Our favorite live music memories and favorite bands to see in concert. Prioritization of thinness and seeking validation for weight loss. Rage against the before/after photos and much, much more! Sign up for our NEWSLETTER HELLO NED DISCOUNT CODE JOY for 15% OFF www.joyandclaire.com Girls Gone Wod email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: joyandclaire_ The post 139: Flavors of Validation appeared first on This is Joy & Claire.
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In this week's episode we talk about Laura's hate for camping and Steph's new love for Vegas. We then talk about all things laser hair removal, our PDA comfort levels, and high speed pursuits. We end the episode chatting about facing our fears to bring up those nerve wracking convos in relationships as well as our advice if someone is contemplating divorce. Flavors of the Week: Laura - Too Good to Go App Steph - Summer Renaissance by Beyonce Join our Facebook group, Club Wine Over Matter and follow us on Instagram - @WineOverMatterPod, @CrunchesBeforeBrunches, and @AuthenticallySteph! You can also find us on TikTok, @WineOverMatterPod! Thanks for supporting us and our sponsors: Anchor Music used in this week's episode provided by Uppbeat (License code: HC5SSAI4EHNGWR2) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wineovermatter/message
Episode 129: “Any movie that has a hook hand sharpening scene is a must-watch!”The guys debate the Top 5 Revenge Movies of all time, and the greatest snow cone flavor in this episode. Highlights:· The highly anticipated conclusion to the cliffhanger does niacin make lima beans grow?· Jim and Joseph's Willy Wonka-style golden ticket fantasy· The film debut of Jeff Goldblum as a rapist · Joseph's overzealous exposé on the history of shaved ice· Would you murder a family for some silver dollars?· Which movie(s) used over 450 gallons of fake blood?· Odd = New York, Even = L.A.· What is the only Star Trek movie Jim has ever seen?· Elvis in a Death Wish musical?· What is the Spanish word for snow cone?· All hell breaks loose when a faithful listener demands an apology of George and Joseph on Jim's behalf.**This show is dedicated to the memory of Humble, Texas' Raspa Man; may your ice never melt and your lips be forever stained with flavored dye.**
Here's what's trending - London has some new wild ice cream flavors, Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson break up, and The Jonas Brothers are celebrating some of their hits from the past
In this encore episode, Ellen explains what to make with under-ripe wild grapes and C.L. persuades listeners to combine some creamy brie cheese with those homegrown tomatoes. Next we explain that the end of the summer is the ideal time to propagate everything from woody ornamentals to annuals and perennials. Now that cooler weather is on the horizon, we discuss what can be transplanted in the fall, and answer a listener's concern about importing bugs into the house when she brings potted houseplants back in for the winter. :32 What's for dinner: End of Summer Flavors! Partially ripe wild grapes and home grown tomatoes with creamy brie and fresh basil. 5:48 Eat/Drink/Grow: taking cuttings. If you want to propagate a favorite shrub, perennial or tree, now is the time for making cuttings. 21:22 Did You Know? Fall transplanting. Which plants can be moved early in the fall? 28:02 Love Letters and Questions: bring your houseplants indoors but leave the bugs outside.
Howard is in awe of the Nature Boy Ric Flair's dazzling performance, in fact he looked like a million bucks. Franklin talks about watching ambuLAnce on his flight. Also what would Franklin and Uncle Howard do if they were in a closet watching a wrestling superstar make sex? Well only one way you could find out.
Featuring special guest Abbie Phelps (https://twitter.com/goodhunterabbie)! DRIVE ANGRY is not a very good movie. In fact, it's kind of a piece of shit. But like a lot of piece of shit movies, it's far more charming, fun, and likeable than the sum of its parts would lead you to believe. Nic Cage is John Milton (yeah), a man back from hell who seeks revenge on cult leader Jonah King (yeah) for killing his daughter and kidnapping his granddaughter in pursuit of netherworldly gain. Piper (Amber Heard) is honestly just kind of caught up in it, but eventually she makes it her sworn mission to help Milton. If at this point in the summary, you get stuck on questions like “why,” maybe it's not for you. That's okay. Links: - Find Abbie on Twitter at https://twitter.com/goodhunterabbie - Find your local abortion fund at https://abortionfunds.org/funds/ - “NIC CAGE, NATIONAL TREASURE” (June - Aug 2022 at the Trylon): https://www.trylon.org/films/category/national-treasure/ - “GENE TIERNEY” (July 2022 at the Trylon): https://www.trylon.org/films/category/gene-tierney/ - “YAPHET KOTTO” (Aug 2022 at the Trylon): https://www.trylon.org/films/category/yaphet-kotto/ Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/trylovepodcast and email us at email@example.com to get in touch! Buy tickets and support the Trylon at https://www.trylon.org/. Theme: "Raindrops" by Huma-Huma/"No Smoking" PSA by John Waters. Outro: "Alive" by Mark Campbell and performed by Meatloaf from the DRIVE ANGRY soundtrack. Timestamps 0:00 - Episode 184: DRIVE ANGRY (2011) with Abbie Phelps 3:10 - The Patented Aaron Grossman Summary 6:22 - Why this movie sticks despite its stupidity 13:39 - Casting & other unconventional choices 19:43 - Hell Dudes Rock: The Movie 27:08 - Flavors of exploitation 34:45 - How 2010s this movie is 50:58 - The Junk Drawer 57:13 - Cody's Noteys: Drivelove (driving movies trivia)
Mickeyphile Podcast Episode 101We have news about snacks, dessert parties and more at Mickey's Not so Scary Halloween Party, and some other things. Then we'll shoot the breeze about the Flavors of Florida at Disney Springs, our upcoming weekend trip, and whatever else comes to mind. On Episode 101 of the Mickeyphile Podcast. Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/946434275769168/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mickeyphile_podcast/ Intro Music:Strength of the Titans by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5744-strength-of-the-titansLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Outro Music:Adding the Sun by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5708-adding-the-sunLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
On this week's episode we have Courtney back on the pod! We waste no time by getting right into it and talking about farting in relationships. We then dive into Courtney's relationship - their one year anniversary, first vacation together, and other milestones! We then answer some of your questions, play a round of “He's a 10 but…”, and then discuss the latest things we've been watching! Follow Courtney on her new pop culture Instagram, @popculturecoco! Flavors of the Week: Laura - @EricaNKullberg on IG or ErikaKullberg on TikTok Steph - Poo-Pourri Courtney - Meant to Be by Emily Giffin Join our Facebook group, Club Wine Over Matter and follow us on Instagram - @WineOverMatterPod, @CrunchesBeforeBrunches, and @AuthenticallySteph! You can also find us on TikTok, @WineOverMatterPod! Thanks for supporting us and our sponsors: Macy's Wine Shop + Anchor Music used in this week's episode provided by Uppbeat (License code: HC5SSAI4EHNGWR2) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wineovermatter/message
Iron Chef, author, restauranteur and one of Food Network’s biggest stars, Michael Symon joins Dane Neal on WGN Radio. Hear as Chef Symon shares the excitement for his new hit show BBQ USA on the Food Network, where he takes viewers along on his national tour of BBQ competitions and the foods and friends that […]
