diorama to talk about Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgandy and we had a blast. Please tune in at https://www.verbaldiorama.com/episode/anchorman-the-legend-of-ron-burgundy! It was amazing to go back home again and sit down with Justin and LoySauce to review Spider-Man: No Way Home! Tune in to this very NSFW episode at https://epicfilmguys.podbean.com/e/efg-classic-nick-loysauce-return-for-spider-man-no-way-home-review/! I headed back to Epic Film Guys again and joined Justin and the SAUCE for a review of Matt Reeves' The Batman! Check out the review at https://epicfilmguys.podbean.com/e/efg-classic-the-batman-review-special-edition/!   Credits Intro "Midnight in Carmel" by Wendy Marcini. Licensed from Epidemic Sound. Check out her amazing music at https://open.spotify.com/artist/4CaTfk4pRkpA8A9gXamYg2. "Almost in F" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Outro "The Climb" from Music for Makers. Sign up and get a royalty-free song delivered to your inbox every Monday at www.musicformakers.com! Other music in this episode licensed from Epidemic Sound. Learn more and sign up for a free trial with access to thousands of songs at https://www.epidemicsound.com/. Track Listing: "The Way to the Sky" by Hampus Naeselius.

Recipe of the Day
Chicken Noodle Soup Bake

Recipe of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 4:50


Today's recipe is Chicken Noodle Soup Bake.Here are the links to some of the items I talked about in this episode: #ad9"x12" Baking DishWhiskMixing BowlAluminum FoilHere's the Recipe Of The Day page with all of our recipe links.If you want to make sure that you always find out what today's recipe is, do one or all of the following:Subscribe to the Podcast,Text the word Dinner to 1-833-413-1352,Join the ROTD Facebook Group here  (this is a brand new group! You'll be a founding member!),Subscribe to get emails here.Have a great day! -Christine xo

Deportes Entre 3

La primera semana de mayo fuimos testigos de un hecho histórico, el veterano estratega Dusty Baker se convirtio en apenas el 12º hombre que consigue 2.000 triunfos como mánager en las Grandes Ligas y el primer afroamericano en la lista.Ya disponible el nuevo episodio de #DeportesEntre3, #ElPodCast: que trae lo más relevante del mundo deportivo Con:

Parent Busters
Jumping Cake Fall Myth [Does a Cake Shake Ruin a Bake?]

Parent Busters

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 28:29


We're beating the batter out of that old wives tales about baking: Can jumping cause a cake to fall?In addition to don't stomp, the cake will fall, we'll also cake your day with sweet information like:Will loud noises make a cake fall?Who invented boxed cake mix?Will the cake collapse if… scenarios.How Romans jailed people for bread.And what does Mark It With a B mean in the pat a cake rhyme.Don't get too deflated because we'll also cover an interesting list of cakes facts for kids and parents, including what's up with that Marie Antoinette Let Them Eat Cake quote and the shocking history of cakes walks.Eat all the info up on this fun cake baking podcasts! ALSO: GRAB OUR FREE BUSTER DEDUCTION SHEET TO USE WITH THE EPISODE & HEAD OVER TO PARENTBUSTERS.COM TO GET MORE LEARNING AFTER LISTENING IDEAS FOR THIS TOPIC & FUN KIDS' LEARNING IDEAS FOR ALL OUR PODCAST EPISODES*ALL SOURCES USED IN THIS EPISODE LISTED IN THE EPISODE POST ON PARENTBUSTERS.COM

Fck This Place: The Jobs Podcast
#132  Groin Punch Protocol  w/ Jasmine Ortiz

Fck This Place: The Jobs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 68:37


Chef Jasmine Ortiz (Cake Wars, Food Network's Bake or Break) is a hustler. She's always getting work, and she's always getting it done. She thought she had it rough when she cleaned houses with her Grandma and pulled shifts in the retail trenches, but nothing could prepare her for getting robbed out of the theme park role of a lifetime (or at least the summer). In just seconds, Jasmine watched her breezy, good-time summer vibes smothered by the sweat-drenched foam helmet of an infamous cartoon skunk.    NO SAD STORIES…it's Fuck This Place! The podcast about jobs. _________________________________________________________________________________ Jasmine's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jasminelee3/   _________________________________________________________________________________   Our Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fuckthisplacepod/ Our TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@fckthisplacepod Our Youtube-https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNGWlaHVqQO9-q37UpPdh8A _________________________________________________________________________________________   Question about your job? Wanna yell at us? Text us at: 470-BAD-JOBS // 470-223-5627 Share the pod: https://linktr.ee/FckThisPlace About Fck This Place: The Jobs Podcast Nightmare Bosses! Creepy Craigslists! Ungodly Hours! Nick Aragon and Chase McNeill bring you the best of the worst jobs every Tuesday.

The Outdoors Show
OS 1217: Loving Your Land with Dave Edwards

The Outdoors Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 144:20


Boy, did Capt. Kirk pick the wrong week to step out of the studio! It was like Christmas for Capt. Kevin and Jeff, who enjoyed an incredible spread from Chef Gordon AND the expertise of Dave Edwards, who provided all kinds of insight into land management.But it wasn't all about the hunting side of things - Kevin told an AMAZING cobia story, and gave us some bad news for anglers concerning the coming week.Finally, we can't talk about this episode without mentioning the best part: TOP GUN RETURNS! It was great to hear from one of our favorite members of the OS Family.Here's your L.V. Hiers gear tip of the week: Fishing offshore!? Bring some Fishbites Squid Flavor. Stays on hook for more than one fish!Here's your Ring Power CAT tip of the week: The wind is supposed to blow hard out of the SW this weekend. Might keep you from going offshore but the beach should be fine. With the water temperature around 77, bait everywhere, there should be some kingfish on the beach. Also don't do what I (Captain Kevin) did this week and forget to put your downrigger on the boat. Last but not least.. There are still rays on the beach!!Here's your Kirbyco Builders Inc. cooking tip of the week:Summertime Zucchini CasseroleIngredients:2 Tablespoons olive oil1 cup diced yellow onion6 cups raw zucchini, sliced in thin rounds1-2 hot red peppers, finely diced (optional)1 teaspoon salt1 teaspoon black pepper2 eggs2 heaping Tablespoons Lusty Monk Original Sin Mustard2 Tablespoons mayonnaise1 cup shredded sharp cheddar3/4 cup panko bread crumbs2 Tablespoons salted butter, meltedDirections:Preheat oven to 375ºf.In a skillet over medium high heat, sauté onions until just starting to brown. Stir in zucchini, peppers (if using), salt and pepper and cook until softened.In a small bowl, combine eggs, mayonnaise, and Lusty Monk Mustard, and mix thoroughly.In a separate bowl, mix melted butter and bread crumbs until the bread crumbs are completely coated.In a 9x9 casserole dish, layer zucchini and onion mixture, then 1/2 cup shredded cheese and then a second layer of the same.Pour mustard mix onto the casserole.Top with buttered bread crumbs.Bake for 35 minutes or until golden brown.

