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We need more people like Samantha Starr in this city: organizing events that build community with intentionally curated themes that bring people together (often over food!). Samantha is the powerhouse behind Battle of the Chefs and Dining with Friends, as well as local events like MKE Fest. And she's soon to be the host of a new podcast Flavor Fix Radio Show with @wnov860 launching in January 2024!! Listen as we talk about … How a passion from high school planted a seed for Samantha's event planning dreams Aligning values with passions, and what a difference that makes when thinking about your own dreams (and boundaries) How Shelly once needed 150 meatballs by noon (and how Samantha's advice could've helped Shelly's veggie mishap). How gratitude for and exposure to community spurs Samantha's desire to see the silos down and collaboration up in Milwaukee. Locals and Links we love! Samantha Starr Events Website and Instagram MKE FestThe Chef's TableLucky GingerHeirloom MKEEdith CocktailShow your love for Cream City DreamsAs always, we are so grateful to our listeners. If you haven't already, be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram. Sign up for our newsletter on our website. And we'd LOVE it if you rate and review us on Apple Podcasts. And if you're feeling even more generous, Buy us a Coffee. Support the show
Hello Happy Platers! On today's show, Kristi & Danae give a trip report from their recent visit to Walt Disney World to celebrate Danae's bday that included:Jock Lindsey's Hangar BarMickey's Very Merry Christmas PartyGingerbread House Resort TourBlizzard Beach (brrr!)Dining at Capa - The Four Season Resort OrlandoNow Taking Reservations for the Chef's Table on our private Facebook Page called "The Happy Platers* make sure you head over to the new Facebook group and join us at the table where we can discuss in-depth our Disney Dining tales. We are very excited to have the opportunity to interact more with our Happy Platers and hear your thoughts on all things Disney Food. Click here to join: HAPPY PLATERSPlease visit our webpage: www.happiestplate.comInstagram: @happiestplateonearthFacebook: www.facebook.com/groups/happyplatersTwitter: @HappyPlateEarthEmail: email@example.com
In this episode, we sit down with the visionary entrepreneur Chuck Templeton, the mastermind behind OpenTable.From his humble beginnings to revolutionizing the restaurant industry with OpenTable, Chuck's journey is a tale of innovation and determination.Tune in as we explore his inspiring story, discussing the challenges he overcame, the lessons he learned, and the impact he's made on the world of technology and dining.*The Founder Hour is brought to you by Outer. Outer makes the world's most beautiful, comfortable, innovative, and high-quality outdoor furniture - ALL from sustainable materials - and is the ONLY outdoor furniture with a patented built-in cover to make protecting it effortless. From teak chairs to fire pit tables, everything Outer makes has the look and feel of what you'd expect at a 5-star resort, for less than you'd pay at a big box store for something that won't last.For a limited time, get 10% off and FREE shipping at www.liveouter.com/thefounderhour. Terms and conditions apply.
Etiquette, manners, and beyond! In this episode, Nick and Leah answer listener questions about licking yogurt lids in public, calling stores for help, running out of dining chairs, and much more. Please follow us! (We'd send you a hand-written thank you note if we could.) Have a question for us? Call or text (267) CALL-RBW or visit ask.wyrbw.com QUESTIONS FROM THE WILDERNESS: Is it ever appropriate to lick a yogurt lid? Was it rude to call a store from inside the store to ask for assistance? Do some people not understand that working from home is actually working? Was it rude to decline to attend my friend's flower making class? Etiquette Crime Report: Not enough chairs to invite husband to dinner party THINGS MENTIONED DURING THE SHOW Farrow & Ball Paint YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO... Support our show through Patreon Subscribe and rate us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts Call, text, or email us your questions Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter Visit our official website Sign up for our newsletter Buy some fabulous official merchandise CREDITS Hosts: Nick Leighton & Leah Bonnema Producer & Editor: Nick Leighton Theme Music: Rob Paravonian ADVERTISE ON OUR SHOW Click here for details TRANSCRIPT Episode 207 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today Mike & Scott are together to finally dive into the details of Scott's big 40th birthday trip to Disney's Aulani Resort & Spa from back in October! We know we can't fit this all into one show, so today we just focus on how the trip came together, the logistics of planning and getting from Michigan to Hawaii, and the details of Aulani proper - the resort rooms, dining experiences, pools & beaches, entertainment and more! We hope you enjoy today's podcast! Please visit our website at www.beourguestpodcast.com. Thank you so much for your support of our podcast! Become a Patron of the show at www.Patreon.com/BeOurGuestPodcast. Also, please follow the show on Twitter @BeOurGuestMike and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/beourguestpodcast. Thanks to our friends at The Magic For Less Travel for sponsoring today's podcast!
Lots of Vegasy news this week, including Phish at Sphere, bar openings and closings, Ringo, Carrot Top and Scorpions show news and much more. The post FHBM #899: Are You Getting Your Jollies? first appeared on Five Hundy By Midnight.
