We set the table in this episode with Paw Paw Fruit and Sentimentality. Sometimes called the Mountain Banana with a taste that is a cross between a mango and a banana. Paw Paw is an indigenous fruit to North America and is a real treat if you can find it. Amy's guest, Charlie Kwit, Professor of Biology from the University of Tennessee offers a scientific perspective on the Paw Paw. Allan Benton, Owner of Benton's Smoky Mountain Country Hams in Madisonville, Tennessee tells us why he is sentimental about his office furniture. Fred Sauceman has a pot luck radio segment on the Blue Cheese dressing that is served as an appetizer at Ridgewood Barbecue in Bluff City, TN. I (Amy Campbell) share directions on how to make Paw Paw butter.
We made it through quarantine only to find out the the world has fallen into dark times. While sealed in our respective homes everyone became an expert on infectious disease, and Kanye West is a Zoolander character. Not to fear because wielding a microphone and an ultimately right opinion on all things food, pop culture, and nostalgia this podcast Jedi brings hope. AJ Presents The GR8R Good: A New Hope Season 6 is officially underway and now I must fend off my Sith Cohost in this high cholesterol light saber battle!!! **PS THE LIGHT SABERS ARE CHICKEN TENDERS***HUGE THANK YOU to extremely talented friend to the show @the_hulk_hoagie for this seasons theme music!!LIKE, SHARE, and SUBSCRIBE or we will key your carTwitter: AJGr8rgoodInstagram: AJpresentsthegr8rgoodFacebook: AJ Presents The Gr8r GoodEmail: AJpresentsthegr8rgood@yahoo.com
Good morning and welcome to the ride! Thank God for Popeyes and Blue Cheese. The CLO addresses a specific type of performance issue. Don't you hate it when the passengers of your car just can't stay still? Junior has noticed a few things and can't hold it in any longer. The Splenda Daddy strikes again with an original track just in time for back to school. Wwhhen it comes to love, Tommy truly is a genius! Cardi B. stands up for MMM. The fellas give us the excuses people make to avoid the iron paradise. Today in Closing Remarks, Big Dog talks about the benefits of opening your heart to God. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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Cheeks Lounge (continued and ongoing), Biscuits is getting a CPAP machine, Grit's eulogy special guest speaker, Jimminy Cricket, closed restaurants, Wayne Minor, Humdinger's, Cheek's menu, Blue Cheese, Lullaby League vs. Lollypop Guild, Meatballs, Cheeks' VIP Room, Subway tuna sandwich, what to eat during an apocalypse/pandemic for survival.
This week, host Tom Zalatnai (@tomzalatnai) calls up friend of the show Simon Majumdar (@simonmajumdar) from Eat My Globe (@eatmyglobepcast) for a great chat about british & american cheeses, High On The Hog, how to make an amazing cheese sauce, and so much more! You can follow this show on social media @NoBadFoodPod! Listen to Ranked: Top 5 Canadian Foods! https://podcavern.com/114-top-5-canadian-foods/ Check out Eat My Globe! https://www.eatmyglobe.com/ Check out Gender Creative Kids! www.gendercreativekids.com This episode is brought to you in part by Whisky Lane! www.whiskylane.ca SUPPORT THE SHOW! patreon.com/nobadfoodpod MERCH! https://www.teepublic.com/stores/up-for-discusssion?ref_id=2539 Our logo is by David Flamm! Check out his work (and buy something from his shop!) at http://www.davidflammart.com/ Our theme music is "It Takes A Little Time" by Zack Ingles! You can (and should!) buy his music here: https://zackingles.bandcamp.com/ Resources for Allyship: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1hp7nlP5UcH63FEl1kpPgxdO7Qw7iagcCTBfOPfPLuMg/edit?usp=sharing www.upfordnetwork.com Want to send us fan mail? Upford Network ℅ Tom Zalatnai PO Box 22585 Monkland PO Montreal, Quebec H4A 3T4 Canada
