Hi, we're Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough. We've written three dozen cookbooks (with more on the way) and we're excited to talk about food and cooking on our podcast in which we get a little silly, a little serious, and find like-minded people who are just as into food as we are. This show is about a culinary ingredient that most of us never consider: ice There's more to it than just freezing water. We'll talk about making perfect ice cubes and using ice properly in cocktails. And Bruce interviews Emmanuel Laroche, the author of the upcoming book CONVERSATIONS BEHIND THE KITCHEN DOOR. Here are the segments of this episode of COOKING WITH BRUCE AND MARK: [00:59] You're putting ice in that? A frank discussion about a culinary ingredient nobody talks about! [14:17] Our one-minute cooking tip: making better ice. [16:00] Bruce's interview with Emmanuel Laroche, author of CONVERSATIONS BEHIND THE KITCHEN DOOR. [39:20] What's making us happy in food this week: spiced pickled peaches and champagne!
Join Suki and Dolo as they “unpack” Kevin Samuel's untimely death, what folks are watching, combatting micro aggressions in the office, check in and see if Dolo has done any new renovations to the crib, dating with kids, how we spent our Mother's Day and much more! Champagne anyone?
Wines: Uco's Playground Rosé, GSM Blend & MalbecGuest: Michael Evans, The VinesWhat does a political strategist facing burnout do? Go on vacation, of course! Michael Evans did just that in the early aughts after serving on several stressful presidential campaigns. His trip to Argentina was transformational and led him to the creation of The Vines.The Vines is wine tourism at its best - allowing participants to enjoy some of the world's best wine destinations while providing the opportunity to work with incredible winemakers to make their own wine - talk about a great souvenir!!!Sound intriguing? Listen to learn how Michael parlayed his own incredible vacation experience into a worldwide wine tourism business featuring properties and experiences in Argentina, Spain, Champagne, Italy and more!About UsBuy us a Mimosa!Wines To Find Podcast, Finalist in the 12th Annual TASTE AWARDS in four categories. -Best Drink or Beverage Program-Best New Series-Best Single Topic Series-Best Food or Drink PodcastWe have been listed in the Top 50 wine podcasts! https://blog.feedspot.com/wine_podcasts/==============Music from https://filmmusic.io "Night In Venice" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
Sign up to our newsletter for more in-depth insights | Follow us on LinkedIn Ray Dalio has described today's guest, “as a vacuum cleaner of learning”, and in this episode Karen Karniol-Tambour exhibits a formidable grasp of the challenges of today's investing environment. The conversation begins with a review of the current monetary challenge facing the Fed and leads into the dilemma for investors weaned on variations of the 60/40 benchmark. She explains Bridgewater's enthusiasm for inflation protection, for owning important exposure to broad commodities, through to the role gold should play. At the same time she explains succinctly why US equities might be the worst performing asset class in the decade ahead. She discusses why currencies could be an important source of return in a world of lacklustre performance, in a re-visit of the 1970s and 1980s. Karen finally explains how Bridgewater think about the systematic and fundamental way of approaching sustainable investing, as well as the sustainable fund that they have developed. The Money Maze Podcast is sponsored by Schroders, Bremont Watches and LiveTrade. Schroders is a global investment and wealth manager, with a purpose to provide excellent investment performance to clients, through active investment management. Bremont is an award-winning British company that produces beautifully engineered chronometers, designed to appeal to those who share the appreciation of a beautiful mechanical wristwatch. LiveTrade has changed the way fine wine is bought and sold worldwide. You can instantly buy and sell - or place bids and offers on - key wines from Bordeaux, Champagne, Italy and other world regions.
Billy's All Sports Report - including, AFL, NRL, A-League, NBA, cycling and EPL, Hump Day Quiz, Jay Z Clark's footy news, social media feedback, Peter Overton's slip-up, Marlion Pickett suspension upheld, how are you a born loser?, whos eligible for this year's AFL Hall Of Fame, Giaan Rooney on the Australian Swimming Championships, Billy's Joke See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As a 7th generation family-owned and run company, being sustainable means building towards the future for the next generations. That's the philosophy that has led Champagne Louis Roederer to move towards organic farming with biodynamic and permaculture principles since 2000. With 100% of its historic estate (50% of total vineyard holdings) certified organic, this process has had a significant impact on the quality of the fruit and wines as well as the bottom line. Jean-Baptiste Lecaillon, EVP and Chef du Cave at Champagne Louis Roederer and Xavier Barlier, SVP of Marketing and Communications of Maison Marques & Domaines USA (Roederer's import arm), tell us about this transition, strategy, and its market positioning. Don't forget to support the show on Patreon!Detailed Show Notes: Beginning in 2000, started moving farming towards organic, including some biodynamic and permaculture philosophiesOrganic is just stopping the use of herbicides and pesticides, but that's itBiodynamic practices for JBL are less about Rudolph Steiner's philosophy but more about paying attention to the land and ecosystem, aligned more with the permaculture movementAbout adding life back into the soil and building fertility, which comes with decreased use of copper and sulfur that are used in organic farmingWe can do this at Roederer because it's a family-owned business with 7 generations, building for the next generation and the futureRoederer does its own massale selection, own rootstocks, and compostImpact on growersImpacts more the future generation of growers, need to educate themRoederer single-vineyard ferments everything and tastes the growers on their own vineyardsAssigned a Roederer enologist dedicated to grower relationsOrganic trends in Champagne20 years ago - in 2020, 125ha (50% of estate)Organically certified vineyards are 100% of the historic estateOrganic vineyards are the Cristal and Vintage winesThe future of Champagne - maybe more of all 7 permitted varieties will play a role, with more of a focus on the genetic material of the vines Get access to library episodes See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jeremy Magan with the latest in French Football analyzed Ligue 1's Matchday 37th At the bottom of the table, Bordeaux will need a real miracle to avoid ligue 2 after a draw at home – although it was their 1st home clean sheet of the season. Saint-Etienne in an empty stadium lost to Reims and let Metz, winner at home against Angers, take the 18th spot with a better goal difference. PSG, for maybe the last away game with Mbappé in their ranks, won comfortable 4-0 in Montpellier. Lyon for their last game at home beat Nantes 3-2, but too little too late for OL, too far to hope for European football next season. The top of the table battle will be extraordinary next week. Nice lost almost everything, unable to beat Lille at home. Galtier's former club saw Jonathan David finally waking up to win 3-1 at the Allianz Arena. Lens bought themselves some hope by beating Troyes in Champagne. A win at home against… Monaco! Could qualify les Sang et Or for Europe next year. Monaco came back from 0-2 at home to beat Brest 4-2 thanks to a hat trick from Ben Yedder and now sit pretty at the 2nd spot after this incredible 9 consecutive win series. Strasbourg made the most of their last home game, beating Clermont 1-0 and keeping their fate in their hand before visiting OM at the Velodrome for Matchday 38. Les Marseillais found their master at Rhoazon Park, dominated head and shoulder by Rennes. Les Rouge et Noir, 4th on the table, can still end 2nd if they win while Monaco and Marseille lose. The last game of the season, with OM-Strasbourg, Lens-Monaco and Lille-Rennes, will be VERY entertaining. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/breaking-the-lines/message
Dans ce nouvel épisode de Eat's Business, la revue de presse du Business de la Bouffe, Olivier Frey et Daniel Coutinho reviennent sur les actualités food de la semaine. Nous parlons de la Cité de la gastronomie à Dijon, de la moutarde qui fait face à une pénurie et d'Apple qui compte se lancer dans la livraison.Nous parlons également du business des influenceurs food de la pénurie des bouteilles en verre qui impact la filière viticole et des cuillères d'argent dans les bouteilles de Champagne.