In this episode, I chat with Dr. Tereza Stehlíková, a Czech artist, researcher and lecturer currently serving as the head of the Visual Arts Department at the University of Creative Communication, Prague. Through her extensive body of artistic work and academic research, Tereza explores how we experience spaces/places through the senses. During our conversation, I find out what got Tereza interested in exploring sensory perception as well as how she explores these modalities through her creative work and teaching. For more on Tereza, visit: Cinesthetic Feasts (Blog) https://cinestheticfeasts.com/ Tangible Territory (Journal) https://tangibleterritory.art/ (Recorded November 2023)
Hear about travel to the wine region Sonoma County in California as the Amateur Traveler talks to Brooke Herron about this popular tourism region where she grew up. https://amateurtraveler.com/travel-to-sonoma-county/ Why should someone travel to Sonoma County? Brooke says, "A myriad of reasons, in my opinion beyond wine. It is an absolutely stunning region from an outdoors perspective. You've got the coast, you've got hiking trails, mountains, hills and then you've got also lots of farms, distilleries, breweries, cideries. And what I loved the most about living there for 20 years and now coming back home to it on a regular basis is really first, the outdoors and the beauty, right? The access to the ocean and trees. And then next, of course, the fact that you can get amazing food, and craft drinks everywhere." Brooke lays out a 5-day itinerary: Day One: The Sonoma Coast The first day begins on the breathtaking Sonoma Coast. Drive along Highway 1, skip the touristy Bodega Bay, and head to Shell Beach near Jenner. Here, you can choose between a leisurely stroll on the Kortum Trail or a more challenging hike on the Pomo Canyon Red Hill Loop. Chris recommends history buffs take the drive up to Fort Ross which was the Russian presence on the California Coast. After the hike, consider a stop in Jenner for a smoked salmon bagel or clam chowder with a view over the bay. For dinner, Santa Rosa offers the Bird and the Bottle, a favorite, or a more casual option at Russian River Brewery. Day Two: Sebastopol and Russian River On the second day, Brooke will explore the charming town of Sebastopol and the Russian River area. The Barlow, an open-air marketplace, is a must-visit. Enjoy craft cider, spirits, and unique food options. Highlights include Golden State Cider, Blue Ridge Kitchen, SpiritWorks Distillery, and the recently added Rewind Arcade for a playful touch. If you're not into alcohol, explore Goldridge Organic Farms for olive oil tastings and Bohemian Creamery for a delightful cheese experience. For wine enthusiasts, Horse and Plow, Dutton Estate Winery, and the unique Radio Coteau are recommended stops. Day Three: Relaxing in Petaluma On the third day, Brooke recommends a leisurely drive to Petaluma. Explore the historic downtown, and if in the mood for seafood, the Shuckery is a great choice. For a more casual experience, Brewster's Beer Garden offers a relaxed atmosphere with great outdoor seating. Accommodations in Santa Rosa can be found at Hotel E, a boutique luxury option in the heart of downtown. In Petaluma, Brooke suggests considering the charming Metro Hotel for a unique and affordable stay. Day Four: Explore Hillsburg and Windsor Brooke's top winery picks in Hillsburg include Idlewild Wines for unique Italian varieties like Arnés, Fresa, Dulcetto, Grignolino, Barbera, and Cortese blends, with educational Sunday events. Orsi Vineyards, a hidden gem in Dry Creek Valley, offers distinctive varieties like Sagrantino and Biancolella. Unty Vineyards, known for sustainable practices, provides a casual Rhone and Italian variety tasting experience. Gary Farrell in Sonoma County is recommended for exceptional Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays, especially from the Russian River Valley. Aperture Cellars, known for Bordeaux blends, stands out, with a focus on texture. In Windsor, Artisan Alley hosts Two Shepherds Wine and Tilted Shed Cider. Two Shepherds offers organic and natural wines, including orange and skin-contact varieties. Grand Cru Custom Crush offers a diverse micro-winery tasting experience. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy Shiloh Regional Park's hikes and mountaintop views, while Riverfront Regional Park offers a scenic water setting. Brooke suggests exploring farmers' markets in Windsor and Healdsburg for fresh produce and vibrant atmospheres. Dining recommendations in Healdsburg include Bravas Tapas Bar, Willie's Seafood and Raw Bar, Valette Restaurant, and The Matheson. Lo and Behold is recommended for cocktails, and Black Oak Coffee and Flying Goat for coffee. In Windsor, Artisan Alley's Two Shepherds Wine and Tilted Shed Cider are must-visits, along with Pizzalea for gluten-free pizza. To unwind, Shiloh Regional Park and Riverfront Regional Park offer beautiful natural settings. For spirits, Young and Yonder Spirits and Alley Six Spirits in Healdsburg are noteworthy. Day Five: Explore the Sonoma Valley On day five, explore the renowned Sonoma Valley. Hike at North Sonoma Mountain Regional Park or Bartholomew Park. Kibblestadt Cellars, known for balanced wines, is a top choice. Prohibition Spirits in Sonoma offers unique tastings like Pink Gin. Bedrock Wines, near the plaza, features interesting varieties. Eldorado Kitchen is recommended for high-end dining. Café La Haye, Valley Bar and Bottle, and Sunflower Cafe offer diverse breakfast and casual options. Enoteca Della Santina is suggested for a relaxed glass of wine, while Winery 16 600 in Glen Ellen offers unique wines. Sonoma's fine dining includes Eldorado Kitchen and Café La Haye. Hot Monk Tavern and The Grapevine are casual favorites. Eldorado Cantina, attached to Eldorado Kitchen, offers delightful Mexican food at a more affordable price. Wrap up the day with tastings at Kibblestadt Cellars and Bedrock Wines. Brooke highlights Sonoma County's diversity, including hikes, beaches, cider, beer, and spirits. For planning, check Sonoma County Tourism's website for itineraries and information. Whether you are here for the wine, cider, and spirits or the coastal hikes and ziplining through the redwoods, Sonoma Valley offers adventures that bring you back again and again.
In today's podcast, we delve into the world of Taziki's Mediterranean Cafe with the extraordinary Julie Wade. Join us as we embark on a culinary adventure, exploring the vibrant flavors and rich history of Mediterranean cuisine. Julie, the visionary behind Taziki's, shares her insights on creating a thriving restaurant business, fostering a passionate team, and delivering an exceptional dining experience that has captivated guests for over two decades.The restaurant industry is constantly evolving, and with the emergence of the next consumer generation – Generation Z – it's more important than ever to adapt marketing strategies to resonate with this tech-savvy, experience-driven demographic. This generation is characterized by their digital fluency, social consciousness, and preference for personalized experiences. To effectively capture their attention and cultivate loyalty, restaurants must focus on three key pillars: branding, technology, and consumer experience.Branding: Building a Resonant IdentityIn today's competitive landscape, a strong brand identity is essential for any restaurant. Gen Z is drawn to brands that align with their values and reflect their personalities. Restaurants should craft a brand that is authentic, engaging, and stands out from the crowd. This can be achieved through consistent messaging, visually appealing branding elements, and a unique brand voice that resonates with the target audience.Social media platforms like Instagram and TikTok offer excellent opportunities to showcase the brand's personality and connect with Gen Z consumers.Technology: Embracing Convenience