Are you perplexed as to how to make healthy food taste good? Does the thought of cooking healthy overwhelm you? Do you struggle to get your family on board with eating healthy? Are you lost when it comes to meal prep? Mareya Ibrahim, has cracked the code when it comes to eating healthy with her new book "Eat Like You Give a Fork". Mareya is an entrepreneur, the celebrity chef behind the Daniel Plan, nutrition coach, speaker & host of the podcast "Recipes for Your Best Life". In this episode of The Health Fix Podcast, Dr. Jannine Krause interviews Mareya Ibrahim on how to simplify meal preparation to make delicious meals that everyone will enjoy. What You'll Learn In Today's Episode: How to make your kitchen the social hub of your home Why you want to wash & cut veggies to have on hand for quick meal prep Why simple meals are better than gourmet How to simplify your meal prep Resources From the Show: Mareya Ibrahim's Book - Eat Like You Give a Fork Mareya's Podcast - Recipes for Your Best Life Mareya's Veggie Wash - Eat Cleaner Products Mareya on IG - Eat Cleaner
Alex Frane, whom many may recognize from his writing with Eater, Thrillist and other publications, joins us to talk about many issues affecting the Portland food industry. Alex talks about how his the topics he wrote abouts changed from restaurant openings to social and business issues that hit so many beloved operators when Covid smashed down on us. Alex shares some of his favorites with us, which are peppered in throughout the interview. We also talk about transportation issues in relation to writing about food. Right at the Fork is supported by: Zupan's Markets: www.Zupans.com RingSide Steakhouse: www.RingSideSteakhouse.com Portland Food Adventures: www.PortlandFoodAdventures.com
After the Northern Cheyenne departure from the Darlington Reservation on September 9, and the battle of Turkey Springs, they traveled north into Kansas territory. They customarily convoyed as a tightly formed military group with 92 men, 120 women, 69 boys, and 79 girls. They could find no Buffalo or game to hunt, so they relied on stealing. Raiding parties fanned out across the flatlands pillaging ranches, pirating food and horses. The pursuit was on from settlers to military personnel, yet this small band was never surprised, traveling through defensible terrain. They were a military society on the move under disciplined leadership and masterful strategies to thwart attackers who would stop their journey north. Wild West Podcast proudly presents Cheyenne Exodus Part II: The Battle of Punished Women's Fork.
Very rarely does the host of the host also get to get the guest - Earlier this year I co-starred in the feature film, Farm to Fork to Love... it just debuted on Amazon Prime and has been getting rave reviews. I am honored to gather the cast as well as the producer and director to talk about the behind-the-scenes of the delicious film, reunite - this is truly an episode you will devour! To Watch the film: https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/B09HLHDFT6/ref=atv_dp_share_cu_r Link to leave a review: https://www.amazon.com/review/create-review/?ie=UTF8&asin=B09HLHDFT6
Jim and Mike kick back in the still house at Leiper's Fork and host a jam session with rising country artist Josiah Siska. Great bourbon, awesome music and an amazing environment lead to the perfect "Still House Session" with our newest friend Josiah Siska. Don't miss this! Check out Josiah at: https://josiahsiska.com/ Check out the bourbon Roadies private Facebook group. Make sure you check out The Bourbon Road at https://thebourbonroad.com and also our private Facebook group, The Bourbon Roadies.
Eli Kulp is an award-winning Philly chef and podcaster who has overseen local restaurants such as Fork, and a.kitchen. One night, while he was, was at the top of his game, Eli was in an Amtrak derailment that led them that left him unable to walk, unable to use his hands, and unable to cook. What follows is the story of how, despite his severe injury, Eli fought to recover and was able to revitalize his career as a chef and hospitality industry thought-leader. Want to hear the complete, unedited interview with Kevin and Terrill? Subscribe to Philly Who? on Supercast for access to that, to the Philly Who? Community Discord, for free event tickets, and more!
