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Real Life French
Le nouveau canapé

Real Life French

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 7:08


Julien: Ça y est, j'ai fini de monter le nouveau canapé ! T'en penses quoi ? Moi je le trouve canon ! Louise: Oh mon Dieu, il est encore plus beau que sur les photos ! J'ai hâte de m'y blottir avec un bon livre et une tasse de thé. Julien: Haha, pour moi ça sera plutôt une petite soirée chill devant une série. Je suis sûr qu'il sera parfait pour ça ! Louise: En tout cas, il risque de voir beaucoup nos fesses ces prochaines années ! On devrait peut-être penser à lui acheter un coussin pour le protéger un peu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

DJ Baby Bear Techno & House
Episode 24: Baby Bear House X Guys Adventures World Pride Harbour Cruise

DJ Baby Bear Techno & House

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 50:49


Can't wait for this awesome Sydney World Pride Harbour Cruise on Tuesday, 28 February 2023 aboard the Jackson - Sydney's Luxury Super Cruiser. The package includes 4 Hours Unlimited Bubbles, Wine, Beer & Canapés and an amazing door prize of Delta Air Lines return tickets Sydney to L.A.Tunes by Kate Monroe and myself and shows by superstars Maxi Shield, Coco Jumbo and Molly Poppins. Tickets: https://www.guysadventures.com/bottomless-sunset-cruise-sydneyworldprideHere is a little teaser mix for your summer house vibes...1.     Kiss (Original mix) Richard Gea, JNT2.    Love is the Cure (Michael Grey Mix) Homero Espinosa, Tobirus Mozelle3.     Shined On Me (Les Bisous Extended Remix) Praise Cats, Andrea Love, Les Bisous   4.     Red Alert (Grant Nelson Remix) Basement Jaxx        5.     aNYway (Low Steppa Extended Remix) Armand Van Helden, A-Trak, Duck Sauce6.     Sunday Morning (Richard Earnshaw Remix) Rob Milton, Smith, Richard Earnshaw7.     Love You Feel (Wh0 Classic Extended Remix) Soul Avengerz8.     Deep Down (Never Dull's In My Mind Extended Remix) Kenny Dope, Crystal Waters, Alok, Ella Eyre         9.     In & Out of My Life (Michael Gray Remix) Adeva10.     Saturday (Michael Gray Remix) Risqué Connection, Dave Lee ZR, Michael Gray         11.     I Am Tha 1 feat. Inaya Day (CASSIMM Extended Remi)  Inaya Day, mrTimothy12.    Ain't Got No (Extended Mix) KPD, David Penn     

40 nuances de Next
[BEST OF] Part 2 - Louis Chatriot - Alma : Sur le canap

40 nuances de Next

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 60:43


Co-fondateur d'Alma, Louis Chatriot ne se définit pas comme un entrepreneur. Le regard aiguisé qu'il porte sur l'entreprise et son environnement mérite d'être écouté.Avec Alma , Louis Chatriot a créé sa troisième entreprise. Pour autant, il refuse de se définir comme un entrepreneur. Pour lui “ça n'a aucun sens”. Il est même gêné de voir la starification qui peut être faite des CEO de startups. Un recul par rapport à l'époque qu'il doit en partie à sa famille et son éducation. Fils d'une maman artiste-sculptrice et d'un papa touche-à-tout (médecine, sport automobile, théâtre), Louis Chatriot a évolué dans un environnement où l'accent a été mis sur la manière, l'engagement et la passion de faire les choses plutôt que sur l'activité en elle-même. “Fais pizzaiolo ok. Mais dès lors, tu fais les meilleurs pizzas du monde”, image-t-il en souriant. En se l'appliquant à lui-même, il s'est vite rendu compte que son premier métier de consultant chez Bain n'était pas fait pour lui.À 37 ans, Louis Chatriot ne se départit pas d'un côté enfantin. Il aime apprendre. Comprendre. Ce passionné de sciences et de technologie a créé son premier programme à 7 ans - un mot de passe - sur un Genius 2000. Au point d'énerver sa petite sœur.Aujourd'hui, il est insatiable sur l'algèbre de Boole et les Legos Technic. Son passe-temps actuel. Si vous ne savez pas ce que c'est, le mieux c'est encore de l'écouter vous l'expliquer, avec passion.Critique sur l'éducation scolaire, le Polytechnicien de formation place le jeu comme l'une des meilleures méthodes d'apprentissage. Il a ainsi toujours pensé que c'est la traction qui faisait avancer plutôt que la pression. Comme pour la croissance d'une entreprise. Comme pour une équipe. Se définissant comme exigeant, il place la discipline comme la valeur cardinale d'un développement réussi d'une entreprise, sans pour autant affirmer qu'il réussit dans cette quête.Attaché à un équilibre vie pro/vie personnelle, ce personnage facétieux n'imagine pas travailler sans s'amuser. “Ma vision du travail c'est d'être sérieux sans se prendre au sérieux”

Que Choisir ?
Le cinéma sur son canapé

Que Choisir ?

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022


Choix de la focale, de la résolution ou du taux de contraste, les modèles de vidéoprojecteurs sont nombreux et les prix très variables. L'UFC Que Choisir a testé 17 appareils.

EL MIRADOR
EL MIRADOR T04C076 Nos comemos la Región de Murcia con Cayetano Gómez. Menú para Nochebuena (19/12/2022)

EL MIRADOR

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 13:00


Canapés de salmón marinado y mantequilla de encurtidos. Terrina de langosta o langostino. Pechuga de pavo rellena. Flan de calabaza.

Stories - Ràdio Castellar
Cocina - Canapés para Navidad - T3E36

Stories - Ràdio Castellar

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 41:49


Ya tenemos encima las comidas y cenas navideñas y con ellas, los canapés. Los hay de mil formas, de mil colores y de mil sabores y en este capítulo repasamos algunos. Con nuestros oyentes y con nuestros colaboradores de cocina Julián Expósito y Óscar Prada, hacemos una lista de canapés clásicos y os damos ideas y recetas para que sorprendas con canapés de lujo a tus comensales el día de Navidad. ¿Qué canapé no falta en tus cenas navideñas? Cuéntanos #podcastcocina #podcast #cocina #recetas #spotify #ivoox #radio #programaradio #Castellardelvalles #nutrición #gastronomia #recetas #canapé #salmón #dátilconbacon #canapécásico --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/stories-de/message

Objectif Good Life
Café - Canapé (Storytelling)

Objectif Good Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 20:57


Petite pulsion podcastique du jeudi matin, posé sur mon canapé avec un café dans les mains, je te racontes mes pensées actuelles, mes défis et quelques histoires qui sortent des placards. Bonne écoute ;) Mail professionnel : tristan@objectifgoodlife.com N'hésites pas à m'écrire ;) Newsletters Gratuites : Objectif Prise de Muscle : https://mailchi.mp/fc3feacfb6c1/newsletter-objectif-prise-de-muscle Objectif Perte de Gras : https://mailchi.mp/76ddf11ad28b/objectif-perte-de-gras Objectif Vie Saine : https://mailchi.mp/49d3f4fdc749/objectif-vie-saine Instagram : Objectif GoodLife (@objectif_good_life) • Photos et vidéos Instagram Télécharges les Habitudes à Succès : https://bit.ly/3BohNqq Si le Podcast t'as plu n'hésites pas à le noter pour permettre au podcast de se développer, merci ;)

VHS & CANAPÉ
Dossier N°45 : Moustaches & Canapé

VHS & CANAPÉ

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 154:44


Hop, il est là le nouveau dossier VHS et en ce mois de novembre c'est la moustache qui est à l'honneur. Accompagné de Rone et Billou, notre bon Rano à la lourde tâche de rendre hommage aux plus beaux moustachus du cinéma soigneusement séléctionnés par la Team VHS. Un épisode au poil pour passer un agréable moment en cette fin de movember ! Team VHS

Le pressing - Julien Pearce
Visiter la plus grande pyramide d'Égypte depuis son canapé, c'est possible !