The most successful men in Hollywood, a.k.a Hayes Davenport and Sean Clements, join us this week. They tell Ku and Su about drinks that have the fizz of beer without the baggage, and share their faves. Plus, flavored coffee beans and oral care are improving Hayes and Sean's fasting experience. Please note, Add To Cart contains mature themes and may not be appropriate for all listeners. To see all products mentioned in this episode, head to @addtocartpod on Instagram. To purchase any of the products, see below. Hayes is adding the 1994 film “The Scout” to cart Crack open a cold one safely with Hoplark's Thai Basil and Brilliant Basil drinks Hayes and Sean are feeling fantastic with the Fastic app Try Nature's Flavors coffee beans during your fast Closys Oral Spray for when fasting makes your breath smelly Stankin' retainer? Try Dental Pod Listen to the guys on their podcast Hollywood Handbook Support The Flagrant Ones on Patreon Stay up to date with us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @LemonadaMedia. Joining Lemonada Premium is a great way to support our show and get bonus content. Subscribe today at bit.ly/lemonadapremium. Click this link for a list of current sponsors and discount codes for this show and all Lemonada shows: lemonadamedia.com/sponsorsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Wine is a product of nature, human intervention, chemistry, and it's subject to many outside influences – storage, transport, handling – that can do a number on what's inside the bottle. In this episode, we cover the main things that could go wrong with wine, how they got there, and what to do about it (where possible)! Photo: Pixabay Shout out to Jamie Goode, the outstanding scientist and wine writer who makes so many complex science concepts so easy to understand. Here is the link to his book, “The Science of Wine from Vine to Glass,” from which some of the reference materials for the pod were taken. Also to “Sotheby's Wine Encyclopedia,” who (always with the humor of Tom Stevenson) brings up a number of very real faults that a lot of the mainstream wine press forget to mention (sauerkraut, anyone?). Other sources are below! Here are the show notes: We start with defining what a flaw is in a wine, versus a taint, as defined by Jamie Goode. Then we talk about just plain old sucky wine. Flaw v Taint: Flaw is endemic to the wine, it happened in winemaking or vineyard Taint is from outside winemaking, like from packaging or from the winery We discuss the Japanese concept that talks about how small flaws can accentuate beauty (it is called Wabi-Sabi, the art of imperfection). Not all technical flaws are bad! NOT FLAWS: Next we tackle things that need to be dealt with, but aren't flaws or taints: Sediment: What is it? Tannin chains combining and falling out of solution. Looks like your coffee filter threw up or there are brown flakes in the wine. What do you do? Decant, get a filter Sediment on a glass from Canva Images Cork floating in your wine: What is it? User error or an old cork. If you break the cork when you take it out, it may drop some flakes into the wine. If it's an old cork, this is even more likely! What do you do? Fish it out with you finger, a spoon, or get a filter Film/oily looking stuff on the surface: What is it? Most likely it's dishwashing soap residue from either glasses or decanter What do you do? Clean your glasses of the residue, send the glass back if you're in a restaurant. At home, warm water is often good enough to clean wine glasses as long as you have a good brush Bubblegum, pear drop, nail-polish like aromas: What is it? These aromas come from carbonic maceration, a red winemaking technique where the winemaker ferments the grapes with no oxygen or yeast. Instead they use carbon dioxide to promote the conversion of sugar and malic acid to alcohol. Byproducts of this process are these aromas, and more to boot. Overly cool fermentations can also cause these types of aromas. What do you do? If you hate this, chuck the bottle or give it away and remember you don't like wines made with carbonic maceration. Never buy Beaujolais Nouveau! Tartrate crystals: What is it? Crystals appear either on the side of the cork that was in contact with the wine or, often, at the bottom of the glass in white wines. Tartaric acid was not fined, filtered or stabilized out so tartaric acid crystals formed and the wine cleaned itself up naturally! What do you do? Dare I say it again? Get a filter and get them out if they are in your wine. If they are on the cork, admire how pretty they are and enjoy the wine. Earthiness, green pepper notes: What is it? Just normal wine flavors. The earthiness could be from terroir or it could be the grape. Green pepper is from a compound called methoxypyrazine that is common in Cabernet Sauvignon and its parents, Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc What do you do? If you love it, drink wines with those profiles. If not, there are plenty of wines without these characteristics Before getting into the major faults, I discuss one that is on the line: Cloudy/Hazy wine: If it's not sediment causing the problem, it could be protein. It may settle out or it may just be part of the wine. Natural wines and unfiltered wines have haze often. Just proceed with caution if you see it. It could be fine or indicate a flaw to come. Then we hit the hard-core flaws 1. Cork taint What is it? It comes across as musty, wet dog, wet wool, cardboard or, at lower levels, as a wine with acidity and bitterness but no fruit flavor. It is caused by a molecule called TCA, which lives in the pockets of corks but also barrels, cardboard, wood cases, and corks (so yes, screw cap wines can have taint!) What do you do? About 1-3 bottles in 100 have TCA taint, since cork is better chosen and sanitized now. People also use cork alternatives – plastic corks, screw caps, etc, but event those aren't foolproof. If you get a corked wine, return it. There's no fixing it (although occasionally if the wine is just musty, a good swirl and some time will bring it back) Photo: Pexels 2. Oxidation What is it? When too much oxygen enters the wine in production, bottling, or storage (the cork or screw cap wasn't affixed properly), the wine can be exposed to too much oxygen. Oxygen is important to making a wine taste great when it's in your glass but if it has too much oxygen before you are ready to drink it, it can make white wines a little brown/tawny, reds a little orange/brown. They will have Sherry-like notes, which shouldn't be there and they will acquire nutty, smelly caramel notes in reds or, if it occurs with Volatile Acidity – vinegar notes. Oxidized wine can also be flat in flavor and aroma What do you do? If it tastes ok to you, drink it! It won't get better so if you hate it and it's oxidized, bring it back 3. Volatile acidity (VA) What is it? When acetic acid or lactic bacteria is present on the grapes or in the winemaking and has these substances have sufficient oxygen to grow, the wine will taste like vinegar, or nail polish remover. At low levels, VA can present savory and sweet notes that taste good, but at high levels the wine is undrinkable. What do you do? Bring it back for an exchange or refund 5. Reduction/sulfur issues What is it? If you make wine in a reductive fashion – with very little oxygen and utilize too much sulfur, things can go wrong. Yeast make volatile sulfur compounds and things go bad quickly. Hopefully the winemaker catches it before bottling. If not, your wine will smell like burnt rubber, skunk, onion, garlic, rotten eggs, and smelly drains. These are ethyl mercaptans and they are so gross. What do you do? If any of the above listed smells are in your wine, return it. There is one related thing, however, that may be ok: the smell of matchstick or flint. You may find those aromas in wines that have been made in a reductive