Cookery by the Book
A Good Day to Bake | Benjamina Ebuehi

Cookery by the Book

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022


ThinkEnergy
KRP and Future-Proofing Commercial Buildings

ThinkEnergy

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 41:48


Dan Seguin  00:06 This is thinkenergy, the podcast that helps you better understand the fast changing world of energy through conversations with game changers, industry leaders, and influencers. So join me, Dan Seguin, and my co host, Rebecca Schwartz, as we explore both traditional and unconventional facets of the energy industry. Hey, everyone, welcome back. On today's show, we're going to talk about buildings and the critical role they play in our country's transition to a lower carbon, and eventual net zero future. They're where we live, work and play. But buildings are responsible for 40% of global energy consumption, and about a third of the world's greenhouse gas emissions.   Rebecca Schwartz  01:00 That number is pretty significant. But becoming net zero is going to take money, and new technology, new infrastructure, and a complete overhaul of how we construct, heat, and cool our buildings.   Dan Seguin  01:11 As we talked about on the show, many times technology is evolving at an accelerated rate. So much so that even today's most highly evolved smart buildings may be considered just the norm or standard a decade from now. So when is the right time for property developers and owners to jump in and lower their emissions and environmental impact?   Rebecca Schwartz  01:37 The majority of commercial buildings we see now are more than 30 years old. So, there's a desperate need for energy efficient retrofits and upgrades. A lot goes into retrofitting an existing building to make it smart and attractive, comfortable, sustainable, and of course cost efficient. It involves much more than just updating your aging HVAC or stepping up the lighting by putting in a few fancy things you may have bought off Amazon.   Dan Seguin  02:03 So, here's today's big question. What kind of planning needs to take place today to help future proof or new and existing commercial buildings, so they can lower their carbon footprint and eventually achieve their net zero target later?   Rebecca Schwartz  02:21 Our special guest today is Terry young. He's the Vice President of Operations at KRP Properties. Terry manages a portfolio of more than 30 commercial properties in Ottawa's high tech hub in Kanata. Welcome to the show.   Dan Seguin  02:35 Hey, Terry, how are you? We know that buildings contribute 1/3 of greenhouse gas emissions globally. What are some of the steps that developers and property owners should consider or be aware of when it comes to future proofing their buildings and why?   Terry Young  02:52 So, I think one thing is understanding the current state of your building. Many of us, we've run pieces of real estate, but we really don't know how it's running or where it sits, or how efficient it is. So, I think the first thing you got to do is understand where your building is, in terms of your carbon burn, your energy burn, etc. And, you know, that's probably the first step to start with today. How much energy are we using? And can I be more efficient?   Dan Seguin  03:20 Now, how practical is it for building owners to adopt these new technologies?   Terry Young  03:27 So I think it's quite practical actually. And like we've been, we've been very fortunate to have a really good relationship with Hydro Ottawa, and we've actually been involved with Envari, and we monitor our utility burns in real time. So, with every 15 minutes, or whatever it is, I can tell you exactly how much energy we're burning- both utility wise, energy being electricity, gas and water. Now, you can't, if you don't monitor, you can't change. So basically, the first step is to start monitoring. And we've been very fortunate. Likewise, the software that they we've provided, they can, you know, there's some analytical data that we provide, to understand trends, to understand where your building is moving, etc. So, yeah, it's quite practical. Now, it's not cheap. And, but, you know, I think it's so worth it.   Rebecca Schwartz  04:18 Maybe a good place to start is what exactly is a smart building? And what are some examples of how technology can connect tenants and property managers in ways that matter?   Terry Young  04:29 So, I think there's a lot of definitions on smart buildings because- talk to five people, you have five different answers. But, I think, if I were to give you a definition of what a smart building is it is centralized control. Basically I can control pretty much anything in the building from one central area. We have the temperature, the humidity, the HVAC systems, the electrical systems, the lighting systems. And so, I think that's what I would call a smart building. That's such, Rebecca, this can be scaled as well. But you can have a really small amount of smart so you can have very large amount of smarts, but it's the same kind of linear path what you're trying to get to, right.   Dan Seguin  05:08 Terry, is it fair to say that we're not only talking about the health of the building, or its impact on the environment, but also the health and comfort of its occupants? What are some of the positive ways smart buildings impact the people who use them?   Terry Young  05:25 There's so many things that- the quality of the environment is you know, there's studies out there, and I've read 50 of them, if I've read 100, about, you know, you're going to increase your quality of work, your air quality, your ability to quickly get to the office, your ability to department quickly, all of these things actually adds directly to productivity lines. There are many companies out there that can actually monitor how much and what product can be looked like. And there's a direct correlation to building help. Absolutely, technology can easily assist you in that. Now, when I say assist, you still need to have a lot of background. And, yes, you're building has to be intelligent to do this. But, there's direct correlation; absolutely between, you know, how, how well you're running your building, how smart your building is, and productivity of the occupants inside that building. Right.   Dan Seguin  06:19 Okay, here's a follow up question. Do you think future proofing may now include reducing the spread of germs in buildings? Have you seen anything that might stick around after COVID-19? Like, temperature readings before employees enter the building, maybe even ventilation standards,   Terry Young  06:40 The ASHRAE Standard. So ASHRAE is an organization that sort of monitors, and regulates, I suppose, how air gets distributed within a facility, a very, very good organization. When COVID first hit, they actually put out a different way of running your buildings, and they set parameters on how to do that. I think that's going to be part of the course moving forward. For sure. I'm not sure heat or temperature, taking your temperature, anything, if that's going to continue. However, you know, we have- there's a lot of face recognition currently available right now, that actually are coinciding with your door passes, and your fob keys, as soon as they see your face, it opens your door. It's easily known. And it's already built into a lot of these platforms that it takes your temperature, whether that's going to be moving forward, I'm not sure. I do think that how people are running their buildings is going to be at or will continue to be at a really, really higher level than it was in the past, because our clients are demanding this. The unfortunate part is, you know, back 30-40 years ago, when we built a lot of these buildings that the systems that were there were built very much to code at the time, but they don't exceed or they aren't to code now. So what we're having to do is as the asset needs to be replaced, we do and we are able to put in that bigger, better system. But the ductwork and the existing spaces are only so big, so it can't do what a hospital does, for instance, and not to bore you or your audience here, but you know, a hospital can actually do a many, many air filtration changes any like they literally take all the air out of one space and take it out and put fresh air in much more effectively and efficiently than a normal commercial building would because that's the way it is. So, we, you know, we have some work to do for sure. We have put a number, when I say a number, it's probably 20 or 30 things that we've done to test and fine tune because we were always kind of doing them. And these are like special MERV rating filters through mechanical air filtration units, humidity control, all of this stuff, we fine tune. And now we monitor and are very aware, on a, you know, a real time basis on the quality of that air that gets pumped in there and how many times we can actually filter that air out. So we're very, very aware. And I think that's going to be something that you're going to see building owners and property owners really having a cognizant awareness of how that works.   Rebecca Schwartz  09:18 As climate change continues to evolve, the demand for space heating and cooling rises along with it. Many organizations are seeing their heating, ventilation and air conditioning system taking the most significant bite out of their bottom line. So my question to you is, what options exist? And what does the future of smart HVAC tech look like?   Terry Young  09:39 So I can speak for an hour here. I know we don't have an hour. But you know, in the last two or three years or maybe last five or six years now we've taken up three or four gigs off our grid out here, just by running. I shouldn't say that- in conjunction with asset replacement, but just by running our buildings better and faster, more efficiently. So you think about it, you know, three gigs is a lot of electricity, right? So, and this is through our analytical software, and this is all, and I should, I should say probably 60 or 70% of that savings, this has come from our ability to run things more efficiently. And basically, you know, to simplify it. We have a bunch of data that we get fed in and we have analytics that actually feed that data and understand it a million times a second kind of thing. No human could do it. But they create efficiencies in the system. So if you look at, you know, from a climate change perspective, and if you're not running these analytical platforms you're behind. Likewise, the minute you turn these things on, it's an instant 15 or 20% savings. So I think that's a huge thing. Likewise, your energy and carbon are very directly correlated. So the minute you save energy in our world, you're saving your carbon burn as well.   Dan Seguin  10:59 Great segue to this next question, Terry. Wondering if you could expand on how data from HVAC systems improves energy management through automation, and predictive analysis that forecasts adjustments based on historical data to enhance and manage overall energy consumption.   Terry Young  11:22 So your, your eyes are gonna glaze over now. So just pause. Because I'm gonna get tactical, or another thing go on. And I enjoy this kind of thing to love. So it's like, and I'll try to put it down to two words, everybody can understand. But in a building, there, there's a bunch of relationships, so there's a big HVAC unit on the roof, and then there's a box that's down there in the ductwork kind of thing that opens and closes and stuff. And then there's a thermostat right there on the wall. So, basically, that's one relationship. Okay. So, basically, if you turn up, you go to 70 degrees, that means the little baffle in the VAV box opens a little bit and pushes enough air in so you're comfortable. Okay, now the fan needs to work at I don't know, whatever percentage that is. So, what happens is with the analytical data, and the analytics, it creates an efficiency within that system. So that's one relationship. Now, if you're in an office with 30 offices, there's 30 different relationships. So the software sits on top there, and it's like an umbrella, and understands in real time, all of these demands on the system. So if you have a 60 horsepower motor, and you have reheat coils, and you have a whole pile of systems working in conjunction and simultaneously with one another, what this software does, it goes, how can I minimize the the use of all of this system to maintain its comfort. So instead of run at a 60 horsepower, so 15 years ago, I turn on that motor, I got 60 horses or 30 horses, whatever it is full bore. And basically, I fill the system full a static pressure, and I just opened it ever so slightly, but I've run the entire system for my office, which is 200 square feet. So now with these new systems, I don't need to do that anymore. There's variable speed drives, which basically means it's like a gas pedal now, so I only press the gas, the amount of kilometers and the speed that I want. So that relationship from the thermostat that's on the wall, says I only need to go five kilometers an hour, which is five horsepower. So also my office next door, if they need five horsepower or five kilometers an hour, that might be five simultaneously. So they'll take that same sort of static pressure, that same temp air and dump it in his or her office as well. So you see how efficient this is throughout the entire system. So, and again, this is, in theory, after I explain it, it's so simple, but we weren't running our real estate like that 15 years ago. But when you do that, two things happen. One is I save a massive amount of energy- actually 3- two, I maintain really, really comfortable spaces and three, and this is the big one here, from a cap x perspective and if you're a finance person, you're looking at this stuff and you saying well, "I don't need to replace that motor anymore". And usually lifespan these motors are pretty defined; definite, right? So it's 17 years. Now I can push that out to 22 years or 27 years, that kind of deal. So it's good. It's good every which way but loose right.   