Pear, blue cheese & walnut tart Pears pair with tangy blue cheese and honeyed walnuts in this gorgeous tart. Makes 26cm tart Pastry 200g wholemeal flour 100g chilled butter ½ teaspoon salt 6 tablespoons ice cold water 2-3 pears 2 tablespoons butter ½ cup brown sugar 3 heaped tablespoons cream cheese 75g crumbled blue cheese (I used Kapiti creamy blue) 3 tbsp walnuts, roughly chopped Make the pastry by combining flour, chilled butter and salt in a food processor until it resembles coarse breadcrumbs. Don't over work it – lumps of butter are ok. Drizzle in the ice cold water and pulse a few times until it starts to come together in a ball. Turn out and with a light hand press it together into a flat disc, wrap and chill it for 15 minutes. Preheat oven to 180 C and place a tray in to heat up. Line a 26cm tart tin with baking paper. Roll out pastry and line tin with it. Try to get a thin pastry shell and just patch any holes or tears, it's very forgiving. Prick all over with a fork and return to the fridge. Make the filling by cutting each pear into quarters and each quarter into 3 or 4 slices. Place the pear, butter and half the brown sugar in a pan on medium and until the pear is softened and the pear juice has mixed in with the butter and sugar to form a syrup – about 5-7 minutes. Mix cream cheese and remaining brown sugar to a paste. Spread this over chilled pastry base. Using a slotted spoon pile the pear mixture into the pastry case, drizzling over some of the syrup and reserving some to serve. Bake for 25 minutes on the preheated tray, then toss on the walnuts and bake for another 10 minutes or until the edges are well cooked and the pears are golden. Crumble blue cheese over the tart while still warm and it will melt into the tart. Serve warm or cold with an extra drizzle of the syrup. Nici's note: This tart keeps well and is still as fantastic on day 3 as it was fresh out of the oven, maybe even better. LISTEN ABOVE
Watch Chef Toni Sakaguchi at The Culinary Institute of America show you how to make this mouthwatering Blue Cheese, Onion Ring, BBQ Kidney Bean Blended Burger. She blends kidney beans into the burgers to give them a perfectly juicy texture! Swapping some of the beef with beans also reduces the amount of saturated fat and cholesterol, and the beans add fiber, and protein. This is one of the best burgers you'll ever have. Enjoy! Get the Blue Cheese, Crispy Onion, BBQ Kidney Bean Blended Burger recipe
Welcome to Bruh.. It's a Podcast where every week we try to convince you why you shouldn't hate millennials! This episode they will discuss a new millennial word of the day, if it's immature to hang out with your friends if you're in a serious relationship & what happens when a police department decides to stop responding to 911 calls.
A British man saw his drug empire crumble after he was caught handling a very different product - a fine blue cheese.39-year-old Carl Stewart, from Liverpool, used an encrypted network to share a photograph of himself holding a small block of the Marks & Spencer's Stilton.The network was more commonly used for drugs and was being watched by international police.As part of Operation Venetic, a crack team of cyber cops were able to extract his fingerprints from the photo and identify him.That discovery led police to rich vein of illegal drugs and saw Stewart jailed for over 13 years on charges of conspiracy to supply cocaine, heroin, MDMA, and ketamine.Stewart used the nickname "Toffeeforce" on the app, which boasted a global membership of around 60,000.After the sentencing last week at Liverpool Crown Court, Detective Inspector Lee Wilkinson said Stewart "was caught out by