and InnovationGen Z is accustomed to seamless digital experiences, and restaurants must keep pace with their technological expectations. Embracing technology can enhance convenience, streamline operations, and create a more personalized experience. Consider implementing online ordering platforms, mobile payment options, and interactive digital menus. Explore the use of social media marketing tools to target specific demographics and engage with potential customers. Leverage technology to gather customer feedback and tailor offerings to their preferences.Consumer Experience: Creating Unforgettable MomentsGen Z is not just looking for a meal; they seek memorable dining experiences that go beyond the food. Create an atmosphere that is inviting, trendy, and Instagram-worthy. Consider incorporating interactive elements, such as live music or cooking demonstrations, to keep customers engaged. Offer unique menu items that cater to their dietary preferences and values, such as plant-based options or locally sourced ingredients. Host events and workshops that align with their interests, such as cooking classes or sustainability seminars.Bridging the Gap: Combining Branding, Technology, and ExperienceThe key to successful restaurant marketing lies in seamlessly integrating branding, technology, and consumer experience. A cohesive brand identity should be evident across all digital platforms, physical spaces, and customer interactions. Technology should be used to enhance the overall experience, not replace it. And every aspect of the dining experience should contribute to building a loyal customer base.Visit www.savor.fm for more podcasts like thisFollow on X: Savor_fm
In this episode of Arch Eats, George Mahe and Cheryl Baehr discuss the area's best new (and newish) restaurants. They reveal their own top five picks, as well as the restaurants they're most excited about for 2024. And with St. Louis' best new restaurants in mind, they reflect on the challenge of getting reservations at some of the hottest spots in town. ("As someone who has sat in a queue to buy 'Eras' tour tickets, these reservations can be that hard to come by," Cheryl says.) Listen to get pro tips for securing a table at in-demand hot spots. Follow Arch Eats on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or wherever podcasts are available. This episode is sponsored by Westport Plaza and The Magic House. Soda Fountain Express and 360 Westport are opening soon at Westport Plaza. Follow Westport Plaza on social media (@westportstl) to keep up with the latest. Have an idea for a future Arch Eats episode? Send your thoughts or feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org. Hungry for more? Subscribe to our Dining newsletters for the freshest coverage on the local restaurant and culinary scene. And follow George (@georgemahe) and SLM on Instagram (@stlouismag). Interested in being a podcast sponsor? Contact Lauren Leppert at email@example.com. Mentioned in this episode: St. Louis Magazine's Best New Restaurants SLM's most anticipated restaurants of 2024 Pizzeria da Gloria: 2024 Marconi, The Hill, 314-833-3734 Pastaria: 7734 Forsyth, Clayton, 314-862-6603 Mike's Hot Honey O+O Pizza: 102 W. Lockwood, Webster Groves, 314-721-5422 Wright's Tavern: 7624 Wydown, Clayton, 314-390-1466 Sado: 5201 Shaw, The Hill, 314-390-2883 Mainlander: 8 S. Euclid, Central West End Levels Nigerian Cuisine: 1405 Washington, Downtown West, 314-571-9950 Bar Moro: 7610 Wydown, Clayton, 314-932-1088 Idol Wolf: 1528 Locust, Downtown West, 314-325-0360 Rose by Peno: 1463 S. 18th, Lafayette Square, 314-405-8500 Westchester: 127 Chesterfield Towne Center, Chesterfield, 636-778-0635 Napoli Sea: 1450 Beale, St. Charles, 636-800-2241 Katie's Pizza & Pasta Osteria–Ballpark Village: 751 Clark, Downtown, 314-942-2416 Bistro La Floraison: 7637 Wydown, Clayton, 314-725-8880 Jalea: 323 N, Main, St. Charles, 314-303-0144 Sunday Best: 4101 Laclede. Central West End, 314-329-7696 Ivy Café: 14 N. Meramec, Clayton, 314-776-9377 Bowood by Niche: 4605 Olive, Central West End, 314-454-6868 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week, Georgie is joined by Natasha Sideris – the founder and CEO of Tashas Group, a casual dining concept that started life in South Africa in 2005 but has since expanded into the UAE, where Natasha now lives. A passionate businesswoman and third generation hospitality entrepreneur, she joins Georgie to talk more about where it all started, what comes next and the lessons she's learnt along the way… Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
You asked for it, those stories of our best moments at Disney. On this weeks episode we are going to talk about those experiences that are most memorable for us when it comes to dining at Walt Disney World. Make sure to tune in to hear what are favorite memories are.
A big thanks to our new sponsor, Thrifty Traveler Premium! Use the code GO10 to save $10 off your first year of Thrifty Traveler Premium. They'll help take the hassle out of finding great award flights by sending the best deals right to your inbox. You can choose what airports you want to see deals from and you can see cheap paid flights as well! Richard and Ed are recapping Black Friday and the deals (or lack of deals) they took advantage of. They also discuss how to earn at least 10 points per dollar on dining using any credit card and 16 points if you have the Bilt Mastercard as part of a special promotion this month. Finally, Ed and Richard are both a little surprised that Southwest is offering lounge access to some of their customers. If you're looking for a way to support the show, consider joining our Slack Community. You can support the show and purchase access below: Monthly access Annual access Personal consultation plus annual access We have witty, funny, sarcastic discussions about travel, for members only. My fellow travel experts are available to answer your questions and we host video chats multiple times per month.
John Pomeroy, Producer/Supervising Animator (Pocahontas, Fantasia 2000, Atlantis: The Lost Empire) chats with hosts Aljon Go and Dave Bossert about the basics of animation and his new, online, Pomeroy Art Academy. Aljon and Dave also share listener feedback, this week's box office, and Disney news. Learn more about Pomeroy Art Academy at pomeroyartacademy.com. Skull Rock Podcast is brought to you by the generosity of the following companies: Shure and their MV7 - Podcast Microphone Kit (shure.com) Sound Extraordinary | The Old Mill Press - “Publishing beautifully crafted books that illuminate our world.” To learn more visit theoldmillpress.com - and listeners like you. Follow us Skull Rock Podcast | Facebook - Aljon Go (@aljongo) • Instagram - Aljon's Dining at Disney Podcast and Sorcerer Radio - All Disney Music, All Day Long SRSounds.com - E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org || Dave Bossert (@dave_bossert) • Instagram - email@example.com. For more great behind-the-scenes stories and articles visit davidbossert.com. Shop using our Amazon affiliate link - https://amzn.to/3uld8or - Book your next Disney, Universal, and Cruise vacation with Kristen firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks to you, the Skull Rock Podcast is on the list of the Best Disney Podcasts You Must Follow (feedspot.com). - Outro music "The Pirate King" composed by Jared Rehnquist/Untold Journey - Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. SEE DAVE IN PERSON AT THE FOLLOWING EVENTS/BOOK SIGNINGS - 12/17/23 at Walt's Barn - Walt Disney's Barn (carolwood.org). --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/skullrockpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/skullrockpodcast/support
All Net Arena is dead, Sphere is reducing the number of shows and raising prices, people are outraged because that's what people do The post FHBM #898: Celebrating the Death of All Net Arena first appeared on Five Hundy By Midnight.