Rebecca Schwartz  14:40 A short time ago, the federal government introduced new funding and new initiatives to help support the commercial sector. They promised $3 billion to establishing a net zero accelerator fund to help large emitters reduce their emissions. What are some of the highlights and what should clients know?   Terry Young  14:59 So, I'm not the guy to be talking to about this, really. But I mean, there's three criteria- three pillars, I suppose. There's one for, they call it decarbonisation. And so this is like, for large emitters, these are big manufacturing plants there. And there's a, there's new technology called carbon capturing as well. So it's big machines look like big dishwashers. Not really, but they're giant, and it takes the bad thing. And they actually can make that into either a brick or something that can be utilized in a cement factory, or whatever. So it takes carbon out of the system, which is good. The second pillar is it's clean technology and industrial transformation. And I think third one is a huge push for battery ecosystem. One of the big things we have here, we have really cool technology, but our batteries, and the battery technology has not kept up. And I say that there's huge advancements, but we're still not there. You know, you look at the cars, for instance, you know, the Tesla gets 600 or 700 kilometers out of a tank, in a perfect condition world. That's still not good enough for Canada. It might be okay for California, but where we have a geographic issue, we need 1000 or more out of one charge, right? So we need a lot of technology pushing out deeper. So I think that's where they're in the short term, this is where the candidate, most of that money is gonna go. And there's a there's actually there's five or six funds that you can actually apply for as well.   Dan Seguin  16:28 We've tackled some of the pros, what are some of the barriers to the adoption of smart building solutions and reducing emissions? Are the fears or concerns you've heard valid?   Terry Young  16:42 So yeah, I, I think the barriers is twofold. One is financial. And this has to be tied to a financial place somewhere. And if it's not tied to costs, it just won't happen. And it's, it's very expensive. But number two is you need a corporate champion, you need somebody at the table at the C suite to really understand what that means to the company to the world to whatever. And so ultimately, that's where the issue is right now. We got a lot of guys at the at the C suite are a little older, they're they got more gray hair or less hair depends which side of the table you're on. But you know, so what's important to me is not what was important to my son who's 22. And so what you're seeing is, you know, with the cost of everything going up supply chain issues, the cost of labor going crazy, all this kind of stuff- this is going to be very expensive. This also, from a carbon costing perspective, with our new- with our federal government plans implemented, you know, in the in the ready, I suppose, are getting more expensive every day, you better have a plan in place, or you're going to get hit really, really quickly. And so I think that some of the biggest barriers are, or fears are, they don't really understand it. So there's a C suite kind of need to change from a championship and again, the financial component of this stuff.   Dan Seguin  18:14 Okay, now, care to expand on some of the biggest opportunities for return on investment in smart building solutions that folks either haven't thought of, or even considered- is there anything you would recommend?   Terry Young  18:31 So, two really is two of the things are energy savings- and we talked about that full stop real quick and easy. Turn, turn the page. Number two is tenant retention. And this is from a financial place. So the better you run your building, the more efficient you run your building, you've got a better chance of attracting and keeping the tenant. So if you look at what our world is looking like now, where is the new office going to be right? So you need to make sure that your space is as good or is better than any other of your competitors. And one of the ways of doing that is to for sure, making your operating costs lower- decreasing your energy. So in our portfolio, in most portfolios, it's probably 25% of your operating costs. It's quite chunky. So you got a 30,000 square foot building, and it's 25% of your costs. It's a lot of money. So if you can shave a point or in our case, 20 points, it, you know, that client can actually push that money to someplace else. So it's a very, very good thing. Likewise, if you're running your buildings very, very well, people want to be there. And the productivity again, is up and thus they make their more money as well.   Rebecca Schwartz  19:44 So what about your building? What are some of the advanced building technologies that you've implemented in your properties? And how did you get buy in from decision makers?   Terry Young  19:53 So we've we've probably played with a lot. Data analytics, we've done with artificial intelligence, a lot of IoT devices we played with, you know, data points, it comes back down to how can we run a better building? It's best practice. And we're very much trying to be leaders, we're trying to be industry leaders, not just in Ottawa, but in the world, on how better you can run a piece of real estate. So we've tried pretty well, if it's out there, and we could afford it, we've played with it. What the problem is, it's very easy to implement new technology in to new real estate. Anybody can do that. What's difficult is when you have an aging piece of real estate be it 30 years old, in our world that aging, by the way. How do you implement and how do you overlay with the backbone and the front end of a new piece of technology? It's very costly, and very impacting of the actual building and its tenants, as well. So this is what we've done, we've actually started taking four a year, for instance, so we've actually digitized four per year. If there's seven years, and we had seven floors, that sometimes happens when the building can't necessarily afford it. So you know, we've probably tried everything that's out there are pretty close to in our in our repertoire, and some of the cool stuff. And I'll get back to the analytics. I mean, you know, we have one of our facilities a few years ago did the AI to take over. And the certain department would go for pints on a Thursday, and that whole department would shut down, the lighting would shut down the building, HVAC, the air conditioning would shut down. So the bosses would walk by and wonder what's going on with the building had taken over knowing that there's a repetition. So every Thursday, if they went for pints with the boys, the building would actually understand that and decrease the lighting areas and decreased energy. So it's very, very cool technology. Not necessarily for the guys, but it's, yeah, so there's I mean, lots of huge energy savings as well. So, lots of cool stuff.   Rebecca Schwartz  22:01 In terms of ability to implement these solutions. Is there enough of a skilled workforce ready and available? What's your experience been like on the operational side?   Terry Young  22:11 Yeah, so quick answer is no. We're really, that's a struggle just like it. It's a trade, it's a skill, it's a skill, you have to be half an IT guy, you have to be half an HVAC mechanic, you have to be part electrician. So they're not, you know, we have one, two on staff maybe, and they're about 10 years older than I am. So they're not going to be here forever. So and we're not being able to back stop that very well. Our universities and colleges certainly are putting out good tradespeople. But this is a very unique kind of niche market. So people usually get into this by mistake. And so it's very rare. So that being said is there are some really cool companies out there that we work with, you know, and I'll shout out to Modern Niagara are very, very, they're a contractor they work for, they have a team dedicated to this stuff specifically, which is awesome for us. So we just call when we have an issue, we don't have to need in house expertise. So some contractors are leading the edge in that space. So we don't necessarily need an expert on staff, we can call somebody.   Dan Seguin  23:24 Now, Terry, what piece of advice will you give to large commercial property owners, and those in large industries about their emission reduction target dates for, let's say, 2030, even 2040 and 2050?   Terry Young  23:39 So I'm not sure I'm the guy to give advice on this stuff. There's certainly companies and people out there, you know, a lot further along in their journey than we are but you know, you have to have a plan. And, you know, I was at a conference on Thursday of last week and a really smart guy. He was telling me a story about a blog he read, he said, if you're not at the table today in carbon reduction strategy, tomorrow, you will be on the menu. Okay, put that on a bumper sticker, because I did. But that's very, very intuitive and smart. So again, if you're not at the table today, when it comes to carbon, and energy reductions, you will be on the menu tomorrow. Get and know what you're burning. Know what carbon where you stand and where you want to go. It's going to be so expensive to do business tomorrow and the next day, you know, carbon price is going to be, you know, most of our buildings and this is the other issue. And I won't get into too deep but we got lots of government agencies here and bless their heart and I love them all. They're sucking and blowing. Right? So we have one side- we have the people given us a rebate to take electricity out and put gas units in that same year. I'm getting double the bill for burning gas and they want me to turn back to electricity. This is the same bunch of guys. Nobody's seeing from the same song book. So it's like, what do you do? These, also, these programs, when you put in an HVAC unit, it's good for 20 years. So you can't you can't just tomorrow turn around and spend 300 grand to change an HVAC unit, it doesn't work that way, right? So now we have to bear that carbon pricing, or whatever that is for a long, long time. So the government needs to really get on the same page, both provincially, federally and municipality wise locally, to really- let's actually get a plan together. And although you know, Mr. Trudeau may be quite aggressive to what he's trying to do, it's going to be very detrimental to business too, as well. And this is where we don't know the net effect. We in Ontario has the highest energy prices in North America per capita, there's no other place to have more. The cost of electricity here is more than anywhere in North America. So we have to compete for talent we have to compete for, for anybody- clients, operating costs, manufacturing facilities, etc, etc. When they look at Ontario, we're not as aggressive in that area. Now, are there other ways of doing it? Absolutely. You know, I think we really are doing our part. And I think we're batting well above our weight class, when it comes to carbon emissions, because we only, you know, we're this much in the in the world of what, you know, we impact. So I think we're way, way above our weight class, for sure.   Rebecca Schwartz  26:30 Ultimately, what do you hope these emission targets will achieve for companies and municipalities? Will they be required to innovate and plan for a sustainable future? And control costs?   Terry Young  26:41 Yeah, the world? The answer is yes, they, you know, these carbon targets, good, bad or ugly- we will have to bring those into our business model. They're going to be very expensive. So somewhere the cost has to sort of balance itself, right? And at the end of the day, it's my son and my son's son, you know, it's my grandkids that we're trying to help out here. And, you know, we've not necessarily done an okay job. I think there's many, many companies, and you know, it wasn't something that anybody thought of 30 years ago. My dad's generation, it wasn't, it wasn't there. It was, you know, it's climate change is no such thing kind of deal, right? And but it really is. It's real, the data is real, science is real. And we don't nip this and control it or try to mitigate it, we're going to be in a lot more trouble than we are. And again, it comes back down to that corporate champion that I was talking about earlier. We really need some corporate champions at the C suites to make this something important. Balancing finance, balancing cost. This is where the government comes in, you know, you can't put all of this on the backs of industry, it's going to be impossible. Industry will fail. It's financially not doable in some circumstances. So there's going to have to be a give and take; there's gonna have to be relationship, there's going to have to be "how can we get there together"? And it's going to be, it's not going to be easy, it really is not going to be easy.   