his love of Stilton cheese"."Stewart was handed a substantial sentence of 13 years and six months, and this should serve as a stark warning to anyone involved in this criminality that there are serious consequences," Wilkinson said."Merseyside Police, along with law enforcement agencies across the world, will leave no stone unturned in our pursuit of those people who think they are above the law, and we will continue to target anyone involved in serious organised crime to keep this positive momentum going."The cheese that started it all. Photo / Merseyside Police
Join Caroline Wilson (from Hotel Quarantine) and Corrie Perkin for Ep 172.Thanks to Red Energy we're inviting you to have a Farewell to Quarantine drink and chat with Caro and Corrie via Zoom next Monday the 24th of May at 6pm. To register - email Producer Jane via firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the exclusive Zoom link.Thanks to Red Energy for supporting our podcast - voted most satisfied customers 11 years in a row.This week we discuss;Corrie's Mini-break and The Flophouse phenomenonThe Fortress Australia DebateWhat it takes to be a successful AFL Club president in 2021In the Cocktail Cabinet for Prince Wine Store - Myles joins us to talk 'Winter Whites' including Wanted Man Marsane Roussane Viognier 2013. Head to our dedicated Don't Shoot the Messenger page HERE and use the promo code MESS at checkout online to receive a listener discount. Prince Wine Store – bringing wine enthusiasts the greatest wine in the world. Corrie's Crush of the Week for Red Energy is Lauren Jackson. In BSF Caro and Corrie recommend;Love In Five Acts by Daniela Krien - available at My Bookshop HERE.Smother on ABC TV Crostini with Mushrooms, Prosciutto and Blue Cheese (recipe HERE or below). In 6 Quick Questions we chat about the Friends reunion, anticipated public events (Caro's looking forward to seeing Deb Conway at the Palace on May 28th, tickets HERE), Paddington v Citizen Kane and the spin emenating from Richmond FC this week. Designer Clothing Event. Anna from the Op Shop invites you to join the Sacred Heart Mission Op Shop for their special event bursting with designer clothes, jewellery and accessories with drinks and nibbles. Saturday 29th of May 10am - 5pm, 110 Commercial Rd, Prahan.Don't Shoot the Messenger is produced by Corrie Perkin, Caroline Wilson and produced, engineered and edited by Jane Nield for Sports Entertainment Network.Thanks to Clementine Donohoe for additional social media support. You can follow @clemmiedonohoe on Instagram HERE.Crostini with Mushrooms, Prosciutto, and Blue CheeseIngredientsMAKES ABOUT 18 SERVINGS3tablespoons butter1/2 pound fresh shiitake mushrooms, stemmed, caps chopped4 ounces crimini mushrooms, chopped2 garlic cloves, minced1/2 cup whipping cream1/2 cup crumbled blue cheese (about 2 ounces)1/2 tablespoons chopped thinly sliced prosciutto (about 2 1/2 ounces)18 1/2-inch-thick diagonal bread slices cut from 1 sourdough baguetteChopped fresh parsleyPreparationStep 1Melt butter in heavy large skillet over medium-high heat. Add all mushrooms and garlic and sautè until mushrooms are cooked through and brown, about 10 minutes. Add cream and boil until liquid is completely absorbed, about 2 minutes. Remove from heat. Add blue cheese and stir until cheese melts. Mix in prosciutto. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Transfer mushroom topping to bowl. DO AHEAD Mushroom topping can be made 1 day ahead. Cover and refrigerate.Step 2Preheat oven to 375°F. Arrange bread slices on baking sheet. Bake until just golden, about 5 minutes. Mound 1 generous tablespoon mushroom topping on each slice. Return to oven; bake until topping is heated through, about 6 minutes. Sprinkle with chopped parsley.