In this episode of On The Back Bar Podcast, Chris talks to Vidur Gupta co-founder of Third Eye Distillery, producer of Stranger & Sons gin. Enjoy! Links https://strangerandsons.com/ https://www.instagram.com/strangerandsons/ ***** Join our community on Facebook! Beverage Network This podcast relies on our listeners to keep the show going! If you could support us by joining our Patreon it would really help this podcast grow. Patreon is a platform where you can support the podcast with a small monthly donation. This funding will help with all manner of things to equipment costs, editing and even getting some hard to reach people to sit down with me. Or you can just buy me a coffee to say thanks with the link below! :) https://www.patreon.com/onthebackbar buymeacoffee.com/chrismenning ***** If you love our show would you please consider leaving us a review on iTunes or giving us 5 stars? It will really make a difference and help the podcast in the future. Head over to our website gastronomerlifestyle.com Contact me at Christopher.email@example.com
Sign up to our newsletter for more in-depth insights | Follow us on LinkedIn To celebrate our new sponsorship with LiveTrade, Bordeaux Index's new world-leading fine wine trading platform, we're pleased to be replaying our episode with Gary Boom. Originally recorded last summer, he discusses why he started the business and examines the investment opportunities in the fine wine and spirits market. In this episode Gary Boom, CEO of Bordeaux Index starts by explaining how the poorly organised, past its sell-by- date old model of wine trading has been revolutionised by Bordeaux Index over the last 20 years, with the introduction of scale, liquidity and expertise underscoring the investment attributes of fine wines and whiskies. The conversation examines long term data provided by Credit Suisse who found that post-World War Two, collectible wines have delivered returns of circa 10% nominal, and real returns of around 7% USD (per annum) . Gary discusses the composition of returns and the indices used to measure them, and explains why consumption creates a virtuous circle, where replacement and scarcity provide strong tailwinds. He talks about the liquidity provided by Live Trade, which they established and which provides narrow bid/ask spreads in over 500 wines. He talks about the Chinese influence in buying high-end Bordeaux wines, the Champagne and Burgundy markets' evolution as well as how challenges around counterfeiting are being met. With reference to the late Stephen Spurrier, he discusses the rise of some of the great new world wines which wines he believes will prove good investments and how family offices and wealthy individuals can build significant portfolios of wine to take advantage of its lower correlation to other assets. He speaks about climate impact on wine producing regions, his gloomy view on UK wines and why Bollinger Group has taken a stake in their business. Finally he talks about why wine has proved and continues to be a great career for both sexes, some advice for today's youth, and whose wines and their owners he would most like to meet and drink.
Scotty & Ruttsy discussed Full Moons, Ange Postecoglou's Celtic triumph, the Eurovision Song Contest results, Drunk Deers, Bald sexual discrimination, Rick Astley for PM, Tinnies at the footy, Cash & Covid and Champagne consumption in Australia. Due to popular demand we played more of the best Bass riffs of all time (including Queen, The Beatles, Pink Floyd, The Stranglers, Jaco Pastorius, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Muse, Sly & the Family Stone, Stanley Clarke, Thin Lizzy, The Cure, Graham Central Station, Rage Against the Machine, Pixies & Hunters & Collectors). Enjoy the bass....
Une journée sur ”la parole d'accueil et d'exil” a été proposée il y a quelques jours aux collégiens de Victor Duruy à Châlons-en-Champagne ; L'UCIA Cœur de Vitryat de Vitry-le-François propose d'organiser une foire de printemps les 20, 21 et 22 mai 2022 sur une partie de la place d'Armes, la rue de l'Abondance et la place des Halles.