Le pressing - Julien Pearce

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 4:02


Tous les jours de la semaine, Anissa Haddadi nous dévoile les infos insolites qu'elle a repéré dans l'actualité.

Ça peut vous arriver
L'INTÉGRALE - Pour 6700€, une grande enseigne lui livre un canapé... plein de défauts !

Ça peut vous arriver

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 132:31


Corinne achète un canapé en magasin dans une grande enseigne près de chez elle. Elle le reçoit en juin 2022. Elle constate dès la livraison des défauts qu'elle fait remarquer au livreur: taches de colle, pieds abîmés... Plus les jours passent, plus elle remarque des anomalies sur son achat de 6695€. Elle pense obtenir une solution rapidement. Mais les mois passent et elle attend toujours qu'on lui répare son canapé et ses fauteuils défectueux ou bien qu'on la rembourse ! Dans le podcast « Ça peut vous arriver » sur RTL, Julien Courbet et son équipe distribuent conseils conso et astuces juridiques pour lutter contre les arnaques dans la bonne humeur.

Culinária falada com Naluzica
CANAPÉ DE PRESUNTO COM RICOTA

Culinária falada com Naluzica

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 1:40


Rápido e saboroso --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/culinariafaladanaluzica/message

Ça peut vous arriver
INÉDIT - Athina Juge et Céline Collonge sont "perplexes" concernant l'affaire du canapé

Ça peut vous arriver

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 7:28


Dans ce podcast, découvrez les coulisses de l'émission "Ça peut vous arriver" que vous venez d'entendre sur RTL. Ce 23 novembre, Athina Juge et Céline Collonge dévoilent leur enquête sur l'affaire de Gilles, cet auditeur qui a acheté un canapé dans un magasin éphémère et qui n'a jamais reçu sa commande. Tous les jours, retrouvez en podcast les meilleurs moments de l'émission "Ça peut vous arriver", sur RTL.fr et sur toutes vos plateformes préférées.

Chaos N' Cookies
Mixing it Up with André Darlington | CNC115

Chaos N' Cookies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 41:12


Cocktail parties are not just for specialty drinks. It's about the food as well! Drink, food, and lifestyle writer André Darlington joined me today to talk about his newest book, Bar Menu: 100+ drinking food recipes for cocktail hours at home. We talked about everything from mocktails to treating yourself to a specialty drink, all while staying in the comfort of your own home. About the Guest:André Darlington is a drink, food, and lifestyle writer based in Philadelphia and North Carolina. He is a former restaurant critic and award-winning wine and spirits columnist. He recently completed a circumnavigation of the globe to survey the world's cocktail landscape, a journey he details in his last book, Booze Cruise. In his newest book, Bar Menu: 100+ drinking food recipes for cocktail hours at home, André shows that the cocktail party is back! However, the highly ritualized version from yesteryear has morphed into something far more casual and more adventuresome. The post-World War II cocktail party boom had its own bible, James Beard's book Hors d'Oeuvre and Canapés, and today hosts and hostesses have BAR MENU, the ultimate guide to boozy eating and entertaining at home. http://www.andredarlington.com/http://www.andredarlington.com/media-1https://www.amazon.com/s?i=stripbooks&rh=p_66%3A9780762474370&tag=hacboogrosit-20https://www.instagram.com/andredarlington/https://www.facebook.com/andredarlingtonhttps://twitter.com/andredarlingtonAbout the Host: Following the crumbs in the chaos is a full-time job as a Productivity Coach. As a busy mom of three and the founder of Chaos N' Cookies, keeping moms from crumbling is my main objective. After gaining 10+ years of experience as a Director of Marketing helping build multiple 6 & 7-figure businesses for other women I've created the Chaos Control System to equip moms to overcome their own objections so they can live the life they want to live and start that business they have always wanted. The Family Playbook, or standard operating procedure, is the tool every mama needs to save time and stress-less when chaos ensues at home. For new biz owners, I also help simplify systems on social media and other business platforms to automate processes to get their business up and running quickly and efficiently with how-tos and hands-on coaching. I have helped hundreds of women to be more productive and self-sufficient in their homes and businesses allowing them to reclaim control of the chaos. www.chaosncookies.comhttps://www.instagram.com/chaosncookies/https://www.instagram.com/theheathergreco/https://www.facebook.com/Chaos-n-Cookies-111324364538688https://chaosncookies.com/shophttps://linktr.ee/hsteinker Thanks for listening!Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page.Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a comment in the section below!Subscribe to the podcastIf you would like to get automatic updates of new podcast episodes,...

Todo por la radio
Especialistas Secundarios | Una mujer descubre 300 litros de gazpacho en su cama canapé en pleno cambio de ropa de temporada

Todo por la radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 5:13


Es noviembre y ya podemos dar por concluido el verano. Pedimos a algunos oyentes que compartan en antena la odiosa tarea de cambiar la ropa de verano por la de invierno

Especialistas Secundarios
Especialistas Secundarios | Una mujer descubre 300 litros de gazpacho en su cama canapé en pleno cambio de ropa de temporada

Especialistas Secundarios

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 5:13


Es noviembre y ya podemos dar por concluido el verano. Pedimos a algunos oyentes que compartan en antena la odiosa tarea de cambiar la ropa de verano por la de invierno

La Ventana
Especialistas Secundarios | Una mujer descubre 300 litros de gazpacho en su cama canapé en pleno cambio de ropa de temporada

La Ventana

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 5:13


Es noviembre y ya podemos dar por concluido el verano. Pedimos a algunos oyentes que compartan en antena la odiosa tarea de cambiar la ropa de verano por la de invierno

Humor en la Cadena SER
Especialistas Secundarios | Una mujer descubre 300 litros de gazpacho en su cama canapé en pleno cambio de ropa de temporada

Humor en la Cadena SER

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 5:13


Es noviembre y ya podemos dar por concluido el verano. Pedimos a algunos oyentes que compartan en antena la odiosa tarea de cambiar la ropa de verano por la de invierno

Vestiaires
Victor Muffat-Jeandet : « Après un hiver sur le canapé avec papa maman… Je n'ai aucune limite »

Vestiaires

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 10:11


C'est l'heure du grand retour pour Victor Muffat-Jeandet. Le Savoyard de 33 ans, privé des Jeux olympiques et d'une bonne partie de l'hiver dernier suite à une fracture du péroné à Zagreb (Croatie) retrouve la compétition à Sölden (géant hommes, dimanche 10 heures et 13 heures). Sans ressasser le passé et tirant du positif de cet arrêt forcé. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

Vacarme - La 1ere
Jeu d'argent 1/5 - Le canapé du bonheur

Vacarme - La 1ere

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 25:48


Gagner le gros lot offre, certes, une liberté financière. Mais dans lʹanonymat et la discrétion, les heureux millionnaires traversent des épreuves hors du commun. Le choc que représente un changement soudain de statut social fait vaciller. Lʹexistence du Service grands gagnants de La Française des jeux en est la preuve. Reportage: Jonas Pool Réalisation: Didier Rossat Production: Raphaële Bouchet

Am Bistro mat der Woxx – ARA Podcasts
Mam Canapé am Bistro: Männlechkeet(en)

Am Bistro mat der Woxx – ARA Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022


Dës Woch präsentéiere mir Iech op dëser Platz net wéi gewinnt eise Podcast „Am Bistro mat der woxx“, mä ginn iech d'Geleeënheet, an eng aner Podcast-Produktioun vun der woxx eranzelauschteren. An eisem Kultur-Podcast „Um Canapé

The B******t Detective
A Dose of Dave #328 - Messy Canapé Thief

The B******t Detective

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 8:42


A Dose of Dave is a series of bite sized podcasts featuring me on my own. I'm just trying it out to see where it takes me. They're only about 5-10 mins long. If you wish to contribute to the podcast you can here: - https://www.patreon.com/bullshitdetective

Fais pas Chier_T'es Toxic ProMax
« No zob in job » La promotion canapé, un privilège purement féminin? Le « coucher pour réussir » est-il réservé aux femmes ?