J-Lo and A-Rod have confirmed that they are going their separate ways. Blue Cheese and Fat Joe have a suit in common and the people are voting. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Good morning and welcome to ride! "How cool is it to be able to say good morning?" The Chief Love Officer explains the power of a fresh fade and how rare it is to get eyebrows arched along with that. Blue Cheese and Fat Joe have a suit in common and the people are voting. Auntie Maxine has spoken and gave her permission to Jim Jordan to shut his mouth! Derek Chauvin pleads the 5th. Junior congratulated Hideki Matsuyama on winning the 2021 Masters Tournament. The "Pied Piper of R&B" may have to pay money to a Mississippi Sheriff for having an affair with his wife. Is there a ketchup shortage in America? Today in Closing Remarks, Steve reflects on a conversation that he had with an anonymous high ranking African official. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Good morning and welcome to the ride! Blue Cheese killed it. The Verzuz Battle between EWF and The Isley Brothers was EPIC! The general consensus was that the Verzuz battle between EWF and The Isley Brothers would not have gone down if Steve was not the host. Congratulations goes out to the power couple Nephew Tommy and his lovely wife Jacqueline Miles. Steve reflects on the songs of Ronald Isley along with his 28 platinum albums. Your favorite play cousin is very happy to report what is happening in Major League Baseball. Blue Cheese shares with us a memory that is connected to the lyrics of EWF's song Devotion. Big Dog talks about another version of his all time favorite song being played. Coca Cola, Delta, and JP Morgan Chase are among the companies in Georgia that are condemning the new voter suppression law. Today the show wraps up with some final words about greatness hosting greatness. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Good morning and welcome to the ride! Blue Cheese killed it. The Verzuz Battle between EWF and The Isley Brothers was EPIC! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Good morning and welcome to the ride! Steve opens up with EWF and talks about a call he got from Swizz Beats. The Chief Love Officer gives an ingrate a piece of his mind. Shirley Strawberry is honored by Radio Ink. Congratulations! There is another mass shooting in Colorado. Blue Cheese makes an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. The focal point of Sports Talk with Junior is Kyrie Irving. Is there a curfew in Miami? Kenya Duke has filed for divorce from comedian Gary Owen. Today the show wraps up with Steve talking about the late great NBA legend Elgin Baylor. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The Chief Love Officer stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show and made it do what it does. He spoke about Family Feud in Africa and he was looking sharp as always. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Hope you all are having a great week, and if not, lets see if we can't change that! Its March so that means we're still optimistic about the Royals, Australians are taking day drinking to another level, and we talk about the subtle signs that we're all getting a little older... Sit back, relax and enjoy!Let us know what you think!@hungsundayspodHungoverSundaysPod@gmail.com
This week Cherry is joined by black love author, blogger & podcaster, Samantha. The ladies discuss serial daters, shape shifters and taking wigs off lol This week’s topic is: “Fuck it mindset” The aftermath of a relationship. When relationships, situationships or friendships end...women tend to get the “Fuck it mindset”. Find out some reasons why. Grab your glass and kick it with ya girl... it’s Wine Tyme
We get the giggles talking to clinical sexologist and new MAFS expert Alessandra Rampolla; speaking of Married At First Sight, new player Jake may have revealed how it ended for him by mistake; Seb Costello talks about the Bomber Thompson story on ACA; Sarah Jensen busts the myth about Blue Cheese; and Chrissie went to Sovereign Hill for the weekend. A Nova Podcast Podcast Produced & Edited By Andy Zito Executive Producer: Jack Charles Producers: Victoria Wall & Brodie Pummeroy Additional Audio Production: Tim Mountford See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Good morning and welcome to the ride! Tom Brady is the G.O.A.T. and UNDENIABLE is the word. Super Monday is LIVE!!! The Chief Love Officer says this to a lady, "The problem with sin. It cost you more than you want to pay and makes you stay longer than you want to stay." Steve, I mean Pastor Motown (my bad) breaks down the rules of gambling inside Church Complaints. The crew talk about The Weeknd's cinematic performance at Half-Time of the Big Game. Members of The Steve Harvey Nation called in to Ask Steve about Trump's impeachment and we get a friendly reminder from Philly. Something happened again that triggered Junior to give us another poetic gem. Big Dog is actual and factual with his thoughts about The Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Browns and Bills fans were really feeling Blue Cheese. Steve wrapped up the show with Brady, Jordan, the Black Lives Matter movement and more. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
We are back, Connor is back, life is good. On this week's episode we have Connor Hladick on the pod to talk all about the Super Bowl. Before we do though we settle a highly stressful debate of the best sandwich and Ranch or Blue Cheese. Then Connor comes on to talk about Brady's legacy, Pat being TOO normal, and obviously the big game itself. We end the pod with a trivia game where the prize is so good Connor cries. As always if you like what you heard be sure to drop a follow/subscribe and if you are on Apple Podcasts be sure to leave us a 5 star rating and a review. Til next week. DYE UP. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/justakickback/message
Jason and Marcus discuss an awkward and puzzling incident they had at a Disney Springs restaurant, fasting, martinis, unexpected poop, the gravity of the phrase "it could be vomit," and just what the heck Luke was doing while Lando was trying to get a job at Jabba's palace.
