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Don't Get in the Van!
Missing/Unsolved: Indigenous Women

Don't Get in the Van!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 42:01


Sources: wikipedia.orgniwrc.orgtuliptribalpolice.orgcnn.comheraldnet.comcbsnews.com people.comnypost.comIf you have information about Rosenda Strong, contact Yakama Nation Tribal Police at 509-865-2933 or the FBI at tips.fbi.gov.If you have any information about Mary Johnson, contact Kayla J. Dunn: 425-339-3449; kayla.dunn@heraldnet.com; Twitter: @KaylaJ_Dunn. Tulalip Tribal Police at (360) 716-5918. Case #20-3063. 

The Morning Scramble Podcast
Oh No! There’s A Penguin In The Freezer!

The Morning Scramble Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 49:23


Oh No! There's A Penguin In The Freezer!  The Morning Scramble gets one shot…one opportunity…to show you exactly what they did over their weekends. Check out their weekend photos on the Z102.9 Facebook page, hear the stories of their adventures, and share what you did!  The Morning Scramble is expanding! Clare and Eric are ready to welcome a new member to the team. We welcome the newbie with Monday Mixtape, your Facebook interview questions, and more!

Seibertron.com Transformers Twincast/Podcast
Seibertron.com Twincast / Podcast #317 "The Next Big Thing"

Seibertron.com Transformers Twincast/Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 134:54


The Seibertron.com Twincast / Podcast starts out episode 317 talking about the newest MPG reveal of Seizan. The first wave of Legacy Evolution continues the toy talk with the cast providing in-hand impressions of the pieces that have been delivered so far. Official product reveals and preorders for Rise of the Beasts' Arcee and Freezer round out current events topics. After this, the group ponders which lesser-known - but still somewhat familiar - Transformers characters could receive the "Jhiaxus" toy treatment. A listener question about favorite moments from the 2012 More Than Meets The Eye comic series provides thoughtful reflection before the episode wraps up with the recurring Bragging Rights segment.

The Doctor Who Big Blue Box Podcast
We Can't Wait for RTD and the Krynoids Are Out of the Freezer

The Doctor Who Big Blue Box Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 105:58


Hey, Who fans and welcome to Episode 372.After a chat about the new "The Home of the Whoniverse" wall mural at Wolf Studios and a love letter to RTD, we're into our review of the classic story The Seeds of Doom.This is The Big Blue Box PodcastJoin us each week for a new episode every Friday from your hosts Garry and Adam. We talk news, reviews, commentaries and general chat on everything Doctor Who PLUS listen to our monthly Round Table episodes with the whole team. Check out our website where you can also listen to all of our episodes for free along with the amazing reviews and articles from our writing team.Follow us on the socialsCome and get involved and chat Who between episodes on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. We also have a free Discord server for you to hop in and chat with other like-minded Who fans.Thank you for listening to this episode and remember to follow the podcast on your fav podcast app so you don't miss an episode when they drop every Friday (or pop over here for links to all the popular podcast platforms). Have a fantastic week and until next time remember... Aaaaaaaaaaallons-y!This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

JT PROJECT
T.F.P #91 Rice in the freezer

JT PROJECT

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 64:54


Hello my fellow Krakens how the hell are ya.... So we are just shooting the shit today and we cover MR. Rick trip to flordia to a car show and see the mouse. And of course we have JT famous stupid people questions and stupid answers. And we also do the famous Mr. Rick Rapid fire questions. And also we might have some tech diffuctiles so we don't real know how much we covered but we had a blast.https://www.facebook.com/JTMRRICK2020/https://www.facebook.com/dude22072/https://www.facebook.com/ProjectKraken2022/https://project-kraken.myspreadshop.comhttps://www.facebook.com/splinteredrealityhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/allthingscoffeekickstarter.com/projects/breeskneescoffeeco/wake-up-the-brees-knees-coffee-co-traveling-coffee-carthttps://www.facebook.com/groups/754567185282476 DAZZLING NAILS WITH GAIL

Will & Woody
FULL SHOW: Fish Out Of Freezer

Will & Woody

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 52:19


MaDina covers Weird thing your mum kept An awkward call to Heater The one thing that guarantees a longer life Your funeral songs See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Shallow End
TSE-034: Heineken And Freezer Cake

The Shallow End

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 28:55


JG warns us to be careful of what we re-gift for the holidays. Things could end in a horrific display of pyrotechnics. Then, Lindsay tells us about a stupid yet polite home invader that really likes chicken. WARNING! Listening to episode 34 is an inherently dangerous undertaking. Make good choices and take personal responsibility for the outcome of your listening! Protect your privilege to listen to The Shallow End by not making the headlines or becoming a statistic.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Shattered Cast Uncut
All Hail Unicron: Episode 34: Won't look it up.. too lazy

Shattered Cast Uncut

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 83:18


INTRODUCTION   Anybody Get Anything? Movie/Show News    Third party news Newage Omega https://news.tfw2005.com/2023/01/03/newage-h53-gabriel-legends-scale-omega-supreme-color-images-473188   Newage Skywarp and Thundercracker Toon versions (now with an all new head!) https://news.tfw2005.com/2023/01/02/newage-toys-h14c-leviathan-h15c-samael-legends-scale-thundercracker-skywarp-color-prototype-473164#images   Magic Square Windcharger and Gears https://news.tfw2005.com/2023/01/02/magic-square-mb-49-spider-gear-mb-50-energy-legends-scale-gears-windcharger-color-prototypes-473142   Newage Shattered Glass inferno and Grapple https://news.tfw2005.com/2022/12/31/newage-h46b-wildfire-legends-scale-shattered-glass-grapple-and-clear-h46t-backdraft-h47t-daedalus-legends-scale-inferno-grapple-images-473065 DNA TM2 Megatron Upgrade kit https://news.tfw2005.com/2022/12/29/dna-design-dk-40-legacy-leader-tm2-megatron-upgrade-kit-revealed-473021 DNA Victory Sabre upgrade https://news.tfw2005.com/2022/12/23/dna-design-dk-41-upgrade-kit-for-haslab-victory-saber-472817 Hasbro official  Legacy Animated Prowl https://news.tfw2005.com/2023/01/08/legacy-evolution-deluxe-animated-prowl-in-hand-image-gallery-472757 Core class Arcee and Freezer.. Be careful of that DBZ IP https://news.tfw2005.com/2023/01/08/possible-1st-look-at-studio-series-core-arcee-and-freezer-473430 Legacy Crosscut https://news.tfw2005.com/2023/01/04/legacy-evolution-deluxe-crosscut-first-look-473334   Rise Beasts Cheetor https://news.tfw2005.com/2023/01/03/rise-of-the-beasts-cheetor-possible-first-look-473018 Core Class Slug https://news.tfw2005.com/2023/01/04/transformers-legacy-evolution-core-class-dinobot-slug-in-hand-images-473290 Statue-ish News: Flame Toy Furai Toys Soundwave https://news.tfw2005.com/2023/01/08/flame-toys-furai-model-g1-soundwave-official-images-473480 Discussion:     Questions: Email your questions to: Hailunicroncast@gmail.com    Special Shoutouts: Dustmightz for providing the beats for the theme song! Check the Realm of Collectors on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/groups/realmofcollectors   Everyone who followed us from Shattered Cast Uncut, we are grateful to each and everyone of you for joining us on this journey!   Hosts: T2RX6 http://www.youtube.com/user/T2rx6 Mathew Deluxe Baldwin https://www.youtube.com/c/DeluxeBaldwin Oscar Alonso https://www.youtube.com/user/oscarnjboy Robert Duyjuy-sabado-gigante

The Money Mindset Podcast
Money Saving Challenges to do in 2023!