YouTube coffee expert James Hoffmann shares the best, worst and weirdest coffee in the world—from his tried-and-true recipe for the ultimate cup at home to the time he tasted 70-year-old beans in Japan. Plus, Don and Petie Kladstrup tell us the story of the man who taught America to love Champagne; we make Beef Chili Colorado Tacos; and Adam Gopnik discusses the greatest food debates of our time.Get the recipe for Beef Chili Colorado Tacos.We want to hear your culinary tips! Share your cooking hacks, secret ingredients or unexpected techniques with us for a chance to hear yourself on Milk Street Radio! Here's how: https://www.177milkstreet.com/radiotipsListen to Milk Street Radio on: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spotify See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
South African Sparkling Wine - Specifically Method Cap Classique (MCC), a brilliant sparkling wine made in the classic method. It's a wine that's not even been around 100 years, yet the quality of these wines are undisputed. In this episode we explore the history of Cape Sparkling, and even take a sip of traditional method wines from other areas of the continent. Resources from this episode: Books: Christie's World Encyclopedia of Champagne and Sparkling Wine, Stevenson, T. & Avellan, E. (2014) The Oxford Companion to Wine [4th Edition], Robinson, J. & Harding J. (2015) Websites: Cap Classique Association: http://www.capclassique.co.za/ E Wine Planet: Zimbabwe http://www.ewineplanet.com/country.asp?id=23&main=106 Glass of Bubbly: South African Sparkling Wine (21 January 2014) https://glassofbubbly.com/south-african-sparkling-wine/ International Wine Review: South African Sparkling Wine - A hidden treasure, Potshnik, M. and Winkler, D. (January 2012) https://i-winereview.com/NonReportTastings/1201saSparklingSelections.php?b=sapromo Morocco World News: Moroccan Wines - A pleasant surprise for foreign visitors, Harman, J. (19 February 2022) https://www.moroccoworldnews.com/2022/02/347181/moroccan-wines-a-pleasant-surprise-for-foreign-visitors Paladar y Tomar: Morocco Wien Regions https://www.paladarytomar.com/morocco-wine-regions/ Singapore Wine Vault: Tales from Tunisia - Taking winemaking tradition to the modern age https://www.singaporewinevault.com/tales-from-tunisia-taking-winemaking-tradition-to-the-modern-age/ Vignerons de Carthage: La Fontaine aux mille Amphores [sparkling wine production] http://www.vigneronsdecarthage.tn/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=72&Itemid=99&lang=en Wineland: The Chateau Libertas Revival (7 October 2021) https://www.wineland.co.za/the-chateau-libertas-revival/ Winemag: SA Wine History - On the impact of the French Huguenots, Gibson, J. (30 October 2019) https://winemag.co.za/wine/opinion/joanne-gibson-on-the-impact-of-the-french-huguenots/ Wine.Co.ZA: Kaapse Vonkel Turns 50, Simonsig (4 March 2021) https://news.wine.co.za/news.aspx?NEWSID=37581 Wines of South Africa: https://www.wosa.co.za Glass in Session® Episodes Mentioned in this Session: S3E4: Wine from Dried Grapes https://glassinsession.libsyn.com/s3e4-wine-from-dried-grapes S6E1: Prosecco DOC Rosé Plus Some Sweet Corkdorkery https://glassinsession.libsyn.com/s6e1-prosecco-doc-ros-plus-some-sweet-corkdorkery Glass in Session® is a registered trademark of Vino With Val, LLC. Music: “Write Your Story” by Joystock (Jamendo.com cc_Standard License, Jamendo S.A.)
durée : 00:03:59 - Le Pourquoi du comment : histoire - par : Gérard Noiriel - A la fin de l'année 1915, dix mille soldats russes rejoignaient les troupes françaises et participaient aux combats de l'hiver 1916-1917, en Champagne. Quand survint le début de la révolution russe, ils demandaient à repartir.
Sparkling wine is trending at the moment and no brand best embodies the trend more than cult California sparkling wine producer Ultramarine. Michael Cruse, the founder of Ultramarine and Cruse Wine Co, explains how he developed a passion for sparkling wine that led to his accidental success. He covers how Ultramarine took off, techniques and production practices that have business implications he took from Champagne, pricing, and his view on sales channels. Detailed Show Notes: UltramarineStarted in 2008, 1st real vintage was 2010Sparkling wine in CA that focuses on coastal single vineyards, high acid, single vintagePrecise production style - not copying Champagne, but taking some techniques and applying them to CAHarvest ~1,000 cases/year, ~500-750 cases make the cut for releaseLimited ability to grow (due to lack of suitable fruit sources), target ~1,200-1,500 case rangeCruse Wine CoStarted in 2013, supposed to be a custom crush facilityInitially not for sparkling wine, an interest in ValdiguieLater realized his passion was in sparkling wine - does pet nats, more experimental, more oxidative stylesFocus on CA as a whole vs. coastal vineyards of Ultramarine~7,000 cases/year (2018 was peak ~8,500 cases)The capital intensity of producing sparklingCruse Tradition takes ~40 months to make which means 3 vintages must be paid for before selling any wine (e.g. - fruit, glass ($2+/bottle), etc…) - this limits growthUltramarine spends 38-48 months en tirage, found this to be its sweet spotSparkling wine equipmentBought own equipment vs. doing custom crush at Rack & Riddle - partially due to using a bottle that they would not takeFollows many Champagne producers - they may use co-op press, but do own elevage and disgorgementUses a gyropalette, which requires some bentonite (riddling aid)Long term relationship with growers is important -> growing sparkling is different than still wine grapesVarietal impact on winemakingChardonnay - less fruit, more minerality - be more reductive to preserve fruitPinot Noir - more fruit, less minerality - be more oxidative to get more mineralityPricingValue spaces (~$20-25/bottle), e.g. - Gloria Ferrer, Roederer Estate, Cruse doesn't have the scale or capital to compete hereDoesn't think he can sell 10,000 cases @ $70/bottleBelieves he can sell 5-10,000 cases @ $45-55/bottleUnclear how Champagne price inflation will impact market opportunity for domestic sparklingUltramarine secondary pricing - goes for 3x release price; believes it's only ~30 bottles/year @ $200/bottle, could not sell entire production at that price pointSales channelsCruse - ⅓ DTC, ⅓ domestic wholesale, ⅓ export (Asia - Japan, Singapore strong)Ultramarine - 90-95% DTC - believes sweet spot is ~80% DTC to get more into restaurantsUltramarine mailing listBig supporters early on propelled the brand (e.g. - the NYC crew of Patrick Cappiello, Levi Dalton, and Pascaline Lepeltier)Instagram helped to fuel growthTook 3 releases (2012 release) to get a waiting listWine Berserkers also helpedCruse launch planNo real plan initially focused on friends & familyHardy Wallace helped get wines in front of distributorsRelationships with certain wine critics helpThe website is unintentionally sparse but does longer allocation emails Get access to library episodes See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Every so often a movie comes around and is an instant classic... this is one of those movies. Karate Cops ranks up there with some of the greatest bin movies ever - Mind Trap, Champagne and Bullets, Miami Connection, White Fire. You have to watch this movie.