Kat needs a real life-sized tiger for future therapy sessions. Moose instigates a conversation about Christmas traditions. Christmas lights like Wright's Lights in AL and Jingle Beat in Nashville. Moose disagrees with all of Kat's table manner recommendations, especially sweet peas. Kat shares a wise quote from a classmate and Moose has a bone to pick with insurance company policies about mental wellness. We revisit opinions about Christmas cards, The Polar Express and Producer Sara teaches us the uncanny valley. Our listeners share some Christmas memories - thank you Mazie and Chris! Kat is going to make friendships bracelets over the holiday break to sell in our merch shop! Moose botches a common saying that we all get a kick out of and Jimmy celebrates her laugh. We close out the year with an homage to Wham.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/katandmoose)
Joe lowers the boom, and we start talking. In the 213th episode of this very serious podcast, we discuss: scams, flight simulators, flight, K2, Joe's blue cheese odyssey, olives, the nature of expertise, nihilism, and the adversary system. And other things as well.
Today we celebrate one of the first successful uses of the Wardian Case on a ship in 1833. We'll also learn about the Minnesota botanist who discovered a fun new cereal. We’ll remember the beloved British children’s author who wrote in his garden shed. We salute the various ways trees drop their leaves… or not - in a verse by an American writer. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a cookbook for gardeners with a mix of old and new takes on garden to table goodness. And then we’ll wrap things up with a grower’s tips on Poinsettia care. Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart To listen to the show while you're at home, just ask Alexa or Google to “Play the latest episode of The Daily Gardener Podcast.” And she will. It's just that easy. The Daily Gardener Friday Newsletter Sign up for the FREE Friday Newsletter featuring: a personal update from me garden-related items for your calendar The Grow That Garden Library™ featured books for the week Gardener gift ideas Garden-inspired recipes Exclusive updates regarding the show and more... Plus, each week, one lucky subscriber wins a book from the Grow That Garden Library™ bookshelf. Gardener Greetings Send your garden pics, stories, birthday wishes, and so forth to Jennifer@theDailyGardener.org. Curated News The Beauty of the Fibonacci Sequence in the Garden | Empress of Dirt | Melissa J. Will Today is Fibonacci “fee-bo-NA-chee” Day! Facebook Group If you'd like to check out my curated news articles and blog posts for yourself, you're in luck because I share all of it with the Listener Community in the Free Facebook Group - The Daily Gardener Community. So, there’s no need to take notes or search for links. The next time you're on Facebook, search for Daily Gardener Community where you’d search for a friend... and request to join. I'd love to meet you in the group. Important Events November 23, 1833 On this day, the ship Captain Charles Mallard wrote a letter to Nathaniel Bagshaw Ward. Four years earlier, in 1829, Nathaniel developed the first terrarium when he accidentally grew a fern in an insect jar. A fern spore had gotten into a jar Nathaniel was using to observe insect behavior. Nathaniel suddenly realized that if plants were enclosed in airtight glass cases, they could survive without water for long periods. Nathaniel constructed his Wardian cases out of wood and glass. Nathaniel’s little portable greenhouses sat on the deck of a ship where they could absorb as much sunshine as possible. The inside of the box would have some soil on the bottom. The plants would be in pots, and a series of battens would stop the plants from rolling around inside the case. After the plants