Dan Seguin  28:19 Now, let's fast forward to post pandemic. What is your prediction for commercial real estate? Will people return to their office towers like before? Or has there been a shift? What's your prediction?   Terry Young  28:36 I think- I think there will be a back to the office thing. I don't know what it's going to look like, I'll actually I'll even I'll even put five bucks on it. That's how confident I am. It's the right thing for a human being to be, okay? There's a number of studies and again, you know, I'm quite well read up on this research and development of patents, for instance, patents are down a decrease. There's a reason for that, you know, when a human gets involved with another human, there's magic, there's chemistry, when you're down in your basement, that doesn't happen. It needs to be closed quarters, you know, and I give the analogy, if you play golf, when you actually golf with a person who's a lot better than you, you may be, say a 15 handicap and you're, you're playing with sixes, your game instantly goes up. So everybody's game just goes a little bit sharper, a little bit faster. That's where the magic happens. You know, and there's a term that they pegged, I think is social malnutrition, where people need or lack the social interaction. And we're social creatures, right? And I'll tell you the water cooler banter that you know that whole social going hockey every Thursday night with the boys, that is magic. And that's what happens. You know, if you look at a de-stress, and you look at the, you know, the emotional intelligence and understanding how your office is working and stuff, you know, in the past how you would deescalate really hard week, if you're not in the office, and you can't have these normal rules or normal things that you do, the stress seems to build, you know, and that's where that's where, you know, that's what scares me the most, I think, when it comes to tomorrow, and the next day, so I really think people will be back in the office, I think there might be a hybrid model, but I think it's going to be the exception, not the rule. So I think you're going to have, you know, two days, three days in out, whatever. And, you know, if you need a day or two to get your paperwork done, and get out of and get a bunch of work done, absolutely. But you're going to come back to the office, and you will want that. And I think companies and you know will require that as well, because that's where the productivity and that's where magic happens.   Rebecca Schwartz  31:00 All right. You mentioned that feeling of stress. Can you elaborate a little bit on what keeps you up at night? And what makes you nervous?   Terry Young  31:09 So, I mean, I sleep like a baby. So I don't- I'm not a big stressful fella. But I think if I were to say one thing is knowing, you know, the pressures that are on our people and the stresses, I mean, the mental health tally and toll this has taken is going to be a generation to really comprehend. And that, you know, if I would look at one thing, that's probably the biggest thing that I worry about, I suppose when it comes to, you know, this whole post pandemic thing, it's a toll. It's a toll on a lot a lot of people and I only wish that that wasn't the case. But and you can feel it in your workplace. It's not it's not a good thing.   Rebecca Schwartz  31:59 And what about things like cybersecurity? Has that been a top priority for the commercial real estate industry?   Terry Young  32:04 Oh, yeah. I mean, that's a big, big question for sure. And the answer is yes. Yes. And more. Yes. You know, because the more you know, we talked about smart buildings, we talked about IP, we talked about protocols and all of this smart technology, it speaks a language that language is on the internet. Likewise, when I said that describe what a smart building is, it's centrally controlled. How do you centrally control? It is centrally controlled by the on the internet, there's bad people, bad guys on the internet. So you know, most hits that have happened in modern day has either come usually comes from a building automation system back door somewhere. So we very much share on that space. There's a couple of really cool technologies out there local by the way, that that sort of they call it covalence is the type of cybersecurity and it understands the language and the pathways in which this data travels; very much analytical base as well and AI, and its local, local guy, local firm, really, really smart bunch of guys. And so they actually can take your building automation systems, and sort of give a level of protection that normally you wouldn't have. So we've created a bit of a lock and key process on how you enter and exit some of these networks and, yeah, so it's very, very top of mind. And it's every year. It's not when- it's not if it's when.   Dan Seguin  33:39 Okay, Terry, I know this isn't your first podcast rodeo. So, as a result, we came up with some new rapid fire questions. I hope you are ready, sir.   Terry Young  33:51 Not really,   Dan Seguin  33:52 Terry. What are you reading right now?   Terry Young  33:55 So this is funny. This is funny because it doesn't, I'm not a big reader, but I'm actually reading 21 Things That You May Not Know About the Indian Act. Funny enough, my son who's an avid reader on this the really good piece of literature and disturbing by the way it's a pretty good read. I'm about halfway through it's not it's not good. But anyway, it's good and bad. Whatever.   Dan Seguin  34:02 Now I'm looking forward to this answer. What would you name your boat if you had one? Do you have one?   Terry Young  34:28 "She'll do for now". Yeah, no, I'm a big boat person, buddy. I'm always able to boat and everybody's got to put a date; every year you need extra, so to speak, so it's so my dad came up with this many years ago. Well she'll do for now, boy and I'm from Newfoundland- so she'll do for now meaning that it's okay till I get my new one because the boat is like it's like it's not good because you got to 16 footer, you need 18. You got an 18, you need a 20. So yeah, she'll do for now.   Dan Seguin  35:03 Who is someone that you admire?   Terry Young  35:07 I just said him, my dad, he's a really, really good guy. Retired when he was 62 and went back to school and became a paramedic. And now, yeah, and now he's 74 and still active. Just one of those guys. He just loves life. And he, you know, I've never he's just the best human being that I know.   Dan Seguin  35:28 Now, what is the closest thing to real magic that you've witnessed?   Terry Young  35:33 Yeah, I, I'm not a big magic fan. I'm not sure. I thought about this one. I really don't know.   Dan Seguin  35:42 What has been the biggest challenge to you personally, since the pandemic?   Terry Young  35:47 So two things came to mind when this question came up, is, for me, the challenge isn't, I live in a cabin, by the way, and up on the water. And so this pandemic thing, I'm out in the bush, I'm an outdoorsy guy. So this pandemic, it meant nothing to me, like when it came to light, I was very fortunate to work for an amazing company, we didn't have to lay anybody off. So we're able to work from home. And yeah, so my world, it started off in the bush anyway. So I didn't, I'm not a big in the city person. So, you know, that didn't affect me, but come back to the mental health of our folks, you know that- the relationship stresses that I see the, you know, how can we, as a team make our company better? So if you look at the challenge here is this cause the big problem? And now how can we make it better? How can we create plans? How can we put in place you know, in our company, we're developing a very, a wellness strategy, it's called Care Plan Meets. And it's based on this new world. So we had, what I consider, a pretty good plan before, now we're making it better. And because of the new changing circumstances, you know, everybody, you know, their benefits are here, the company has been like this for 35 years, it's all the same, well, the world has changed. And the view as a company, or as the leader that runs a company, if you don't understand that what you had yesterday is not good for today, you're going to lose people you're going to there's going to be a shift. And you're not only going to lose people to other companies, you're gonna lose people to other issues. So we're really trying aggressively to put a plan in place, but that doesn't happen.   Dan Seguin  37:33 Okay, we've all been watching a lot of Netflix and TV lately. What's your favorite movie? Or show?   Terry Young  37:41 So, my- I don't know what this says about me. But my favorite movies Talladega Nights, Will Ferrell. That movie ever boy best movie ever. Shake and Bake. Yeah.   Dan Seguin  37:53 And lastly, Terry, what is exciting you about your industry right now?   Terry Young  37:59 So, I think, it's a great question. The industry, what's exciting me is this new generation of people we got coming up. And it's, and I'm talking about my son's generation, he's 25. Actually he's 23 going on 24. He just got his first job. And he started to look at where he wanted to work, not where, what, who would accept him. But so he started looking at what is the company's culture, what is the company's sustainability practices, etc, etc. Now, he has a degree in International Business. He speaks three languages- this kid is, I mean, I'm partial too but we also have here, three or four of those young people who are articulate, they're extremely smart, they have a work ethic, they have balance, everything that I, you know, there's things that I sort of, if I wish I could have had back then. So I think there's a generation of young people that are brilliant. And that's what really, I see as exciting. You know, we were at a conference with Tony, last week, we had two young, younger staff members there. And, and I was proud to sit in the middle of them, that, you know, just they got up and they they walk the room, they can work the room. And they're passionate about sustainability. They're passionate about business. And then they also have this balance that we may as my generation, we may have went a little bit further on the one side, so they don't have that balance problem. So they know what's important and their families, they know how to do a good job. And you know, you hear them all the, you know, generations coming up. It's not it's not good. You've heard all these old timers and stuff. That's, that's true for every generation. There are bad apples everywhere. But I'll tell you, these young people that we got coming up, there's there's there's a really good vibe out there. And I'm really excited to see what they're going to do what the world is going to be looked like. So we look at and we can sum up here with the carbon sustainability and stuff, it's going to take that generation, that that's important to them. So when my son or your son gets at that C suite level, he's going to be his wallets already full. He knows exactly what and how he's going to run that company to make sure that for his kids sustainability and carbon and all of this stuff, that's the only saving grace, they're going to be able to reverse some of the damage that we've done, because that's how they operate. So that's what makes me excited about the industry. You know, the technology is, is great. And I mean, we can play with that, but, and it comes down to good people running the technology without the good people, that technology is relatively useless to a point, right? So that's what I'm excited about.   Rebecca Schwartz  40:46 Well, Terry, this is it. We've reached the end of another episode of the thinkenergy podcast. If our listeners want to learn more about you and your organization, how can they connect?   Terry Young  40:56 So krpproperties.com. For sure, reach out and there's a there's an info page, and there's a connect page slot there on the website. Yeah, it's pretty, pretty simple stuff.   Dan Seguin  41:08 Again, my friend, thank you so much for joining us today. I hope you had a lot of fun.   Terry Young  41:12 Hey, I did. Thank you very much, guys. Appreciate it. Did you know buildings as a whole make up for 40% of global energy consumption? When you consider the majority of commercial buildings are more than 30 years old, it's clear energy-efficient retrofits and upgrades are needed to help bring these buildings into the 21st century. Terry Young, Vice President of Operations at KRP Properties, joins this episode of thinkenergy to talk about the planning needed to future-proof commercial buildings to help reach net zero targets and reduce their carbon footprint.   Related links https://www.linkedin.com/in/terry-young-69652325/ https://krpproperties.com/about/the-team/   --- To subscribe using Apple Podcasts To subscribe using Spotify To subscribe on Libsyn --- Subscribe so you don't miss a video: YouTube Check out our cool pics on Instagram More to learn on Facebook Transcript: Dan Seguin  41:15 Thanks for tuning in to another episode of the thinkenergy podcast. And don't forget to subscribe and leave us a review wherever you're listening. And to find out more about today's guests or previous episodes, visit thinkenergypodcast.com. I hope you'll join us again next time as we spark even more conversations about the energy of tomorrow.