In this episode, Chris Tanghe hosts Ruinart Chef de Cave, Frédéric Panaïotis. They discuss the storied past of the Ruinart estate within the broader context of Champagne's history, as well as how the region continues to develop as its producers look to the future. Frédéric also gives a preview of this year's Ruinart Challenge lecture, centered on the topic of cork. All active GuildSomm members are welcome to apply to the Ruinart Challenge. We're still accepting applications for these events in Dallas, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. Check www.guildsomm.com for more information on how to apply before June 13.
Episode Notes Episode 195 is here and the guys bring you the latest Pop Culture news and the Latest and Outrageous and Weird News in the World in their What the Hell is That segment, next Steven brings you his Current TV Review on the Paramount Plus Series “The Offer”, also Steven brings you his Current Movie Review on “The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent” & “Everything Everywhere All At Once”, next our Patreon Backers once again hijack the Throwback Movie Review by requesting the guys to review “The Warriors” and Finally the guys bring you their Top 5 Product Placements in Film!! Segment Times: Opening/Upcoming Events/Announcements: 00:00 - 10:23 Pop Culture News: 11:53 - 36:27 Current Movie Review - The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent & Everything Everywhere all at Once: 37:12 - 47:30 Current TV Review - The Offer: 47:41 - 51:51 Throwback Movie Review - The Warriors - Patreon Backer Request: 52:23 - 59:22 What the Hell Is That: 1:00:04 - 1:21:57 Top 5 Product Placements in Film/Close Show: 1:23:13 - 1:41:01 This episode is brought to you by Deadly Grounds Coffee [link] https://deadlygroundscoffee.com (The official Sponsor of The Dorkening Podcast Network and Super Retro Throwback Reviews), this episode is also brought to you by Connecticut Cult Classics [link] https://www.connecticutcultclassics.com, and JPO Productions LLC. [link] http://www.jpoproductions.com You can Follow us on Social Media, Buy Our Merch, Listen to our Shows below: [link] https://allmylinks.com/superretropodcast Get your Super Retro Merch Here: [link] https://super-retro-store.creator-spring.com Check out our Twitch: Twitch.com/superretrothrowbackreview Support Us on Patreon, we have updated our Tiers and we want to thank our Patreon Backers: [link] https://www.patreon.com/SuperRetroPodcast Also Check us out on The Dorkening Podcast Network [link] https://www.thedorkeningpodcastnetwork.com Check our Website [link] [https://superretrothrowbackreviews.com](https://superretrothrowbackreviews.com%5C) Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/the-new-and-improved-super-retro-throwback-reviews/2abfadbc-ab44-43cd-8942-9e459d885f8b This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
In this episode of On The Back Bar Podcast, Chris talks to Arijit Bose co-founder of The Lovers Rum, Countertop India, Bar Back Collective and the recently listed #4 Best Bar in Asia, Bar Tesouro. Enjoy! Links Bar Tesouro Instagram @theloversrum @barbackcollective. @countertopindia Arijit Bose Instagram ***** Join our community on Facebook! Beverage Network This podcast relies on our listeners to keep the show going! If you could support us by joining our Patreon it would really help this podcast grow. Patreon is a platform where you can support the podcast with a small monthly donation. This funding will help with all manner of things to equipment costs, editing and even getting some hard to reach people to sit down with me. Or you can just buy me a coffee to say thanks with the link below! :) https://www.patreon.com/onthebackbar buymeacoffee.com/chrismenning ***** If you love our show would you please consider leaving us a review on iTunes or giving us 5 stars? It will really make a difference and help the podcast in the future. Head over to our website gastronomerlifestyle.com Contact me at Christopher.firstname.lastname@example.org
"Una nueva superheroína sobrevuela la ciudad. Sí, es Delirium, con sus mallas de saldo y sus volares erráticos recorre los tejados de Madrid en busca de su superenemigo: Redpunzel. En tiempos convulsos, en que el mal acecha, sin duda el mundo necesita a Delirium. Solo ella puede salvar a la ciudad de los arrebatos de ira de Redpunzel pero... ¿podrá salvarse a sí misma?" Con Rosa Gil, la autora de El mundo necesita a Delirium (Ed. Contraluz), conversamos sobre una historia de superhéroes que llega para ocupar un lugar muy particular, el de una chica normal que sí, que tiene superpoderes, y que afloran cuando también lo hace una de sus debilidades, el alcohol. Y cada bebida proporciona un superpoder diferente. Al borde de los 30, Lola se enfrenta a un mundo en el que no encaja pero que la necesita. Hilarante y ácida, la historia de Gil nos lleva a conectar con Don Víctor y Duque de Champagne para revisar desde los cómics algunos ejemplos de superhéroes verdaderamente atípicos, como Delirium. Escuchar audio
Genesis Diaz con tan solo 23 años de edad posee un increíble registro vocal que le permite cantar en cualquier género musical con una potencia de voz espectacular que la destacó en los reality shows, nos presenta Fuego Lento después de su gran exito el año pasado Champagne! Ya tenemos estadio aprobado y arranca la Formula Uno en Miami.
Are we obsessed with our own beauty and confidence? This episode, I talk about the Met Gala and the recent leak about SCOTUS efforts to overturn Roe v. Wade. Has American Feminism focused too closely on confidence, leaning in, and girlbossification? Are we losing sight of solidarity and coalition building as the rights of girls, gays, and they are rapidly dissolving? I drunkenly explore these questions while having a public mental breakdown! This week's episode is sponsored by champagne and Seroquel. Champagne and Seroquel: tell me you stalked your high school crush without actually telling me you stalked your high school crush. Episode links Met Gala Articles Teen Vogue The CutOn Confidence VoxThe Atlantic NYTMina Le "'Confidence' is a Cult" Glamdemon2004 Abortion Funds -------------------Music by:Verano Sensual by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5049-verano-sensualLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Protofunk by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4247-protofunkLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/--------------------Find Kinda Kyle on:InstagramTikTok--------------------Subscribe to the Saddergay newsletter here!