were watered and safely tucked inside, the case was nailed shut, and all the seams were painted with tar to seal the case. Wardian cases were a game-changer for plant explorers who needed to keep plants alive during long voyages. Snug inside the Wardian Case, plants often lived on ships for 6 to 12 months. And so, it was on this day in 1833 that Captain Charles Mallard excitedly shared that Nathaniel’s cases worked like a charm. He wrote: “Your experiment for [keeping] plants alive… has fully succeeded.” Before the Wardian case, saltwater and sun killed most plants before they reached England. With the Wardian case, plantation crops like tea, rubber, and sugar, and medicinal and ornamental plants - could be moved among the Botanic Gardens of the British Empire. November 23, 1862 Today is the birthday of the American plant physiologist, botanist, educator, and inventor Alexander Pierce Anderson. Alexander grew up in rural Southeastern, Minnesota. His cousin, John Lind, became the governor of Minnesota. After getting a degree in botany, Alexander went on to teach at Clemson. Three years later, he went to work for the New York Botanical Garden in research. This unassuming position would lead Alexander to a fantastic discovery. Suspecting that microscopic amounts of water existed inside the nucleus of starch crystals in rice, Alexander worked on finding a way to get the water out. Alexander’s experiment produced “puffed rice,” and breakfast cereal was changed forever. Alexander shared his discovery at the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair. By the end of the fair, Alexander had sold over 20,000 pounds of puffed rice, and he had won the world’s attention. November 23, 1990 Today is the anniversary of the death of the beloved British children’s author, Roald Dahl. Roald was an avid gardener, and his garden shed doubled as his writing nook, where he wrote many books, including Charlie and the Chocolate factory. As sweet as this sounds to a gardener's ears, there was a practical reason behind Roald’s writing in the garden shed. It turns out, Roald chain-smoked as he wrote, and the garden shed kept the smoke out of the house. For Roald's part, he loved the idea of using the garden shed as a place to write, especially after seeing the little writing hut used by the author Dylan Thomas. If you are a gardener with a passion for roses, you should check out the Roald Dahl Rose, which honored Roald's love of gardening. The Roald Dahl Rose is an absolutely stunning English shrub rose bred by David Austin. With its blousy habit and scrumptious nonstop peach blooms, the Roald Dahl Rose has a lovely fragrance as well - and not many thorns, so that's a bonus. Throughout his life, Roald kept a diary, and there are many marvelous entries about his garden. Roald was often inspired by his garden, which is evident in his work: I liked The Secret Garden, best of all. It was full of mystery. — Roald Dahl, British children’s author, Matilda There is just one small bright spark shining through the gloom in my January garden. The first snowdrops are in flower. — Roald Dahl, British children’s author, My Year And now suddenly, the whole place, the whole garden seemed to be alive with magic… — Roald Dahl, British children’s author, James and the Giant Peach But Mr. Tibbs didn’t hesitate for long. “Tell the head gardener,” he whispered, “that I require immediately a brand new unused garden fork and also a spade. And for a knife, we shall use the great sword hanging on the wall in the morning-room. But clean the sword well first. It was last used to cut off the head of King Charles the First and there may still be a little dried blood on the blade.” — Roald Dahl, British children’s author, The BFG Mary, Mary, quite contrary How does your garden grow? “I live with my brat in a high-rise flat, So