Blockchain tokenization of real world assets is predicted to form a multi-trillion dollar market over the next decade. Important traditional financial and investment institutions like J.P. Morgan and BlackRock are now playing in an arena once dominated by crypto degens. But what is "tokenization" in the web3 context? Are there different types of tokens? What are they, and what are the different use cases? Join host Ashley Smith as she demystifies the buzz around blockchain tokenization. In this episode, Ashley unveils how this technology is not just for tech moguls, but is set to revolutionize everyday businesses, with a fun spotlight on the restaurant sector. Discover how tokenization can transform everything from customer loyalty to funding opportunities, and what legacy companies should consider in this digital shift. Don't miss out on these insights – tune in to learn how blockchain is making its mark on the business world and beyond.EPISODE RESOURCESVisit our website for transcripts, links, and resources for today's show.HELP US GROWSubscribe, review, and connect with From The Blockchain on social!Support the showWANT TO SPONSOR the show? We'd love to hear from you!- INQUIRE HEREHAVE IDEAS for the show? Let us know!- Submission form coming soon.FROM THE BLOCKCHAIN - our links... website youtube NEW! linkedin tiktok instagram threads NEW! facebook NEW! twitter HOST - Ashley Smith linkedin tiktok instagram threads twitter Music by: Spottie WiFiPresented by: ...
Immerse yourself in the warmth of Thanksgiving with our 1-hour cozy fireplace and the soothing sounds of rain in a beautifully set holiday dining room, all captured in stunning 4K. ️ (1H 4K) This video creates the perfect ambiance for your Thanksgiving celebrations, offering a peaceful and festive backdrop for dining, relaxing, or simply enjoying the holiday spirit. Features: • Warm Fireplace Sounds: A welcoming glow to enhance your Thanksgiving experience. • Gentle Rain Sounds: A tranquil and soothing accompaniment. • Festive Dining Room Setting: Set in the spirit of Thanksgiving in high-quality 4K. If you're enjoying this holiday setting, please SUBSCRIBE and click the bell for more beautiful holiday ambiences. What are your favorite Thanksgiving traditions or dishes? Share with us in the comments below! Gather your loved ones, enjoy your feast, and let our Thanksgiving dining room ambience add a touch of magic to your celebrations. ️ You'll also like this album: lnk.to/AutumnCozy Let us know what you think of this video in the comment section below. ---------------------------------------- ✅ SUBSCRIBE NOW to become part of our community of FREE MEDITATION MUSIC. ►https://naturesoundretreat.com/YoutubeSubscribe ---------------------------------------- ✨ Welcome to the Official Channel of Nature Sound Retreat ✨ Our channel is not just a collection of videos; it's a holistic experience designed to transport you to a state of peace and relaxation. At the heart of our content is a profound belief in the restorative power of sound. Our offerings are not merely music but a harmonious blend of ancient healing frequencies, including the transformative 432Hz and 528Hz. ➡️ Our channel is an ever-evolving space of relaxation, featuring a vast array of auditory experiences, from the soothing whispers of ASMR and the rhythmic pulsing of binaural beats to the comforting embrace of Alpha and Delta waves. Whether you're seeking a deep, restful sleep, a moment of clarity amidst a bustling study session, or a calming background for your yoga practice, we have tailored playlists to suit your needs. Our sleep music playlists are specially designed to combat insomnia, guiding you towards a restful night with ease. Join us at Nature Sound Retreat to embark on a journey of self-discovery and wellness. Allow our music and nature sounds to be the compass that guides you to a revitalized state of being, where stress dissipates, and harmony prevails and embrace the transformative journey of sound therapy with by subscribing to the channel and activating the notification bell to never miss a video! ---------------------------------------- Dive deeper into a world of tranquility and discover the full spectrum of our relaxation offerings. Crafted with the utmost care and presented in the highest definition audio, our sounds are a sanctuary for the senses. Don't just take our word for it—experience the difference yourself by exploring our music on your preferred streaming services today: https://onelinkbio.com/NatureSoundRetreat ---------------------------------------- Follow Nature Sound Retreat on social media! TikTok ▶️ https://www.tiktok.com/@naturesoundretreat Twitter ▶️ https://twitter.com/retreat_sound Instagram ▶️ https://instagram.com/naturesoundretreat Reddit ▶️ https://www.reddit.com/user/NatureSoundRetreat Facebook ▶️ https://www.facebook.com/NatureSoundRetreat ---------------------------------------- ©2023 Nature Sound Retreat®. All Rights Reserved. Nature Sound Retreat is a registered trademark. All videos and music are the sole copyright of Nature Sound Retreat Licensing. ---------------------------------------- #ThanksgivingFireplace #FireplaceAndRain #CozyThanksgiving #NatureSoundRetreat #FestiveAmbience #ThanksgivingSpirit #RelaxingHoliday #AutumnFeels #ThanksgivingMood #CozyFireplace #RainyAutumn #HolidayAmbience #FestiveDining #ThanksgivingFeast #RelaxingAtmosphere #WarmAndCozy
Time to do some last minute cleaning! Raani talks you through detailing some key areas to prepare for dinner guests. She also talks about her Thanksgiving menu and "accidental traditions." Visit the following link to find out how to support our show and gain access to bonus episodes: Clean With Me | Listen While You Clean (cleanwithmepodcast.com)This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4574793/advertisement
Happy Thanksgiving from the 14850 Dining Report! Here's the latest on who's offering dine-in and takeout Thanksgiving meals, and who's open and closed this week. Check our full listing to see who's open and closed through the weekend, and tell them you heard about them here. https://www.14850.com/110833899-thanksgiving-ithaca-2311/ Subscribe to the 14850 Dining Podcast in Apple Podcasts or Google Podcasts, YouTube, RadioPublic, Spotify, Audible, or RSS Feed, listen on WVBR, or follow 14850 Dining on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter or sign up for our newsletter.