On this episode Jim and Mike review Leiper's Fork Straight Rye Whiskey. The first episode in the five episode series called "Stillhouse Sessions". Be sure to catch all five episodes in this series recorded in the Stillhouse at Leiper's Fork Distillery in Tennessee. You will not want to miss these. Be sure to check out our private Facebook group, "The Bourbon Roadies" for a great group of bourbon loving people. You will be welcomed with open arms! Check out our swag at https://thebourbonroad.com
When we are well in our spirit, we are holy. When we are well in our soul, we are happy. And when we are well in our body, we are healthy. Our bodies are the temple of the Holy Spirit. God wants us to keep our bodies holy, happy and healthy, as we strive to honor Him in every part of our lives, and overcoming the sin of gluttony helps us do that. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode of Field to Fork, we make our way to the northwest corner of the Pacific Northwest to the Skagit Valley, where the Skagit River flows from its origins in the Canadian Cascades through over 93,000 acres of active farmland. But farming is just one step in creating a local food system -- getting fresh produce to markets and restaurants is another essential part of the process, and it's in this role that Valley Pride Sales has grown to become one of the largest handlers of fresh produce in Western Washington. In addition to handling sales for local family farms, Valley Pride has its own growing, packing, and cooling operations, annually farming thousands of acres of produce from the Skagit Valley, including one crop that they're particularly proud of and famous for: brussel sprouts. (Also known as Brussels sprouts, depending on who you ask!) To learn more about Valley Pride Sales and how they've grown into the biggest Brussel(s) sprouts purveyor in the state, we spoke with Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Valley Pride Sales, David Clark. We'll hear firsthand... What makes the Skagit Valley such a special place for growing produce. The unique challenges of farming in this area of Washington state. Is it Brussels Sprouts or brussel sprouts?? Hear what might be a controversial answer! How Valley Pride's brussel sprouts are grown, harvested and distributed. How to store, cook, and enjoy these seasonal-favorite vegetables. Why Brussels sprouts grown in Washington might be some of the best in the world. And more! Thanks to our sponsors https://www.charliesproduce.com/ (Charlie's Produce) and https://srweek.org/ (Seattle Restaurant Week)! https://www.fieldtoforkpodcast.com/ (Field to Fork) is a Made With Bacon production, all rights reserved.
This week I talk with Eager Question about the book Consider the Fork! It is an interesting read that teaches about cutlery and how it represents the culture it comes from as well as how it has evolved with people over the ages! It was so much fun to learn about some of the great things this book as to share. To hear more from Eager Question check out her subreddit r/Eager_Question_Writes and soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/eager-question/tracks You can also check out her book list here https://www.goodreads.com/review/list/61635722-oriana-carciente?ref=nav_mybooks&shelf=to-read To submit to be on the show you may use the website https://theturtlestack.wixsite.com/theturtlestack Help grow the turtle stack by rating, liking and subscribing https://ratethispodcast.com/theturtlestack Intro and Outro music credit to NewsSting by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4124-newssting License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
We connect with Scott and Emily Ketterman, well-known for their Crown Paella catering company all over Oregon, which became vulnerable to the effects of Covid and has had to cease operations--at least for now. Now, the duo is excited to move in a new direction with Pizza Kat, the just opened pizza spot on West Burnside in Portland, providing Scott and Emily with a viable business with which to move forward post-pandemic. We talk about how they met years ago in the kitchen, the influence working at Simpatica Dining and Laurelhurst Market had on Scott's career, as well as their pizza-specific inspirations, among other tasty topics. Find them at Pizzakat.com and @pizzakat on Insta Right at the Fork is supported by: Zupan's Markets: www.Zupans.com RingSide Steakhouse: www.RingSideSteakhouse.com Portland Food Adventures: www.PortlandFoodAdventures.com