how in the world would I know?” — Roald Dahl, British children’s author Unearthed Words Weather conditions are the same for all of them, one is no more sheltered than another, and they are the same age, judging by their size. I like to think one tree decides to keep summer a bit longer and one impetuously responds to the tide of incoming autumn. Trees are not remotely like people, but I reflect that I know some people who have never let summer go and others who begin to think winter thoughts in July. Perhaps it is all temperament. —Gladys Taber, American writer and columnist, Grow That Garden Library The Farm by Ian Knauer This cookbook came out in 2012, and the subtitle is Rustic Recipes for a Year of Incredible Food. This cookbook is a compilation of fantastic original recipes from Ian Knauer ("Ka-NOW-ur"). His publisher writes: “When Ian Knauer was a cook in the Gourmet test kitchen, he quickly became known for recipes so stupendously good that they turned the heads of the country’s top food editors. His effortless combinations made the best of seasonal produce from the Pennsylvania farm that has been in his family since the eighteenth century.” Ian’s home and fresh recipe innovations are rooted in the garden. Cold-Spring-Night Asparagus Soup and Brick Chicken with Corn and Basil Salad will have you revising your plant list for 2021 and scouring your freezer for your stockpiles. Ian’s ideas will strike a chord with gardener-cooks. “You’ll find recipes that incorporate all parts of the vegetable, like Pasta with Radishes and Blue Cheese, which incorporates the radish leaves as well as the root, and spritely Swiss Chard Salad. You’ll learn how to make great food from simple ingredients you have on hand, like Potato Nachos. You’ll discover recipes for less-familiar produce from your market or your backyard, such as Chicken with Garlic Scape Pesto and Dandelion Green Salad with Hot Bacon Dressing.” This book is 256 pages of Ian’s masterpieces along with Knauer family secret recipes, and all are simple, distinctive, and satisfying, getting the best food to the table in the least amount of time. You can get a copy of The Farm by Ian Knauer and support the show using the Amazon Link in today's Show Notes for around $2 Today’s Botanic Spark Reviving the little botanic spark in your heart November 23, 2005 On this day, the Arizona Republic newspaper shared tips on Poinsettia care from Jay Harper of Harper’s Nurseries & Flower Shop. Jay grows Poinsettias from cuttings in his nursery in Mesa. He advised: Important factors in selecting a Poinsettia are where it was grown and how long it had to travel… Your plant should be sturdy, not wilted-looking. Make sure it has not dropped any leaves, which can occur while kept in boxes for shipment. Once you get your Poinsettia home, keep it away from drafts. They don't like the heater draft or the cold air from the door being opened or closed. Don't put your Poinsettia right inside the doorway either. They are breakable in any high-traffic area if you walk by and brush against them. Place your Poinsettia on a table or in a corner of the room with good bright light and away from the fireplace or other heat sources. Poinsettias are members of the Euphorbiaceae family and produce a milky sap that can be an irritant. For years Poinsettias were considered extremely poisonous, but research has shown that is not the case. While eating the plant may not be lethal, it can make someone sick. If your Poinsettia comes wrapped, either remove the plant from the wrapping and water, or poke a hole through the bottom of the wrapping to allow water to escape. They don't like to dry out too much. Poinsettias do better kept a little bit on the moist side. Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener, and remember: "For a happy, healthy life, garden every day."