In the latest weekly news and podcast after-show (sponsored by https://business.yougov.com/sectors/gaming-esports/boe (YouGov)), we discuss Embracer Group acquiring IP and studios from Square Enix for $300 million despite huge losses on Marvel games, the creator of It Takes Two saying video games don't have to be fun, Sykkuno joining YouTube Gaming despite widespread criticism of the platform, Dr Disrespect showing no love for Overwatch 2, Pokimane teaming up with xQc to bash Riot Games and Valorant, British gamers playing more than the rest of the world, Ben Baller creating a golden gaming headset, Warner Bros. considering selling its gaming studios, a Call of Duty: Warzone update causing huge traffic spikes on Virgin Media's network, Microsoft seeing a rise in Game Pass subscribers, and so much more!
Sure we can all agree that champagne is probably the greatest thing humans have or ever will invent, but how much do we understand how it's made? Learn all about it in this classic episode. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Join Suki and Dolo as they unpack Belle's options in Beauty & the Beast, what everyone is currently watching, why 4x tees and wide jeans are a thing of the past, Dolo's new found interior decorating passion, and much more. Champagne anyone? *correction* in our beginning clip we stated it was from the I Am Athlete podcast. It is from the Pivot Podcast.
Finally we present you the final chapter in this epic love story. Will the love between spider and woman withstand war and deadly plants? Will the crew make it thru the bog of eternal stench and survive electric eels? You'll have to listen and find out! Rated SP for spider pornReading: Bound by Tiffany Roberts Drinking: Belair Brut sparkling Spoiler level-The whole book
Rebecca Glass is a historical martial arts instructor and an avid baseball fan. She has also appeared on the TV quiz show Jeopardy and is a part of the Trivia scene. In our conversation we talk about all three of these interests, plus judging historical martial arts tournaments. Rebecca is highly respected as a fight director, so we talk about what makes a good judge and how to make the right decisions when judging a fight. We start by talking about Liechtenauer's Zettel, and this is the book Rebecca mentions: Sword, Science and Society, by James Acutt. When we talk about managing your mindset during tournaments (or any sports), this is the book mentioned: The Brave Athlete: Calm the F*ck Down and Rise to the Occasion: Sports psychology, by Lesley Paterson and Simon Marshall. Finally, we also talk about the ideal alcohol pairing for doughnuts. What do you think would be best? Single malt? Champagne? For more information about the host Guy Windsor and his work, as well as transcriptions of all the episodes, check out his website at https://swordschool.com/podcast And to support the show, come join the Patrons at https://www.patreon.com/theswordguy
Mimosa & OmlettesBrunch might be on your mind as you listen to this podcast episode. Ali Hassan & Marco talk about these Sunday staples. They both get very passionate as they talk about these two A Sneak-Peek:[01:15] Marco & Ali get radically political off the top over a text on Omelettes . [2:30] Marco and Ali both don't love the Mimosa. [4:42] Ali tells his Samosa story.[7:00] Mimosa and Mimosa like cocktails (see list below).[18:21] Omelette classic and modern (see list below).[38:28] Basil conversation.Favourite Quote:“No one wants to barf fizz” -Marco [3:49]“Don't make me a Frittata and called it an Omelette…I'm not an asshole” -Marco [21:08]“Not a bag of carrots that taste like wood or styrofoam” - Ali [34:04]Recipes:Classic mimosa:equal parts orange juice (freshly squeezed) and sparkling wine (Prosecco, Champagne or Cava) in a flute glass. OJ in first and then the prosecco (let gravity do the mixing) you can float half oz of triple sec onto to add more dimension. Buck's Fizztwo parts sparkling wine, to one part orange juice. Similar to the classic mimosa. Mimosa, which also contains champagne and orange juice, but in equal measures. OtherPoinsettia Cocktailsame as above with cranberry juice instead of orange juice. Lemosa Cocktail Same as above with lemonade instead of orange juice.Vermosa Cocktail apple cider with champagne, served in Vermont, USA.St. Germain cocktail if you want the subtle flavour or elder flowers use St. Germain instead of OJ.Classic Omelette:3 eggs, kosher salt, ground white or black pepper, 1 tablespoon butter.Indian Omelette:onions, crushed cumin seeds, Chile seeds brown in veg or grape seed oil (not butter or olive oil). 2 eggs, cilantro, greens of green onions and salt and mixed up and added to our brown items.Ali will often add quarter of teaspoon of home made hot sauce. Thai Omelette (Khai Jiaow):https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KnSsV5xAJIUHassan Special Omelette:(good) carrots, garlic clove and shallots finely minced.Chives, salt cilantro to your egg mixture (don't over mix). don't over cook the carrots.Connect with us on:Twitter: @podisdelciousInstagram: This Podcast is DeliciousWeb: thispodcastisdelicious See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Sign up to our newsletter for more in-depth insights | Follow us on LinkedIn Today we have a different conversation. Michael Lewis and Simon Brewer go back to graduating from the LSE in 1985, when they were both seeking a place on the fabled Salomon Brothers training programme. Michael's success in securing that job allowed the world to have the enduring classic, ‘Liar's Poker', and from there to write 16 best sellers (three of which have been made into major Hollywood films). His new book, ‘Premonition: A Pandemic Story', tells the enthralling tale of the US pandemic preparations that started under President Bush, but which failed when COVID-19 struck, thanks to a mixture of institutional and political failings. Michael brings the cumulative missteps to life by narrating the story of the real people involved, their extraordinary decisions, and what went wrong. He continues this fascinating conversation by discussing two of his other books, ‘The Undoing Project', and ‘Moneyball', and explains how decision making is driven by varying degrees of data and/or human interactions - from sport to finance – resulting in unpredictable consequences. The Money Maze Podcast is sponsored by Schroders, LiveTrade and Bremont Watches. Schroders is a global investment and wealth manager, with a purpose to provide excellent investment performance to clients, through active investment management. Bremont is an award-winning British company that produces beautifully engineered chronometers, designed to appeal to those who share the appreciation of a beautiful mechanical wristwatch. LiveTrade has changed the way fine wine is bought and sold worldwide. You can instantly buy and sell - or place bids and offers on - key wines from Bordeaux, Champagne, Italy and other world regions.