fashion. If you swirl or aerate the wine, it will blow off. If your wine has a struck match aroma, rather than a burnt one, give it a few minutes before you issue a verdict and return it. Reductive wines can smell like skunk! Photo: Pixabay 5. Maderized wine What is it? The wine has been cooked from poor storage or transport. Often these wines are also oxidized (bonus!). They taste like stewed fruit, burnt caramel, and jam. If you look at cork you may see wine leaking out, and when you remove the cork, there is often wine up and down the sides What do you do? The wine is toast. You can't save it, so return it. 6. Bubbles in a still wine: What is it? Carbon dioxide has infiltrated the wine. It could be added for texture and style fizz like in Vinho Verde, some Austrian and German wines. OR, and this is the flaw, the wine was bottles with too much residual sugar after fermentation, and yeast were still alive. That fizz is an unplanned secondary fermentation happening in the bottle: re-fermentation has started What do you do? If it's intentional, it's great. You can swirl to get the bubbles out and that sometimes works if you don't like seeing bubbles (or you can just make peace with them)! If it's frothy from secondary fermentation – it's spoiled, bring it back to the shop. 7. Lightstrike What is it? Ultraviolet (UV) and blue rays from artificial lights and the sun break up amino acids in wine and cause it to stink like cabbage, cauliflower, farmyard/poo skunk, and cardboard. This fault happens most often with whites and wine in clear bottles. According to San Francisco retailer J.J. Buckley, clear bottles block only 10% of light, amber bottles block 90% of light, and green bottles block 50% of light. That means whites and rosés in clear bottles are especially susceptible. What do you do? The bottle is ruined, return it Cabbage smelling wine is often from Lightstrike Photo: Pixabay 8. Brettanomyces: What is it? Metabolites produced by yeast called Brettanomyces bruxellensis – (shortened to brett in wine parlance), wait around until AFTER fermentation, then they consume the residual sugar saccharomyces cerevisiae (normal yeast) have left. The byproducts are flavor chemicals that can lead to manure, horse saddle, band aid, medicinal, and metallic notes. This happens mostly in red wines, as white wines have acidity to protect them. What do you do? How you view the wine is really based on taste. Flavors vary based on the strain of brett, and the level of it in the wine. At low levels it adds gaminess, earthiness, spice, and savory notes to the wine. It can be hard to pinpoint in a wine. If you like these types of flavors, you likely enjoy brett. If not, stick with more New World wines from larger wineries, as they really try to eliminate all traces of the metabolite! 9. Mousy What is it? In wines without sulfite protection, mainly natural wines these days, the wine has a few molecules that smell like a mouse or mouse pee. The wine can seem fine when you open it but then the aroma and flavor can appear as the wine is in the glass. Often it just stinks right from the get-go What do you do? Sensitivity varies. Some people hate it, some are ok with it. Some can really detect it, others don't notice it. Again, it's down to personal choice whether or not you return the wine for the flaw or accept and like it. 10. Smoke taint Fires in California have caused smoke taint. Photo: Unsplash What is it? A direct result of nearby wildfires. According to Australian research, grapes are most susceptible to smoke, ash, ashtray, singed, and cured meat notes if fires are near the grapes from the period after veraison (when grapes change color, the last stage of ripening) through harvest. Flavor compounds permeate the skins, especially and the result is red wines that are nearly impossible to save. Whites from wildfire vintages are usually ok, as there is no skin contact necessary and the pulp is protected by the skins, but red wines can't be fixed without affecting wine quality, for now. What do you do? For now, there is no solution to smoke taint. If you see a wine is from a vintage and an area that had wildfires, caveat emptor. Some wineries will release a wine even if it's like choking on an ashtray. Better to stick with whites from the area, if you can. _______________________________ Other stuff not always on the taint list! Soapiness: Happens when acids produced by yeast are like salts: Caprylic acid salt (decanoic acid), and leave a soapy taste especially in white wines. They smell like soap but are fruitier. This note is common in high-alcohol wines. (Source: the "Le Nez Du Vin" wine faults kit and Sotheby's Wine Encyclopedia). Like everything, a small amount is tolerable, a larger amount is a fault (and of course, make sure that soapiness isn't from actual soap, as previously mentioned) Soapiness is a fault in a wine! Cheese: If it's subtle or in an old Riesling, cheese notes are usually good and integrate with the wine's flavors. If it's more like stinky cheese, it's from ethyl butryrate and the wine is done: Take it back Geranium notes in sweet wines are from sorbic acid or the degradation of geraniol aromas. It is considered a flaw, as are the phenol off-flavors of Carnation notes. Whether or not you like the wine is a matter of taste, but in high concentrations, it is gross and a flaw. Sauerkraut notes are a bridge too far beyond sour milk or sour cream and are from too much bacteria in the malolactic fermentation. Yuck! This is a definite return to the shop! This is by no means a total and complete list, but we did the best we can and hopefully it will help you ID what is a flawed or tainted wine and what is just a wine that is poorly made and bad. _______________________________________________________________ Thanks to our sponsors this week: Wine Spies uncovers incredible wines at unreal prices - on Zinfandel, Barolo, Champagne...you name it - up to 75% off! It's not a club and there's no obligation to buy. They have a build-a-case option, so you can mix and match wines while enjoying free shipping on every purchase. Visit www.winespies.com/normal you'll get $10 credit to use on your first order! Check them out today! If you think our podcast is worth the price of a bottle or two of wine a year, please become a member of Patreon... you'll get even more great content, live interactions and classes! www.patreon.com/winefornormalpeople To register for an AWESOME, LIVE WFNP class with Elizabeth go to: www.winefornormalpeople.com/classes
On this episode I chatted with Senior writer at 405 Magazine, Greg Horton. Most people know Greg for his food writing, thats only a snippet of what he writes about and today we get into it all. His extremely interesting past, military, small towns, food, religion you name it. Gregs Story touches it all. We talk about UK food and the diversity in OKC'ss food scene. I hope this episode encourages you to branch out and try some more flavors because OKC pretty much covers every single one of them! Follow Greg here www.instagram.com/expastor 405 Top 100 List things to eat in OKC: https://www.405magazine.com/100-things-to-eat-in-okc/ This episode is presented by the Oklahoma Hall of Fame, telling Oklahoma's story through its people since 1927. For more information the Oklahoma Hall of Fame go to www.oklahomahof.com and for daily updates go to www.instagram.com/oklahomahof #thisisoklahoma
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Once you pop, you just can't stop! This week, Craig and Aaron talk about the best chip flavors on the market. QUESTION OF THE WEEK: If you could create your own unique chip flavor, what would it be? Share it with us on social media, TAP HERE to leave us a voice message OR email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and you could hear your opinion on an upcoming episode.