Step into our modern winter dining room, where the warmth of a fireplace, the charm of jazz music, and the soft sound of falling snow come together to create a magical dining experience. Perfect for dinner parties, quiet evenings, or simply enjoying the season, this setting combines contemporary elegance with the cozy comfort of winter. ❄️ Features: • Modern Fireplace: A sleek and stylish source of warmth and light. • Smooth Jazz Music: Sophisticated tunes to complement your dining experience. • Gentle Snow Sounds: A soothing, wintery whisper that adds to the ambiance. Love this blend of modern elegance and winter coziness? Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE for more immersive dining experiences. Do you have a favorite jazz track or winter memory? Share it with us in the comments! Sit back, relax, and let our modern winter dining room become your perfect retreat from the cold. ❄️ You'll also like this album: lnk.to/AutumnCozy Let us know what you think of this video in the comment section below. ---------------------------------------- ✅ SUBSCRIBE NOW to become part of our community of FREE MEDITATION MUSIC. ►https://naturesoundretreat.com/YoutubeSubscribe ---------------------------------------- ✨ Welcome to the Official Channel of Nature Sound Retreat ✨ Our channel is not just a collection of videos; it's a holistic experience designed to transport you to a state of peace and relaxation. At the heart of our content is a profound belief in the restorative power of sound. Our offerings are not merely music but a harmonious blend of ancient healing frequencies, including the transformative 432Hz and 528Hz. ➡️ Our channel is an ever-evolving space of relaxation, featuring a vast array of auditory experiences, from the soothing whispers of ASMR and the rhythmic pulsing of binaural beats to the comforting embrace of Alpha and Delta waves. Whether you're seeking a deep, restful sleep, a moment of clarity amidst a bustling study session, or a calming background for your yoga practice, we have tailored playlists to suit your needs. Our sleep music playlists are specially designed to combat insomnia, guiding you towards a restful night with ease. Join us at Nature Sound Retreat to embark on a journey of self-discovery and wellness. Allow our music and nature sounds to be the compass that guides you to a revitalized state of being, where stress dissipates, and harmony prevails and embrace the transformative journey of sound therapy with by subscribing to the channel and activating the notification bell to never miss a video! ---------------------------------------- Dive deeper into a world of tranquility and discover the full spectrum of our relaxation offerings. Crafted with the utmost care and presented in the highest definition audio, our sounds are a sanctuary for the senses. Don't just take our word for it—experience the difference yourself by exploring our music on your preferred streaming services today: https://onelinkbio.com/NatureSoundRetreat ---------------------------------------- Follow Nature Sound Retreat on social media! TikTok ▶️ https://www.tiktok.com/@naturesoundretreat Twitter ▶️ https://twitter.com/retreat_sound Instagram ▶️ https://instagram.com/naturesoundretreat Reddit ▶️ https://www.reddit.com/user/NatureSoundRetreat Facebook ▶️ https://www.facebook.com/NatureSoundRetreat ---------------------------------------- ©2023 Nature Sound Retreat®. All Rights Reserved. Nature Sound Retreat is a registered trademark. All videos and music are the sole copyright of Nature Sound Retreat Licensing. ---------------------------------------- #ModernWinterDining #FireplaceJazz #SnowSounds #ElegantWinter #CozyDiningRoom #JazzAmbience #WinterWonder #StylishComfort #WinterElegance #JazzNights #FireplaceGlow #CozyWinter #JazzAndChill #SoothingSounds #NatureSOundsRetreat #CozyHoliday #FestiveRelaxation #JazzChill
Everyone loves a good meal !! We certainly do ! Evan and Bryan do a revision on their top 5 Dinners and Breakfasts at WDW !! Everyone loves their food and WDW has some great restaurants to choose from. Which are your favorites? Do you agree with our choices? Did we miss any? please let us know !! ------------------------------------------------------ If you want to join us and discuss your trip or any of the topics we chat about, provide a trip report or even just ask questions, please reach out to us on our Facebook page, Spoonie Nation, Instagram or Twitter all episodes, show notes, and everything about our podcast here
To give customers the ultimate hospitality experience, you have to go “over the top.” Visiting Mastro's Restaurants is not just a culinary adventure. Dining at one of their stellar spots means you will be treated to great steaks, seafood and drinks. But it also means you will be treated like a VIP. Listen to learn about elevated dining experiences, responding to customer feedback, and advice for hospitality hopefuls. Sponsor: Toast: All-In-1 Restaurant System —
To give customers the ultimate hospitality experience, you have to go “over the top.” Visiting Mastro's Restaurants is not just a culinary adventure. Dining at one of their stellar spots means you will be treated to great steaks, seafood and drinks. But it also means you will be treated like a VIP. Listen to learn about elevated dining experiences, responding to customer feedback, and advice for hospitality hopefuls. Sponsor: Toast: All-In-1 Restaurant System — https://bit.ly/3vpeVsc
Jeremy and Rhonda review new holiday menu items at Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar, have lunch at Enzo's Hideaway, and chat about the 2023 IAAPA Expo.Follow Us on Social MediaFacebook GroupFacebook: @MainStMagicTwitter: @MainStMagicInstagram: @MainStMagicVisit Us Onlinewww.MainStMagic.comwww.WonderlandCrew.comwww.MainStreetShirts.comGet Dining Alerts!Find last-minute and hard-to-find Disney dining reservations with MouseDining.com! Get text and email alerts when popular theme park dining reservations open up. Get last-minute seating! Get the next table! Set your alerts now! Get the next reservation!Visit our Partnerswww.MSMFriends.comGet a FREE vacation quote to your favorite destinationMainStMagicTravel.com for a free quoteThanks to TFresh Productions for our theme song
In this episode, Neil, Niki, and Natalia discuss the history of drive-thru dining. Support Past Present on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/pastpresentpodcast Here are some links and references mentioned during this week's show: · Drive-through dining is more popular than ever since the pandemic. Neil drew on this Serious Eats history, and we all referred to this photo collection. In our regular closing feature, What's Making History: · Natalia recommended Eboo Patel's essay for Inside Higher Ed, “Why Campuses Need Centers for Pluralism.” · Neil discussed Natasha Singer's New York Times article, “This Florida District Banned Cellphones. Here's What Happened.” · Niki shared about the latest episode of Unclear and Present Danger, on which she appears.