As the climate and resulting fruit quality change, winemakers must adapt to achieve the highest quality. That led the historic (246 years as of 2022) Champagne house of Louis Roederer to create Brut Premier in 1986 to overcome the challenges of underripe vintages, particularly in the 1970s. In 2022, another evolution has occurred, where the fruit is consistently ripe, and the main challenge is to preserve freshness. Thus, the launch of the Collection series, evolving the non-vintage Brut Premier into a multi-vintage wine that represents the best of the base vintage, the house style, and the push for freshness. Jean-Baptiste Lecaillon, EVP and Chef du Cave at Champagne Louis Roederer, and Xavier Barlier, SVP of Marketing and Communications of Maison Marques & Domaines USA (Roederer's import arm), tell us about this transition, strategy, and its market positioning. Don't forget to support the show on Patreon!Detailed Show Notes:Champagne Louis Roederer246 years oldOwns ~600 acres of vineyards70% of grapes from own vineyards - “grower first”70% of quality comes from grapes for ChampagneThe “New Champagne” trendDriven by climate change and a resultant change in farmingGrapes have more expression and flavors; picked earlier and healthierNeed to adapt winemaking and farming to these new grapesGrapes are picked earlier than 40 years ago, but similar to the late 1880sThe Grower Champagne movement - “a fantastic movement”The growers survived due to the sales prowess of the Houses and have always had a close relationship between themDue to climate change, it's now possible to bottle wine themselves, whereas in the past, blending at scale was necessary due to the significant variation in qualityTerroir is now being revealed, of which both growers and Houses are moving towardsCollection series launchBrut Premier was created in 1986, after the '70s which were challenging years, so the non-vintage was created to make consistent, even quality winesUsing non-vintage to correct unripe grapesWith climate change, the challenge is different with ripe grapes; need to give freshness to the winesCollection focuses on freshness, wants to reach the elite of the multi-vintage category, to be the best blend possible instead of consistency of house styleA modern evolution of Brut Premier, which is in the context of Champagne changing (100 years ago Champagne was sweet, 50 years ago it moved to a drier aperitif wine)Collection production methodsPerpetual reserve (“PR”) - a new tool to ensure freshness and minerality, as well as the complexity of agePR started in 2012 with 50% Pinot Noir, 50% Chardonnay, lots specifically selected for their freshnessPR has the new vintage added to it every year, and it becomes more and more complex over timePR is aged in large tanks (1,000hl) with no oxygen, kept at 12C (underground cellar temp) for prolonged agingCollection blend includes ~30-35% PR, ~10% reserve wines aged in oak, ~55-60% from the most recent harvestBrut Premier had 6-10% oak reserve wines, which were the house signature of Roederer; Collection increases this signatureBrut Premier no longer madeRemoved to have more consistency in the lineup, Collection is more “Roederer” than Brut PremierCollection pricingProduct is more expensive to make, so pricing is higher than Brut PremierCollection is multi-vintage (like Krug Grand Cuvee and Jacquesson), at a higher level than non-vintage Get access to library episodes See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Welcome to episode #2 of Table Talk, a new series for On The Back Bar where we invite industry professionals to join us on the show to chat about their roles and other various topics. This episode we have William Pravda and Sean Halse from the newly opened Capella Hanoi. Enjoy! Links William Pravda Instagram Sean Halse Instagram Capella Hanoi ***** Join our community on Facebook! Beverage Network This podcast relies on our listeners to keep the show going! If you could support us by joining our Patreon it would really help this podcast grow. Patreon is a platform where you can support the podcast with a small monthly donation. This funding will help with all manner of things to equipment costs, editing and even getting some hard to reach people to sit down with me. Or you can just buy me a coffee to say thanks with the link below! :) https://www.patreon.com/onthebackbar buymeacoffee.com/chrismenning ***** If you love our show would you please consider leaving us a review on iTunes or giving us 5 stars? It will really make a difference and help the podcast in the future. Head over to our website gastronomerlifestyle.com Contact me at email@example.com
Bridal Fashion Week in New York City just wrapped, and we're chatting with The Knot's Senior Fashion Editor Shelley Brown about the trends we spotted, the collections we loved, and up-and-coming designers that we are obsessed with. This episode will give you an insider's look at what is Bridal Fashion Week. Spoiler alert: it's not all Champagne and tulle. For transcript: https://loveincmag.com/podcast-transcript-hot-off-the-runways-of-bridal-fashion-week SOCIAL @theknot @shelley_brown_ @LoveIncMag Featured Up-and-Coming Designers: @houghtonnyc @nadiamanjarrez Head to loveincmag.com for more inclusive wedding planning ideas, advice and inspiration.