Fais pas Chier_T'es Toxic ProMax

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 5:16


40 nuances de Next
:43 Part 2 : Louis Chatriot - Alma : Sur le canap

40 nuances de Next

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 60:43


Co-fondateur d'Alma, Louis Chatriot ne se définit pas comme un entrepreneur. Le regard aiguisé qu'il porte sur l'entreprise et son environnement mérite d'être écouté. Avec Alma , Louis Chatriot  a créé sa troisième entreprise. Pour autant, il refuse de se définir comme un entrepreneur. Pour lui “ça n'a aucun sens”. Il est même gêné de voir la starification qui peut être faite des CEO de startups. Un recul par rapport à l'époque qu'il doit en partie à sa famille et son éducation. Fils d'une maman artiste-sculptrice et d'un papa touche-à-tout (médecine, sport automobile, théâtre), Louis Chatriot a évolué dans un environnement où l'accent a été mis sur la manière, l'engagement et la passion de faire les choses plutôt que sur l'activité en elle-même. “Fais pizzaiolo ok. Mais dès lors, tu fais les meilleurs pizzas du monde”, image-t-il en souriant. En se l'appliquant à lui-même, il s'est vite rendu compte que son premier métier de consultant chez Bain n'était pas fait pour lui. À 37 ans, Louis Chatriot ne se départit pas d'un côté enfantin. Il aime apprendre. Comprendre. Ce passionné de sciences et de technologie a créé son premier programme à 7 ans - un mot de passe - sur un Genius 2000. Au point d'énerver sa petite sœur. Aujourd'hui, il est insatiable sur l'algèbre de Boole et les Legos Technic. Son passe-temps actuel. Si vous ne savez pas ce que c'est, le mieux c'est encore de l'écouter vous l'expliquer, avec passion. Critique sur l'éducation scolaire, le Polytechnicien de formation place le jeu comme l'une des meilleures méthodes d'apprentissage. Il a ainsi toujours pensé que c'est la traction qui faisait avancer plutôt que la pression. Comme pour la croissance d'une entreprise. Comme pour une équipe. Se définissant comme exigeant, il place la discipline comme la valeur cardinale d'un développement réussi d'une entreprise, sans pour autant affirmer qu'il réussit dans cette quête. Attaché à un équilibre vie pro/vie personnelle, ce personnage facétieux n'imagine pas travailler sans s'amuser. “Ma vision du travail c'est d'être sérieux sans se prendre au sérieux”

Coop et Canap'
Episode 43 - Petits cultes entre chat-mis

Coop et Canap'

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 153:30


Même si on passe notre temps à dire que c'est la saison 4, c'est bien la saison 5 de Coop et Canap qui démarre sous vos oreilles ébahies. Une saison 5 qui démarre en grande pompe avec au programme du jeu indé comme s'il en pleuvait : Tinykin, Farthest Frontier, Stray, Cursed to golf et Cult of the lamb. Bien sur, on ne perd pas les bonnes habitudes avec les rubriques habituelles : le quiz, le viseur et la pistoche ! Le site - www.coopetcanap.comTwitch - https://twitch.tv/coopetcanapTwitter - https://twitter.com/CoopEtCanap Gmail - coopetcanap@gmail.com Music by Adhesive Wombat - www.soundcloud.com/adhesivewombatGénérique de fin - OST de Cult of the lamb

Do you die in hell or stay alive?
Achille pousse un râle terrible et décharge sur le canapé, sa tante lui fouille le rectum avec deux doigts, le bougre jouit une seconde fois

Do you die in hell or stay alive?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 0:59


Fais pas Chier_T'es Toxic ProMax
Flore de lille entre dans la pièce, elle trouve son neveu Achille allongé en pyjama sur le canapé, il semble dormir, à côté de lui

Fais pas Chier_T'es Toxic ProMax

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 1:40


Darrers podcast - Ràdio Rosselló
Concurs de Canapès Sant Antolí 2022 - Associació de Dones Al-Kanissia

Darrers podcast - Ràdio Rosselló

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022


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Cancelled Culture TODAY
Elle le repousse sur le canapé et enjambe Marc. Elle lui frotte sa chatte sur le visage en vociférant : Le salaud profite de la faiblesse

Cancelled Culture TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 1:00


Real Life French
Le canap'

Real Life French

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 6:23


Louise : Julien, y a rien qui te choque dans le salon là ?! Julien : Euuuh bah non … On a tout remis à sa place après le match je crois … Louise : Et les miettes de chips partout sur le canap, y'a que moi que ça choque ? T'aurais au moins pu passer l'aspi ! Julien : Ah oui oups… T'as raison ! Je vais le passer tout de suite, et pour me faire pardonner, je serai de corvée de vaisselle pendant 1 semaine !  Louise : Et qu'ça brille alors ! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Km42 - Running - Trail - Lifestyle
Medhi : de son canapé à organisateur de course

Km42 - Running - Trail - Lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 80:09


Il y a 4 ans Medhi parvenait à s'extirper de son canapé pour se mettre à la course à pied. Nous en avions parlé il y a quelques mois ensemble. Et à l'époque il venait de boucler son premier 24 heures.Depuis Medhi a fait deux marathons, un ultra et à traversé toute la France en bus pour aller courir le Marathon du Mont Blanc. Mais surtout, Medhi s'est lancé dans l'organisation de sa première course. Il a tellement aimé son premier 24h qu'il a décidé d'organiser le sien dans sa commune.Alors comment organise-t-on une course ? Quelles sont les contraintes ? Les difficultés ? Pourquoi est-ce que ça coûte de l'argent ? Et comment choisir le cadeau finisher ? Maillot ou médaille ?Et si j'ai invité Medhi à venir parler de sa course, c'est parce qu'il y a une autre raison personnelle. Et vous allez la découvrir dans cet épisode.Inscription à la course : https://www.nextrun.fr/course/inscriptions-avis/sport/3077/endurance-hermeland/2022Suivre Medhi sur Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/medhi_running/Le compte Instagram de la course : https://www.instagram.com/endurance_hermeland/Les bonus du podcast (dont mes recettes de cuisine) : https://bertrandsoulier.com/bonusMes programmes sport : https://bertrandsoulier.com/programmes-sport/Réserve ton accompagnement : https://calendly.com/bertrandsoulier/accompagnement-sportif-mentalMon site avec tous les épisodes, mon parcours, des recettes, des récits de course : https://bertrandsoulier.comLa chaîne YouTube du Hamsters Running Club : http://bertrand.video/hamstersRejoindre la communauté du Hamsters Running Club : https://membres.hamstersrunning.club/ Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.

Binouze USA
Episode 207 Delirium Tremens avec Creepers (VHS & Canapé)

Binouze USA

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 102:49


De retour de la pause estivale on reçoit un invité spécial pour déguster la fameuse ale belge.  Intro et outro: Big Patate par Ruff N Ready  Binouze USA fait partie du label Podcut. Retrouvez tous les podcasts du label sur www.podcut.studio. Vous pouvez aussi aider le label en allant sur www.patreon.com/podcut.   