Foodie Chap
Liam's List: Bake for Ukraine, Paul McCartney & Mother's Day

Foodie Chap

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 3:06


KCBS Radio's Foodie Chap, Liam Mayclem, has everything you need to know for an amazing Mother's Day weekend.

The Schrift - Ancient Teachings for Modern Times
Life Tip #30 - Bake your own Bread - Ezekiel 20

The Schrift - Ancient Teachings for Modern Times

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 16:12


The answer is not always "yes we can." Sometimes, it's "no, we can't." But we should rarely answer "no" automatically. Take at least one breath before saying "no" to an idea. When Theodor Herzl suggested the Jews of Europe could handle having their own country, many people answered "No" without a second thought.

KGUP PRESENTS
It's not a Ball! Flatsmackin with Flat Man X Ep 43

KGUP PRESENTS

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 92:02


Thank you for listening to #KGUPPRESENTS episode 43, "It's not a Ball! Flatsmackin with Flat Man X" Today, we have an exciting episode as we have an amazing content creator and fellow true earther. He has his own channel called #FEU or Flat E arth University where he does a lot of interviews with some of the most influential people in the #TrueEarth community. #FlatManX is also a regular guest on #TheMellowdome on a segment called "Awake & Bake" where they talk about all sorts of stuff. Follow Flat Man X at: Flat E arth University https://www.youtube.com/user/cezsnd/videos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/flat_man_x/ KGUP PRESENTS links: YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/KGUPFMEmergeRadio Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/KGUPPRESENTS Odysee: https://odysee.com/@KGUPPRESENTS:f Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/y3Gzf99Pe4Bv/ Telegram: https://telegram.org/kgup_presents Official website: http://www.kgup1065.com IG: https://www.instagram.com/kgupfm/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/KGUPFM Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KGUPFM Podcast: https://anchor.fm/kgup-presents "It's not a ball" voice over by R E L Truthseeker Intro music: " The E arth is Flat" by Edward Rowley Outro music: "Why Would They Lie?" by Witsit gets it, ChocolateSayian, & Kimo --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kgup-presents/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kgup-presents/support

The Zach Gelb Show
Shake & Bake (Hour 3)

The Zach Gelb Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 40:51


Right move by the Seahawks not taking a QB? l Panthers making a push to trade for Baker Mayfield? l How come no NFL team has drafted a quarterback so far in Round 2?

Saturday Morning with Jack Tame
Nici Wickes: Gently spiced quince cake

Saturday Morning with Jack Tame

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 4:55


Quince season is upon us and this recipe offers something different from the usual quince paste. This beautifully fragrant cake is great for dessert or with a cuppa.Quince1.5L water 150g caster sugar 3 medium quinces 1 lemonCake 125g butter200g honey 125g dark muscovado sugar (can use brown sugar) 2 medium eggs 1 cup poaching syrup from the fruit250g self-raising flour 1 tsp ground cinnamon 1 tsp ground ginger 1 tsp baking soda1. Peel the quince and halve them. Place in a pot with water, lemon juice and sugar and simmer for one hour or until soft. With a sharp knife or spoon, remove the core when they're cool enough to handle. Slice each quince into 4 slices.2. Pre-heat your oven at 180 C. Grease and line a 23cm cake tin. Arrange the quince slices at the bottom in a single layer.3. Melt butter and stir it into the muscovado sugar and honey in a mixing bowl. Whisk the eggs with 1 cup of the poaching liquid and pour these into the bowl and stir to combine. Add the dry ingredients and mix to a smooth batter. It will be a slightly runny batter but fear not! Pour over the quinces in the tin.4. Bake the cake for around 40-45 minutes.5. Serve warm with custard and cream or ice cream.LISTEN ABOVE

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No Clear Direction with Bill Gladwell
The Let's Bake a Cake Episode

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Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 7:51


Just like you use a recipe for baking a cake, you unconsciously use recipes for everything you do. These recipes are called strategies. I'll talk about that. The audio may sound slightly different for this episode because it's pulled from the audio-book version of my book “In The House of Ideas.” Please forward this to everyone you know (assuming you like what you hear). Then jump over to my website and take a look. I would really appreciate it. Subscribe to Tranced-Out Tuesday: Tranced-Out Tuesday, the newsletter that gives you tips, techniques, and real-life advice to help you build your communication skills, expand your comfort zone, and make you a better human being. — hypnosisforhumans.com/subscribe Visit HypnosisForHumans.com for more information. Email me with your questions and comments at Bill@HypnosisForHumans.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/billgladwell/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/billgladwell/support

Nick and Reader
More Mornings: Siri Tries To Spell Town Names

Nick and Reader

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 19:07


Avery & Reader ask Siri to spell out town names, are wondering where you're going camping this year, play some Shake & Bake, and have their own super hero draft!

The Dave Ryan Show
It's Five O Clock Somewhere

The Dave Ryan Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 129:58


Happy Weekend Eve! Drake did his Wake & Bake this morning, Got a BUNCH of qualifiers for Wango Tango, Touchy Subject - Wedding Planners, War of the Roses, Dave brought his dog Josie in!, Song Game, What isn't a cult but seems like one?, & More!

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It's Five O Clock Somewhere

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Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 129:58


Happy Weekend Eve! Drake did his Wake & Bake this morning, Got a BUNCH of qualifiers for Wango Tango, Touchy Subject - Wedding Planners, War of the Roses, Dave brought his dog Josie in!, Song Game, What isn't a cult but seems like one?, & More!

JD Talkin Sports
JD TALKIN SPORTS #1010

JD Talkin Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 58:51


Love that #peytonmanning is starting a #demaryiusthomas scholarship at #georgiatech where he will help future students achieve their dreams.  @mets and @cardinals had a brawl today.  18 Mets batters have been HBP this season.  Lost today but took 2 of 3 from Cards. @yankees won last night and #anthonyrizzo had his first career three #homerun game.  And #aaronjudge hit one too on his 30th birthday.  #jamorant told himself “go get a bucket.”   He's the bus driver for the @memgrizz thats for sure.  #austonmatthews 60 goals first time ever in @mapleleafs franchise history.  @ufc fans are you psyched for a potential fight between #jonjones and #stipemiocic in September.  Better late than never.

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Father of the Year, Chicken Bake Disaster, and Marrying Cartoon.

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Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 62:09


The Don reflects on his daughter's first slumber party, goes into detail about the horror of chicken bakes, and thinks of what cartoon character he would he marry.  As always, he's trying to make things better for humanity.  

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Podcast Episode 39: A Crash Course in Baking

The Vernacular Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 20:05


I think I say “tasty treats” about twelve thousand times in this podcast, but you'll just have to cut me some slack because I was talking about baking and I just couldn't help myself! The best part of baking is eating what you made. So even if you don't think of yourself as a baker, I hope to perhaps inspire you to get out the mixing bowls and trying whipping something up. In this episode, you'll hear: A brief history of Paige's love affair with baked goods Why getting started can be super easy with just a few tools and ingredients How to get my favorite starter recipes And so much more! For more info and show notes, go to FarmhouseVernacular.com/39.

The Washing Up
Great Australian Bake Off Series 5 - Executive Producer Alenka Henry

The Washing Up

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 68:44


Chris and Kristie return to talk to #BakeoffAU Executive Producer Alenka Henry. We discuss what it's like bringing the show back, with new production and a pandemic, her background in food television, and look back over what was a great season.

Mums With Hustle Podcast
MWH 327: Launch tips from membership and subscription owners

Mums With Hustle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 24:07


MWH 327: Launch tips from membership and subscription owners In this week's episode, you'll be hearing launch tips from membership and subscription owners! LISTEN NOW I have invited three of my Inner Circle Mastermind to share their reasons why they've started their membership and subscription. All three are in different seasons of life, levels of experience in business, and completely different business types. In this episode, you'll hear from: Jo Clark - transformation coach who empowers and supports women 40+ in age, to rediscover their purpose, health and passion for life. Jo's monthly membership, Better Than Before, is designed to support and empower women on their health and wellness journey. She also has a 10-week online group coaching programme that teaches women how to reset their mindset and old patterns of thinking by using successful brain training methods and tools. Rosie Gaul - Subscription box boss of Inspire. Bake. Create and mum-time advocate. This cake-making mama is a business owner, teacher and creator of all things sweet since 2013. With a new-found love of teaching, Rosie is helping mums everywhere make time for themselves, and have the right skills and equipment to make cool cakes for their family confidently and with ease. Vanya Insull - Kiwi food blogger and content creator at VJ cooks where she shares her delicious recipes. Vanya has a membership called Cooking with VJ where she creates monthly recipe ebooks to give her members inspiration and confidence in the kitchen. The membership has grown to over 1000 members and become a fun and engaged community. These women in business will walk you through how they are creating maximum impact with their audience, what their deliverables look like, and their very unique types of membership. (Find out more membership types from Stu McLaren himself! Listen to this episode here.) They will also share how their membership and subscription has really changed them and empowered them in business and in life. Girlfriend, I encourage to stay open with the idea of recurring revenue. So make sure to listen to this one as it may spark ideas for you! Also, check out Stu McLaren's The Membership Experience, go to tracyharris.co/membershipexperience. Until next week, stay happy in your hustle. CONNECT WITH JO Website: www.joclarkcoaching.comInstagram: @joclarkcoachingFacebook: facebook.com/groups/womenswellnesscollective1Pinterest: @joclarkcoaching CONNECT WITH ROSIE Website: www.rosiecakes.com.auInstagram: @rosiecakescanberra CONNECT WITH VANYA Website: www.vjcooks.comInstagram: @vj_cooksFacebook: facebook.com/vjcooks CONNECT WITH ME Web: www.tracyharris.coFacebook: @mumswithhustleInstagram: @mumswithhustleTwitter: @MumsWithHustleMums With Hustle® Podcast Community By Tracy Harris: @mumswithhustle LOVE THE MUMS WITH HUSTLE PODCAST? Okay, mama! I'm going to give it to you straight, 'cause you know that's what I'm about. Podcast reviews are super important to iTunes and the more reviews we receive the more likely iTunes will reward us with better reach. I want to reach more hustling mamas that can add extreme value to our kick-ass tribe. Help a sister, out? I already love you forever, but I'd be extremely grateful if you would review me on iTunes! If you've loved this podcast, never miss another one! All you have to do is SUBSCRIBE to the Mums With Hustle Podcast on iTunes.