Paula shares the premise that the heart of the home may be the kitchen, the soul of the home is the dining room. Paula also shares that her greatest review for her cookbooks is from a person who hates to cook, they open up my book, see all the beautiful photography of food, and feel inspired to cook the approachable recipes and find that passion again for themselves and family.Paula Herman Smith is a home-based cook and cookbook author of two cookbooks. Her first cookbook, Cooking & Dining with Heart and Soul, was published in August 2020. It sold out within a month and was reprinted and sold out again.Paula retired from catering after 16 years in the Houston area to begin writing her second cookbook, Cooking & Dining with Ease. It was published in March 2023. CONNECT WITH PAULAWebsite – www.paulaspalate.comFacebook/Instagram - @paulaspalatehouston https://wwwe.paulaspalate.com/purchase - to purchase latest cookbookEmail – email@example.com CONNECT WITH DEBIDo you feel stuck? Do you sense it's time for a change but unsure where to start or how to move forward? Schedule a clarity call!Free Clarity Call: https://calendly.com/debironca/free-clarity-callWebsite – https://www.debironca.comEmail – firstname.lastname@example.orgCheck out my online course! Your Story's Changing, finding Purpose in Life's Transitions: https://course.sequoiatransitioncoaching.com/8-week-programAre you experiencing the symptoms of transition? Take a free assessment!https://assessment.sequoiatransitioncoaching.com/free-quizThe Family Letter by Debi Ronca – International Best Sellerhttps://www.amazon.com/dp/B07SSJFXBD
Host and pop culturists Aljon Go and Dave Bossert chat with Animator/Layout Artist, Rasoul Azadani about his career at Walt Disney Animation Studios as well as the latest reviews and news surrounding Disney, pop culture, film, and streaming content. Rasoul Azadani is best known for Pocahontas (1995), Aladdin (1992), and The Little Mermaid (1989). In 1995, he was nominated for an Annie Award in the category "Best Individual Achievement for Production Design in the Field of Animation" for his work on Pocahontas. Skull Rock Podcast is brought to you by the generosity of the following companies: Shure and their MV7 - Podcast Microphone Kit (shure.com) Sound Extraordinary | The Old Mill Press - “Publishing beautifully crafted books that illuminate our world.” To learn more visit theoldmillpress.com - and listeners like you. Follow us Skull Rock Podcast | Facebook - Aljon Go (@aljongo) • Instagram - Aljon's Dining at Disney Podcast and Sorcerer Radio - All Disney Music, All Day Long SRSounds.com - E-mail: email@example.com || Dave Bossert (@dave_bossert) • Instagram - firstname.lastname@example.org. For more great behind-the-scenes stories and articles visit davidbossert.com. Shop using our Amazon affiliate link - https://amzn.to/3uld8or - Book your next Disney, Universal, and Cruise vacation with Kristen email@example.com. Thanks to you, the Skull Rock Podcast is on the list of the Best Disney Podcasts You Must Follow (feedspot.com). - Outro music "The Pirate King" composed by Jared Rehnquist/Untold Journey - Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. SEE DAVE IN PERSON AT THE FOLLOWING EVENTS/BOOK SIGNINGS - 11/25/23 Pop-up Bookstore at Retro House of the Future Suite - House of the Retro Future Suite | Howard Johnson Anaheim Hotel (hojoanaheim.com) - 12/17/23 Walt's Barn Walt's Barn - Walt Disney's Barn (carolwood.org). --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/skullrockpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/skullrockpodcast/support
Topic: Just a few days away from Thanksgiving festivities, we will share a few last-minute tips, dive into a Craig Claiborne Thanksgiving story, and share a conversation with Francis Lam - the host of Splendid Table and Turkey Confidential, which airs on MPB Thanksgiving morning at 9 am.Host(s): Malcolm White, Carol Palmer, and Java ChatmanGuest(s): Craig Claiborne, and Francis LamEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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It's time for the (whopping) second half of our 2023 gift guide! We tackle dads, sisters, in-laws, friends, coworkers, and some ideas for presents to ask for yourself when that feels like a necessary thing. For the full link-rich rundown, you're best off heading over to our site: athingortwohq.com/gift-guide-episodesIf there's someone on your list that we didn't get to this year, let us know who you're shopping for in our Geneva! And share more gift ideas with us at 833-632-5463, firstname.lastname@example.org, and @athingortwohq.Tackle all that holiday shopping at MoMA Design Store and take 10% off your purchase when you use or mention promo code ATHINGORTWO online and in US MoMA Design Stores through November 23, 2023. Give your hair the gift of Nutrafol. Take $10 off your first month's subscription with the code ATHINGORTWO.YAY.Gifts for YOU!My in laws are great people who will buy exactly what ask for as long as it's 1) not personal care or appearance-related AT ALL, 2) not a ""luxury item"" or a splurge version of something (ie no fancy candles), and 3) under $100. I'm a dedicated audiobook listener and | don't need any more cookbooks or board games. They won't do a donation in lieu of gift. Gift giving is their love language but only if the gift is very practical or they got it on a significant discount. We're fortunate to be in a financial position where I'm generally able to buy practical as they're needed, but my in laws hear ""I don't need anything!"" as a snub. Help!"Uniqlo HeattechSomething YamazakiCookbooks (like The Lula Cafe one!)A traditional restock (plants, PJs, etc.)Directing them to a go-tostore like MoMA Design Store and Zingerman'sDinnerware/cookware to build on every yea—Le Creuset, vintage Fiestaware, Dansk, Heath, etc., etc.Charms for a charm bracelet/necklace like Jet Set Candy passport stamp charms (+ their NYPL card one is also very good)Dads & Fathers-in-LawMy Dad sounds more like a brand persona than a real person. He's very cosmopolitan/urbane, lives in the city center even though he's 60, takes public transit, legitimately does his weekly grocery shopping at boutique cheese/bread/specialty food stores, always dressed impeccably. OWNS a beautiful specialty meat slicer that he has in his kitchen and uses for fresh/thinly sliced prosciutto (before you go there I've done ham hocks more than once). Interests: art, food and entertaining, culture. Loves to read, usually big sweeping historical books. Always the hardest person to shop for on my list because his taste level is very out of my price range and I'm tapped out on the specialty food theme. Dad recently become a grandfather (2 grandsons and one more coming in Jan) and it was a little weird for him - he loves my sons but the image of an old guy in a rocking chair teaching kids how to whittle didn't jive with his understanding of himself. He's starting to settle in. Has a very unique grandpa name with many indecipherable layers of historical context and family history that the grandkids will probably never understand. Buys them beautifully made clothes that they would immediately ruin. Talks to them about their shared interests: boats, planes, and other well-designed machines.Hoste Bottled Cocktails Regalis Black Truffle Microwaveable PopcornNordic Ware Indoor/Outdoor Kettle Smoker Custom OpinelBerea College Intersections Charcuterie BoardBig Nights PlannerSuzanne Sullivan Porcelain Playing Cards or Bone Inlay Domino SetBlackwater & Sons Return Address StampBillion Oyster Project donationRex Design Oyster PlateMy dad. 82 years old. Loves to read