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In essence, all of these are the same: a way to whet the appetite before lunch or dinner. The differences are in the ingredients and how each one is served. Small bites are a wonderful way to explore combinations of flavors and cooking techniques without having to go all out and serve them as a main course. Creativity, presentation, and bold flavors are key for setting the tone at any event…. Depending on who, where, and what, for a cocktail party plan for at least 6 different ones. Make sure there is something for everyone including gluten-free, vegan, and yes, even carnivores. A basic rule is to calculate 3 bites of each per person. When it is for before lunch or a dinner, make 2 or 3 different ones and calculate 2 bites per person. Appetizers The word “appetizer” is also used as a first course and anything from soup to salad. Apps, - as they are now abbreviated are not to be confused with the other apps we are all addicted to- can be anything from meatballs to nachos and can include mac & cheese, stuffed jalapeños, and even a make-your-own taco bar. It is not so much the actual food, but the time in which it is eaten and how they are served, mainly in front of the TV while watching a sports event. Or in small plates on a buffet spread, or at a tailgate party… Yes, one can create a whole meal based on apps…. but I think the meal now is called something else…. like perhaps dinner? To drink: Cold beer Hors d'oeuvres are what is served before dinner during the cocktail hour. These could be anything from cheese puffs to baby tomatoes dipped in salt. The point is that they are eaten with your fingers and are one bite. And meant to be delicate, elegant, and savory. They can be over the top like caviar and oysters or just…bowls of nuts and olives. I use them to set the tone for the dinner so that the hors d'oeuvres are part of the menu. For example, if dinner is a very cheesy main course like lasagna or a terrine, then I don't serve cheesy hors d'oeuvres. And if I am not serving a big meat course, I can then serve jamón serrano or mini meatballs to make the whole meal complete. To drink: Chilled white wine Canapés are small bite-sized pieces of bread, pastry, or crackers with a savory topping served with cocktails at receptions. With toppings like caviar, smoked salmon, patê, and cheese, canapés are meant to be delicate, decadent and elegant, served on trays or platers and passed around by waiters. No one has ever been invited to a canapé party (that I know of) but you can expect to have them served at embassies and business receptions in elegant hotels. To drink: Icy Champagne Mezze What is served in Turkey, Greece, and some Middle Eastern countries before lunch and dinner with drinks. Including olives, dips, vegetable dishes, cured fish, salads, and different types of bread. Here is where babaganoush, hummus, and dolmas are served along with tabouleh, tzatziki, and kebabs. Sometimes mezze can also be a whole meal to pick and choose as you like. Served very much like a buffet, where all the dishes are arranged on the table and you eat as much or as little as you like. The mixture of flavors and aromas is just fabulous. To drink: Mint Iced Tea Tapas are served throughout Spain only before lunch. It is said that they were first used as the “lid” for a mid-day glass of wine… and yes, the base of it was bread topped with cheese or ham or chorizo. Now, of course, all sorts of bite-size delicacies are served as tapas. My favorites are fried eggplant sticks with honey, ham croquetas, and gambas al ajillo. At home, they are served all at the same time to nibble with your drink. Seasonal products are brought out and showcased, and classics like fried morcilla, ensaladilla rusa, and shrimp fritters can all be part of tapas. Also some slices of Jamon Serrano, manchego cheese, and picos those hard mini breadsticks so popular in Spain. To drink: Tinto de Verano Aperitivo is served before dinner. Also a small bite-size dish of something savory to have with a glass of wine or cocktail. From nuts to chunks of parmesan, charcuterie, bread, and seasonal fruit, not to be confused with antipasto which, even if it is also bits of this and that and served as a first course, is served at the table for all to nibble. Favorite Drink: ProseccoDiary of a Serial Hostess is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a paid subscriber.Recipes:Appetizer Shrimp Skewers with Herb Mayonnaise  Serves 4 A different take on garlic shrimp, in this recipe, large shrimp are flavored with red pepper flakes and parmesan cheese. You can also use whatever shrimp is available at the market as this recipe works just fine with large jumbo ones and small salad ones, just adjust the cooking time accordingly. As with any recipe, it is all about the presentation.1/2 cup olive oil3 tablespoons hot red pepper flakes 4 cloves of garlic, peeled and finely chopped 1/4 teaspoon of sea salt and ground black pepper2 pounds  raw shrimp, peeled and deveined (6 per person) 1/4 cup grated parmesan cheeseSoak 8 wood skewers in water for 30 minutes. In a bowl, combine the olive oil, pepper flakes, and garlic; season with salt and pepper. Let it rest for 20 minutes for the flavors to meld.Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.Thread 2 or 3 shrimp in each skewer (depending on the size) and arrange them in one layer on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper or in a baking dish to fit. Brush the marinade on one side, flip over and brush on the other side. Let the shrimp rest for about 10 minutes before cooking. Sprinkle with the parmesan and cook in the oven for about 8-10 minutes until pink and cooked through. Serve warm or at room temperature. Herb Mayonnaise Makes about 2 cups Deliciously aromatic, this sauce is also great on burgers and potatoes. I love using butter for creaminess and delicate flavor and olive oil for substance and a more robust profile. You can use one type of herb or mix a few of them. Do use the full 6 tablespoons for a bright green sauce. Any leftovers will keep in the fridge for up to three days.  1 egg yolk1 whole large egg 2 tablespoons lemon juice6 tablespoons mixed soft herbs like basil, tarragon, chives, and parsley 1 cup (8 tablespoons) butter, hot    1/2 cup olive oil 1/4 teaspoon salt (more to taste) In a blender, add the egg yolk and the egg with lemon juice and herbs. Blend for a few minutes, scraping the sides to make sure all the herbs are getting pureed. In a stream and with the motor running, add the butter and olive oil until all amalgamated and thick, like mayonnaise. Season with salt and taste to adjust. Chill until ready to serve. Hors d'OeuvreParmesan Crisps with Salmon Caviar Makes 20 approx. Totally addictive to both eat and make, these crisps are also great to use as a garnish for soups and instead of croutons for salads. They are quite salty -baking the cheese brings out its most pungent flavor and so, a little sour cream balances out the flavors. 2 cups grated Parmesan cheese1 cup sour cream4 oz salmon caviar Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. On a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper, make 1 teaspoon mound with the parmesan cheese, separated about 3 inches. Bake in the oven for 10 minutes until the cheese is totally melted and lightly golden. Repeat with the rest of the cheese. Remove from the parchment paper and let them cool. Arrange the parmesan crisps on a serving platter, add a small dollop of sour cream, and top with a 1/2 teaspoon of salmon caviar. Serve immediately. Mezze Turkish Parsley Salad Serves 44 tablespoons olive oil 1 tablespoon red wine vinegar1 lemon, juiced 1/4 teaspoon each Sea Salt and black ground pepper 2 cups curly parsley, stems removed 2 cup flat leaf parsley leaves, stems removed1 cup diced tomatoes1 cup walnuts, roughly chopped 4 scallions, finely sliced In a salad bowl, whisk together the olive oil with the vinegar and lemon juice. Season with salt and ground pepper.Add the parsley,  tomatoes, walnuts, and scallions. Toss well and serve. Tapa Shrimp & Herb FrittersA fabulous way to use lots of herbs and feed lots of people, these fritters can be made with any combination of soft herbs that you like as long as the ratios stay the same. For example, cilantro, flat-leaf parsley, tarragon, etc.… and add more or less spice. Basically, these fritters are a canvas for all sorts of added flavors and endless combinations. Bread crumbs and eggs bind them to create dollar pancake-type fritters that are delicious served as a tapa or aperitivo. This is my favorite combination: 2 cups dill, large stems removed and finely chopped2 cups flat Italian parsley, stems removed and finely chopped2 cups chives leaves, stems removed and finely chopped1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper 1 cup plain breadcrumbs 1 cup shrimp, peeled and diced (cooked or uncooked) 6 large eggs, beaten1/2 teaspoon sea salt 1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper 1/4 cup olive oil for frying In a bowl, mix the herbs, seasonings, bread crumbs, shrimp, and eggs until all combined. Place half the olive oil in a large non-stick pan over medium heat. Using a spoon as the measure, add batter to the pan to make 3 or 4 fritters at a time. Cook for about 2 minutes per side, flattening them with the spatula until golden and crispy.  Add more oil if necessary to continue with the rest of the batter. Dry on paper towels and serve warm. Thank you for subscribing. Leave a comment or share this episode.