Crossroads Church
Bake Me A Cake

Crossroads Church

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 42:29


The Rush Hour Melbourne Catch Up - 105.1 Triple M Melbourne - James Brayshaw and Billy Brownless
Idiot File, ANZAC Day preview, Brandon Smith - The Rush Hour Sunday Session - Sunday 24th April 2022

The Rush Hour Melbourne Catch Up - 105.1 Triple M Melbourne - James Brayshaw and Billy Brownless

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 41:32


Essendon's Jake Kelly, camping arguments, Collingwood's Jack Crisp, Billy's Bake, Melbourne Storm's Brandon Smith, Hump Day Quiz, Michael Zerafa, Idiot File, Billy's Joke See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

What's Sizzling?
First Bake 2022 NFL Mock Draft 1.0

What's Sizzling?

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2022 100:06


It's the most wonderful time of the year! The NFL Draft is around the corner and our Draft Experts Tim Jennings and Erik Hammer are back to provide us with in depth discussion into the first round of the 2022 NFL Draft. Who does Trent Baalke decide to mistakingly choose as the first overall pick? Who gets the embarassment of riches that fall after Trent's guaranteed mistake? How many will Tim and Erik choose to top their last years mock(13 and 12 correct picks for both). How many names does Nick butcher? Find out all that and more in this tremendous look into our favorite pasttime, the NFL DRAFT. 

The Clay Edwards Show
SHAKE & BAKE (Ep #249) 04/21/22

The Clay Edwards Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 40:25


Ep #249 Of The Clay Edwards Show 1. More face masks nonsense as I ventured out to Wal-Mart yesterday 2. I'm heading to my first Nascar race this weekend at Talladega, so I'll be shake'n & Bake'n all weekend long 3. We discuss the new Tennessee drunk driving law that will force anyone who kills someone else while driving under the influence to pay child support if they have a minor child. It sounds great on paper but I dont see it working in real life application. 4. I'm still not standing for Ukraine as we continue to punish Russian citizens and athletes for what Putin is doing, meanwhile we arent punishing the citizens of any other country that's ruled by a dictator (I.E. CHINA) Check Out The All New Www.ClayEdwardsShow.Com For All Things Clay Edwards Show Related like buying shirts, watching videos, downloading the podcast Follow Clay On Twitter, Instagram And Youtube @SaveJXN  The Clay Edwards Show Is Brought To You By: Generator Power Solutions LLC  / Lakeland Glass And Tint / Watkins Construction And Roofing / Jonesy Q BBQ Co. / Auto Armour Of Flowood / Kimberlee Haralson At Next Home Realty / Mississippi Karters Association & Drive Your Line Performance Karting / Take A Break Deliveries

Play Me A Recipe
Remember When Amanda Hesser Made Peach Tart?

Play Me A Recipe

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 18:19


On Play Me a Recipe, your favorite cooks will walk you through their most treasured recipes, offering all the insider tips, stories, and tricks you won't get from a written recipe—and you'll be right alongside them, every step of the way. Feel free to pause, jump back, or navigate the steps via the podcast chapters.Peach Tart1 1/2 cups plus 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour3/4 teaspoon kosher salt3/4 cup plus 1 teaspoon sugar1/4 cup vegetable or canola oil1/4 cup mild olive oil2 tablespoons whole milk1/2 teaspoon almond extract2 tablespoons cold, unsalted butter3 small ripe peaches (up to 5), pitted and thickly sliced (about 1/2-inch wide)Heat the oven to 425 degrees. In a mixing bowl, stir together 1 1/2 cups flour, 1/2 teaspoon salt and 1 teaspoon sugar. Stirring enables the salt and sugar to sift the flour, so you don't need to sift it in advance. In a small bowl, whisk together the oils, milk and almond extract. Pour this mixture into the flour mixture and mix gently with a fork, just enough to dampen; do not over work it. Then, transfer the dough to an 11-inch tart pan (you can use a smaller one if needed), and use your hands to pat out the dough so it covers the bottom of the pan, pushing it up the sides to meet the edge. This will work if you pat firmly and confidently, but not if you curl your fingertips into the dough. It should be about 1/ 8-inch thick all around; trim and discard excess dough.In a bowl, combine 3/4 cup sugar, 2 tablespoons flour, 1/4 teaspoon salt and the butter. (If your peaches are especially juicy, add 1 tablespoon additional flour.) Using your fingers, pinch the butter into the dry ingredients until crumbly, with a mixture of fine granules and tiny pebbles.Starting on the outside, arrange the peaches overlapping in a concentric circle over the pastry; fill in the center in whatever pattern makes sense. The peaches should fit snugly. Sprinkle the pebbly butter mixture over top (it will seem like a lot). Bake for 35 to 45 minutes, until shiny, thick bubbles begin enveloping the fruit and the crust is slightly brown. Cool on a rack. Serve warm or room temperature, preferably with generous dollops of whipped cream.Have a recipe you'd like to hear us make? Email it to us at podcasts@food52.com.Lobby Time Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

Seasoned
Dorie Greenspan on Julia Child, recipe tinkering, and why everyone should bake

Seasoned

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 42:00


We talk with James Beard Award-winning cookbook author Dorie Greenspan about the influence of her friend, Julia Child; how she tinkers with recipes during development; and that feeling home cooks get when they bake something from scratch. Plus, Dorie shares the backstory for her beloved World Peace Cookies, along with the updated version she created for her latest book, Baking with Dorie.  GUEST: Dorie Greenspan: Five-time James Beard Award-winning cookbook author. Formerly a columnist for the New York Times, Dorie writes the xoxo Dorie newsletter, and she's the author of fourteen cookbooks. Her latest is Baking with Dorie: Sweet, Salty & Simple. FEATURED RECIPES: World Peace Cookies 2.0 Iced Honey-Apple Scones with Spelt This show was produced by Robyn Doyon-Aitken, Catie Talarski, and Emily Charash. Our interns are Sara Gasparotto and Michayla Savitt. Seasoned is available as a podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe and never miss an episode! Our programming is made possible thanks to listeners like you. Please consider supporting this show and Connecticut Public with a donation today by visitingctpublic.org/donate.  Support the show: https://www.wnpr.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Don't Shoot The Messenger
Ep 214 - I'm So Not Whooped