serious nonfiction but bus all the books he wants. Loves French and Italian wine but his taste is too expensive for me and he has all the gadgets. Generally expensive taste that's above my pay grade. He dresses pretty dapper and lives in NYC. Gets lots of compliments on his glasses and clothes. Grills meat for dinner nearly every night but stuck in his ways when it comes to cooking. Very much a creature of habit. Likes jazz and classic rock. Best gifts I've gotten for him are interesting casual clothes he wouldn't find himself, a dapper custom English umbrella, taking him to see live jazz…Campo GrandeThe Durand - bottle opener for old bottles/corksRalph Lauren custom stuff! Hello, cashmere sweater.Vintage tie clip or cuff links from TRRVinyl Me, Please subscriptionThe Jazz Loft Project: Photographs and Tapes of W. Eugene Smith from 821 Sixth Avenue, 1957–1965Preservation Hall Drum Ornament or TambourineBlue Note merchOkay, now that I've seen this I feel okay sending a description of my dad. He's a 67-year-old workaholic lawyer many have described as "quite the character, huh?" He takes himself very seriously, though he also can be quite mischievous and loves to stir the pot. His interests include fishing, geopolitics, and monologuing. I truly feel like I've explored all gifting avenues already with him: consumables for his major sweet tooth, outdoorsy gear that he already buys himself, political or economic books that won't lead to arguments (he's conservative, I'm liberal), and seemingly every dog toy or black Labrador art print under the sun. He doesn't drink and mostly sticks to heart-healthy food. While he has many entertaining childhood stories, it seems unlikely he will set aside time for something activity-based like StoryWorth, as he spends most of his at-home free time watching YouTube videos about things like beekeeping (yes, I've gotten him multiple artisanal honeys that had little impact). I'm at my wits' end with this conundrum of a father, please help!Unexpected: 30 Years of Patagonia Outdoor PhotographyCustom Smathers & Branson BeltsPort Bait Co. Bait/LuresreMarkableNorth Spore Mushroom-Growing KitsPack of AvecMerippa House ShoesFather-in-law is the definition of introverted, deeply obsessed with cars (has several classic ones), and model trains (legit has an entire room for trains that has like, an actual functional drawbridge for the trains). Also loves good food and good tequila!“Rod Stewart's ideal Christmas present? Brushes for his model railway”Dining by Rail: The History and Recipes of America's Golden Age of Railroad Cuisine by James D. PorterfieldCharles Ro Supply Co. gift certificateToyo Toolbox Chevrolet Corvette 1961 Lego SetMajor Minis Alessi The Tending BoxSisters & Sisters-in-LawPresent for woo-woo disorganized sister who holds a grudge & has two adorable kidsHouse of Intuition CandlesA Daily Cloud CalendarHightide DTLA Moon CalendarHa Ko Incense LeavesGolde Superfoods Mask KitEsker Bodycare Discovery SetJulia Elsas Wiggle Wall HooksOk this one is may be a doozy. New SIL: she describes herself as an author but will never discuss her writing, we've never seen anything, nothing published (she is 40, we had a running theory maybe her "writing" was OnlyFans? It's unclear.) She loves Disney (I have secured Hanna Anderson Disney Christmas PJs), Rudy Giuliani (!!!), and believes enough conspiracy theories that we had to change our will about w hich uncle would get our kids if we died. Zola was "too downmarket" for their wedding registry but she doesn't know which fork to use (to be clear, both of these things are fine, just incongruent, right?). So I need something that feels sophisticated but maybe...isn't.Ami Ami Mulled Wine KitGentlewoman Modern Manners Postcard SetAnya Hindmarch Bespoke Passport WalletMadewell Disney Mickey Mouse-Embroidered Cardigan Sweater in (Re)sponsible CashmereKitsch & Disney Satin Pillowcase - Desert CrownBird by Bird by Anne LamottBlack Women Writers at Work How to Write an Autobiographical Novel: Essays by Alexander CheeCultish by Amanda MontellFour Seasons Total Landscaping HatBoyfriend's sister: 29, children's librarian and loves children's books/ movies. Pretty much hates everything I've ever given her and doesn't really have any taste that isn't just stuff her 63 y/o mother likes... when I try to get her clothes that are more age-appropriate (read: no for a woman in her 60s), she never wears them. She's not materialistic BUT loves going to Home Goods just to get stuff? Also has a New Year's Day bday so I need two things. And this is a big bday (30!)! My boyfriend got her a big set of glass Tupperware which was a huge hit, but then got her a nutri bullet (the mom loves hers) and she hated that. HELP!!!Book of the Month subscriptionPersephone GiftsTortuga or Schoolhouse or Justina Blakeney bookendsBrooklyn Public Library Books Unbanned donationVintage READ Posters from American Library AssociationRalph & James - framed children's picture book art printsFilm Art Gallery - classic children's movie posters Yellow Paper House Junque JournalOur Place Wonder OvenSIL Trying to be an influencer and posts sporadic videos on THIS APP about a home design of a suburban cookie-cutter house. Always mansplains the littlest things. Snobby but for no reason. But also probably a nice person to people she likes? Probably!Fiona's Pasta Gift BoxMaria Ida DesignsMadre Linen NapkinsBig Night or The Six Bells depending on her vibe—anything from either feels safe!Canva subscriptionAllison Bornstein or Lakyn Carlton styling sessionLivable Luxe by Brigette RomanekArranging Things by Colin King Beata Heuman: Every Room Should SingSister-in-law: she is a corporate lawyer and very much a Dallas girly (lives in Dallas but also embodies the Dallas vibes with beach blonde hair, very fancy car to drive 5 minutes to work, has a texting relationship with sales associates at various designer stores). If you read the NYTimes article from a few months ago explaining the Dallas food scene, she embodies the Dallas consumer exactly. She is a bit of a Broadway nerd. She is basically the opposite of me in almost every possible way, and I'm always afraid to shop for her. Last year I got her a gift set from The Crown Affair and I don't think she knew a thing about it. Would like to stay
F1 race thoughts, tons of listener calls and updates about OPM, the new Ramsay restaurant, another 1923 location and lots more Vegasy stuff The post FHBM #897: Sounds Like Butt Stuff first appeared on Five Hundy By Midnight.
Chef Paul Cunningham, based in Dundrum, County Down, walks the walk like no chef we've ever met before. The owner of “slow food fast food” Scopers in Dundrum Village and the upscale pop-up Mourne Larder, Cunningham sources all of his food from within a 15 mile radius and never sets foot in a grocery store. His business model puts his ethos into practice in a way we've never seen, and he's successfully bridging the gap between consumers and thoughtfully grown, regenerative food at affordable price points—all while shining a spotlight on the Mournes where he was raised and creating insanely delicious, Michelin quality cuisine.We spoke to Paul about what ethical sourcing looks like in practice; making local, sustainable food approachable & affordable food for the average diner; how chefs have a responsibility to be stewards of the land; secret dining; and the limits of growth for a successful business.Photo courtesy of Paul Cunningham.Dyed Green is a project of Bog & Thunder, whose mission is to highlight the best of Irish food and culture, through food tours, events, and media. Find out more at www.bogandthunder.com.Dyed Green is Powered by Simplecast.