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In essence, all of these are the same: a way to whet the appetite before lunch or dinner. The differences are in the ingredients and how each one is served. Small bites are a wonderful way to explore combinations of flavors and cooking techniques without having to go all out and serve them as a main course. Creativity, presentation, and bold flavors are key for setting the tone at any event…. Depending on who, where, and what, for a cocktail party plan for at least 6 different ones. Make sure there is something for everyone including gluten-free, vegan, and yes, even carnivores. A basic rule is to calculate 3 bites of each per person. When it is for before lunch or a dinner, make 2 or 3 different ones and calculate 2 bites per person. Appetizers The word “appetizer” is also used as a first course and anything from soup to salad. Apps, - as they are now abbreviated are not to be confused with the other apps we are all addicted to- can be anything from meatballs to nachos and can include mac & cheese, stuffed jalapeños, and even a make-your-own taco bar. It is not so much the actual food, but the time in which it is eaten and how they are served, mainly in front of the TV while watching a sports event. Or in small plates on a buffet spread, or at a tailgate party… Yes, one can create a whole meal based on apps…. but I think the meal now is called something else…. like perhaps dinner? To drink: Cold beer Hors d'oeuvres are what is served before dinner during the cocktail hour. These could be anything from cheese puffs to baby tomatoes dipped in salt. The point is that they are eaten with your fingers and are one bite. And meant to be delicate, elegant, and savory. They can be over the top like caviar and oysters or just…bowls of nuts and olives. I use them to set the tone for the dinner so that the hors d'oeuvres are part of the menu. For example, if dinner is a very cheesy main course like lasagna or a terrine, then I don't serve cheesy hors d'oeuvres. And if I am not serving a big meat course, I can then serve jamón serrano or mini meatballs to make the whole meal complete. To drink: Chilled white wine Canapés are small bite-sized pieces of bread, pastry, or crackers with a savory topping served with cocktails at receptions. With toppings like caviar, smoked salmon, patê, and cheese, canapés are meant to be delicate, decadent and elegant, served on trays or platers and passed around by waiters. No one has ever been invited to a canapé party (that I know of) but you can expect to have them served at embassies and business receptions in elegant hotels. To drink: Icy Champagne Mezze What is served in Turkey, Greece, and some Middle Eastern countries before lunch and dinner with drinks. Including olives, dips, vegetable dishes, cured fish, salads, and different types of bread. Here is where babaganoush, hummus, and dolmas are served along with tabouleh, tzatziki, and kebabs. Sometimes mezze can also be a whole meal to pick and choose as you like. Served very much like a buffet, where all the dishes are arranged on the table and you eat as much or as little as you like. The mixture of flavors and aromas is just fabulous. To drink: Mint Iced Tea Tapas are served throughout Spain only before lunch. It is said that they were first used as the “lid” for a mid-day glass of wine… and yes, the base of it was bread topped with cheese or ham or chorizo. Now, of course, all sorts of bite-size delicacies are served as tapas. My favorites are fried eggplant sticks with honey, ham croquetas, and gambas al ajillo. At home, they are served all at the same time to nibble with your drink. Seasonal products are brought out and showcased, and classics like fried morcilla, ensaladilla rusa, and shrimp fritters can all be part of tapas. Also some slices of Jamon Serrano, manchego cheese, and picos those hard mini breadsticks so popular in Spain. To drink: Tinto de Verano Aperitivo is served before dinner. Also a small bite-size dish of something savory to have with a glass of wine or cocktail. From nuts to chunks of parmesan, charcuterie, bread, and seasonal fruit, not to be confused with antipasto which, even if it is also bits of this and that and served as a first course, is served at the table for all to nibble. Favorite Drink: ProseccoDiary of a Serial Hostess is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a paid subscriber.Recipes:Appetizer Shrimp Skewers with Herb Mayonnaise  Serves 4 A different take on garlic shrimp, in this recipe, large shrimp are flavored with red pepper flakes and parmesan cheese. You can also use whatever shrimp is available at the market as this recipe works just fine with large jumbo ones and small salad ones, just adjust the cooking time accordingly. As with any recipe, it is all about the presentation.1/2 cup olive oil3 tablespoons hot red pepper flakes 4 cloves of garlic, peeled and finely chopped 1/4 teaspoon of sea salt and ground black pepper2 pounds  raw shrimp, peeled and deveined (6 per person) 1/4 cup grated parmesan cheeseSoak 8 wood skewers in water for 30 minutes. In a bowl, combine the olive oil, pepper flakes, and garlic; season with salt and pepper. Let it rest for 20 minutes for the flavors to meld.Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.Thread 2 or 3 shrimp in each skewer (depending on the size) and arrange them in one layer on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper or in a baking dish to fit. Brush the marinade on one side, flip over and brush on the other side. Let the shrimp rest for about 10 minutes before cooking. Sprinkle with the parmesan and cook in the oven for about 8-10 minutes until pink and cooked through. Serve warm or at room temperature. Herb Mayonnaise Makes about 2 cups Deliciously aromatic, this sauce is also great on burgers and potatoes. I love using butter for creaminess and delicate flavor and olive oil for substance and a more robust profile. You can use one type of herb or mix a few of them. Do use the full 6 tablespoons for a bright green sauce. Any leftovers will keep in the fridge for up to three days.  1 egg yolk1 whole large egg 2 tablespoons lemon juice6 tablespoons mixed soft herbs like basil, tarragon, chives, and parsley 1 cup (8 tablespoons) butter, hot    1/2 cup olive oil 1/4 teaspoon salt (more to taste) In a blender, add the egg yolk and the egg with lemon juice and herbs. Blend for a few minutes, scraping the sides to make sure all the herbs are getting pureed. In a stream and with the motor running, add the butter and olive oil until all amalgamated and thick, like mayonnaise. Season with salt and taste to adjust. Chill until ready to serve. Hors d'OeuvreParmesan Crisps with Salmon Caviar Makes 20 approx. Totally addictive to both eat and make, these crisps are also great to use as a garnish for soups and instead of croutons for salads. They are quite salty -baking the cheese brings out its most pungent flavor and so, a little sour cream balances out the flavors. 2 cups grated Parmesan cheese1 cup sour cream4 oz salmon caviar Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. On a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper, make 1 teaspoon mound with the parmesan cheese, separated about 3 inches. Bake in the oven for 10 minutes until the cheese is totally melted and lightly golden. Repeat with the rest of the cheese. Remove from the parchment paper and let them cool. Arrange the parmesan crisps on a serving platter, add a small dollop of sour cream, and top with a 1/2 teaspoon of salmon caviar. Serve immediately. Mezze Turkish Parsley Salad Serves 44 tablespoons olive oil 1 tablespoon red wine vinegar1 lemon, juiced 1/4 teaspoon each Sea Salt and black ground pepper 2 cups curly parsley, stems removed 2 cup flat leaf parsley leaves, stems removed1 cup diced tomatoes1 cup walnuts, roughly chopped 4 scallions, finely sliced In a salad bowl, whisk together the olive oil with the vinegar and lemon juice. Season with salt and ground pepper.Add the parsley,  tomatoes, walnuts, and scallions. Toss well and serve. Tapa Shrimp & Herb FrittersA fabulous way to use lots of herbs and feed lots of people, these fritters can be made with any combination of soft herbs that you like as long as the ratios stay the same. For example, cilantro, flat-leaf parsley, tarragon, etc.… and add more or less spice. Basically, these fritters are a canvas for all sorts of added flavors and endless combinations. Bread crumbs and eggs bind them to create dollar pancake-type fritters that are delicious served as a tapa or aperitivo. This is my favorite combination: 2 cups dill, large stems removed and finely chopped2 cups flat Italian parsley, stems removed and finely chopped2 cups chives leaves, stems removed and finely chopped1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper 1 cup plain breadcrumbs 1 cup shrimp, peeled and diced (cooked or uncooked) 6 large eggs, beaten1/2 teaspoon sea salt 1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper 1/4 cup olive oil for frying In a bowl, mix the herbs, seasonings, bread crumbs, shrimp, and eggs until all combined. Place half the olive oil in a large non-stick pan over medium heat. Using a spoon as the measure, add batter to the pan to make 3 or 4 fritters at a time. Cook for about 2 minutes per side, flattening them with the spatula until golden and crispy.  Add more oil if necessary to continue with the rest of the batter. Dry on paper towels and serve warm. Thank you for subscribing. Leave a comment or share this episode.