It was the summer after my senior year of high school. I had just graduated and I was on my way to Chiquila, Mexico. We landed, for my first time in Mexico, and drove to a remote village where everything was new to me. There was something so foreign, yet so inviting, and that combination made me dive into every experience that approached me over the next few weeks. One thing that stood out to me in such a profound way was the way the culture was food, and the food was culture. As we walked the streets, there were open air dining areas where the community gathered. Grandmas in the village were hand crafting their own tortillas with a method I could have never imagined. The salsa and vegetables were prepared in a way that revealed flavors and cooking techniques that I would have never known existed. Since coming back to the east coast, I had yet to find an option on the shelf or in the restaurants that brought me back there…until I had Somos. Through learning more about this brand and the co-founders who created it, I knew that I had so much more to learn and that it was a conversation I knew would expand all of our knowledge on the way we approach Mexican Cuisine and culture. Through this conversation with Miguel Leal you will hear: What role food plays in the average Mexican household.The main difference in the food culture between America and Mexico. Through working in many of the leading retail food brands, what led Miguel to start Somos.What sets Somos apart from other Mexican food brands and ways you can use each product.What we all can adopt from Mexican table culture. Miguel said through this conversation, “Once you fall in love with the food, you fall in love with the culture. That's what we want to do at Somos. I want to bring two neighboring cultures together, one taco at a time.” My hope is that this conversation does exactly that! ------------------------------------Visit This Episodes Sponsors Cotier Brand:Save 15% on conversation napkins at Cotier w/ code Gather15 through their website here!
Hi again, everyone! We are in New City this episode with our friend Byron (Chi Food Local)! This is a very important part of town with some fun history! Also, We ate at Restaurante Y Taqueria Guerrero. They have some delicious food! Tune in and learn with us! Visit our website and check out our new interactive map to visit all the restaurants and cool sites we've featured on the podcast! BPositiveProd.com/77FlavorsChi Thank you to our partner, Choose Chicago! #chicaGOandKnow WATCH US ON YOUTUBE HERE! Follow us on IG: 77 Flavors of Chicago @77flavorschi Dario @super_dario_bro Sara @TamarHindi.s --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/77-flavors-of-chicago/support
In teatime, host Rekaya Gibson features honeybush tea by Numi. In tea talk, she discusses honeybush tea, an herbal tea native to South Africa. In tea news, she announces the expansion of Clipper, a British-based tea company, to the United States. Mentioned in This Episode: Numi Tea, numitea.com What is honeybush tea? What are the health benefits of honeybush tea? What are the side effects of honeybush tea? How to prepare honeybush tea? South Africa Clipper, clipper-teas.com Sources: Kiel, A. (2022, June 29). U.K.-based Clipper Tea Expands in the United States with New Packaging and Flavors. worldteanews.com/retail/uk-based-clipper-tea-expands-united-states-new-packaging-and-flavors Lang, A. (2020, May 19). Honeybush Tea: Benefits and Side Effects. Healthline. healthline.com/nutrition/honeybush-tea#bottom-line WebMD. Health Benefits of Honeybush Tea. webmd.com/diet/health-benefits-honeybush-tea#1
Today we sat down with a Bay Area Tastemaker who has been there since the Origins of each Phase of Cannabis History to come out of the San Francisco Legendary Bay Area. So much rich cannabis history that we speak on in this podcast. The Flavors coming through in every HIT and those legendary strains are the taste and smell of cannabis history. A rich Bay Area History and sometimes Deep Story Behind every strain and every Eighth. Then let's take this to another Connoisseur Level with SF Canna because they hired a Professional Sushi Roller to Roll up their top shelf flowers so that ultimate smokeability is achieved every time. This podcast is rich in Bay Area history and just a fun conversation about SF strains, Bay Area Plugs, the best Food Spots and native Strains.. “Freddie” from S.F. Canna, a Bay Area Cannabis Player and Tastemaker, is welcome to First Smoke of the Day.Connect with SF CannaFreddie BiggSF CannaFSOTD SponsorsAthena | IGMango Tech | IGCan-FilterLuxx LightingGrow Generation | IGPower SI | IGJungle Boys | IGThe Diamond Mine | IGFSOTD LinksWebsite | Patreon | YouTubeMake sure to tell all your friends and family to subscribe! Go register on the website or Patreon for all the exclusive ad-free content, BTS, tutorials, and more! Please leave a 5-Star review! We appreciate your support, First Smoke Family! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week I'm talking with cookbook author Adriana Martin. Her beautiful new book, Taco Obsession: Essential Recipes to Celebrate the Flavors of Mexico, explores the history of tacos and is filled with delicious recipes. We talk about the types of tacos from the different regions of Mexico, and about what makes tacos so irresistible.The meal plan that I walk you through in this episode is all about shaking up Taco Tuesday. The Easiest Shrimp Tacos and Grilled Fajitas really showcase how versatile tacos can be. Head over to COOKtheSTORY.com/MealPlans to get the meal plan with links to recipes, and the printable grocery list that goes with it. This one is Meal Plan #96.Have a great week!Christine xoLinks from this episode:Adriana's Blog: adrianasbestrecipes.comInstagram: @adrianasbestrecipesFacebook: @adrianasbestrecipes
ALL THINGS RACIST! What Is Racist and How Do We Know? Cough Cough! The New 52 Flavors of Racism!