For those of us who struggle with overeating, we're not able to deal with it as the sin of gluttony, because we don't look at it that way. We call it a problem, but we're very hesitant to call it sin. And in our society today we really don't call anything sin anymore, because it makes things like that more palatable to us, changing them from what God calls them. Pastor Ford will help us re-evaluate our view of overeating and suggest some practical ways to overcome it. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Canary Cry News Talk #401 - 10.13.2021 THE GREAT FORK Bio Attack Readiness, Virus Brain Rapture, Grandma Climate - CCNT 401 WEBSITE/SHOW NOTES: CanaryCryNewsTalk.com EVERYTHING ELSE: CanaryCry.Party SUPPORT: CanaryCryRadio.com/Support MEET UPS: CanaryCryMeetUps.com ravel: Ravel Podcast Facelikethesun Resurrection YouTube channel Truther Dating experiment INTRO Rare 2 headed Turtle found (Boston Globe) Clip: Jen Psaki, President timeline Custom knife winner at second break? FLIPPY UPDATE MSU recycling adds robot arm to sort (State News) Clip: Real dog meets its cyborg counterpart NEW WORLD ORDER/BBB 3000 Amazon drivers could be owed nearly $200 million (Insider) Non-toxic gas to be deployed in NY subways, “bio-attack readiness” (CNBC, NY) COVID19/PANDEMIC SPECIAL Clip: Climate Change is way bigger threat than Covid, health official Clips: Southwest CEO denies any protest, admits rough summer (CNBC, Jim Cramer grille) Man who got Covid believes imminent rapture, brain problems (SF Chronicle) BREAK 1: Executive Producers, Paypal, Patrons I AM WACCINE Clip: Australia strictest waccine mandate (vs rap lady clip) Archbishop: Catholic troops can reject waccine (Axios) Covaxin for kids 2-18 approved by SEC (Economic Times) Note: Louisiana tosses 224,000 doses after no-shows (Fox Atlanta) MONEY/POLYTICK Largest Social Security boost in nearly 40 years (AP) BREAK 2: Art, Reviews, Jingles, Meet Ups
Canary Cry News Talk #401 - 10.13.2021 THE GREAT FORK Bio Attack Readiness, Virus Brain Rapture, Grandma Climate - CCNT 401 WEBSITE/SHOW NOTES: CanaryCryNewsTalk.com EVERYTHING ELSE: CanaryCry.Party SUPPORT: CanaryCryRadio.com/Support MEET UPS: CanaryCryMeetUps.com ravel: Ravel Podcast Facelikethesun Resurrection YouTube channel Truther Dating experiment INTRO Rare 2 headed Turtle found (Boston Globe) Clip: Jen Psaki, President timeline Custom knife winner at second break? FLIPPY UPDATE MSU recycling adds robot arm to sort (State News) Clip: Real dog meets its cyborg counterpart NEW WORLD ORDER/BBB 3000 Amazon drivers could be owed nearly $200 million (Insider) Non-toxic gas to be deployed in NY subways, “bio-attack readiness” (CNBC, NY) COVID19/PANDEMIC SPECIAL Clip: Climate Change is way bigger threat than Covid, health official Clips: Southwest CEO denies any protest, admits rough summer (CNBC, Jim Cramer grille) Man who got Covid believes imminent rapture, brain problems (SF Chronicle) BREAK 1: Executive Producers, Paypal, Patrons I AM WACCINE Clip: Australia strictest waccine mandate (vs rap lady clip) Archbishop: Catholic troops can reject waccine (Axios) Covaxin for kids 2-18 approved by SEC (Economic Times) Note: Louisiana tosses 224,000 doses after no-shows (Fox Atlanta) MONEY/POLYTICK Largest Social Security boost in nearly 40 years (AP) BREAK 2: Art, Reviews, Jingles, Meet Ups BEAST SYSTEM Parents petition to remove principal who loves Iron Maiden (Yahoo) -But Iron Maiden drummer is Christian Ozzy Osbourne says he was protected from virus because Satan (NY Daily News) ADDITIONAL STORIES: American health care workers don't want to go back to work (QZ) Texas Gov Abbot blocks mandate with EO (NY Times) Seattle to open waccine hub in downtown (Seattle Times) One man's quest for dopamine rush with VR (Seattle Times) Squishy Experiments headed to ISS (Wired) 1/3 of hiring managers say they won't hire uninoculated (Fox Atlanta) Clip: Victoria, most hospitalized patients were inoculated, or partially inoculated DeepMind proposes new benchmark to improve robot arms ability to stack objects (Venture beat) PRODUCER'S 401: Aaron J, Cherie H, Heatheruss, Jackie U, Juan A, Morv, JC, Child of God, Robert C, Mark D, Lierbag, Ciara, Gail M, Linda T, Isaac G, Veronica D, Volodymyr S, Scott K, DrWhoDunDat, Kayla C, Sir Sammon the Knight of the Fishes, JadedDAVe, Brandt W, Sir Casey the Shield knight, Sarah P, Runksmash, Adam M TIMESTAMPS: Jade Bouncerson JINGLES: LearBag3000 Marty B POETRY: Runksmash ART: Dame Allie of the Skillet Nation Sir Dove, Knight of Rustbeltia Ryan N Grace QuantumSolace Lloyd V
This episode is a "feed drop" of a new podcast: Field to Fork, a deep dive into the local food systems of the Puget Sound area. This debut episode tells the fascinating story of Farmbox Greens, a homegrown "vertical farming" business that has its roots in West Seattle. Field to Fork is produced with support from Charlie's Produce and Seattle Restaurant Week. https://www.farmboxgreens.com/ For more info on Field to Fork, visit https://srweek.org/charliesproduce/ Follow Field to Fork on Instagram & Facebook @fieldtoforkpodcast Follow All Ways West Seattle on Instagram & Facebook @allwayspodcast Field to Fork and All Ways West Seattle are Made With Bacon productions, all rights reserved.