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In essence, all of these are the same: a way to whet the appetite before lunch or dinner. The differences are in the ingredients and how each one is served. Small bites are a wonderful way to explore combinations of flavors and cooking techniques without having to go all out and serve them as a main course. Creativity, presentation, and bold flavors are key for setting the tone at any event…. Depending on who, where, and what, for a cocktail party plan for at least 6 different ones. Make sure there is something for everyone including gluten-free, vegan, and yes, even carnivores. A basic rule is to calculate 3 bites of each per person. When it is for before lunch or a dinner, make 2 or 3 different ones and calculate 2 bites per person. Appetizers The word “appetizer” is also used as a first course and anything from soup to salad. Apps, - as they are now abbreviated are not to be confused with the other apps we are all addicted to- can be anything from meatballs to nachos and can include mac & cheese, stuffed jalapeños, and even a make-your-own taco bar. It is not so much the actual food, but the time in which it is eaten and how they are served, mainly in front of the TV while watching a sports event. Or in small plates on a buffet spread, or at a tailgate party… Yes, one can create a whole meal based on apps…. but I think the meal now is called something else…. like perhaps dinner? To drink: Cold beer Hors d'oeuvres are what is served before dinner during the cocktail hour. These could be anything from cheese puffs to baby tomatoes dipped in salt. The point is that they are eaten with your fingers and are one bite. And meant to be delicate, elegant, and savory. They can be over the top like caviar and oysters or just…bowls of nuts and olives. I use them to set the tone for the dinner so that the hors d'oeuvres are part of the menu. For example, if dinner is a very cheesy main course like lasagna or a terrine, then I don't serve cheesy hors d'oeuvres. And if I am not serving a big meat course, I can then serve jamón serrano or mini meatballs to make the whole meal complete. To drink: Chilled white wine Canapés are small bite-sized pieces of bread, pastry, or crackers with a savory topping served with cocktails at receptions. With toppings like caviar, smoked salmon, patê, and cheese, canapés are meant to be delicate, decadent and elegant, served on trays or platers and passed around by waiters. No one has ever been invited to a canapé party (that I know of) but you can expect to have them served at embassies and business receptions in elegant hotels. To drink: Icy Champagne Mezze What is served in Turkey, Greece, and some Middle Eastern countries before lunch and dinner with drinks. Including olives, dips, vegetable dishes, cured fish, salads, and different types of bread. Here is where babaganoush, hummus, and dolmas are served along with tabouleh, tzatziki, and kebabs. Sometimes mezze can also be a whole meal to pick and choose as you like. Served very much like a buffet, where all the dishes are arranged on the table and you eat as much or as little as you like. The mixture of flavors and aromas is just fabulous. To drink: Mint Iced Tea Tapas are served throughout Spain only before lunch. It is said that they were first used as the “lid” for a mid-day glass of wine… and yes, the base of it was bread topped with cheese or ham or chorizo. Now, of course, all sorts of bite-size delicacies are served as tapas. My favorites are fried eggplant sticks with honey, ham croquetas, and gambas al ajillo. At home, they are served all at the same time to nibble with your drink. Seasonal products are brought out and showcased, and classics like fried morcilla, ensaladilla rusa, and shrimp fritters can all be part of tapas. Also some slices of Jamon Serrano, manchego cheese, and picos those hard mini breadsticks so popular in Spain. To drink: Tinto de Verano Aperitivo is served before dinner. Also a small bite-size dish of something savory to have with a glass of wine or cocktail. From nuts to chunks of parmesan, charcuterie, bread, and seasonal fruit, not to be confused with antipasto which, even if it is also bits of this and that and served as a first course, is served at the table for all to nibble. Favorite Drink: ProseccoDiary of a Serial Hostess is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a paid subscriber.Recipes:Appetizer Shrimp Skewers with Herb Mayonnaise  Serves 4 A different take on garlic shrimp, in this recipe, large shrimp are flavored with red pepper flakes and parmesan cheese. You can also use whatever shrimp is available at the market as this recipe works just fine with large jumbo ones and small salad ones, just adjust the cooking time accordingly. As with any recipe, it is all about the presentation.1/2 cup olive oil3 tablespoons hot red pepper flakes 4 cloves of garlic, peeled and finely chopped 1/4 teaspoon of sea salt and ground black pepper2 pounds  raw shrimp, peeled and deveined (6 per person) 1/4 cup grated parmesan cheeseSoak 8 wood skewers in water for 30 minutes. In a bowl, combine the olive oil, pepper flakes, and garlic; season with salt and pepper. Let it rest for 20 minutes for the flavors to meld.Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.Thread 2 or 3 shrimp in each skewer (depending on the size) and arrange them in one layer on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper or in a baking dish to fit. Brush the marinade on one side, flip over and brush on the other side. Let the shrimp rest for about 10 minutes before cooking. Sprinkle with the parmesan and cook in the oven for about 8-10 minutes until pink and cooked through. Serve warm or at room temperature. Herb Mayonnaise Makes about 2 cups Deliciously aromatic, this sauce is also great on burgers and potatoes. I love using butter for creaminess and delicate flavor and olive oil for substance and a more robust profile. You can use one type of herb or mix a few of them. Do use the full 6 tablespoons for a bright green sauce. Any leftovers will keep in the fridge for up to three days.  1 egg yolk1 whole large egg 2 tablespoons lemon juice6 tablespoons mixed soft herbs like basil, tarragon, chives, and parsley 1 cup (8 tablespoons) butter, hot    1/2 cup olive oil 1/4 teaspoon salt (more to taste) In a blender, add the egg yolk and the egg with lemon juice and herbs. Blend for a few minutes, scraping the sides to make sure all the herbs are getting pureed. In a stream and with the motor running, add the butter and olive oil until all amalgamated and thick, like mayonnaise. Season with salt and taste to adjust. Chill until ready to serve. Hors d'OeuvreParmesan Crisps with Salmon Caviar Makes 20 approx. Totally addictive to both eat and make, these crisps are also great to use as a garnish for soups and instead of croutons for salads. They are quite salty -baking the cheese brings out its most pungent flavor and so, a little sour cream balances out the flavors. 2 cups grated Parmesan cheese1 cup sour cream4 oz salmon caviar Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. On a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper, make 1 teaspoon mound with the parmesan cheese, separated about 3 inches. Bake in the oven for 10 minutes until the cheese is totally melted and lightly golden. Repeat with the rest of the cheese. Remove from the parchment paper and let them cool. Arrange the parmesan crisps on a serving platter, add a small dollop of sour cream, and top with a 1/2 teaspoon of salmon caviar. Serve immediately. Mezze Turkish Parsley Salad Serves 44 tablespoons olive oil 1 tablespoon red wine vinegar1 lemon, juiced 1/4 teaspoon each Sea Salt and black ground pepper 2 cups curly parsley, stems removed 2 cup flat leaf parsley leaves, stems removed1 cup diced tomatoes1 cup walnuts, roughly chopped 4 scallions, finely sliced In a salad bowl, whisk together the olive oil with the vinegar and lemon juice. Season with salt and ground pepper.Add the parsley,  tomatoes, walnuts, and scallions. Toss well and serve. Tapa Shrimp & Herb FrittersA fabulous way to use lots of herbs and feed lots of people, these fritters can be made with any combination of soft herbs that you like as long as the ratios stay the same. For example, cilantro, flat-leaf parsley, tarragon, etc.… and add more or less spice. Basically, these fritters are a canvas for all sorts of added flavors and endless combinations. Bread crumbs and eggs bind them to create dollar pancake-type fritters that are delicious served as a tapa or aperitivo. This is my favorite combination: 2 cups dill, large stems removed and finely chopped2 cups flat Italian parsley, stems removed and finely chopped2 cups chives leaves, stems removed and finely chopped1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper 1 cup plain breadcrumbs 1 cup shrimp, peeled and diced (cooked or uncooked) 6 large eggs, beaten1/2 teaspoon sea salt 1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper 1/4 cup olive oil for frying In a bowl, mix the herbs, seasonings, bread crumbs, shrimp, and eggs until all combined. Place half the olive oil in a large non-stick pan over medium heat. Using a spoon as the measure, add batter to the pan to make 3 or 4 fritters at a time. Cook for about 2 minutes per side, flattening them with the spatula until golden and crispy.  Add more oil if necessary to continue with the rest of the batter. Dry on paper towels and serve warm. Thank you for subscribing. Leave a comment or share this episode.

Par Jupiter !
Promotion canapé : une comédie à la Poste

Par Jupiter !