Jeremy and Rhonda are sitting at the bar at Narcoossee's, having drinks at Il Mulino, enjoying Sushi and Karaoke at Kimonos, and having a snack at City Works.Follow Us on Social MediaFacebook GroupFacebook: @MainStMagicTwitter: @MainStMagicInstagram: @MainStMagicVisit Us Onlinewww.MainStMagic.comwww.WonderlandCrew.comwww.MainStreetShirts.comGet Dining Alerts!Find last-minute and hard-to-find Disney dining reservations with MouseDining.com! Get text and email alerts when popular theme park dining reservations open up. Get last-minute seating! Get the next table! Set your alerts now! Get the next reservation!Visit our Partnerswww.MSMFriends.comGet a FREE vacation quote to your favorite destinationMainStMagicTravel.com for a free quoteThanks to TFresh Productions for our theme song
Today, we cover the ongoing dining pilot project, public health code violations at the Nassau St. locations of Mochinut and Ani Ramen, the first meeting between President Joe Biden and China's Xi Jinping in a year, and an armed assault on a Haitian hospital. Dining Pilot - https://www.dailyprincetonian.com/article/2023/11/princeton-data-dining-pilot-committee-working-group
This is the Live Call-in Show from this past Sunday night, November 12, 2023! During this show, Mike & Scott were back together to take your calls for the hour on a variety of fun Disney topics! First, we discussed what we saw on social media from the first Jollywood Nights event at Disney's Hollywood Studios. What did we like and what would we like Disney to work on for the remainder of the parties? Listener Beth (who was at the first party) calls in to give her perspective, which was very helpful! Hunter calls in from Mississippi to have a fun discussion around some new places to dine for his Thanksgiving trip to Walt Disney World next week too! Scott also give some advice on Aulani as a DVC purchase! We hope you enjoy today's show! Please visit our website at www.beourguestpodcast.com. Thank you so much for your support of our podcast! Also, please follow the show on Twitter @BeOurGuestMike and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/beourguestpodcast. Become a patron of the Be Our Guest Podcast over at www.patreon.com/BeOurGuestPodcast. Thanks to our friends at The Magic For Less Travel for sponsoring today's podcast!
When a kid loses a dad as an infant or small child, fatherlessness is all they know. A child will grow not only physically but emotionally and spiritually as well. And as they mature, their perspective and understanding of the loss experienced will also grow. God offers grace to children growing up without a dad. Processing loss by suicide adds layers to the grief process but is no match for God's mercy, compassion, and healing. You will be encouraged to hear Evan talk about: Grief in the middle school years The impact of a mentor Becoming a man without a dad Encouragement for fatherless young men Additional Resources: Christmas Hope: A morning of Comfort and Joy for single and widow moms and their fatherless children. The Impact of a Mentor with Evan Apon and Dave Inabnit Thanksgiving and Dining at the King's Table with Evan Apon Mom, you are not alone! Join our private Facebook group for more encouragement and community: https://bit.ly/widowmom For more information and helpful resources, check our website: PerspectiveMinistries.org & follow us on Instagram @PerspectiveMinistries.
Co-owners and ChefsTara Buzan-Hardy and Alex Hardy joined forces to open At The Table BYOB, beginning in a cozy venue. Since opening they've created a balance between savory comfort foods and gastronomic artistry for all discerning palates. The results speak for themselves, as their restaurant's popularity grew. Now, they've expanded into a larger venue and added cocktail offerings; happy hour specials; raw bar; and more. The couple, whose respective backgrounds also reflect their duality for their guests' dining experiences, are constantly developing new dishes to entice their guests and their own culinary imaginations.Our next guest, Kenneth Bush, is both Executive Chef & Owner of FringeBar in Philadelphia. Chef Kenneth joined us to further discuss the artistry behind cultivating a menu reflective of the venue space and his expertise. FringeBar, which is located within the contemporary FringeArts performance theatre, offers multiple cuisines: One which is focused on a more innovative menu, and the second via a stationary food truck named Pumphouse Pizza. Chef/Owner Kenneth has a long history within the culinary community, working within the kitchens of Peter Woosley. Now, Chef Kenneth not only owns and runs FringeBar, he also co-owns the newly opened restaurant, The Morris. Fresh is best, something that Ben Beaver, who works as the Executive Chef at Ever Grain Brewing Company, Ever Grain Farms, and their recently opened Wild Rabbit Pies and Pints stands by. Ever Grain's owners have a strong focus on offering creative and innovative beers using farm-fresh produce--in fact, they've sourced their ingredients from the plants that Chef Beaver and their support staff have grown at Ever Grain Farms. In addition to the craft brews, Chef Beaver incorporates the beers, produce, and proteins from the farm to create the menus for both the brewery as well as at Wild Rabbit Pies and Pints! So, if you want to learn more about the delightfully creative restaurants that joined us this week--be sure to tune in to Food Farms and Chefs Radio Show at 6PM on WWDB and WPEN today if you live in the Philadelphia listening area, or Friday at 1pm on WMLD 103.7 FM if you live in the New York, Connecticut, and Northern New Jersey regions, or you can stream us at any time by searching for us on your preferred streaming platform!
Author and journalist Mickey Lyons is one of the people you want to know if you want your finger on the pulse of drinking, dining and merriment in Detroit. She's our guest today and we talk about the changed landscape, new trends, and more in Southeast Michigan. Feedback as always - dailydetroit - at - gmail - dot - com or 313-789-3211 Follow us on Apple Podcasts: https://lnk.to/dailydetroitonapple Or Spotify: https://lnk.to/dailydetroitonspotify Thanks to our members: http://www.patreon.com/dailydetroit Or those who do a one-time contribution: http://www.buymeacoffee.com/dailydetroit
T is for Tour d'Argent. In this episode, we take you inside the famed Tour d'Argent restaurant on the Left Bank of Paris, and you'll hear from me and my wife Lina Nordin Gee as we dine. We also discuss our thoughts on the renovation job from 2022/2023, which has made for one of the most stunning dining experiences in France. And as for the food: Wow. Mentioned in this episode: The Tour d'Argent restaurant. Book a table here. Tour d'Argent address: 15 Quai de la Tournelle, 75005 Paris Do you like The Earful Tower? Become a Patreon member of The Earful Tower here to support this show and get extras. Want to do a tour? Get in touch on The Earful Tower's social media or book directly here: www.theearfultower.com/tours The music in this episode is from Pres Maxson, find his Substack here: https://presmaxson.substack.com/