Did you know that sugar and brandy can be added to sparkling wine? Were you aware that champagne was originally a sweet fizz? And that it regularly had things like port, cognac, elderberry, kirsch and raspberry brandy added to it?Now there's a plucky English wine producer adding all sorts of fun things to his fizz – from Sauternes to Sherry, Madeira and Tokaji – to see what's possible. His aim? To potentially help create, ‘a new category in wine'.Welcome to the world of dosage. That small addition that's commonly popped into to the world's very finest sparkling wines – but which people don't talk about very much. Think of it as a ‘good' wine additive. Yet producers don't tend to be particularly adventurous in terms of trying new things to add in their dosage. Until now. Our story starts with us trying these bold, experimental new English sparkling wines before launching into fascinating conversations with their maker, English Master of Wine Justin Howard-Sneyd MW, as well as sparkling guru Ed Carr of Accolade and Champagne Louis Roederer chef de cave Jean-Baptiste Lécaillon.Along the way we explain what dosage actually is, why it's used and delve excitedly into its history and future. We look into why people describe dosage as, ‘seasoning' for fine fizz, and what role oaked wine, brandy and various types of sugar play in its make-up. Some wine pros use the term dosage as shorthand for the level of residual sugar in a sparkling wine. But, as we discuss, that's an over-simplification that misses the bigger picture and purpose of dosage.We consider the trend for zero-dosage wines and explain why we're not fans of this category – despite Susie having written her Master of Wine dissertation on the topic.‘When it's done well, dosage can help a wine taste sublime,' says Susie. 'The art of dosage needs more respect and awareness...and more winemakers need to do it properly.' We hope you enjoy the programme! Do let us know your thoughts on Instagram or Twitter.As ever, all wine details, links and more are on our website: Show notes for Wine Blast S3 E20: Adventures in Dosage.Wines featured in the episode:Hart of Gold English sparkling wine Brut, 12%Louis Roederer et Philippe Starck Brut Nature Champagne 2012, 12%House of Arras Cuvée 1601 Brut Elite, 13%Bollinger RD 1976 Champagne Extra Brut, 12%
In this episode of On The Back Bar Podcast, Chris welcomes back Mark Sansom to talk about the exciting Asia's 50 Best Bars awards this week in Bangkok on Thursday 28th April 19:30 UTC+07. Asia's 50 Best Bars 51-100 list 2022 Asia's 50 Best Bars Asia's 50 Best Bars Live Stream event https://www.theworlds50best.com/stories/News/asia-bars-51-100-list-in-pictures.html ***** Join our community on Facebook! Beverage Network This podcast relies on our listeners to keep the show going! If you could support us by joining our Patreon it would really help this podcast grow. Patreon is a platform where you can support the podcast with a small monthly donation. This funding will help with all manner of things to equipment costs, editing and even getting some hard to reach people to sit down with me. Or you can just buy me a coffee to say thanks with the link below! :) https://www.patreon.com/onthebackbar buymeacoffee.com/chrismenning ***** If you love our show would you please consider leaving us a review on iTunes or giving us 5 stars? It will really make a difference and help the podcast in the future. Head over to our website gastronomerlifestyle.com Contact me at Christopher.firstname.lastname@example.org
* We're now on Instagram! @worstfoot * It's the big birthday, the day of days, let the jubilation commence! Worst Foot Forward's 250th Episode arrives in all its rag-glads, dressed down to the ones and ready to party like it's 1499. Ben and Barry share all sorts of facts and stories about birthdays, celebrations, presents, ageing and cake with a little help from a whole host of past guests. Joining us with their tales of terrible celebrations and baking disasters are Tiernan Douieb, Tatty Hennessy, Kit Chapman, Sacha Coward, Alasdair Beckett-King, Sadie Clark, Felix Trench, Bec Hill and Joel Morris. We also have a couple bits of news which we chat about and explain in more detail in the opening 10 minutes. The headlines are that the podcast is hereafter going to be released every two weeks rather than weekly to accommodate our increasingly busy schedules. That schedule now includes writing the Worst Foot Forward book with the aid of our new writing agent, Emily Sweet - how exciting! We also welcome Nell Thomas on board as our social media manager / official archivist to help us reach more listeners and keep you all up-to-date on what's happening at Worst Foot Towers. And for Patreon donors, there will be new treats such as the chance to pose questions to us and our guests in advance of upcoming recordings. So, we may be older, not much wiser, ever changing but still the same. We hope you enjoy the birthday episode, thanks for sticking by us for the past 5 years and never fear - there's much more silly trivia yet to come! Follow us on Twitter: @worstfoot @bazmcstay @benvandervelde @TiernanDouieb @TattyHennessy @ChemistyKit @sacha_coward @MisterABK @SadieLeylaClark @felixtrench @bechillcomedian @gralefrit Join us on our Discord server! https://discord.gg/9buWKthgfx Visit www.worstfootforwardpodcast.com for all previous episodes and you can donate to us on Patreon if you'd like to support the show during this whole pandemic thing, and especially as we work on our first book and plan more live shows! https://www.patreon.com/WorstFootForward Worst Foot Forward is part of Podnose: www.podnose.com
When I was in college, I studied psychology because I was fascinated by the mind-body connection. I wanted to understand what made people tick and why they do what they do. My guest today had a similar curiosity into the human condition, although went about indulging it differently—by studying anthropology. Juliette Blackwell is the New York Times bestselling author of Off the Wild Coast of Brittany and The Vineyards of Champagne. In addition to writing the beloved Witchcraft Mystery series and the Haunted Home Renovation series, she also coauthored the Agatha Award–nominated Art Lover's Mystery series with her sister. She joined me to talk about her latest book, The Paris Showroom, which takes place during World War II. What's the true story that sparked the idea for this book? What role does observation play in Juliet's writing process? What is her fascination with haunted houses? Listen in to today's episode for the answers to these questions plus learn my link to WWII era France. As a teaser, it has something to do with Anthony Fauci! The Pairs showroom can be purchased at Amazon.com, at Bookshop.org, or wherever you buy books. Learn more about Juliet Blackwell at https://julietblackwell.net/ If you like this episode, please share it with a friend. If you have not done so already, please rate and review Uncorking a Story wherever you get your podcasts and follow us on Instagram @uncorkingastory. Visit us at https://uncorkingastory.com