Don't Shoot The Messenger

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 65:23


Join Caroline Wilson and Corrie Perkin for Ep 214 - I'm So Not WhoopedPRE MOTHER'S DAY LIVE EVENT – TICKETS ON SALE NOWThanks to Red Energy you're invited to join us for our first live podcast eventWHEN: Thursday 5th of MayWHERE: Bell's Hotel, 157 Moray Street South MelbourneTIME: 5.30pm – 7.30pmCOST: $60 (includes light refreshments and drink on arrival)Proceeds from this event will assist the Breast Cancer Network of AustraliaBOOKING: https://ballparkentertainment.com.au/tickets/dstm-mothers-day-liveThis week on the show we reflect on two very different Easter experiences for Caro and Corrie. Corrie confined by COVID and Caro busy with a huge round of football.As the federal election campaign kicks up a gear there's a notable lack of ‘whoop factor' from both leaders – where to next for both parties?Plus we talk about Greg Norman's decision to head up a Saudi-funded rival golf league. With exorbitant wages and prize money on offer but allegations of atrocities against the Saudi's being revealed regularly – will Greg Norman's reputation end up in tatters if he pushes ahead?In the Cocktail Cabinet for Prince Wine Store we discuss;Gunderloch Fritz Riesling 2020Sons of Eden 'Freya' Eden Valley Riesling 2021Mount Langi Ghiran Cliff Edge ShirazClonakilla Hilltops Shiraz 2021Use the promo code MESS at checkout online to receive a listener discount. Prince Wine Store – bringing wine enthusiasts the greatest wine in the world. Visit Prince Wine Store.com.au.In BSF;Clock Dance by Anne Tyler (as well as Digging for America)Season 2 of Bridgerton on NetflixPineapple Upside Down Cake (see recipe HERE or below).This week Corrie's grumpy about the logistics of reporting your positive COVID case (and the missing chocolate bunny) plus in 6 Quick Questions we touch on umpiring in the AFL, the significance of ANZAC Day and another amazing fact. Listen out for the bonus episode of Dear Caro and Corrie and send us your question to feedback@dontshootpod.com.auTo receive our weekly email which includes recipes SIGN UP HERE.For videos and pics make sure you follow us on Instagram, Facebook or TwitterEmail the show via feedback@dontshootpod.com.au.Don't Shoot the Messenger is produced by Corrie Perkin, Caroline Wilson and produced, engineered and edited by Jane Nield for Sports Entertainment Network.Pineapple and Ginger Upside-Down CakeGet the recipe HERE. 8-10 servingsIngredientsTOPPING 2 tablespoons (25g) butter⅓ cup (80g) brown sugar½ pineapple—peeled, cored, sliced and cut into piecesCAKE BATTER2 sticks (225g) soft butter, plus extra for greasing1 cup (200g) superfine sugar (see note after step 5)4 large eggs, separated1½ tablespoons (20g) grated fresh ginger1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract1¾ cups (220g) all-purpose flour½ teaspoon salt2¼ teaspoons baking powder½ teaspoon baking soda½ cup plus 1 tablespoon (100ml) whole milkIce cream, to serve1. Grease an 8¾-inch to 10-inch round cake pan with softened butter and line with parchment paper.2. MAKE THE TOPPING: In a small saucepan, melt the butter and brown sugar until the sugar crystals have melted and the mixture is bubbling. Simmer for 1 minute, then pour into the prepared pan. Arrange the pineapple pieces on top of the caramel in any pattern you like. Try to cover as much surface area as possible so you can have a lot of fruit in each slice. Preheat the oven to 350°F.3. MAKE THE BATTER: In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment, cream together the butter and sugar until light and fluffy, about 5 minutes, then add the egg yolks, ginger and vanilla and mix until well incorporated. In a separate, clean bowl, whip the egg whites (either by hand or with a handheld mixer) until soft peaks form. Set aside.4. In a medium bowl, add the flour, salt, baking powder and baking soda, and whisk well to combine. Add half the dry ingredients to the butter and gently mix, then, with the machine still running, add all the milk and mix. Carefully add the remaining dry ingredients and finish mixing by hand with a spatula. Fold in the whipped egg whites. Pour the batter on top of the pineapple in the pan and spread it out evenly. Gently tap the pan on your work surface to ensure the cake batter has dropped into place.5. Bake until a skewer inserted in the middle of the cake comes out clean, 1 hour to 1 hour 15 minutes. Cool slightly before flipping the cake out. To flip it over, place a flat plate or cake tray on top of the pan, then, holding the plate in place with your hand, flip the cake over quickly and carefully. Once flipped, remove the pan and peel back the parchment paper. Serve warm or at room temperature.NOTE: Superfine sugar, also known as caster sugar, is just sugar that has been ground into finer crystals than granulated sugar. (This makes it lighter in weight and quicker to dissolve.) If you can't find it at the store, you can make your own: For 1 cup superfine sugar, grind 1 cup and 2 teaspoons granulated sugar in a blender or food processor for 30 seconds.

BuckleBomb Entertainment
Ring Around the Jabroni 4/19/22

BuckleBomb Entertainment

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 46:48


Join us on the hottest wrestling debate show online continues. Ring Around the Jabroni tackles topics like the newest podcast coming, WWE name changes, Impact ratings and more. Tonight's guests: --Scwartzy of Flophouse Wrestling. Check out the upcoming event Hy Times. Also, his daily morning show Wake and Bake. Find him here: https://www.facebook.com/schwartzymmhmm --Anthony Blackwell Jr. of Tornado Tag Podcast and many more check out his stuff here: https://www.facebook.com/TornadoTagPo... and here https://www.facebook.com/ABlackwellJr --Curtis Rich known as Ontario Gumby on Twitch and check out his new pocast Where is My Mind https://www.facebook.com/curtis.rich.315

The Dave Ryan Show
Boop Boop Beep Boop.. Fur Elise

The Dave Ryan Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 115:13


Drake Wake's you up With Drake's Wake & Bake this morning, What's On Your Radar?, Talkback Tuesday: What's Something That Came Off Your Body that you Kept?, Group Therapy, Drake Pumps your gas, Lyric Shuffle, Carson Story, Airbnb Price is Right, & More!

101.3 KDWB Clips
Boop Boop Beep Boop.. Fur Elise

101.3 KDWB Clips

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 115:13


Drake Wake's you up With Drake's Wake & Bake this morning, What's On Your Radar?, Talkback Tuesday: What's Something That Came Off Your Body that you Kept?, Group Therapy, Drake Pumps your gas, Lyric Shuffle, Carson Story, Airbnb Price is Right, & More!

Bleav in Middle Age Warriors
Bake...Rattle & Rolle With the Warriors

Bleav in Middle Age Warriors

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 34:21


This week the Middle Age Warriors sit down with a brilliant musician, a cookie maker, an entrepreneur, a philanthropist, a motivational speaker and more. Oh yes, this is only ONE guest. A beacon of positivity, Ralph Rolle! A master percussionist and entrepreneur has always marched to the beat of a different drum. He began playing professionally at the age of 18.  It is therefore no surprise that with more than three decades of professional experience within the music industry Ralph Rolle enjoys an illustrious career as a much sought-after drummer. Ralph's performance list includes artists such as:  Nile Rodgers and Chic, Toshi Kubota, Sting, Bette Midler, Bono, Elvis Costello, Vanessa Williams, Mary J. Blige, Biggie Smalls, Queen Latifah, Erykah Badu, D'Angelo, John Legend, India Arie, Roger Daltrey, Dolly Parton, Freddie Jackson, Joss Stone, and many more.

Strange Recon Podcast
Strange Recon - Wake & Bake 4/19/22

Strange Recon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 137:45


The Friendship Onion
The Tolkien Ensemble's Caspar Reiff (Part 2 of 2)

The Friendship Onion

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 58:03


In this second part, Caspar Reiff performs a funky Bach jam, cooks a Danish Dream cake for Eat the World, and joins Billy in performing their original track "Where It Began". Cake recipe below! Caspar Reiff founded The Tolkien Ensemble in 1995. It is a Danish ensemble that successfully aimed to create "the world's first complete musical interpretation of the poems and songs from The Lord of the Rings". They published four CDs from 1997 to 2005, in which all the poems and songs of The Lord of the Rings are set to music. Get your Friendship Onion merchandise at https://www.thefriendshiponionpodcast.com! Tune in every Tuesday for new episodes and please be sure to rate, subscribe, and leave a comment/review! And be sure to follow and add your favorite funky jams to our Spotify playlist "The Friendship Onion." Feel free to leave Billy and Dom a message with your comments, questions, or just to say hello! https://www.speakpipe.com/thefriendshiponion or write us an email at thefriendshiponion@kastmedia.com TFO's IG - @thefriendshiponion Billy's IG - @boydbilly Dom's IG - @dom_monaghan_  Produced by Jon Cvack - IG: @jcvack Start hiring RIGHT NOW with a $75 sponsored-job credit to upgrade your job post at indeed.com/ONION. Offer valid through April 30th. Go to magicspoon.com/ONION to grab a custom bundle of cereal! And be sure to use our promo code ONION at checkout to save five dollars off your order! Full-season plans start at just $129, and you can get 20% off at checkout when you visit getsunday.com/ONION Right now, Trade is offering new subscribers a total of $30 off your first order plus free shipping when you go to drinktrade.com/onion. That's more than 40 cups of coffee for free! Cake Recipe: 300 g sugar 4 middle-sized eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla sugar 280 g wheat flour 3 teaspoons baking powder 2-deciliter milk (2/10th of a liter) 70 grams butter (lightly salted) Topping: 130 grams butter 175 grams of coconut flakes 260 grams of brown sugar 1-deciliter milk (1/10th of a liter) Whip vanilla, sugar, and eggs. Take your time: the longer you whip it, the better ;) Mix baking powder with flour and gently turn it into the dough through a sieve so that the flour does not clump. Cut the butter into small cubes and heat it in a pan with milk. Don't let it boil. When the butter is melted, put it into the dough. The whole dough comes in an ovenproof dish lined with baking paper. I use an ovenproof dish of approx. 30 x 24 cm with a reasonably high edge, so there is room left for the filling. Bake the cake for 30 minutes in a preheated oven at 175 degrees celsius hot air until almost done. Topping: Put coconut flakes, butter, milk, and brown sugar in a pan, bring to a boil while stirring, and remove from the heat immediately. When the cake is done, take it out of the oven, which is screwed up to 225 celsius. Spread the filling over the cake and put it back in the oven - bake for another 6 minutes. Let the dream cake cool and then it is ready to be enjoyed Send us pics and vids of how your cake turned out! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show
7-8am- Roy Kent Likes To Bake & A Crypto Company is Leaving

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 37:45


Lizzo is catching everyone's attention by her assless chaps, the kid who tracks Elon Musk plane is worried he is going to buy Twitter, Machine Gun Kelly makes directorial debut with a stoner comedy ‘Good Mourning', Ted Lasso's Brett Goldstein gives important lesson about the F-Word on a Sesame Street episode, a crypto company based in San Francisco is leaving their building claiming the city is not safe, a woman in Australia is upset someone vandalized her elder parents car, and a girl on Tik Tok shows how her first date went with a guy who took her to Target!  