Andrew50th Anniversay Disney Castle Pin: https://www.mercari.com/us/item/m72544272855/Goofy Movie Game: https://funkogames.com/games/disney-goofy-movie-game/Gideon's Bakehouse: https://gideonsbakehouse.com/Flavors of Florida (Disney Springs): https://www.disneysprings.com/flavors-of-florida/Marvel Prediction Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=y_M2-YRoEGkLaurenRRR: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8178634/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1Nope!: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt10954984/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0Lady Cherry Art, Buccees/Sonic mashup: https://www.instagram.com/p/CcgiNscAjhq/PatrickBMW Heated Seat Payment Plan: https://boingboing.net/2022/07/23/bmw-sets-out-to-refute-subscription-for-heated-seats-report.htmlThe Rehearsal: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt10802170/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_1SDCC HighlightsGame of Thrones, House of the Dragon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7_4Bn4fioXAThe Lord of the Rings, The Rings of Power: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYnQDsaxHZUDungeons and Dragons, Honor Among Thieves: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IiMinixSXIIPaper Girls: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDz0ioCV1TUSandman: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M7cjD_rBCrAInterview With A Vampire: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEUNbAu4EGEAvatar The Last Airbender continuation series: https://www.polygon.com/sdcc/23275015/animated-avatar-airbender-movie-aangBlack Adam: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=81THcbws7esRock Arrives on stage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-FUhHF2aeEShazaam! Fury of the Gods: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uq3IVfL69oIMarvel Panel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2KPTi4XVf2IPhase 5 Calendar: https://deadline.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/mcu-phase-5-marvel.jpeg?w=1024Phase 6 Calendar: https://images.thedirect.com/media/photos/Phase6.jpgShe Hulk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u7JsKhI2An0I Am Groot: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7eFpRf4tacWakanda Forever: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RlOB3UALvrQTwitch - Live Every Monday at 7pmhttps://www.twitch.tv/mof1podcast
On this week's episode we talk about our love/hate with Instagram. #makeinstagraminstagramagain We talk about our weekends, some wellness journey updates, and if we think Jeff or Jordon would ever come on the podcast. We answer a couple other questions that we didn't get to in our lat Q&A episode, specifically about run-ins with our exes and how we have or would handle it. Flavors of the Week: Laura - Kettle One Botanicals Steph - The Sign by Lizzo Join our Facebook group, Club Wine Over Matter and follow us on Instagram - @WineOverMatterPod, @CrunchesBeforeBrunches, and @AuthenticallySteph! You can also find us on TikTok, @WineOverMatterPod! Thanks for supporting us and our sponsors: Anchor Music used in this week's episode provided by Uppbeat (License code: HC5SSAI4EHNGWR2) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wineovermatter/message
AYYYE! Y'all know what time it is! We talk about Lake View this episode... or Lakeview?? Hmm... Guess you gotta listen to find out! We eat at Coda Di Volpe and have some fancy pizza! Also, we make a case for the chicken. Tune in and learn with us! Visit our website and check out our new interactive map to visit all the restaurants and cool sites we've featured on the podcast! BPositiveProd.com/77FlavorsChi Thank you to our partner, Choose Chicago! #chicaGOandKnow WATCH US ON YOUTUBE HERE! Follow us on IG: 77 Flavors of Chicago @77flavorschi Dario @super_dario_bro Sara @TamarHindi.s --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/77-flavors-of-chicago/support
Erin chats with Volley co-founders, Chris Wirth & Camila Soriano, about their journey to building the wildly popular and (and CLEAN) premium hard seltzer brand. We cover the nasty reality of "natural flavors" and why you should be skeptical (think: sketchy ingredients like juice from a beaver's butt...you read that right), the hidden truths in the food & beverage industry, and why it matters that you consume products from brands that are committed to transparency. Chris & Camila share their journey to create a premium, tequila-based hard seltzer with none of the "nasties" and why their primary goal is transparency and integrity. They spill the deets on starting a brand during the pandemic, how they've fine-tuned their customer feedback process, and some fun facts you probably didn't know about real tequila. Follow @drinkvolley on Instagram for a goooood time and learn more about the product and brand at https://drinkvolley.com/.Find Erin at @erin.france and be sure to subscribe to the @thanksforwaitingpod wherever you listen to podcasts!
Jack Lingle is a local guy (Fargo, ND) who started a simple syrup business. His collection is 29 deep and growing. And, with every flavor, he's got an idea. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Disclaimer: ASMR happens during this episode. You may not understand now, but you will later. In this episode, we are in Roseland! We got the scoop on the history and some very fun facts! Also, we eat at Home of the Hoagie for some of the best sandwiches ever and stop by Old Fashioned Donuts for some classics! Tune in for another fun show! Visit our website and check out our new interactive map to visit all the restaurants and cool sites we've featured on the podcast! BPositiveProd.com/77FlavorsChi WATCH US ON YOUTUBE HERE! Follow us on IG: 77 Flavors of Chicago @77flavorschi Dario @super_dario_bro Sara @TamarHindi.s --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/77-flavors-of-chicago/support
If you're only now talking about turmeric, you're too late. Sparks & Honey's Daily Culture Briefings focus on the cultural signals that are constantly shaping our new normal and how that affects your brand. Today, we look at new and emerging ingredients and discuss strategies for determining which flavors are fads and which are here to stay. Our guest expert is Analisa Winther, Host of the Nordic FoodTech Podcast and corporate innovation venture scout. This episode was recorded live on July 19, 2022 at the Sparks & Honey studio in NYC. It's available as a podcast and video.