The Money Mindset Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 15:29


If you're looking for new and creative ways to save a few hundred dollars a month without doing anything crazy, drastic, or extremely frugal, why not try a Money Savings Challenge? Listen in as Ashley shares a couple of Money Savings Challenges that you can do on a monthly basis to make saving money a lot more fun. Hosting Today: Hey, I'm Ashley Patrick, a personal finance expert and founder of Budgets Made Easy. I help busy moms create systems to save money and pay off debt so they can reach their big dreams faster and easier. I was able to pay off $45,000 in just 17 months including $25,000 in student loans in just 10 months. I'm a Master Financial Coach and have a bachelor's degree in psychology and will help you get to the root of your money problems. Since my journey started I have been featured on Fox Business, Yahoo! Finance, Food Network, USA TODAY, MSN, CNBC, NerdWallet, and many others. “So we gotta set realistic expectations for yourself so that it is motivating. So you wanna do it again, right? But if you just set your expectations too high and you wanna not spend anything for an entire month and that's not realistic and you end up having to spend some money, then you feel like you failed and what was the point, right? So make it something that is doable for you.” - Ashley Patrick Timestamps: 00:00 - Introduction to today's episode 02:37 - No spend challenge 04:14 - Make it doable 06:41 - Pantry or Freezer challenge 10:07 - The $5 challenge 12:36 - No eating out challenge 14:43 - The Money Plan Bootcamp If you're ready to get out of debt, start saving money, and have your best year yet, check out the Kickstart 2023 Bundle. It will help you create a simple plan that you can actually follow so you can pay off debt and save money in 2023! Go to www.budgetsmadeeasy.com/kickstart to grab your bundle today! And if you enjoyed the podcast today and got some great takeaways, I'd really appreciate it if you followed the Money Mindset Podcast so you don't miss out on future episodes. Resources and Links Mentioned: * Get the Kickstart 2023 Bundle here: www.budgetsmadeeasy.com/kickstart Connect with Ashley: * Instagram: www.instagram.com/budgetsmadeeasy

Golden Classics Great OTR Shows
11-10-58 No Room For Freezer - The Couple Next Door

Golden Classics Great OTR Shows

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 14:06


The Couple Next Door was a similar Peg Lynch radio series which aired on CBS Radio during the waning days of network radio, (December 30, 1957 – November 25, 1960) with Peg Lynch and Alan Bunce as the married couple. It reprised Ethel and Albert, but the new name was necessitated because Lynch had long since lost the rights to the original title. The CBS iteration was named “Best Daytime Radio Program” for 1959 by The National Association for Better Radio and Television. Listen to our radio station Old Time Radio https://link.radioking.com/otradio Listen to other Shows at My Classic Radio https://www.myclassicradio.net/ Podcast Service I Recommend https://redcircleinc.grsm.io/entertainmentradio7148 Remember that times have changed, and some shows might not reflect the standards of today's politically correct society. The shows do not necessarily reflect the views, standards, or beliefs of Entertainment

Extra Napkins Podcast
Cleaning Out the Freezer

Extra Napkins Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 59:08 Very Popular


We clean out the freezer

Killer Destinations
FOUND IN A FREEZER: Denise Huber - Newport Beach, CA 1991

Killer Destinations

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 58:33


This week's episode is a rebroadcast of our favorite episode to-date - Episode 1, the disappearance and murder of Denise Huber in Newport Beach, CA. In 1991, Denise vanished into thin air from the shoulder of a Southern California freeway. The trail went cold for three years until a woman, acting on her instincts, finally discovered what happened to Denise.

The Mr. Nailsin Show on Radio Misfits
The Mr Nailsin Show – Baron Void Night Knight Double Feature!

The Mr. Nailsin Show on Radio Misfits

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 33:22


Baron Void defeats Krampus then everyone talks about it. In a classic Night Knight the masked marvels race against the clock to save Smedley from The Freezer! [EP444]

Lola’s Frugal Life
How To Sort of Make Freezer Meals

Lola’s Frugal Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 22:24


Freezer meals can be great if you have time to devote to getting them prepared. However, even if you aren't able to find a day to stock your freezer with meals for future days, you can still do some things to use your freezer in a way to help make meal prep a little bit easier. https://www.lolasfrugallife.com https://www.facebook.com/LolasFrugalLife/ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lolak/support For one month free of Skillshare Premium, go to: skillshare.eqcm.net/lola --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lolak/support

SHMS Shenanigans!
Run That Prank Back - Can I Borrow Your Freezer

SHMS Shenanigans!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 9:00


Run That Prank
Can I Borrow Your Freezer

Run That Prank

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 9:23


Funeral directors have no business calling an appliance store looking for a freezer!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Built To Go! A #Vanlife Podcast
148 iPad Only? INVZI Charger, Free Freezer, Stuck Magician, A Love Song, Vintage Parts

Built To Go! A #Vanlife Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 32:09


I did an experiment using only an iPad during extensive travel. Did it work? No! And Yes! We'll also try out a great USB charger, tell a tale of a magician in a pickle, talk about Winter's free freezer, and find vintage parts.  For information on the Panama Canal cruise, please follow this link!  FIND US: We're on Facebook (Built to Go Group), Instagram (@collegeofcuriosity), Twitter (@colofcuriosity), and we have a Discord server (invite at top of main page at builttogo.com.) Photo: A tree in Moon, OK.   Product Review: INVZI 100 W USB Charger The one charger to rule them all. A bit pricey, but worth it. https://amzn.to/3uNlepH OR - I haven't tried this Minix model, but it looks very similar for less money. https://amzn.to/3YrfwaO Resource Recommendation: Vintage Trailer Supply A great site for hard to find parts, and things you didn't know you needed. https://shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=288120&u=3411615&m=31492&urllink=&afftrack=  BONUS: A Love Song If you liked Nomadland, you'll probably like this. Don't watch the trailer, just dive in.  https://amzn.to/3j4oJ8q   Some links are affiliate links. If you purchase anything from these links, the show will receive a small fee. This will not impact your price in any way. 

The Shallow End
TSE-029: Partying With Freezer Ghosts

The Shallow End

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 31:08


Apparently, there was a recent spate of incredibly bad decisions at a Minnesota middle school. Lindsay has the chilling details. Then JG regales us with a tale involving bad timing, stupidity, and a Chicago muffler shop. Avoid allowing episode 29 coming in contact with mucous membranes.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Eric in the Morning
What You Always Wanted For Christmas, But Never Received - It's Still in Your Freezer - Spend On Your Own Kids' Events 12/14/2022

Eric in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 43:42


Today was One Hit Wonder Wednesday! Morning Mixers shared the gifts they always wanted from Santa, but never received. Morning Mix listeners told us the extra money they have to spend on their own kids' events. You won't believe how much! 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.

The Radically Loved® Podcast
Episode 489. The Sleep Prescription: Cure Your Insomnia with Dr. Aric Prather

The Radically Loved® Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 38:32


This week on #WisdomWednesdays, Tessa speaks with sleep scientist Dr. Aric Prather about The Sleep Prescription. He shares the solutions that can help people, especially people with insomnia, achieve restorative and consolidated sleep.Unlike how we often treat it, sleep is as important as food, water, and oxygen. It is something essential for our survival. As such, not getting enough of it can impact everything else in our life. Fortunately, there are ways to get your sleep back. It would require you to stick to new habits that won't necessarily happen overnight. But once you embody them, you can begin to sleep well once again as you deserve.Here are three reasons why you should listen to the full episode: 1.Understand why sleep is universal yet very personal.2.Learn about the seven-day sleep experiment and the power of keeping a sleep diary.3.Find out why you should focus on setting a stable wake time versus a stable sleep time.Episode Highlights[03:35] Anxiety on Sleep[08:14] Differences Between People's Sleep System[10:08] Seven-Day Sleep Experiment[13:25] The Two Primary Processes that Regulate Our Sleep[16:06] Early Birds vs. Night Owls[17:38] Building Sleep Pressure Throughout the Day[20:00] Moving Your Bedtime[23:05] What to Do in the Transition Period[27:21] The Importance of Keeping a Consistent Wake Time[30:31] On Napping[33:22] Worrying and Sleep[36:47] Stick Your Head in the Freezer[39:47] How Dr. Aric Feels Radically LovedResources:●Dr. Aric Prather's website: https://www.aricprather.com/ ●The Sleep Prescription by Dr. Aric Prather: https://www.amazon.com/Sleep-Prescription-Seven-Days-Unlocking-ebook/dp/B09RPLPN5V ●Pre-order Rosie's book, You are Radically Loved: https://www.amazon.com/You-Are-Radically-Loved-Self-Love/●Radically Loved is now part of the iHeartMedia Podcasts: https://www.iheartmedia.com/podcasts ●Have a specific topic in mind? Email us at info@radicallyloved.com. Don't forget to add the subject Wisdom Wednesday topic!●Create a daily meditation ritual in just seven days! Download BUILD YOUR DAILY MEDITATION RITUAL and other freebies at https://www.radicallyloved.com/free-stuff!●FREE Action Guide! Apply the lessons you learn from this episode as you listen! Sign up at https://www.radicallyloved.com/episode-show-notes, and I'll send it right away!●Stay updated!○Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rosieacosta/○Twitter: https:twitter.com/rosieacosta○Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/radicallylovedrosie○TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@itsrosieacosta

Radically Loved with Rosie Acosta
Episode 489. The Sleep Prescription: Cure Your Insomnia with Dr. Aric Prather