Some people don't eat to live, but they rather live to eat. So today, Pastor Ford will talk about what he calls “death by fork”—or in other words, overeating. And, there's a Bible word for what we'll be hearing about today. In scripture, it's referred to as gluttony. Pastor Ford says that we should tell the truth and shame the Devil, facing facts and admitting that in the Bible overeating is actually the same as the sin called gluttony. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Technique of the Week is salt and pepper and its different uses and ratios when seasoning your food. Later, we get to speak with Raphael Francois and Julian Cox of The Café at Fanny's.
With the news that the Vitaly and Kimberly Paley will be closing down Paley's Place in November, we felt it important to bring back our original conversation with the couple. Original Introduction: Get to know the first couple of Portland's restaurant scene: Vitaly and Kimberly Paley. Hard working, generous of spirit, and still in love after 25 years and 3 restaurants. Right at the Fork is supported by: Zupan's Markets: www.Zupans.com RingSide Steakhouse: www.RingSideSteakhouse.com Portland Food Adventures: www.PortlandFoodAdventures.com
When God made Ben he broke the mold...thank goodness! We celebrate his birthday with our favorite stories about the man, the myth, the legend...George Benjamin Campbell Recorded Thursday October 7, 2021 with Tim Hattrick, Ben Campbell, Brooke Hoover and Barrel Boy
In this episode of Field to Fork, we aim high for an in-depth exploration of vertical farming, a process currently underway not in a remote corner of farm country but in a very urban area of Seattle known as Sodo. Here among the warehouses and industrial parks of Sodo sits the headquarters of Farmbox Greens, an innovative operation that got its start in a residential garage. Hear the fascinating Farmbox Greens story firsthand from two of the modern-day farmers working there bringing fresh ideas to the table: Emily Blessington and Ryan Rautureau. We'll cover... The roots of Farmbox Greens that go back to a home operation in West Seattle.. The unique challenges and opportunities presented by climate-controlled growing… The different varieties grown by Farmbox Greens, and how they taste... Some of the best ways to enjoy microgreens in your own cooking… And where to find Farmbox Greens in dishes being served as part of Seattle Restaurant Week, October 24 through November 6, 2021. https://www.farmboxgreens.com (https://www.farmboxgreens.com) Thanks to our sponsors https://www.charliesproduce.com (Charlie's Produce) and https://srweek.org (Seattle Restaurant Week)! https://www.fieldtoforkpodcast.com (Field to Fork) is a Made With Bacon production, all rights reserved.
Welcome back to the Happy Half Hour! This week we're excited to welcome Saman Javid, who is now leading the kitchen at La Jolla's iconic George's at the Cove. Saman is from the Bay Area, and he started his culinary career working at Fork in Marin County and B Restaurant in Oakland. He then moved to New York City, where he was sous chef at the acclaimed Gramercy Tavern for several years. He joined George's about four months ago as executive chef. Saman says he was always surrounded by delicious food, as he grew up in a Persian family (and his family also owned a restaurant). We chatted about his vision for the landmark restaurant (George's has been in the neighborhood for nearly 30 years), the difference between the produce in New York and California, and what excites him about San Diego's dining scene. And since we've had Michelin on our minds lately, he shares what it's like to work at a restaurant that has a Michelin star. In Hot Plates, Pamir Kabob House, an Afghan restaurant that closed its doors earlier this year, is reopening in La Jolla. The Golden Door, an exclusive spa and wellness retreat near San Marcos, recently opened a country store and farm stand selling locally grown produce, pantry items, and housewares—and 100 percent of the proceeds go to charity. For Two People, $50, Saman has two recommendations: Pho Duyen Mai in Kearny Mesa and The Fishery in Pacific Beach. Troy's pick is the crispy rice paper-wrapped pork ribs from Juniper & Ivy, and David recommends the beef empanadas and wings at Rouleur Brewing in North Park. My pick this week is the tacos at La Tiendita Mexican Market in Clairemont (available on weekends). Thank you for listening! As always, we want to hear from you. Need a restaurant recommendation? Is there a guest you want us to book on the show? You can call us at 619-744-0535 and leave a voicemail, or if you're too shy, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. See you next week!