On this week's episode we chat about our weekends, the latest step in Laura's relationship, and about when you feel financially ready to buy a home. We talk about our latest stages in our wellness journey and how action is what truly leads to motivation. Flavors of the Week: Laura - Trader Joe's Layered Beef Tostada $3.99 Steph - Trader Joe's Strawberry Lemon Sugar Scrub $5.99 Join our Facebook group, Club Wine Over Matter and follow us on Instagram - @WineOverMatterPod, @CrunchesBeforeBrunches, and @AuthenticallySteph! You can also find us on TikTok, @WineOverMatterPod! Thanks for supporting us and our sponsors: Macy's Wine Shop + Anchor Music used in this week's episode provided by Uppbeat (License code: HC5SSAI4EHNGWR2) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wineovermatter/message
'Ello again, friends! In this episode, we are in Belmont Cragin again! This time with Jessica & Fabian of the Northwest Side Community Development Corporation! They are amazing and their organization is doing some fantastic things for and with the community. Plus, we tell you another huge reason why Chicago is the best city in the world! Also, we had some amazing food at El Mirador! It was our first time having Salvadorian food and it did not disappoint! Tune in and learn with us! Visit our website and check out our new interactive map to visit all the restaurants and cool sites we've featured on the podcast! BPositiveProd.com/77FlavorsChi Thank you to our partner, Choose Chicago! #chicaGOandKnow WATCH US ON YOUTUBE HERE! Follow us on IG: 77 Flavors of Chicago @77flavorschi Dario @super_dario_bro Sara @TamarHindi.s --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/77-flavors-of-chicago/support
My guest is Victor Garcia. He is a Speaker, Entrepreneur, and Ice Cream Connoisseur. As an Accounting and Finance graduate from the University of Texas at Dallas, Victor began his career working in accounting and sales, until he realized these roles were not for him. Victor now owns Sol Dias, an Ice Cream shop specializing in the flavors of Mexico. His passions include continuing to perfect his award-winning ice cream, reading business literature, and spending time with his wife and two sons. FB, Instagram y TikTok: @soldiasco Twitter: @victorfredi22 Mexican Ice Cream SolDias.com @soldiasco Voted 2019 Best Dessert at the Big Taste of Fort Worth Credits: Smart money intro Traveler remix by Wildlight Voice: Eva Hernandez Podcast interview music background Bumbling by Pictures of Floating World
AYYYYE! In this episode we talk about Jefferson Park and we are joined by our dog Campbell! We have worked our way to this all-important community area. Can't wait for you to learn about this one. Also, we stopped by Andy's Deli, a Polish grocery store that's been serving the community for a long time! Tune into another fun one! Visit our website and check out our new interactive map to visit all the restaurants and cool sites we've featured on the podcast! BPositiveProd.com/77FlavorsChi WATCH US ON YOUTUBE HERE! Follow us on IG: 77 Flavors of Chicago @77flavorschi Dario @super_dario_bro Sara @TamarHindi.s --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/77-flavors-of-chicago/support
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Coming up in this episode 1. The origins of the shirts 2. Ubuntu's history 3. And some thoughts on 22.04 Video version https://youtu.be/PCM-h_0Rqbc Support us on Patreon (https://patreon.com/linuxuserspace)! Audio Timestamps 0:00 Cold Open 1:30 The Origin of the Shirts 6:43 Lubuntu's in the Backporting Biz 9:45 Ubuntu's History 11:30 2004 17:01 2005 20:11 2006 24:01 2007 29:55 2008 36:39 2009 40:16 2010 47:52 2011 55:05 2012 1:02:35 2013 1:10:03 2014 1:15:00 2015 1:20:19 2016 1:25:26 2017 1:28:49 2018 1:31:17 2019 1:33:49 2020 1:35:55 2021 1:37:19 2022 1:39:43 A Couple Thoughts on Ubuntu 1:48:13 A New Distro, and a Thanks! 1:50:26 Stinger Banter Dan's Shirt (https://southeastlinuxfest.org) Leo's Shirt (https://ubuntu.com/blog/build-a-raspberry-pi-desktop-with-an-ubuntu-heart) Lubuntu Backports are coming! (https://lubuntu.me/jammy-backports-22-04-1-cft/) Announcements Give us a sub on YouTube (https://linuxuserspace.show/youtube) You can watch us live on Twitch (https://linuxuserspace.show/twitch) the day after an episode drops.(not this episode but normally.) Want to have a topic covered or have some feedback? - send us an email, email@example.com Ubuntu The Saga Some fast links: Main Web Page (https://ubuntu.com) Ubuntu Forums (https://ubuntuforums.org) AskUbuntu (https://askubuntu.com) Ubuntu Discourse (https://discourse.ubuntu.com) Launchpad (https://launchpad.net) Official Flavours (https://ubuntu.com/desktop/flavours) Wiki (https://wiki.ubuntu.com) There are way too many links to get them all! We gathered a great deal from the official Ubuntu Blog (https://ubuntu.com/blog/) The Inception (https://www.informit.com/articles/article.aspx?p=1186095&seqNum=3) Bug #1 (https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bug/1) October 20, 2004 Warty Warthog 4.10 was the first release. Shipit came about the same time (https://web.archive.org/web/20041210114946/http://shipit.ubuntu.com/) Hoary Hedgehog, 5.04, is released (https://ubuntu.com/blog/ubuntu-5-04-released) adding KDE and the Kubuntu flavor. Ubuntu Foundation is Created (https://ubuntu.com/blog/new-ubuntu-foundation-announced) Warty's 18 months are up (https://ubuntu.com/blog/ubuntu-4-10-end-of-support-cycle) Dapper Drake, 6.06, is released (https://ubuntu.com/blog/ubuntu-6-06-lts-released). To date the only release that was late. Also, Xubuntu joined the family with the Xfce desktop. Scott James Remnant dubbed it the Late To Ship release (https://netsplit.com/posts/happy-10th-birthday-ubuntu/) Edgy Eft, 6.10 is released (https://ubuntu.com/blog/canonical-launches-new-ubuntu-release-for-desktops-and-servers), now with more Upstart (https://upstart.ubuntu.com/) Launch Pad 1.0 Beta released (https://ubuntu.com/blog/launchpad-1-0-beta-released) Dell offers Ubuntu 7.04 (https://ubuntu.com/blog/dell-to-offer-ubuntu) on select devices in the US (https://web.archive.org/web/20070503024310/http://direct2dell.com/one2one/archive/2007/05/01/13147.aspx) first release of Ubuntu Studio (https://launchpad.net/ubuntustudio/+milestone/feisty-7.04-release) Gutsy Gibbon, 7.10 Desktop, is released (https://ubuntu.com/blog/ubuntu-7-10-desktop-edition-released). Mythubuntu and Gobuntu appear here. Launchpad is released (https://ubuntu.com/blog/canonical-announces-launch-of-launchpad-personal-package-archive-service-for-developers) System76 