Radically Loved with Rosie Acosta

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 38:32


This week on #WisdomWednesdays, Tessa speaks with sleep scientist Dr. Aric Prather about The Sleep Prescription. He shares the solutions that can help people, especially people with insomnia, achieve restorative and consolidated sleep.Unlike how we often treat it, sleep is as important as food, water, and oxygen. It is something essential for our survival. As such, not getting enough of it can impact everything else in our life. Fortunately, there are ways to get your sleep back. It would require you to stick to new habits that won't necessarily happen overnight. But once you embody them, you can begin to sleep well once again as you deserve.Here are three reasons why you should listen to the full episode: 1.Understand why sleep is universal yet very personal.2.Learn about the seven-day sleep experiment and the power of keeping a sleep diary.3.Find out why you should focus on setting a stable wake time versus a stable sleep time.Episode Highlights[03:35] Anxiety on Sleep[08:14] Differences Between People's Sleep System[10:08] Seven-Day Sleep Experiment[13:25] The Two Primary Processes that Regulate Our Sleep[16:06] Early Birds vs. Night Owls[17:38] Building Sleep Pressure Throughout the Day[20:00] Moving Your Bedtime[23:05] What to Do in the Transition Period[27:21] The Importance of Keeping a Consistent Wake Time[30:31] On Napping[33:22] Worrying and Sleep[36:47] Stick Your Head in the Freezer[39:47] How Dr. Aric Feels Radically LovedResources:●Dr. Aric Prather's website: https://www.aricprather.com/ ●The Sleep Prescription by Dr. Aric Prather: https://www.amazon.com/Sleep-Prescription-Seven-Days-Unlocking-ebook/dp/B09RPLPN5V ●Pre-order Rosie's book, You are Radically Loved: https://www.amazon.com/You-Are-Radically-Loved-Self-Love/●Radically Loved is now part of the iHeartMedia Podcasts: https://www.iheartmedia.com/podcasts ●Have a specific topic in mind? Email us at info@radicallyloved.com. Don't forget to add the subject Wisdom Wednesday topic!●Create a daily meditation ritual in just seven days! Download BUILD YOUR DAILY MEDITATION RITUAL and other freebies at https://www.radicallyloved.com/free-stuff!●FREE Action Guide! Apply the lessons you learn from this episode as you listen! Sign up at https://www.radicallyloved.com/episode-show-notes, and I'll send it right away!●Stay updated!○Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rosieacosta/○Twitter: https:twitter.com/rosieacosta○Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/radicallylovedrosie○TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@itsrosieacosta

We're Cookin': The Just Simply... Cuisine Foodcast

Do you love your freezer?  Just Take Five with the ladies as Chris magics some stowed-away, frozen treasures into a warm pot of pasta e fagioli.  You might end up inspired to like your freezer just a little bit more.

Eye On Annapolis Daily News Brief
December 6, 2022 | Daily News Brief | Robbed and Locked In A Freezer. Arlotto Leadership Awardee. Naval Academy Free Concert. GNO at Homestead Gardens!

Eye On Annapolis Daily News Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 12:33


Give us about ten minutes a day and we will give you all the local news, local sports, local weather, and local events you can handle.   SPONSORS: Many thanks to our sponsors... Solar Energy Services because solar should be in your future! Alpha Engineering! And, Scout & Molly's! Today... An Employee was locked in a freezer during a Main Street robbery. Richard Rogers from Mills-Parole wins George Arlotto Leadership Award. REALID was postponed once again. Duke and UCF to meet in Military Bowl. The Naval Academy Band is hosting a free concert on Thursday night. Homestead Gardens is holding a GNO (Girls' Night Out) on Wednesday. And Watermark is hosting a fun drive for We Care and Friends on Saturday at the Lights Parade. Free tickets from Rams Head On Stage and some pod news round out the DNB for today! Scott MacMullan with Scott MacMullan Law is here with some legal tips in his periodic segment-- Legal Briefs! And as usual, George from DCMDVA Weather is here with your local weather forecast! Please download their APP so you can keep on top of the local weather scene! The Eye On Annapolis Daily News Brief is produced every Monday through Friday at 6:00 am and available wherever you get your podcasts and also on our social media platforms--All Annapolis and Eye On Annapolis (FB) and @eyeonannapolis (TW) NOTE: For hearing impaired subscribers, a full transcript is available on Eye On Annapolis  

Fall Obsession Podcast
Ep. 132 "Filling the Freezer" | Nick Powell, Mark Thrash & Sam Thrash

Fall Obsession Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 28:43


Whatever it takes!  The grind continues and our crew keeps hammering away at the 2022 season in an effort to fill their freezers!  We join the Texas Dirt crew in deer camp again for this episode, following a successful hunt!  Nick just put down a big doe, with an assist from Sam's new tracking dog.  Nick talks about his hunt, and Sam talks his dog's first real-life recovery, which turned out to be a very difficult blood trail.  Finally, the 3 guys discuss the latest from Texas Dirt, including whitetail behaviors and patterns, weather impacts, and one closing question for our listeners that has everyone stumped.  Don't miss it!For more hunting & outdoor content, visit https://www.fallobsession.comFall Obsession Podcast is driven by our friends at Ridge Rock Hunt Company (https://ridgerockhuntcompany.com) 

Call Your Mom
Burp That Puppy Like a Baby

Call Your Mom

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 45:53


Alternative Titles for this episode include Jimbo Fisher Buy Out GoFundMe, Horrible Awful No-Good Man, Frozen Lion Head in Paul Hollywood's Freezer, and Yoo Hoo - Bath and Body Works Sale We are back after the holiday for another episode! In this installment, Kristi gets summoned to do her civic duty, we do our usual book corner and talk through our love for competition shows, and Jordan wraps a lot of Christmas presents. It's time to Call Your Mom! Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and loved ones of Leslie Jordan, who made so many lives so much brighter.

Frugal Friends Podcast
Meal Prep + Freezer Meal Tips

Frugal Friends Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 48:05


Say no more to takeouts after a long busy day or a cold chilly night, coz ‘tis the season for freezer meals. All about Meal Prep Freezer Meal edition such as freezer meal prepping, cooking, and eating, we're going to talk all about it in this episode that will have you stocking up your freezer and keeping it full!

The Briefing
Why China took Australia out of the diplomatic deep freezer

The Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 19:41


Chinese president Xi Jinping met with Australia's prime minister Anthony Albanese last week.  It was a first step in a bid to mend relations between the two countries.  China blocked Australian imports of wine, barley, live seafood and beef - among others - in 2020 in response to Australia's criticism of China in the wake of the pandemic.     We're joined by Joanna Chiu - a Vancouver-based journalist for the Toronto Star and the author of 'China Unbound - a new world disorder' to discover why China has taken Australia out of the diplomatic deep freeze.   So what's behind China's bid to welcome us back into the fold?  Is it simply a change of government? Or is China playing a long game?   Headlines: - NSW town evacuated as Lachlan River floods - Seven dead in Walmart shooting in US - Teenager killed in Jerusalem terror attack - Scotland blocked from holding second independence vote - Japan stuns Germany in World Cup upset Follow The Briefing: Instagram: @thebriefingpodcast Facebook: TheBriefingNewsAUTwitter: @TheBriefingAUSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

THE INTENTIONAL EDIT PODCAST - Simplify your life and home by creating routines, maximizing systems and decluttering!
Episode 116 - Freezer - 2022 Home Organizing Challenge! Declutter and Organize Your Home Today!