101.3 KDWB Clips
We're Getting You Free GASS

101.3 KDWB Clips

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 122:16


Drake's Wake & Bake wakes you up this morning with a new Lyric Shuffle, Talkback Tuesday, What artist has made a major impact on your life?, Group Therapy, What's On Your Radar?, They were the love of my life but one thing ruined it, Drake's Hot Takes, & More!

The Dave Ryan Show
We're Getting You Free GASS

The Dave Ryan Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 122:16


Drake's Wake & Bake wakes you up this morning with a new Lyric Shuffle, Talkback Tuesday, What artist has made a major impact on your life?, Group Therapy, What's On Your Radar?, They were the love of my life but one thing ruined it, Drake's Hot Takes, & More!

The Outdoors Show
OS 1213:

The Outdoors Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2022 138:21


Capt. Kevin just couldn't take it - Turkey Fever overwhelmed him, so he took off to do some OSR in Georgia with the hopes of bagging a bird. Capt. Kirk and Jeff took the helm and had a whole lot of fun while he was gone!Lots of great stuff to talk about in terms of both hunting and fishing, and of course, they both had lots of great stories, too.Here's your L.V. Hiers gear tip of the week: Homemade rod storage rack. Made with screw eyes, pvc, and paracord and can clear the floor area of your garage!Here's your Ring Power CAT tip of the week: Join us LIVE next Saturday at Fishbites! https://fishbites.com/fishbites-trading-post/Here's your Kirbyco Builders Inc. cooking tip of the week from Chef/Captain Kirk: Baked Beef RibsOne full rack of beef ribsRib RubOlive oilCarrots(1 lb)Onion (1lg)Sweet Baby Rays BBQRub ribs with olive oil blended with a tablespoon of Rib RubPlace 1 lb of carrots and 1 sliced onion at bottom of baking dish Bake at 375 for approximately 45 minutes. Brush ribs withSBR bbq sauce and bake for 10 more minutes.Serve and enjoy.

The Crumb - Bake from Scratch
Life is What You Bake It with Vallery Lomas

The Crumb - Bake from Scratch

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 41:52


Brian and Kyle Grace talk with Vallery Lomas all about her new cookbook, Life Is What You Bake It. As a past winner on the Great American Baking Show, Vallery has gone from being a lawyer in New York City to a full-time baker. We dig into her winding journey and take a sneak peek at her lovely new cookbook. A special thank-you to our sponsors for this episode, Red Star and Le Creuset. Check out their products here:Red StarLe CreusetFollow Bake from Scratch: Instagram: @thebakefeed Website: bakefromscratch.com Follow Vallery on Instagram: @foodieinnewyorkFollow Brian on Instagram: @brianharthoffman

Learn Polish Podcast
#228 Things to do in the kitchen - Co robić w kuchni

Learn Polish Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 10:28


Learn Polish in a fun way with short Episodes. On this episode we talk about  Things to do in the kitchen - Co robić w kuchni.   Social Media & Donations https://bio.link/podcaster   Sponsor www.coolabulla.com for Websites and Animation. Use code LearnPolish for 20% Discount.   All other Social Media & Donations https://linktr.ee/learnpolish   Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/0ZOzgwHvZzEfQ8iRBfbIAp   Apple https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/learn-polish-podcast/id1462326275   To listen to all Episodes + The Speaking Podcast + The Meditation Podcast + Business Opportunities please visit http://roycoughlan.com/   Now also on   Bitchute https://www.bitchute.com/channel/pxb8OvSYf4w9/   Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9SeBSyrxEMtEUlQNjG3vTA   To get Skype lessons from Kamila or her team please visits http://polonuslodz.com/  -------------------------------------------------- In this Episode we discuss:   Kuchnia- Kitchen   Ubić jajka- Beat the eggs   Wymieszać zupę- Stir the soup   Pokroić chleb- Cut the bread   Upiec ciasto- Bake a cake   Gotować jedzenie- Cook food   Pozmywać naczynia- Wash the dishes   Zetrzeć ser- Grate cheese   Obrać jabłko- Peel an apple   Wlać mleko- Pour in the milk   Pić mleko z butelki- Drink milk from a bottle   Usmażyć jajko- Fry an egg   Zmiksować krem- Mix the cream   Umyć marchewkę- Wash the carrot   Posiekać szczypiorek- Chop the chives   Rozpuścić masło- Melt the butter   Przecedzić makaron- Strain the pasta   Wsypać cukier- Pour sugar   --------------------------------------------------------------- If you would like Skype lessons from kamila or her team please visit http://polonuslodz.com/   All Polish Episodes / Speaking Podcast / Meditation Podcast / Awakening Podcast/ Polish Property & business Offers - http://roycoughlan.com/   All Social Media + Donations https://linktr.ee/learnpolish https://bio.link/podcaster   Please Share with your friends / Subscribe / Comment and give a 5* Review  - Thank You (Dziekuje Bardzo :) )   #learnpolish #speakpolish #polishpodcast

Coffee with the Chicken Ladies
Episode 71 Bielefelder Chicken / Surprising Effects of Eggs with RD Amy Adams / Pizza Egg Bake

Coffee with the Chicken Ladies

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 66:31


In this episode we spotlight the gorgeous Bielefelder chicken, talk with Registered Dietician Amy Adams about her chickens and the surprising effects of eggs on your diet, share her recipe for Pizza Egg Bake, and review a children's book, Interrupting Chicken: Cookies for Breakfast.Our sponsor, Grubbly Farms, is offering our listeners 20% off your purchase for first time buyers! That's a fantastic value! This offer does not apply to subscriptions and cannot be used with any other discounts. Click here for our affiliate link and use our code COFFEELADIES25 to get your discount.Chicken Luv Box -  use CWTCL for $5 off your order!https://www.chickenluv.com/Bielefelder Chickenhttps://greenfirefarms.com/bielefelder.htmlStrong Animals Chicken Essentialshttps://www.getstronganimals.com/BackyardRD - Amy Adamshttps://backyardrd.com/about/Backyard RD Podcasthttps://backyardrd.com/podcast/Pastured Egg Study 2021https://www.researchgate.net/publication/348787165_Fatty_Acid_and_Antioxidant_Composition_of_Conventional_Compared_to_Pastured_Eggs_Characterization_of_Conjugated_Linoleic_Acid_and_Branched_Chain_Fatty_Acid_Isomers_in_Eggs?enrichId=rgreq-31f453d5c8dd69736aebb0ed90e57a93-XXX&enrichSource=Y292ZXJQYWdlOzM0ODc4NzE2NTtBUzo5ODUwNzU5MTA5NzU0ODhAMTYxMTg3MTgwNzE2NQ%3D%3D&el=1_x_2&_esc=publicationCoverPdfPizza Egg Bakehttps://coffeewiththechickenladies.com/farm-fresh-egg-recipes/pizza-egg-bake/Interrupting Chicken - Cookies for Breakfasthttps://www.amazon.com/dp/1536207780/?ref=idea_lv_dp_ov_dCWTCL Websitehttps://coffeewiththechickenladies.com/CWTCL Etsy Shophttps://www.etsy.com/shop/CoffeeWChickenLadiesCWTCL Amazon Recommendationshttps://www.amazon.com/shop/coffeewiththechickenladiesSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/coffeewiththechickenladies)

The Steve Dangle Podcast
What's Better? | April 1, 2022

The Steve Dangle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2022 79:58


On this episode of The Steve Dangle Podcast, Shake & Bake, Auston Matthews Scores 50 Goals for the 1st Time in His Career, You Can Bet on That with Sports Interaction, Leafs and Jets featured More Questionable Officiating, Lars Eller runs Jesperi Kotkaniemi, Tuukka Rask joins the Bruins front office, #sdpnFanFridays, and World Cup Fan Reactions. Originally aired: April 1, 2022 Watch the full episode here: https://youtu.be/vDRnRc_M0Jk Visit https://sdpn.ca for merch and more. We've joined The Athletic and you can too! Hit the link to subscribe: https://theathletic.com/sdp Individuals must be 19 years of age or older to open a Sports Interaction account. Terms and Conditions apply. Any opinion expressed is not advice, a promise or suggestion that increases the chance of winning. Gambling can be addictive, please play responsibly. If you have concerns, visit: https://help.sportsinteraction.com/hc/en-us/articles/216779528-Responsible-Gaming-Self-Limitation-Self-Exclusion to learn more. Visit this episode's sponsors: https://www.manscaped.com/ CODE: DANGLE https://athleticgreens.com/SDP https://betterhelp.com/sdp https://www.edmunds.com/ Follow us on Twitter:@Steve_Dangle, @AdamWylde, & @JesseBlake Follow us on Instagram:@SteveDangle, @AdamWylde, & @Jesse.Blake Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Ben Maller Show
Hour 1 - Wait and Bake

The Ben Maller Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 36:37


Ben Maller talks about reports that NFL teams are only interested in Baker Mayfield if the Browns end up releasing him, a coach that needs an ironing board, and much more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Talk Murder To Me
311 | Shake & Bake: It's cupcakes, how bad can it be?

Talk Murder To Me

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 43:58


Photos @ https://talkmurder.com/cynthia-perkinsOn October 30, 2019, Tori Harrison received a call from the Livingston Parish School Board and they informed her that her daughter had ingested semen-based cupcakes that her middle school teacher Cynthia Perkins had baked and brought in for her class. They brought 150 charges against Cynthia Perkins and they sentenced her to 41 years in prison. Her husband and ex-police officer, Dennis Perkins, are still awaiting trial.