joined the fray (https://ubuntu.com/blog/system76-announces-servers-with-ubuntu-7-10-and-canonical-support-services) Landscape, system management and monitoring tools for Ubuntu, launches (https://ubuntu.com/blog/canonical-announces-general-availability-of-systems-management-and-monitoring-tool-landscape-launches-with-free-trial) Hardy Heron, 8.04 LTS, released for Desktop (https://ubuntu.com/blog/ubuntu-8-04-lts-desktop-edition-released). Wubi is also released. Gobuntu has been made redundant (https://web.archive.org/web/20110929075747/https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/gobuntu-devel/2008-June/000795.html) Launchpad 2.0 released (https://news.softpedia.com/news/Canonical-Presents-Launchpad-2-0-91019.shtml) Canonical open sources Launchpad (https://ubuntu.com/blog/canonical-releases-source-code-for-launchpad) Karmic Koala, 9.10 (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/KarmicKoala/HumanReleaseNotes), is relased and so is Ubuntu One (https://launchpad.net/ubuntuone/) Lucid Lynx, 10.04, released (https://ubuntu.com/blog/reasons-to-celebrate-29th-april-2010) and the first hints of Lubuntu, though not official yet. Unity announced (https://www.markshuttleworth.com/archives/383) Ubuntu and Canonical sites get a facelift (https://ubuntu.com/blog/new-ubuntu-and-canonical-sites). See it here (https://web.archive.org/web/20100601092326/http://www.ubuntu.com/) Canonical announces Ubuntu Advantage (https://ubuntu.com/blog/new-canonical-services-help-businesses-get-ahead-with-ubuntu-server-and-ubuntu-desktop) Unity shows lots of improvement (https://ubuntu.com/blog/introduction-to-unity-launcher), but it's NOT A DOCK! (See it in action) (https://vimeo.com/12818039) Quitter talk - Blog post (https://ubuntu.com/blog/quit) Shipit comes to an end (https://ubuntu.com/blog/shipit-comes-to-an-end) Oneiric Ocelot, 11.10, is released. (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/OneiricOcelot/ReleaseNotes?action=show&redirect=OneiricOcelot%2FTechnicalOverview) and Lubuntu becomes official. The HUD is introduced. (https://www.markshuttleworth.com/archives/939) Precise Pangolin, 12.04, is released. (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/PrecisePangolin/ReleaseNotes/UbuntuDesktop/UbuntuDesktop-12.04) Includes the Heads Up Display (https://web.archive.org/web/20120125082058/https://people.canonical.com/~ories/HUD.m4v) Favorable reviews of Ubuntu as a whole, but also Unity (https://www.techrepublic.com/article/ubuntu-unity-making-the-desktop-seriously-efficient-again/) The traditional installer/live CD is dead (https://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2012/09/its-official-the-ubuntu-livecd-is-dead). Ubuntu comes to the phone (https://ubuntu.com/blog/ubuntu-comes-to-the-phone-with-a-beautifully-distilled-interface-and-a-unique-full-pc-capability-when-docked) Raring Ringtail, 13.04, is released. (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RaringRingtail/ReleaseNotes) focus on mobile (https://www.markshuttleworth.com/archives/1195) ahead of the 14.04 release Wubi has unresolved bugs (https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-devel/2013-April/036993.html) Ubuntu Kylin was born Ubuntu Edge Announced. (https://ubuntu.com/blog/ubuntu-edge) Edge fails (https://ubuntu.com/blog/ubuntu-edge-thank-you) to meet its goal (https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/ubuntu-edge#/) Ubuntu Kylin hits 1.3m downloads (https://ubuntu.com/blog/ubuntu-kylin-booms-in-china-with-over-1300000-downloads-in-less-than) Ubuntu One's file services are being shut down (https://ubuntu.com/blog/shutting-down-ubuntu-one-file-services) Ubuntu Mate Remix is announced (https://ubuntu-mate.org/blog/ubuntu-mate-remix-inception/) Mark Shuttleworth announces "Snappy Ubuntu" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BlcTDz9ogug) The BQ Aquaris E4.5 Ubuntu edition is available (https://ubuntu.com/blog/bqs-new-aquaris-e4-5-ubuntu-edition-the-smartphone-that-puts-content-and-services-at-your-fingertips) "Snappy Ubuntu Core" on Raspberry Pi 2 (https://ubuntu.com/blog/snappy-ubuntu-core-on-raspberry-pi-2) Vivid Vervet 15.04, is released. (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/VividVervet/ReleaseNotes) Ubuntu MATE, nearly called Mubuntu (https://ubuntu-mate.community/t/why-not-mubuntu/7279/5), gets its first "official flavor" release Snapcraft is announced and Snappy Apps are being called Snaps now (https://ubuntu.com/blog/java-on-snappy) ZFS is coming to Ubuntu (https://ubuntu.com/blog/zfs-licensing-and-linux) Acknowledgement (https://ubuntu.com/blog/ubuntu-app-developer-blog-announcing-new-snap-desktop-launchers) that Snaps don't quite look right a lot of times. Mark Shuttleworth announces that Ubuntu's Unity experiement has failed (https://ubuntu.com/blog/growing-ubuntu-for-cloud-and-iot-rather-than-phone-and-convergence) and Gnome, not Unity8 will be the default session in Ubuntu 18.04. This also marks the end of Ubuntu Phone. The next day, however, Marius Gripsgard of UBPorts stepped up to take the reins. (https://fossbytes.com/unity-8-ubuntu-touch-ubports/) Zesty Zappus, 17.04, is released. (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ZestyZapus/ReleaseNotes) and with it Ubuntu Budgie becomes an official flavor. Ubuntu 16.04 shows up in the Windows Store (https://ubuntu.com/blog/windows-10-loves-ubuntu-loveislove), for the Windows Subsystem for Linux. Canonical joins (https://ubuntu.com/blog/canonical-joins-gnome-foundation-advisory-board) the Gnome Foundation Advisory Board ahead of the 18.04 release. Bionic Beaver, 18.04, is released. (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BionicBeaver/ReleaseNotes) and Gnome is the default DE again. Bryan Quigley, looks to drop 32-bit hardware support (https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-devel-discuss/2018-May/018004.html) Cosmic Cuttlefish, 18.10, is released. (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CosmicCuttlefish/ReleaseNotes) 32-bit support is now in consideration to be removed, so upgrades from 18.04 are forbidden on 32-bit installs. Lubuntu Switches to LXQt from LXDE (https://lubuntu.me/cosmic-released/) Mir 1.0 is released (https://ubuntu.com/blog/iot-graphics-mir-release-1-0) Disco Dingo, 19.04, is released. (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DiscoDingo/ReleaseNotes) No more 32bit isos, long live 32bit. Ubuntu for WSL2 (https://ubuntu.com/blog/canonical-announces-support-for-ubuntu-on-windows-subsystem-for-linux-2) i386 