THE INTENTIONAL EDIT PODCAST - Simplify your life and home by creating routines, maximizing systems and decluttering!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 7:52


Declutter and Organize Your Home on day 19 of THE 2022 HOME ORGANIZING CHALLENGE! We tackled the refrigerator on the episode yesterday, today we are moving on to the freezer and getting it organized and decluttered before the holidays.   The 2022 Home Organizing Challenge is here!  We are organizing a different area in your home each day for the first 20 days of 2022.  These are the perfect projects to tackle before the holiday hustle begins.  Listen daily on The Intentional Edit Podcast for tips and strategies on how to successfully declutter and organize the space of the day and be sure to follow along on Instagram @intentionaledit to see how Lauren has all these areas organized in her home.  Be sure to screenshot the 20 day checklist and share your progress as you complete each daily project.   It's the perfect time to begin purging and organizing your home!  Sign up to receive more details about the 2022 Home Organizing Challenge here. Get the checklist for the 2022 Home Organizing Challenge here! ********** SALE on Simplified Home Masterclass - 10% OFF - Enter Promo Code at Checkout  = 2022HOC10 Code is good 11/20/22 through 11/22/22   Sign Up for the Simplified Home Masterclass here & use code 2022HOC10 for the discount   Get the details here for the Simplified Home Masterclass!  ********** Make sure you subscribe so that you never miss an episode of The Intentional Edit Podcast.  If you are struggling with daily tasks, clutter, organization, and finding any sort of work/life balance, The Intentional Edit Podcast is for you.  It's time to stop the chaos and create a life you love by implementing systems that put an end to the overwhelming, unorganized parts of life and finally, bring simplicity to your life and home. Now is the time to say goodbye to overwhelm, get organized and create systems so that you can live your best life at home and beyond.  Simplify your life and home by creating routines, maximizing systems and decluttering!   Meal Planning - https://www.intentionaledit.com/mealplanningcourse/  Simplified Home Masterclass – https://www.intentionaledit.com/simplified-home-masterclass/  1:1 coaching with Lauren – A custom plan just for you!  Topics include decluttering, organizing, time management, home routines & systems, daily/weekly schedules and more. https://www.intentionaledit.com/coaching/ Connect with Lauren @intentionaledit on Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook and TikTok Join the NEW Facebook group for The Intentional Edit Podcast Listeners – Declutter, Organize & Create Systems to Simplify Your Home & Life  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1812445665608486 Everything is here – www.intentionaledit.com

KSAT News Now
Check your freezer for bad beef, Airline launches 'all-you-can-fly' deal

KSAT News Now

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 16:09


David Sears joins Alicia Barrera for KSAT News Now. They break down the day's top stories like a massive meat recall at H-E-B, Elon Musk giving his employees an ultimatum and Frontier offering an 'all-you-can-fly' deal. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

How To Eat Less Water Podcast
7 TIPS TO PREPARE YOUR FREEZER FOR THANKSGIVING LEFTOVERS

How To Eat Less Water Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 20:39


Find unique and sustainable kitchen products in the The Eat Less Water Holiday Pop-Up Shop located inside Truth & Love Beauty at the Paseo Nuevo Shopping Center located at 651 Paseo Nuevo in Santa Barbara, California. Or shop on line at www.eatlesswater.com.Thanksgiving is fast approaching. And right about now is when I'm thinking about the guest list, menu, and shopping list. And while this holiday is my favorite with the focus on gratitude, cooking, and sharing food, we collectively throw away more food on Thanksgiving than any other day of the year.Consider these statistics:On Thanksgiving we throw away in the United States, 305 million pounds of food.This waste has a carbon footprint of 1.1 million metric tons of carbon dioxide, the same as 169,000 cars driving for a full year.The water footprint of the wasted food is 1 billion gallons of water. This wasted water is equivalent to the amount used by everyone in New York City for three and a half months. (source: ReFed)The Center for Biological Diversity breaks down Thanksgiving food waste as follows:200 million pounds of turkey are thrown out.150 million pounds of side dishes like veggies, mashed potatoes.14 million pounds of dinner rolls.Collectively, we throw away $293 million and about 40% of our turkeys. I know that we can all do better.  I can do better. In the latest episode, I offer 10 action tips we can each do to curb food waste at our holiday table whether you are hosting or contributing a dish or two but is your freezer ready for leftovers? Listen for 7 steps to get your freezer organized and ready.Send an email to info@eatlesswater.com if you'd like me to send the "10 Action steps to stop food waste at your Thanksgiving Table."Links and resources:Click here for the free How to Eat Less Water CONDIMENT STORAGE TABLE. It is a printable list of popular condiments that belong in the pantry and those in the refrigerator that can be hung in your kitchen for easy reference.Download FREE the TEN TIPS to EAT LESS WATER SUMMER PARTY PLANNING GUIDE for all the tips, steps, and info on how to celebrate like a kitchen activist with your friends and family.Find gifts designed to serve well-being at the Eat Less Water Shop.Get a copy of the EAT LESS WATER bookMake sure you hit SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss out on future episodes released every (water) Wednesday.

The Keri Report
Reheating a Misconception: Why Does Frozen Food Still Get a Bad Rap? - Episode 60

The Keri Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 36:21


For my diehard fans, you might remember that I covered frozen food once already way back in Episode 29 (Should you spend more time in the frozen food aisle?) but I think it's so important - and misunderstood - that I'm throwing this discussion back into the microwave for a reheat.    In this episode, I'm joined by Ali Rosen, the Emmy and James Beard Award nominated host of “Potluck with Ali Rosen” on New York City Life. She is the author of cookbooks Modern Freezer Meals, and Bring It, and has been featured on shows like The Today Show and Food Network Kitchen. She also has a new fiction novel, Recipe for Second Chances, arriving in September 2023 (can't wait to read it!) Hailing from Charleston North Carolina, she now lives in New York with her husband and 3 kids. Ali is the perfect guest for this discussion about whether frozen foods are less healthy than fresh (spoiler: they are NOT!), as well as how food and freezing technology has come a long way from your grandma's fridge, the biggest mistake you probably don't know you're making (hint: it's got something to do with serving size) and the benefits that you could be reaping from opting for certain easy picks in the frozen aisle at the grocery store.   Resources: https://potluckwithali.com ---   The Keri Report dissects health and nutrition with a no-nonsense approach.   Nutritionist, yoga teacher, and author of The Small Change Diet Keri Gans delivers her straightforward and sometimes controversial approach to what's current in the health and nutrition world. Her fun and engaging personality will leave you with a wealth of information on need-to-know hot topics for your overall well-being.   To find more information and to join Keri's mailing list, visit her website: https://kerigansny.com/   Instagram/Twitter: @kerigans Facebook Page: @KeriGansNY   This episode was produced by Jess Schmidt. Visit her website at https://www.jessdoespodcasting.com

Blood Origins
Episode 297 - Roundup 80 || Freezer space jenga, a challenge for new donors, and Argentina!

Blood Origins

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 59:57


On the tails of the Blood Origins annual board meeting, Cody and Robbie catch up for this week's Roundup. Together, the boys compare scorecards on rescuing leather furniture from sick children, Cody rehashes a text about elk in Utah, some reviews on recent episodes, former Roundup guest Marty issues a challenge for new donors, Robbie concedes the point to Cody on the great ‘pre-fix hunter' debate of 2022, Robbie compares rump roasts on an elk versus a whitetail and has to upgrade his freezer space after a recent hunt, introducing our series on hunting in New Zealand and Argentina, and much more! See more from Blood Origins: https://bit.ly/BloodOrigins_Subscribe Music: Migration by Ian Post (Winter Solstice), licensed through artlist.io Podcast is brought to you by: Bushnell: https://www.bushnell.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

River to River
How putting your head in the freezer can help you get a good night's sleep

River to River

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022


A sleep psychologist at one of the country's most successful sleep clinics shares his tips — some stranger than others — for getting quality sleep.

The Evening Edge with Todd
The Evening Edge with Todd Hollst 11.9.2022; Celebrity or Band Fan Clubs; Gun hidden in raw chicken in suitcase; Florida Man stories; Getting locked in Freezer; Tyson Executive is Idiot of Week

The Evening Edge with Todd

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 70:51


Hear the Evening Edge with Todd Hollst live weekdays from 6pm to 8pm on WHIO Radio in Dayton, Ohio.

The Break Room
That Doesn't Belong In The Freezer...

The Break Room

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 49:30


The Break Room (MONDAY 11/7/22) 7am Hour Includes: 1) This is one of the worst ways to put a dying animal out of it's misery.  2) When it comes to the quality of legal cannabis products, which celebrity endorser would you trust the most? 3) We didn't think it was possible to make this many bad picks two weeks in a row, but Tommy Mule is setting records. 