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 4:48


durée : 00:04:48 - Voyage en Comédie - Dans cette comédie française réalisée par Didier Kaminka, sorti en 1990, deux jeunes postières arrivent à Paris, et découvrent que pour évoluer, il faut obtenir des "promotions canapé". Le harcèlement sexuel n'est jamais loin...

The Competitive Edge
Special Episode: Clerkships, canapés and competition law at Gilbert + Tobin

The Competitive Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 32:05


Why should you start your legal career in Australia's leading competition and regulation practice? Recent grads Asha Keaney and Amelia Douglass, partners Louise Klamka and Charles Coorey, and some old friends who've moved on to great things let us know in this special episode. Hear what they think about the people, the opportunities and the firm's focus on innovation and social impact. Subscribe to the podcast mailing list - https://bit.ly/3SmIXaJ  Visit our website for details regarding the selection process for each office and to access the application form  https://www.gtlaw.com.au/careers/students/clerks Students can also get in touch with us via gtcareers@gtlaw.com.au Meet the Gilbert + Tobin Competition + Regulation team Try our competition law cryptic crossword like Justice Wigney would want you to See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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Coco Chanel had a famous quote stating, “Simplicity is the keynote of all true elegance." She also said that “The best things in life are free, the second-best really expensive”. This goes hand in hand with the saying “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” And, even though, this quote was penned by Clare Boothe Luce and not Leonardo da Vinci as it is widely known, what I do know is that really good “simple” is really hard to do. (Yes, you can quote me on this!) Simplicity does not equate to low quality or inferiority. Nor does luxury always represent the most expensive. It is the knowledge of what should be that differentiates good taste and… not so much. We all know the sayings: “Less is more”, and “Keep it Simple” and the point is that yes, simple luxury is re-thinking what makes us happy, and loving the luxury of simple things is not only healthy but also the way to a happier life. In the world of entertaining at home, a luxurious meal is not necessarily an expensive one. A simple dish of the most delicious pasta may be simple but, homemade, well cooked, just rightly dressed, and beautifully served is luxury onto its self. Absolutely. And it is definitely a luxury for me. As are ripe summer tomatoes, juicy figs, and that perfect crisp apple. The luxury of the meal is in the care that has been taken to prepare it, fewer better ingredients are always more luxurious than a lot of something mediocre. When I first lived in Palm Beach, gosh a million years ago, really fancy friends would bring the food for their weekends in their private planes. Local grocery shopping was very limited at the time, and so, their luxury was having New York groceries. Could they have survived the weekend without microgreens? Possibly. Did they want to? No. To me, simple luxury is an ironed white linen napkin. It is getting into a well-made bed, it is an impromptu afternoon with friends. Luxury is time spent with my sisters, and being able to take walks in this beautiful city that I live in. Luxury is a simple meal of fresh garden vegetables under a shady pergola and any dish that involves eggs and potatoes. The pleasure of looking at polished silver and picking flowers from my garden. And yes, an air conditioner and a tv in the bedroom. We all have our lists, right? Simple luxury at home is a well-curated and edited room that is comfortable and pleasant to be in; jarring edges spoil the sense of serenity and wellbeing. When I think about luxury, the word that comes to mind is authenticity. What is real and authentic is also… simple. It is not about more, it is really about less but better.(You can quote me on this too!)Many years ago, when a corner at home didn't look quite right, my immediate reaction was to add more pillows. Masses of pillows would normally cover any defect. What I have learned now is that pillows may hide the issue but the ugly sofa is still ugly. The same goes for life, I learned that one has to get to the essence of the problem, not just cover it with fluff. Why is this anecdote in this story you ask? Well, because, editing and curating and removing and restoring are all part of finding the simple luxuries both at home and in our personal lives. At the table, think about white linens, white porcelain plates, fine crystal, horn cutlery, and silver candlesticks with long ivory tapered candles. Simple? Yes. Luxurious? Absolutely. Expensive? Most likely. Curating and editing the spaces we live in is an exercise in restrain. I love well-lived houses with layers and patina. Objects and decor of travel mementos and favorite pieces that bring good memories and the feeling of home. Our homes, tables, and food represent who we are, that creativity that we produce every day is the image of our heart and soul. Simplicity is not about soul-less rooms or unadorned tables, it is about removing excess and clutter; it is about the luxury of less. (You can quote me on this too!) It is about finding the true essence of what makes a simple house a home, simple food a feast, and any day a pleasure. Luxury is personal, individual, and subjective. What is a luxury to me, maybe the norm for you, what is simple for me, can be a luxury for you. Once basics are covered, luxury becomes aspirational and extraordinary, not because of expense but because of uniqueness. So, enjoy the basics, those simple things that are often taken for granted. Warm bread from the oven, a walk on the beach, or an afternoon nap… Sincerely, The Serial Hostess Diary of a Serial Hostess is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a paid subscriber.Check Out: Birds of a Feather Let Me Tell You! When You Are Not InvitedThank You! Thank you, dear readers, for subscribing to Diary of a Serial Hostess. I am glad to say that this newsletter will keep developing and growing with more subjects, recipes, and high society scoop! I have never been great at monetizing my intellectual property and want to share my musings with as many people interested in reading. And so, I encourage you to support my work, and yes, as much as I love to produce these newsletters, they are “work”. And I do believe we all need to be compensated for what we do. It takes time and effort. Time to produce and write the newsletters, trips to the supermarket, days in the kitchen developing recipes, hours behind the camera and flowers, lots of flowers. Luckily, Substack offers many ways to support us writers… you can subscribe, give a subscription, donate a subscription, and even become a founding member. It will also help me immensely if you share with friends and on social media, like, and comment. Thank you, again for being part of Diary of a Serial Hostess. Sincerely,Victoria The Perfect Soft-Boiled EggTalking about the luxury of simple things… Addicted as I am to eggs, I love them every which way except with a runny white. Fried, scrambled, boiled, poached and with nearly anything, eggs add richness, softness, and flavor to practically everything from soups to… desserts. To make soft yolks and hard whites:Allow the egg to come to room temperature and lose the chill from the fridge (about 30 minutes)Bring a pan of water to a full boil. Add the egg using a spoon (so you don't crack the egg, but most importantly so you don't burn your fingers) and cook for exactly 4 minutes. Yes, use a timer. Remove using the same spoon and either serve right away or chill until ready to use. Coming Up: The Categories of Friends. About those Apps: Tapas, Mezes, and Canapés. Thank you for subscribing. Leave a comment or share this episode.

Ça peut vous arriver
L'INTÉGRALE - Elle n'arrive pas à se faire rembourser son canapé suite au décès de sa maman

Ça peut vous arriver

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 134:12


En octobre 2020, la maman d'Alexandra souhaite investir dans un nouveau canapé. Elle trouve son bonheur à 1.732 euros et signe un bon de commande. Elle paye la moitié du canapé le jour-même, soit 866 euros et payera la suite environ 6 semaines avant la livraison. On lui annonce un délai d'environ 9 semaines pour la livraison. Fin novembre, la maman d'Alexandra décède subitement... Les mois suivants, Alexandra tente par tous les moyens de trouver un arrangement avec le magasin pour son remboursement, pour ce cas de force majeur. N'ayant pas de nouvelles de leur part, Alexandra envoie un courrier recommandé en octobre 2021. Quelques semaines plus tard, le magasin accepte le remboursement, mais demande de nombreux documents. Tout est envoyé, mais encore une fois Alexandra n'a plus de nouvelles... Écoutez "Ça peut vous arriver", du lundi au vendredi de 09h30 à 12h30 sur RTL. Laissez votre message sur rtl.fr, au 3210 ou sur la page Facebook de l'émission.

VA+ en podcasts
Jean-Marie Le Pen : confessions sur canapé

VA+ en podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 47:52


Figure historique de la droite nationale française, Jean-Marie le Pen a reçu Valeurs actuelles pour un long entretien au sujet de son parcours politique, mais aussi concernant la dernière campagne présidentielle qui a vu le camp patriote s'entre-déchirer entre Marine Le Pen et Eric Zemmour.