architecture, or rather 32-bit support, will be dropped (https://web.archive.org/web/20190625190907/https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-devel-announce/2019-June/001261.html) i386 architecture will not be dropped (https://ubuntu.com/blog/statement-on-32-bit-i386-packages-for-ubuntu-19-10-and-20-04-lts) Eoan Ermine 19.10, is released. (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/EoanErmine/ReleaseNotes) Experimental ZFS support on installation is available Chromium is snap-only (https://ubuntu.com/blog/chromium-in-ubuntu-deb-to-snap-transition) Rocco Interviews Mark Shuttleworth on Linux Spotlight (https://youtu.be/UDHL3youjIY) Ubuntu in Pop Culture (https://ubuntu.com/blog/2004-to-20-04-lts-ubuntu-in-popular-culture) Focal Fossa, 20.04, is released. (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FocalFossa/ReleaseNotes) Hardware enablement is on by default on the desktop. The Snap Store tags in for Ubuntu Software Groovy Gorilla 20.10, is released. (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/GroovyGorilla/ReleaseNotes) Active Directory support gets added to the installer (https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=Ubuntu-20.10-Active-Directory) Snaps get faster (https://forum.snapcraft.io/t/how-to-switch-your-snap-to-use-lzo-compression/21714) Another lurch forward for snap theming. (https://ubuntu.com/blog/snaps-and-themes-on-the-path-to-seamless-desktop-integration) The Ubuntu installer is being rewritten (https://discourse.ubuntu.com/t/refreshing-the-ubuntu-desktop-installer/20659) in Flutter. Impish Indri, 21.10, is released. (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ImpishIndri/ReleaseNotes) Firefox follows Chromium and switches from a deb to a snap (https://discourse.ubuntu.com/t/feature-freeze-exception-seeding-the-official-firefox-snap-in-ubuntu-desktop/24210) - Only for main Ubuntu, not the flavors... yet. Ubuntu gets their shiny new logo (https://ubuntu.com/blog/a-new-look-for-the-circle-of-friends) Jammy Jellyfish, 22.04, is released. (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/JammyJellyfish/ReleaseNotes) Better Active Directory integration (https://ubuntu.com/blog/new-active-directory-integration-features-in-ubuntu-22-04-part-1) Flavors follow main Ubuntu and switch to the snap of Firefox. A big push to improve Firefox snap performance (https://ubuntu.com/blog/how-are-we-improving-firefox-snap-performance-part-1) The push to improve Firefox continues (https://ubuntu.com/blog/canonical-ubuntu-core-22-is-now-available-optimised-for-iot-and-embedded-devices) Housekeeping Catch these and other great topics as they unfold on our Subreddit or our News channel on Discord. * Linux User Space subreddit (https://linuxuserspace.show/reddit) * Linux User Space Discord Server (https://linuxuserspace.show/discord) * Linux User Space Telegram (https://linuxuserspace.show/telegram) * Linux User Space Matrix (https://linuxuserspace.show/matrix) Next Time Our next show will be a topic show. Our next distro is Endeavour OS (https://endeavouros.com) Come back in two weeks for more Linux User Space Stay tuned and interact with us on Twitter, Mastodon, Telegram, Matrix, Discord whatever. Give us your suggestions on our subreddit r/LinuxUserSpace Join the conversation. 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In this episode we discuss: - Natural flavors and why you might want to avoid them - Inflammatory fats and rancid oils - How to avoid mold in spices - The importance of advocating in the food industry Order Nana Joes Granola: https://nanajoes.com
What's up, everyone!! You knew it would happen! After 2 years off, the Taste is back! We tell you all about the history of this Chicago event! Also, Sara has some firsts to talk about! It's really cool how this started. And you know we ate! The Taste is different this year and we tell you all about it! Visit our website and check out our new interactive map to visit all the restaurants and cool sites we've featured on the podcast! BPositiveProd.com/77FlavorsChi WATCH US ON YOUTUBE HERE! Follow us on IG: 77 Flavors of Chicago @77flavorschi Dario @super_dario_bro Sara @TamarHindi.s --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/77-flavors-of-chicago/support
It was so nice to catch up and record together after not recording for a couple of weeks. In this week's episode we talk about Steph's trip to Washington (did her and Mister Marvelous say ILY yet?!), Laura's traumatizing trip to the groomer, Laura and Jeff have another marriage chat, and an update on our wellness journey. Flavors of the Week: Laura - Betty (Get Money) by Yung Gravy Steph - Healthy Reeses Peanut Butter Cup Rice Cake Join our Facebook group, Club Wine Over Matter and follow us on Instagram - @WineOverMatterPod, @CrunchesBeforeBrunches, and @AuthenticallySteph! You can also find us on TikTok, @WineOverMatterPod! Thanks for supporting us and our sponsors: Macy's Wine Shop + Anchor Music used in this week's episode provided by Uppbeat (License code: HC5SSAI4EHNGWR2) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wineovermatter/message
Patrick and Mark taste test the new Nintendo flavors at Cold Stone Creamery. Plus, ReedPop takes the reigns of E3, a Splatoon 3 special edition OLED model, and more. The guys also talk about: Tetris 99 Dragon Quest Builders 2 ElecHead Bowser's Fury Pokemon Puzzle League Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope FRIEND US ON SWITCH Patrick: SW-1401-2882-4137 Mark: SW-8112-0583-0050
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Today we took the dive into what ice cream flavors you want, how did you get put in detention, when did you fan out meeting someone famous, and a whole lot more! Listen to The Morning Mix weekdays from 5:30am – 10:00am on 101.9FM The Mix in Chicago, at wtmx.com, and on our free Mix App available in the Apple App Store and Google Play.
Arvada. Population: Brian. Well Oiled Date Night. There are FOUR Hobbits. What things do you like about Vegas? Mowing a lawn with a fully exposed John Deere. Thunder Jacket is my Ac/DC cover band. Johnny Helmets. Just Salt The Earth. Dude, you've got Adele. They made small talk very small talk. Red Flag Means Someone Barfed. The kart company needs better matchmaking. Conoco: the Funniest Gas Station. He can draw my women any time. 31 Flavors of Omicron with Bobby and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.
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