Armstrong and Getty
Head In The Freezer

Armstrong and Getty

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 37:29 Very Popular


Hour 2 of Friday's A&G: Kyrie Irving fails to apologize for what he thinks, and it's caused a stir in the NBA. How are mortgage rates calculated? The Wall Street Journal with a fantastic opinion piece on Joe Biden's rhetoric. Joe shares how to fall sleep without sleep aids. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Armstrong & Getty Podcast
Head In The Freezer

Armstrong & Getty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 37:20


Hour 2 of Friday's A&G: Kyrie Irving fails to apologize for what he thinks, and it's caused a stir in the NBA. How are mortgage rates calculated? The Wall Street Journal with a fantastic opinion piece on Joe Biden's rhetoric. Joe shares how to fall sleep without sleep aids. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KSFO Podcast
Head In The Freezer

KSFO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 37:20


Hour 2 of Friday's A&G: Kyrie Irving fails to apologize for what he thinks, and it's caused a stir in the NBA. How are mortgage rates calculated? The Wall Street Journal with a fantastic opinion piece on Joe Biden's rhetoric. Joe shares how to fall sleep without sleep aids. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Keen On Democracy
Aric Prather on The Good Sleep Prescription: Stick Your Head in the Freezer, “Worry Early,” and Stop Taking Your Smartphone to Bed

Keen On Democracy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 32:04


Hosted by Andrew Keen, Keen On features conversations with some of the world's leading thinkers and writers about the economic, political, and technological issues being discussed in the news, right now. In this episode, Andrew is joined by Aric Prather, author of The Sleep Prescription: Seven Days to Unlocking Your Best Rest. Aric A. Prather, PhD, is a professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the University of California, San Francisco, where he co-directs the Aging, Metabolism, and Emotions Center. A licensed clinical psychologist, he has helped hundreds of patients improve their sleep using cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Tea Time UNFILTERED With Lovelyti
True Crime Tea Time: The Freezer Mom Of Detroit | The Mitchelle Blair Story

Tea Time UNFILTERED With Lovelyti

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 42:39


in this episode i'm talking about Frezzer mom Mitchelle Blair

More Than A Mile
New Horizon Farms: where a 16-year-old's question saves her family's farm and Jackie Bickel and daughter Maggie explain crafting their product and even trash talk some cow breeds