Km42 - Running - Trail - Lifestyle
Diane : de son canapé à ses premiers dossards sur 5km + courir en Norvège

Km42 - Running - Trail - Lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 94:13


Nous partons en Norvège pour discuter avec Diane. Elle a commencé à courir il y a deux ans et a participé à premières courses de 5km. Son Everest à elle. Et nous avons discuté de son parcours et de Norvège.

Popcorn
Elle découvre des milliers de dollars dans un canapé d'occasion ! (Les Actus de PA)

Popcorn

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 19:34


Au programme des Actus de PA cette semaine : le "Lord of War" Viktor Bout échangé contre la basketteuse Brittney Griner, une solution pour la rivière la plus polluée au monde et une femme qui découvre des milliers de dollars cachés dans un canapé !Pour voir l'émission rendez-vous sur Twitch et YouTube !Vous pouvez aussi nous suivre sur nos réseaux sociaux :TwitterInstagramTikTokFacebook Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.

France Culture physique
Diamants sur canapé

France Culture physique

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 28:47


durée : 00:28:47 - Les Pieds sur terre - Laure, Pamela, Sonia et Nour ont une passion commune : les bijoux. Mais qu'elles les fabriquent, les vendent ou les collectionnent, elles ne sont jamais à l'abri des cambrioleurs. Deux récits de braquages avec des armes inattendues, entrecoupés de deux histoires d'amour fou pour les parures.

Les pieds sur terre
Diamants sur canapé

Les pieds sur terre

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 28:47


durée : 00:28:47 - Les Pieds sur terre - Laure, Pamela, Sonia et Nour ont une passion commune : les bijoux. Mais qu'elles les fabriquent, les vendent ou les collectionnent, elles ne sont jamais à l'abri des cambrioleurs. Deux récits de braquages avec des armes inattendues, entrecoupés de deux histoires d'amour fou pour les parures.

New York Style Guide
CHOTTO MATTE PARTNERS WITH PERUVIAN SWIMWEAR BRAND AGUACLARA TO HOST A SPECIAL MIAMI SWIM WEEK CELEBRATION

New York Style Guide

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022


CHOTTO MATTE PARTNERS WITH PERUVIAN SWIMWEAR BRAND AGUACLARA TO HOST A SPECIAL MIAMI SWIM WEEK CELEBRATION ON THURSDAY, JULY 14 Miami Hot Spot Showcases Aguaclara's 2023 Swimwear Collection with Exotic Cocktails and Canapés Party, Fashion Show and Weeklong Pop-Up Through July 18 Chotto Matte, the global restaurant brand that stylishly blends Japanese and Peruvian culinary ...

Madmoizelle
#192 — « Le canapé avait-il des orteils ? »

Madmoizelle

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 75:15


Ce dont on parle dans cet épisode de Laisse-moi kiffer :La playlist : « Se concentrer à s'en exploser les tempes »Le film À la poursuite de Ricky Baker de Taika WaititiLe film Jojo Rabbit de Taika WaititiLe film Qui veut la peau de Roger Rabbit ?Anthony Vincent à la Gaîté Lyrique le 20 mai à 14hKalindi Ramphul au Ground Control le 21 mai à 16hLe livre de Lyes Louffok, Dans l'enfer des foyersLes restos Philo saucisse et KIEZ saucisseL'article sur la mère de KalindiL'anniversaire surprise de la mère de KalindiLe lâche ta routine d'Anthony Vincent, son article sur les corsets et celui sur les meilleurs looks du Met Gala 2022Le film Babysitter de Monia ChokriLa vidéo sur la Manic Pixie Dream GirlAbonnez-vous :Sur Apple Podcasts • Sur Deezer • Sur Spotify Retrouvez-nous sur Insta :Laisse-moi kiffer (@laissemoikiffer)Aïda (@aitremadea)Manon (@manon_portanier)Anthony (@anthonyvnct)Mathis (@mathisgrosos)Crédits :Laisse-moi kiffer est un podcast de Madmoizelle présenté par Mathis Grosos. Avec Aïda Djoupa, Anthony Vincent et Kalindi Ramphul. Réalisation, musique et édition : Mathis Grosos. Production et rédaction en chef : Mymy Haegel. Direction générale : Marine Normand. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.

Laisse-Moi Kiffer
#192 — « Ce canapé avait-il des orteils ? »

Laisse-Moi Kiffer

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 75:15


Ce dont on parle dans cet épisode de Laisse-moi kiffer :La playlist : « Se concentrer à s'en exploser les tempes »Le film À la poursuite de Ricky Baker de Taika WaititiLe film Jojo Rabbit de Taika WaititiLe film Qui veut la peau de Roger Rabbit ?Anthony Vincent à la Gaîté Lyrique le 20 mai à 14hKalindi Ramphul au Ground Control le 21 mai à 16hLe livre de Lyes Louffok, Dans l'enfer des foyersLes restos Philo saucisse et KIEZ saucisseL'article sur la mère de KalindiL'anniversaire surprise de la mère de KalindiLe lâche ta routine d'Anthony Vincent, son article sur les corsets et celui sur les meilleurs looks du Met Gala 2022Le film Babysitter de Monia ChokriLa vidéo sur la Manic Pixie Dream GirlAbonnez-vous :Sur Apple Podcasts • Sur Deezer • Sur Spotify Retrouvez-nous sur Instagram :Laisse-moi kiffer (@laissemoikiffer)Aïda (@aitremadea)Manon (@manon_portanier)Anthony (@anthonyvnct)Mathis (@mathisgrosos)Crédits :Laisse-moi kiffer est un podcast de Madmoizelle présenté par Mathis Grosos. Avec Aïda Djoupa, Anthony Vincent et Kalindi Ramphul. Réalisation, musique et édition : Mathis Grosos. Production et rédaction en chef : Mymy Haegel. Direction générale : Marine Normand. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.

Extraterrien
#128 Grégoire Chevignard (Ultra Trail) - De mon canapé à la course la plus dure du monde

Extraterrien

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 87:51


Il y a un peu plus d'un an, je vous demandais vos livres préférés sur la course à pied ou le trail. Vous avez été nombreux à y répondre et j'ai tout soigneusement noté ! (Je vous prépare un article de blog sur le sujet). Nicolas me recommandait alors ce livre : De mon canapé à la course la plus dure du monde de Grégoire Chevignard. Super titre me suis-je dit ! Nous voilà fin de l'année je reprends cette liste et lis quelques lignes du livre auto biographique de Grégoire. Je me régale alors ni une ni deux, je le contacte sur linkedin et lui propose un appel. Il s'avère que Grégoire a déjà enregistré quelques podcasts (coucou DLTDC) et qu'il connait Extraterrien... "on peut faire ca demain" me dit-il. "Laisse moi lire ton livre" répondais-je en riant.Depuis j'ai relu le livre 2 fois, j'ai simplement adoré. Il est selon moi un incontournable dans le running.Dans celui-ci, Grégoire raconte sa découvre naive de la course à pied jusqu'à sa participation au marathon des sables et au Thor des Géants. C'est avec beaucoup d'humour qu'il parle des sujets du marketing, du choix des chaussures, des programmes, ou même de l'influence de la musique et du laçage de chaussure. Bref, je vous le recommande vivement.Alors forcément en rencontrant Grégoire, j'avais beaucoup de choses à lui dire. Et une certaine complicité était évidente. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.

L'appel trop con
Canapé clac-clac

L'appel trop con

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 3:26


Martin espérait que son canapé fasse "clic clac" lorsqu'il l'ouvrirait en lit mais il fait juste un bruit de ferraille. Il souhaite alors se faire rembourser ou échanger son canapé par un canapé qui fait vraiment Clic-Clac. En route, donc, pour un magasin de meubles ....

L'appel trop con
Canapé clac-clac

L'appel trop con

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 3:26


Martin espérait que son canapé fasse "clic clac" lorsqu'il l'ouvrirait en lit mais il fait juste un bruit de ferraille. Il souhaite alors se faire rembourser ou échanger son canapé par un canapé qui fait vraiment Clic-Clac. En route, donc, pour un magasin de meubles ....

Will & Woody
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Will & Woody

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2021 4:42


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