Habitat Podcast #148 - Jared & Brian get to catch up and talk GOALS! We try to do this once each year prior to hunting season. We cover: 2021 Hunting Goals - What we are trying to harvest and how we should all enjoy our season, NDA Field to Fork Recap - Jared recaps the story of his hunter and the first deer that hunter has ever harvested, Fall Plans - Where are we hunting this Fall? First Hunts - updates on Brian's first sits ad knocking the cobb webs off, New Family Property - Jared gives us an update on the new Northern Michigan parcel he owns and the projects and work ahead of him. Leave us a great review here: https://apple.co/2uhoqOO Habitat Podcast Site: www.habitatpodcast.com Land Plans: LAND PLANS Habitat PODCASTS & GEAR: http://bit.ly/HABITATGEAR The Squirrel - Nut Planting Device - Mention Habitat Podcast in the order notes for 10% off - https://bit.ly/3kdBp9V Realtree Land Pro - Lake States - https://bit.ly/34acwE9 Exodus Trail Cameras - https://bit.ly/ExodusHP Afflictor Broadheads - https://bit.ly/AfflictorBH Killer Food Plots - http://bit.ly/KillerFP 10% and free shipping w/code: HP10% Packer Maxx - http://bit.ly/PACKERMAXX $25 off with code: HPC25 Morse Nursery - http://bit.ly/MorseTrees 10% off w/code: HABITAT10 Michigan Whitetail Pursuit - http://bit.ly/MWpursuit Habitat Podcast AMAZON Store - https://www.amazon.com/shop/habitatpodcast Email us! email@example.com
Catherine takes the helm as Jon talks with James Beard nominated journalist Hanna Raskin about her new venture, The Food Section. Jeremy Fredricks looks at NYC's first Singaporean restaurant, and Kristi Eaton tracks the trend of major hotels and resorts establishing gardens for their bars and restaurants.
C. Diddy (@cdiddy513) & co-host Alex (@allienichole_)recap the events of the last week, including: R. Kelly's conviction, the difference between access and availability, the importance of community, Netflix's Squid Game and much more on this week's episode. Intro: G Herbo - Statement Outro: Dear Silas - Shoot My Shot *we do not own rights to this music or audio* Continue to communicate with us using the #ShootYourShotPod hashtag. And follow us on: Twitter (@SYSPodcast), Instagram (@shootyourshotpod) and Facebook (Shoot Your Shot Pod) If you have a question you want us to discuss on the podcast, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Fresh off the heels of Cameron's excitement about his first mention in EaterPDX, we took it upon ourselves to host Cameron for the first time on a podcast. Moving from the chef role at The Fireside, a second stint there, Cameron has gathered a team to open Morchella, slated to open its doors in mid-October, 2021. His first restaurant to which he can lay claim has his own will feature foraged edible food sourced by his staff. and others The restaurant will be built with a particular focus on quality of life for its employees, who will all be wearing numerous hats. Cameron and Chris talk about the sustainability of social-forward restaurants, as well as his experiences at other restaurants, and which chefs he's watching in Portland. Right at the Fork is supported by: Zupan's Markets: www.Zupans.com RingSide Steakhouse: www.RingSideSteakhouse.com Portland Food Adventures: www.PortlandFoodAdventures.com
In this episode of the Joy of Drinking Podcast, listeners get to hear from Pechluck. Pech is a Portland-based food & beverage enthusiast, influencer, and blogger. She recently competed in Crater Lake Spirits annual "Claim Your Spirit of Adventure Cocktail Contest." Learn more about Pech's "Autumn Rejuvenation" entry and get tips on what to drink and where to eat this fall! Read Pech's food and travel blog here: www.pechluck.com Right at the Fork podcasts are supported by: Zupan's Markets: www.zupans.com RingSide Steakhouse: www.RingSideSteakhouse.com
After announcing the scheduled opening of his new retail wine shop, we caught up with Andy Fortgang, known to many as the business brains behind Portland's storied Le Pigeon and sister restaurant/bar Canard, which Andy owns with Chef Gabriel Rucker. We discuss Andy's new project, Flor, and the genesis behind it, as well as the severe challenges of owning two restaurants through the recent pandemic. Andy tells us what the current operating situation is at both restaurants. This is a must-listen, since Andy will be expanding his horizons from and in addition to two of the most important restaurants in Portland. Right at the Fork is supported by: Zupan's Markets: www.Zupans.com RingSide Steakhouse: www.RingSideSteakhouse.com Portland Food Adventures: www.PortlandFoodAdventures.com
Lisa Hayim (registered dietitian, blogger, and founder of Fork the Noise) takes us through her own journey with eating and why taking a modern, mindful approach to food might be the missing piece of your health and wellbeing.