Teddi and her besties Rinna, Kyle and Erika are sipping champagne and we stuck microphones in their faces. The BH gals are spilling shocking amounts of tea aka Champagne. They are dishing so much dirt we had to get the bleep button out! And we play kiss, marry, kill with each others husband's AND Ex's! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today we're celebrating 7 years of podcasting! I have done well over 300 episodes including bonus episodes, I have an amazing tribe of premium members, and I have all of you devoted listeners. I'm so grateful for you all providing me with so much inspiration via your questions, pictures, and scenarios. It never gets boring for me, and I hope it never gets boring for you either! If you want to get me a gift for this anniversary, I would love it if you would leave a review wherever you listen to this podcast. Another way to show some love would be to become a premium member. Premium members not only get access to a bonus episode just for them every month, but they also have their own mailbag where they can write in and get their questions answered quickly. In addition, they have access to the archives of all past premium episodes. If you need more episodes to listen to, go premium! This episode, I answer questions about... [6:26] Incorporating sculptures and paintings into interior design (Sarah) [14:00] Natural rugs and materials for families with young children (Bailey) [17:39] Statement chandeliers (Betty) To see the accompanying pictures, make sure you head over to affordableinteriordesign.com/links and check out the YouTube channel or our social media pages. Links: Website: https://www.betsyhelmuth.com Book: https://www.betsyhelmuth.com/my-book Become a Premium Member: https://www.affordableinteriordesign.com/podcast Submit Your Questions: https://www.affordableinteriordesign.com/podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/affordableinteriordesign Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AffIntDesign
The Buzz 1: Wine tourism —aka oenotourism, enotourism, vinitourism— lures wine lovers to vineyards, wineries, cellars, and museums dedicated to wine. The wine tourism global market size is expected to more than triple by 2030 to ~29.6B euros. (statista.com) The Buzz 2: According to a late-2020 www.statista.com survey, wine tourists are mainly casual wine tasters rather than wine geeks. The Buzz 3: People in Portugal consume more wine than any other country worldwide, with an annual per capita consumption of 52 liters in 2020. Next is Italy: 47 liters per capita. The Buzz 4: Decanter Magazine publishes wine travel guides to ?Italy, ?South Africa, ?Europe and the UK. Wwinepaths.com/ organizes luxury wine tours, intimate group trips and wine holidays around the world. Winemag.com reports on wine travel from touring the historic underground caves of Champagne to playing winemaker for a day in California's Napa Valley. We'll ask Bill Newman, Beth Kaczmarek, Christian Oggenfuss, and Brenda Boudreaux for their take on The Future of Wine Culture, Wine Tourism and Technology: L'Chaim!
In this show, we finally define OLD VINES with James Lindner and Leigh Woodrow of Langmeil Vineyards! The background, the history, the viticulture, and the first major definition in form of the Barossa Old Vine Charter are all covered. If you ever wondered what "old vines" really means, we have answers! Langmeil Vineyards has a long and storied history. In 1843, Christian Auricht planted a mixed farm in the heart of the Barossa Valley in Australia. In 1932 Theodor Hanisch, Christian's grandson established the first winery on the property and after a period of disrepair, in 1996, three men, who had strong roots in the Barossa - Richard Lindner, Carl Lindner and Chris Bitter - rejuvenated the vineyard and winery. Photo: Langmeil The Freedom 1843 Vineyard, Shiraz Today that same vineyard from 1843, The Freedom Vineyard, is still producing grapes for wine and Langmeil, although it makes other lovely wines from normal aged vines, has developed a specialty for caring for and making wine from old vine vineyards. Vineyards include the 70-year-old Orphan Block Vineyard These old vines wines are really something spectacular, and like nothing else you can taste. Photo: James Lindner, co-owner, chief storyteller for Langmeil In this show, I'm joined by James Lindner, sixth generation Barossan, and son of Richard Lindner, runs the family estate with his parents and brother, while overseeing its sales and distribution both domestically and around the world. He tells us the story of how these old vines got here and the current state of old vines in Barossa. Photo: Leigh Woodrow, Sales Manager for Langmeil, loyal listener and friend of the pod Leigh Woodrow, long time podcast listener, WFNP supporter, Patron, and just all around smart and cool guy is the global and national sales manager for Langmeil and he adds color to the story of Langmeil, and its old vines. A Brit who has lived in Australian now for decades and has much experience in the wine industry, Leigh is humble, kind, funny, and such a great contributor to the Patron community so we need to give a big shout to one of our tribe for bringing this great show and topic to us (Patrons, we may get a bonus on a virtual video tour of the old vines, so stay tuned for that!). The wines are available in the US and they are spectacular. And I learned a lot from this show about what LEGITIMATE old vines are versus what people may tell us they are. I hope you enjoy the show as much as I did! And hi to Bette in the Cellar door at Langmeil! Here are some of the topics we discussed: We learn about Barossa's wine history, the history of the Australian wine industry, and how Langmeil's old vines survived Map: Barossa Australia We discuss the life cycle of a grapevine and how long they can live, along with what happens to vines as they age and how the wines they make taste. We discuss what grape varieties age well and what don't and the conditions that make good vines James and Leigh talk about Langmeil's Shiraz vineyard, the oldest Shiraz vineyard in the world – the Freedom 1843 vineyard. We discuss how farming and stewardship of it is different from younger vines. James talks about a massive project Langmeil undertook to transplant old vines in its Orphan Bank Shiraz Vineyard and how the community pulled together to help make it happen. Although this isn't an ideal situation, it did help save a 70+ year old vineyard. We mention the old vine properties Langmeil has in Eden Valley, a part of Barossa, as well. James and Leigh describe the Old Vine Charter, why Barossa decided to create the Charter, and the definitions of Old Vines (35-plus years old), Survivor Vines (70-plus years old), Centenarian Vines (100-plus years old) and Ancestor Vines (125-plus years old). We discuss other regions in the world who are looking to Barossa as a model to put more definition around the term “Old Vines” Photo from Cirillo Wine Estates, the oldest Grenache vineyard We end with a good discussion of sustainability; how old vines are very sustainable for the environment and how investments in the community and the future of wine in Barossa mean that these old vines will have guardians for many generations to come. A great show with terrific guests! And we finally get some definition around a very squishy term. Thanks to James and Leigh for sharing the Langmeil story! _____________________________________________________ Thanks to our sponsors this week: Our new sponsor: Wine Spies! 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Ukrainian forces holed up at a steel plant in the besieged port city of Mariupol have ignored a “surrender or die” ultimatum from Russian forces and continue to fight. Meanwhile, new cyberattacks targeting the Ukrainian electrical grid indicate a new phase in the digital war between Russia and Ukraine. Plus, some foods — like Champagne — can come only from one region, but for others, the rules aren't so clear. Just ask cheesemakers all over the globe who say they are also making Gruyère.