The Gang in the building minus Carter this week, but we got Istherealtruth holding down as a guest host. We talk about Is & The STARs collab album, "F IV EFFORT". How the project came together, favorite songs, and more. We dive into Lil Wayne and his Trump endorsement, talk voting, Ranch vs Blue Cheese, and of course we ramble as we do best here at STARs ATMOSPHERE. FOLLOW @STARSATMOSPHERE @STUPIDDOPESTAR @__BITESIZE @ISTHEREALTRUTH @ONLY1_CARTER ON IG. EMAIL ANY TOPICS OR QUESTIONS: STARSATMOSPHEREPODCAST@GMAIL.COM --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/starsatmosphere/support
Grab your biggest hunk of Blue Cheese or closest Michael Bolton CD and settle in for a good time! The boys and Bryce Porter (@Porterhouse_video) received a court summons, so now they have to come together to talk about the 2002 Disney Family Comedy SNOW DOGS. Wacky shenanigans ensue! We've gone over some weird movies for this podcast, and boy, this is definitely one of them. Join them as they answer such questions as: What happened to Cuba Gooding Jr.? How was this "suggested by" a book? Why is the one guy dressed as Venom for the entire movie? Blue Cheese, really? among many others... Check out Bryce's professional work @Porterhouse_video on Instagram or at porterhousevideo.com! NEXT WEEK: CASPER MEETS WENDY with KENDELL SWEENEY-THOMAS Thank you for listening! Please review us on your podcast provider and share us with your friends, we really appreciate it! GIVE US A CALL! SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS! (301) 941-7493 (SIZE) It's the Highway Tip Patrol Hotline! Your audio may be used in a future episode somehow! It's an experiment! Follow our socials: Facebook/Twitter/Instagram: @NoHighwayPod YouTube: No Highway Option Theme Music composed by Ian C. Weber. Find more of Ian's projects here: https://soundcloud.com/ianwebermakesnoise --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/no-highway-option/support
Our longest title! Join Dan and Blair from different states as we discuss our histories with pizza, and then just some general sources of sadness, interest, and hope. Maybe eat a pizza while you listen to this one!
Hi Trap family! Welcome back to another wild week. Amanuel isnt here this week so Rome and Cam discuss Fast 9, Being excited about wallets, why blue cheese is just disgusting, The NFL being back and much much more! Wipe your feet and come join us inside the Comedy Trap House. Join the Comedy Collective “Dormtainment” at the Comedy Trap House for their weekly podcast. It’s hilariously insightful, thought provoking, and sometimes-just flat out stupid. Eavesdrop as we discuss current events, personal theories, and our journey! Side effects from listening include laughter, mental growth, and a burning desire to chase your dreams. Thank you guys for all the support! If you want to donate to more Black Lives Matter Causes check out this site here: https://www.allure.com/story/black-lives-matter-where-to-donate Download the new Tropical Storm Album: Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2ZhfRQY Apple: https://apple.co/2ThEGZn The Cut Website: https://www.thecut.co/ Contribute to our Patreon Follow Dormtainment's Socials:@Dormtainment on Twitter, IG, and FB Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code DT (Yep new code!) at MANSCAPED.com! Get your beard essentials here fellas: https://grownmaneproducts.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
George offers his gift of culinary wisdom around blue cheese dressing. If you're looking for the more marketing and music-focused discussion, skip ahead to around the 38:00 minute mark, but don't tell George. Dan, George, and Carly talk about how to involve fans in the creation process, the network effect of different platforms, and barriers to creation. In light of the Jacob Blake shooting, and several other atrocities since the murder of George Floyd, we'd also like to reshare the BLM resources for anyone looking to read, learn, or find places to donate. Read the show notes: https://www.entrepreneurshipandart.com/blog/ramble-blue-cheese-and-imprimatur
The fellas return for the 10th installment of the podcast with a packed slate that includes:03:25 – 2Chainz vs Rick Ross08:53 – Usher vs Chris Brown14:56 – Meg Responds on Instagram Live22:22 – Vado Chokes Tahiry32:28 – Meek vs DJ Akademiks38:55 – Quick Hits Segment- Fake Paternity Test Skit- Men Giving Bare Minimum- Dating Within Your Self-Esteem01:16:26 – Sleezeball University Advice Column Songs of the Week:1. “Higher Ground” x George Young (https://music.apple.com/us/album/higher-ground-feat-jack-freeman/1525722846?i=1525722849)2. “Blue Cheese” x 2Chainz x Migos (https://music.apple.com/us/album/blue-cheese-feat-migos/1440880354?i=1440880649)3. “Quiet Storm” x George Young (https://music.apple.com/us/album/quiet-storm/1525722846?i=1525722859) Follow the Krew on Instagram/Twitter:@KrewSeason@TheTrillAC@Sowell_Fitness@Smuv__@KT_Goodrich