More Than A Mile

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 31:50


Season 2 - Episode 1 Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (00:00): Today we're gonna have a conversation with a farmer and her teenage daughter, who are two key parts of the family owned New Horizon Farm and Dairy, as well as Happy Cows Creamery. They're in southwest Ohio, located about halfway between Cincinnati and Columbus. And as they so eloquently put it, the milk you get from them today was just grass two days ago. But it almost didn't happen. If not for a business plan that was drawn up by a 16-year-old girl, the farm would've likely suffered the same fate as the dozen other dairy farms around him, which have gone out of business in the past 10 years. Welcome back for the second season of the podcast. I am so excited to share the Bickel story with you today. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (00:40): Welcome to More Than a Mile, a local food podcast from Market Wagon focused on connecting you to local food through farmer stories from across America. I'm Nick Carter, your host, a farmer and CEO and co-founder of Market Wagon. We are your online farmers market with a mission to enable food producers to thrive in their local and regional markets. Food is so much more than just nutrients and calories. It's actually the fabric that holds us together. Thanks for joining me for this episode of More Than a Mile, and thank you for buying local food. That's one critical step in making an investment in food for future generations. I am really excited today to be joined by Jackie Bickel and Maggie Mathews. We are gonna be talking about what turns out to be a story of kind of how a teenager's question and ambitious business plan, breathe new life, and another generation into a family farm. With now the expectation that it becomes a third generation farm. So welcome to the podcast, Jackie, More than a mile, New Horizon farm. Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (01:43): Yes. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (01:43): Yeah. So this was started by your father-in-law, right? Almost 60 years ago? Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (01:48): Yes, it'll be 60 years next year. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (01:51): Okay. And while for over half a century he operated the farm under normal business conditions, it sounds like in the last decade or so, things really, really changed. Right? Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (02:04): They did. For decades, my father-in-law, my husband and his two brothers operated essentially a commercial dairy farm where we shipped our milk through a co-op. They came and picked it up by the semi-load every other day. We received pay based on the hundred pound weight, which was established by, you know, federal order. And about 10 years ago, the milk industry went upside down for a variety of reasons. Consumer demand declines, commercial dairies kept getting bigger, family farms kept getting smaller. And with the economy the way that it was, we, at one point we were receiving payment for our milk t hat was the same payment my father-in-law was receiving back in the 1980s. So Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (02:57): Wow. That's not how that's supposed to go Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (02:57): . Right, exactly. Yeah. And we knew the demand was there. We just, we couldn't understand it. And my husband was just, he was getting very frustrated and we were talking about an exit strategy, not something that my father-in-law wanted to see happen. Wow. But, you know, putting pen pencil to paper, it just was not, it was not working. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (03:22): Now the whole, was the whole family aware? Was this a family affair and family conversations around what could happen with the farm? Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (03:29): Well, in 2015, my father-in-law retired and he passed the operation down to my husband. So we rent the land off of the family partnership and we still operate the dairy. 2015 prices were great. It was shortly after that where it started the downturn and we did have conversations with my father-in-law. He didn't wanna see it happen. We were looking for other alternatives. We downsized the herd. We started renting out part of our tillable ground to other area farms to farm themselves to keep our expenses down. And it just, it wasn't gonna work. And Maggie came home from an FFA field trip one day. She was on the dairy judging team, and she's like, I have an idea. And of course, we were not interested because we were very focused on what we were going to do. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (04:29): And she was 16 years old at the time, right? Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (04:33): Yep. Just turned 16. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (04:34): Yeah. Was, was there an aspect of let the adults in the room figure this out? Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (04:41): You know, my husband is very hardheaded and I can publicly say that because he's very proud of his hardheadedness. And you know, all he's ever known is milking cows, you know, twice a day. This is how we've done it, this is how my father's done it. And getting outside of that box and looking at other alternatives I know is very scary for him. We've only been married for 10 years. I bring a little bit more outside experience, but he's only worked on the farm. That's all he knows. So it was it was a tough sell at first Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (05:16): Maggie. So 16 years old, you go to your parents with a new business idea. Where, where did this inspiration come from? How did you come up with the idea? Maggie Mathews (New Horizon Dairy) (05:24): So, as she said, I was on our dairy judging team, which included going out to multiple farms during the season, judging other people's cows off of a point system basically. So I just kind of like, I liked the idea. The family was also local and was related to my science teacher as well. And we were doing business plans in ag class one day, and my group partners didn't do their half. So I ended up doing the entire project by myself, . Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (05:57): And so I used to love group projects. I was the other one. Same ? Maggie Mathews (New Horizon Dairy) (06:02): No, I was always the one that did all of the work, which I was fine with it cuz then it, like I got to control how it was done. But I kind of just like fooled around and made a little business plan, like just for the school project after going on the FFA trip. And I was like, Yeah, this actually could be a real thing. Like this could be legit if we put the, put the time and the statistics and everything else into it. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (06:27): So Maggie, you've gotta convince your dad to change the way that he's been farming. Was that easy to do? Maggie Mathews (New Horizon Dairy) (06:35): It was definitely a challenge because not only was it just this silly little business plan I made in FFA class, but I'm also a young woman in the industry who doesn't have nearly as much experience as he does. So it was nagging at him more so than anything else. Just continuously bringing it up and putting the, planting the seed in his mind of there is another option that isn't getting rid of what you've worked your entire life towards. So it was hard, but it was worth it. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (07:06): When do you think that turning point was? What do you think finally flipped a switch for him to say, Let's give this a shot. Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (07:13): I was a phone call, Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (07:15): It was a phone call. Jackie was a phone jumps in. It sounds like you remember where you were when this took place. Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (07:21): , I was with him and the owner of the dairy farm that Maggie went on the field trip with, decided he was going to go out of business and he was going to sell his bottling operation. And he called to see if Donald would be interested because he had heard through the grapevine that we were looking at that avenue. So my husband spent several months shadowing him, learning the business, deciding how we were going to purchase the equipment, transition things. And it was gonna happen at the first of the year in 2018. And at Christmas the farmer put a little note on his milk shed letting his customers know that he was done and to stay tuned for new ownership and new opportunities. And the media got ahold of it. And needless to say, within a day we received a phone call and he had changed his mind. Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (08:20): He was going to keep bottling. And that just set my husband back to square one and I'm like, No, no, no, no, no. We've got a plan. We know what we have to do. We know what we have to buy, let, we're gonna keep on going. And it took us a few more months to source the different equipment from another producer and to get where we needed to be cuz we were going back to square one. I told him that, don't let the roadblock stop us. You know, we just need to go around it and keep moving forward. So it took us a little longer than what we had anticipated, but we did find other equipment and we were ready to start rolling right in the middle of the pandemic, Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (09:06): Right in the middle of the pandemic. So you find the equipment, you raise the money to be able to buy this equipment. So on a farm that's already struggling to make money, you raise more money to invest in something new. Was that hard? How did you do that? Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (09:22): Well, the the producer was bottling milk and making ice cream in Indiana. He heard about our story, I shared with him our struggles and he said, You know what, I will give you this equipment through a milk assignment, which meant that each month when we shipped our milk, a portion of our check was going to him. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (09:46): So he basically invested in it? Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (09:49): Correct. Wow. Cause he liked, he liked the business plan, he liked what the numbers looked like, he was confident that we would be able, you know, to pull it off. And, you know, we're sitting here essentially debt free with our bottling operation right now Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (10:06): At the core of local food is relationships and community and that story just punctuates it so well. You mentioned the pandemic a minute ago. It couldn't have been just you guys who were feeling this pinch. What happened to the other farmers that, you know, in the area? Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (10:22): Well, here in Clinton County, Ohio where our farm is, we have gone from 12 dairies to our farm being the only dairy left in the county. And when it got down to one or two dairies, it just made the cause even greater for us to want to succeed so that there was still a local dairy here in our community. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (10:43): So it's, it's late 2019. You've got your paperwork submitted, you're waiting for the great state of Ohio to approve you to sell milk and bottles. Right. What happens next? Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (10:54): Well the first thing that we did was we established a relationship with Market Wagon and we started to sell meat, eggs, baked goods because we knew that was the venue we were going to use to sell our milk, but we Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (11:14): Wait, wait, wait. So you did this on Market Wagon, you started selling on Market Wagon, not milk though. You started selling anything else that you or Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (11:20): Freezer meat Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (11:21): Because your milk permit hadn't come in yet. Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (11:23): Correct. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (11:24): So you just started bootstrapping it. Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (11:30): Yes. Yes. And we're like we need to get our name out there, we need to establish ourselves as a vendor so that when this comes to fruition it's going to be a very easy introduction to our customer base. And, it was even with the pandemic, it was. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (11:47): Wow. Okay. So when did you sell your first bottle of milk? Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (11:53): That would've been May 4th, 2020. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (11:59): May 4th, 2020. approval comes in, you can put bottles on Market Wagon. Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (12:05): Yes. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (12:07): How many head of cattle did you have at the time? Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (12:10): At the time we were milking about 50 head of Ayrshires and Holsteins. And we probably had another 75, 80 fresh young heifers Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (12:21): Ready to get going. Yeah. Mm-hmm. . have you grown your herd size at all since then? Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (12:27): We have not. Okay. But we barely ship milk out bulk anymore cuz we were still shipping milk through the co-op while we were bottling milk. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (12:38): So let's talk about that a little bit. I understand what you mean. Co-Op selling wholesale by the pound versus bottling on farm. A lot of our listeners might not understand the difference. So explain the typical dairy that doesn't sell on Market Wagon. What are, you mentioned at the very beginning you were selling by the hundred weight, it's a price set down by the USDA, right? Correct. And it's a commodity price, so Yes. Just like stocks can go up and down, price of milk can go up and down, right? Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (13:08): Absolutely. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (13:09): And you're basically told this is how much money you can get for your milk? Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (13:13): Yes. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (13:15): And did you say it was 2016 when you were getting the same amount as the eighties? Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (13:21): Yes. Okay. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (13:23): So to bottle on farm, you're now the master of your own domain, right? Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (13:32): Yes. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (13:32): What does a gallon of milk sell for on Market Wagon? Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (13:37): On Market Wagon, our regular milk sells for $5. Our flavored milk sells for $6. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (13:46): So that is a better price than organic milk at the grocery store? Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (13:50): Yes. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (13:51): And it's straight off of your farm? Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (13:54): Yes. It is literally grass two days before we put it in the customer's bag. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (14:00): It is grass. Two days before. Yes. That mama cow turns it into milk and goes right into the customer's bag. I love that. That's a great timeline. That's a good way to think of it. Yes. Now the other thing that our listeners will probably have a hard time translating is hundred weight. You got paid what, 12 to $13 for a hundred pounds of milk? Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (14:21): In 2015 when we took over the operation, we were getting about $26 per hundred weight. Okay. Within eight months we were getting $15 per hundred weight, Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (14:35): $15 per hundred weight. Mm-Hmm. . Now how many gallons roughly? I know it changes based off of the density of fat and the milk, but roughly how many gallons are in a hundred weight? Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (14:45): So a gallon of milk weighs roughly eight pounds. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (14:51): A gallon of milk, 8 pounds. So about 12? Yes. About about 12 gallons. Mm-Hmm. I'm not the greatest at math, but that's just over a buck a gallon. Yes. Right. Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (15:03): But we didn't get the whole buck because once take out . Maggie Mathews (New Horizon Dairy) (15:07): That's what I wanted to chime into really quick. So I'm going to school in Cincinnati and a lot of the girls I go to school with don't have a lot of agriculture knowledge cuz they just haven't grown up around it. And I brought milk in the other day for them to try and I was explaining prices to them. And I think the biggest misunderstanding of milk prices is at that barrier because for example, when you go to the grocery store, I don't know what's a gallon of milk now, I don't think I've bought one in three years. Like Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (15:42): I'm sure I would hope not. Maggie Mathews (New Horizon Dairy) (15:45): We'll say $2, we'll say a gallon of milk at the store is $2. And then you come to our farm and a gallon of milk is $5. And the immediate question is, why is a local product costing more locally than it is at the store? And the biggest thing is there we are getting that entire $5. That $5 goes for our manufacturing, our processing, our advertising, our marketing, our livelihood. Like we get all of that $5, whereas in the store they're stretching $2 to the milk hauler, the farmer, the processing, the packaging, the product, the marketing, the advertising, the hauling the milk, the getting it to the stores, paying the stores. So you're essentially stretching $2 to about 10 different people that are relying on that money. And that is why so many dairy farms were going out of business is because that is just not, that's not an attainable price to keep for today's inflation especially. So the two to $5 difference is because we're actually getting that entire $5 and that is why our farm is still around and we can still offer that product to people. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (16:59): And you're raising a product that people can trust and they know that, like you mentioned Jackie, it's grass, right? Yes. Not corn or silage. And the way that you're raising the animals, the way that you're treating your livestock, they can come out and see it. They can know who you are. Absolutely. And you said a couple of dollars, Maggie, but that's the commodity milk at a grocery store that's least cost providers. What your milk compares to is premium grass fed or some of the organic lines which are six, seven, $8 a gallon. So apples to apples, it's a competitive price. And I think the other thing that a lot of people may realize if they've heard the term loss leader is that grocery stores may actually be motivated to not even make any money on that milk and sell it for cost or nearly over cost. Because that's what brings people into the store and then they'll sell the other things. That's where they make their profit. Mm-Hmm. , correct? Yeah. Yeah. Thanks for expounding on that Maggie. So you've got a lot of different flavors of milk now, right? What all do you offer? Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (18:14): We have chocolate, strawberry mocha, vanilla cake, chocolate peanut butter cookies and cream orange creamsicle. We are getting ready to do eggnog through the rest of the year Yeah. For the holidays. And then we'll have specials here and there, special flavors that we'll do for limited times as well. Maggie Mathews (New Horizon Dairy) (18:38): Don't forget root beer. Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (18:40): Oh yes. Root beer floats. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (18:41): Root beer float. Wow. And you mentioned a moment ago, you're milking Ayrshires, is that right? Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (18:48): Ayrshires and Holsteins. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (18:49): Ayrshires and Holsteins. Okay. Mm-Hmm. . How did you decide on that breed? Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (18:57): Well, my husband grew up on a Holstein farm and so they were very established as premier breeders here in Ohio. And when he and I were married 10 years ago, the girls and I had Ayrshires. So, Maggie Mathews (New Horizon Dairy) (19:11): And one Guernsey, we can't forget my little baby Guernsey. Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (19:15): And one Guernsey. So part of the dowry was he had to accept our Ayrshires and here we are today with oh, there's probably 35% of the herd is Ayrshires now. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (19:30): Hey Maggie, do you still have that Guernsey? Maggie Mathews (New Horizon Dairy) (19:34): Unfortunately I don't, She was my first animal though. She was a surprise and her name was Maggie. I didn't even name her and she was like my favorite cow ever. She kind of beat me up in the show ring though. Like, I could not control her to save my life. But she is my favorite cow ever. I'll never own a Guernsey ever again because they're not, they're not all there. But Guernseys hold a very special place in my heart because that was my first ever cow. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (20:05): So you were, did you show in 4H fairs or other show circuits? Maggie Mathews (New Horizon Dairy) (20:10): So I've shown collectively at the local level, at county fairs, state level, national level and international level. So I've been to Louisville, Kentucky. What else? We go to state fair every year. I've shown at Wisconsin, World Dairy Expo, which is actually going on right now. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (20:33): Ok Maggie Mathews (New Horizon Dairy) (20:33): Then I also show livestock Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (20:34): Your show animals, are they part of the production herd there at New Horizon Dairy? Maggie Mathews (New Horizon Dairy) (20:39): Yes. Yeah. Our show girls as we like to call them, are also our working girls. So they do a little bit of everything Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (20:49): That's really cool. A lot of people might not realize that the show circuit in several species, there's been a divergence between the traits that are needed in the show ring and the traits that actually are meaningful in production. But not so in dairy, right? Maggie Mathews (New Horizon Dairy) (21:07): Correct. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (21:08): I showed Jerseys by the way, so, Maggie Mathews (New Horizon Dairy) (21:10): Oh gosh. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (21:12): Hey, hey. Maggie Mathews (New Horizon Dairy) (21:13): I don't like Jerseys. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (21:15): You don't like jerseys? All right, well we're just gonna end the show right now. I'm just kidding. Why don't you like Jerseys? Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (21:21): I show livestock too, so I quite literally show everything like lambs, goats, pigs. Like I understand. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (21:31): We've got Boer-Nubian cross goats on our farm right now and there's a 4H kid nearby. You can't give facial expressions. It's a great face for radio Maggie. Everyone sees how pleased you are with my Boer-Nubian cross. I'm getting insulted by a college kid on my farming practices right Maggie Mathews (New Horizon Dairy) (21:47): Nubians freak me out because they don't have ears. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (21:50): Nubians freak you out cuz their eyes go in different directions Maggie Mathews (New Horizon Dairy) (21:53): And they don't have ears. Am I thinking of the right dairy goat? Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (21:57): You're thinking of, no. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (21:58): No, you are not thinking of the right dairy goat. No, I thought you showed livestock, Maggie. Maggie Mathews (New Horizon Dairy) (22:04): Not dairy goats. They freak out. They freak me out so much, but I didn't like jerseys because I had a bad experience with one Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (22:12): I think you had a bad experience with a Guernsey, but she still loved her. Maggie Mathews (New Horizon Dairy) (22:14): Yeah, because her name was Maggie and she is like the best cow ever. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (22:18): Oh, well I had a cow named Maggie. I didn't, I just made that up. But I wanted you to love my Jerseys . Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (22:23): We do Jerseys in the herd. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (22:26): Jerseys are a really good source of butter fat. Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (22:27): Yes, we do have Jerseys in the herd now. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (22:31): Yeah. If you want that good rich milk, you gotta have some jerseys in the herd to add that butter fat, right? Yes. Yep. Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (22:37): Correct. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (22:38): Yeah. So that was a fun little detour to most of our listeners were like, why are they trash talking about cow breeds? I don't understand . This just got weird. But little detour into thinking through the actual mix of your herd and the livestock that's there. You guys are crafting the product for your consumers through genetics, through the animals, right? And care for the animals. Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (23:03): Yes. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (23:04): Yeah. Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (23:06): We grow, we grow our own feed, we harvest our own hay. We know everything that it took to make that bottle of milk. Yeah. So when a customer asks, we're very confident everything came from the farm and it does give that consumer a peace of mind when they are looking to support local. And you know, food source is important for a lot of people. They wanna know where, where their food is coming from and that it's safe Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (23:38): Trust in our food supply is at an all time low because most of what you find at the supermarket, there's no way for you to really know how it was grown or where it came from. Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (23:47): Right, Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (23:48): Right. On Market Wagon, do you get customers asking you questions? I mean, do they engage with you, chat with you? Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (23:54): Yeah. Yes. Well we have to remind the customers, because our milk is non homogenized, which means the cream is still in it. Mm-Hmm. . So if they don't shake it up and they pour that first cup out, it, it looks curdled and then they're like, Oh, I got bad milk. I'm like, well, did you shake it? Oh. Oh, okay. Yeah. That, oh this is great. So, you know, we'll get a lot of that. We have a lot of customers that have been customers of ours on Market Wagon since the inception of our bottling. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (24:25): That is really cool. That is very cool. Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (24:28): We turned it off one week to go to state fair and we had a customer call the hub manager concerned, where are they? Where am I gonna get my milk at? So we don't turn it off anymore. We figure out a way to get it to the hub even if we can't be there. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (24:42): Yeah. Showing animals isn't nearly as important as feeding people, right, Maggie? Correct. Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (24:47): . Maggie Mathews (New Horizon Dairy) (24:49): Well, , I'm just kidding. Sometimes I feel like it is more important, but my opinion is different from most. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (25:00): Well it sounds like on this farm your opinion matters a lot because you get the credit for creating a business that's now feeding thousands of people and keeping the farm alive for another generation. Are you gonna come back and farm Maggie? Maggie Mathews (New Horizon Dairy) (25:13): Eventually. so my little brother is seven. Yeah. We have a 12 year age gap, so I'm hoping, and Donald's getting a little senile as I'd like to say. So I'm hoping I get to branch off and do my original business plan and I'm hoping to be able to retire from my career by 45. I'm gonna manifest it and then I can come back. Yeah, I saw the face you just made. I'm a very driven person and I feel like, we made vision board at school the other day. I feel like if I really put my mind to it, I can do it. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (25:50): I believe every word that you just said. At 16 years old, you came up with a business plan to save the family farm. You can retire by 45 Maggie Mathews (New Horizon Dairy) (25:57): . Yes. So when I retire at 45 I do hope to come back to my roots, but I will say it just depends on timing in life and what I have going on and what my little brother decides that he wants to do. So Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (26:10): The important thing is that, I have kids as well, and it was a big thing for me to save our family farm. That's the backstory here for me and Market Wagon. But it's not that I know my kids are going to farm cuz they might not. They have their own, just like you, you have your own aspirations, they're their own people, but that they could if they wanted to. Because when I was 18, it wasn't really a choice. If I had wanted to farm as a career, I couldn't have. And so over the last 20 years I've changed that, on our farm and I'm trying to help other farmers just like you do the same thing. So that when your little brother decides what he wants to do when he grows up, that farming is an option and he can choose to stay where his roots are at and make a living. Yeah. That's very cool. Maggie Mathews (New Horizon Dairy) (26:58): So that gets really interesting for me because I have a few friends that are like, well we'll call this friend Joe, so Joe, Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (27:09): Don't worry Maggie. I'm pretty sure Joe's not gonna listen to my podcast. Maggie Mathews (New Horizon Dairy) (27:12): I don't know, I don't know. Joe might. Okay. But Joe came to pick up a pig with me one time and Joe now wants to farm and it's not as easily accessible for people that are like Joe and have not grown up around it and have never done it and have to quite literally learn everything. Whereas there's kids like me, I know some of my friends that didn't get the option to go to college because it's like the farm is here, that's what you're doing. So I'm very thankful that I do have parents that my career path right now is not necessarily being on the farm milking cows. However, I can still help in other aspects. Like I deliver our milk to Findlay market. Like I do other things that aren't directly on the farm, like feeding calves and stuff, but I'm still helping out and my parents are giving me that option. That way I don't feel like I have to stay at the farm. But if I do wanna come back to that at some point in time, that option is there for me. Whereas I have friends who don't necessarily have the option to ever farm and that's what they wanna do. I have friends that do wanna go off and go to nursing school or wanna do other things with their life, but they don't wanna have to lose their farm and they just don't have the option to leave. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (28:30): Wow. Yeah. Farming is really the last profession that we have that's still passed down from generation to generation. Right? Maggie Mathews (New Horizon Dairy) (28:36): Yeah, for sure. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (28:37): Yeah. Maggie Mathews (New Horizon Dairy) (28:39): Yeah. You can't just go to school and learn how to be a be a farmer. It's really a trade that you learn from a young age. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (28:47): Yep. And there's not a whole lot of Indeed postings for farmers Maggie Mathews (New Horizon Dairy) (28:52): . Yeah, for sure. And the ones that do that do have their indeed posting and come out. They don't, they don't normally last very long. It's not like how they see it on TikTok. They have the TikTok farming and they're like, Oh yeah, the wind's gonna blow in my hair as I ride horses to go round up cows. But like they don't show getting cow manure on you or getting kicked by an animal or like, when you have to lose an animal. Like they don't, they don't show the not so beautiful stuff. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (29:20): Yeah. They don't show how people get scared of Nubian goats apparently. I've never seen it Maggie Mathews (New Horizon Dairy) (29:26): . They just creep me out a little bit. Just a little bit. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (29:33): We only have goats because we don't have very good pasture and the goats will eat, you know, scrub land. So Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (29:38): Right. That's how, that's how Ayrshires are. Ayrshires will eat anything. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (29:42): They're not as picky Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (29:43): Nope. Maggie Mathews (New Horizon Dairy) (29:44): I will admire your goats from afar. Okay. I will support your goats from a very, very, very large distance. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (29:53): Okay. Thank you. That makes me feel so good. This has been a really fun conversation. It's great to meet fellow entrepreneurs. It's great to meet and it's always fun to talk to other farmers and hear your story. If people want to continue to follow you and learn more about you online, where can they do that? Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (30:10): We are on Facebook. Our page is New Horizon Farm and Happy Cows Creamery. And we also have a website, www.happycowsatnewhorizon.com. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (30:22): Okay. So for everybody listening at home, if you're looking to enjoy the milk that Maggie and Jackie and I have talked about here for the last half an hour, you're gonna find it online on Market Wagon and at farmers markets and under the name of Happy Cows Creamery. And that's what's gonna be on the bottle in your kitchen as you're enjoying that milk. The milk in the bottle came from their family farm that the Bickel family owns called New Horizon Dairy. So not to be confused, but when you find 'em online, New Horizon Dairy is the farm providing the milk that goes into your kitchen under the name Happy Cows Creamery Jackie. Maggie, thanks so much for coming on and just telling your story with us. Jackie Bickel (New Horizon Dairy) (30:58): Thank you for the opportunity. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon CEO) (31:06): Thanks for listening to this episode of More Than a Mile. Be sure to sign up for Market wagon@marketwagon.com or after downloading the Market Wagon app for iOS or Android. Follow us at Market Wagon on Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, and Facebook for stories, recipes, special announcements news, and just digital handshakes from our friendly farming community. If you enjoyed more than a Mile, please rate the podcast and write a review on iTunes, castbox podchaser, or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts. Thank you for continuing to support Local Food.  

Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce
Episode 643 - Short Term or Permanent Fix?

Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 77:02 Very Popular


Today is a recounting of a conversation between Tactical Redneck and me about long-term solutions on the homestead versus short-term fixes. When is it best to invest the time and $$ for a permanent solution? When not? What if you cannot come to consensus on this? Show Sponsor: Paul Wheaton, Wheaton Labs and Permies.com Paul Wheaton's Garden Master Course Kickstarter is still open for backers to get Helen Atthowe's super comprehensive teachings on how to produce high yields of quality crops using all your own inputs, and being kinda lazy and messy with it, all for a fraction of the cost of the live course! And because they've far exceeded their goal, they're dishing out new stretch goal goodies every few days, so get in on it now to watch the goods stack up! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/paulwheaton/garden-master?ref=7yxzv3 Livestream Schedule Tuesday at 1pm Central:  Interview with Lana Stenner on planning for an absence from a busy farm Wednesday Live with Rob Kaiser and John Willis No Friday Livestream due to the Food Forest Event (AWESOME INTERVIEW SHOW INSTEAD!) Tales from the Prepper Pantry Lamb has arrived! (Those who purchased it, check your inboxes later today for instructions) 170 lbs meat Freezer audit season in advance of deer and beef season Freeze Drying Milk and other surplus FD Beef Used Yesterday Pantry Moths Weekly Shopping Report, 10/23/2022 We made our usual shopping trip on Saturday, visiting four stores. Traffic was light. I did not see or hear any signs of stress, like muttered remarks or arguments, in fact I saw the usual courtesy, such as one man motioning a woman ahead of him when another line opened, even though he was closer to it, and she had a cart with more stuff. The first stop was Dollar Tree. The food coolers are essentially empty, and the drink coolers are also becoming sparse. The food aisles still look full. There was an employee setting out boxes to restock in some aisles, but I did not see what types of products were in them. Sonia found some craft items, and I grabbed a drink. Next was Hobby Lobby. I didn't see anything unusual in there; shelves looked full as usual. Home Depot was third. A 2x4x8 was $3.75; I think that's the same as last week, which was down from the week before's $3.98. I noticed the addition of their own batteries on an island, a brand called "HDX." They are alkaline, but made in China, so I'd expect them to leak. Other brands looked at the same levels as last week; not full, but much better than the week before. Aldi was last. I noticed higher prices on many breads, milk, and eggs. We found what we wanted, except for the cantaloupe, which looked wrinkly and decrepit. I'm keeping an eye on tomato products due to what I've been hearing about shortages, but they still seem to have a normal amount of soups and sauces. They also had canned ham again, for the first time in months, so we got two. Their new cashier is still awaiting bite training, and may have been the only person I recall seeing muzzled. Untainted gasoline remains at $4.199/gallon, and I believe I saw $3.399 for the corrupted stuff. Frugality Tip From Margo: Here's a simple little tip to extend the life of your metal outdoor chairs. Grab a bottle of nail polish and paint the little rust spots. You will get extra years out of your chairs. I have a pair of chairs I got off the curb 3 years ago and for $1.00 bottle of nail polish, we can still use them without leaning on sharp rusty spots. As long as the seat is still good, every 6 months or so I'll paint over the rust spots with nail polish.  Operation Independence Picked up the lamb (tracked those miles!) Main topic of the Show: Short Term or Permanent Fix? The Story of Friday Night When do you do things long term vs short term? Money evaluation Time evaluation Damage that happens while something is not fixed Never ending things to do on a homestead How does this relate to clutter?  – A friend's broken dryer – What about the permanence of “the right” fix? It depends is the answer we use all the time for so many questions and it fits here too.  Joel Salatin on temporary fences. Buy once cry once and the meat slicer. But the aggravation and time used to reset my event space has to stop now - and a temporary fix buys us the winter to set up the long-term repair shop.  It's up to you. Make it a great week! GUYS! Don't forget about the cookbook, Cook With What You Have by Nicole Sauce and Mama Sauce.  Community Mewe Group: https://mewe.com/join/lftn Telegram Group: https://t.me/LFTNGroup Odysee: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@livingfree:b Advisory Board The Booze Whisperer The Tactical Redneck Chef Brett Samantha the Savings Ninja Resources Membership Sign Up Holler Roast Coffee Harvest Right Affiliate Link

True Crimecast
The Freezer - Kenneka Jenkins

True Crimecast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 41:11


Just when Kenneka Jenkins started to make her mark on the world, everything changed. How did things go from a celebration to a tragedy so quickly? Was it an accident, or was foul play involved? And will her family ever see justice for her death? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Push - A Traditional Archery Podcast
Episode 244 - A Freezer Full of Moose Meat With Michael Arnette

The Push - A Traditional Archery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 86:21


In this episode Tim catches up with Michael Arnette of Tall Tines Archery to recount Michael's exciting fall so far in 2022.  Enjoy the show. https://www.thepusharchery.com

Cocktail College
The Dirty Martini

Cocktail College

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 56:08 Very Popular


There's no denying that interest in the Martini has spiked in recent times — driven in large part by the mass appeal of vodka-laced Dirty Martinis. Gin purists may stick up their noses but a drink this popular is worthy of close examination. Under the microscope of today's guest, Simon Sebbah, beverage director of New York's Grand Tour Hospitality, this study leads us into the field of customizing brine, vermouth, and even olives. Listen on to discover Sebbah's Dirty Martini recipe — and don't forget to like, review, and subscribe! Simon Sebbah's Dirty Martini Recipe Ingredients - 2 ½ ounces freezer-cold gin or vodka - ¼ - ½ ounce salt-adjusted dry vermouth (3 parts water to 1 part brine, salt adjusted to taste) - Garnish: 1 olive Directions 1. Freezer-cold spirit and vermouth in a mixing glass with ice. 2. Stir (briefly) until cold then strain into a chilled Nick & Nora glass. 3. Garnish with one olive. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

2.5 Admins
2.5 Admins 111: The Freezer Trick

2.5 Admins

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 32:09


SSDs are probably more reliable than spinning hard drives, how much RAM you actually need, Cloudflare alternatives, sudo password security, and more.   Plugs Support us on patreon the History of Package Management on FreeBSD   News/discussion The SSD Edition: 2022 Drive Stats Mid-year Review How Much RAM Do You Need in 2022? Exploring Swap […]

The Podfathers
The Official Power Rankings Of Items For Your Garage Freezer

The Podfathers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 53:01 Very Popular


The Podfathers dive deep into the parenting bag to break down the best items for items for a garage freezer after Clem finally picked up a chest freezer for his house. The guys also embrace debate about a school baptizing 100+ kids without their parents' consent and which night is harder to sleep through; the night before the first day of school or Christmas Eve before rounding things out on Content Corner.

The Mom Hour
What’s In Our Fridge & Freezer Right Now: Episode 381

The Mom Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 64:27


Is your fridge neat and tidy inside with organized compartments, or is it more like a game of Tetris? Taking a peek into someone's fridge can tell a lot about the season of life they're in, and in today's episode, Meagan and Sarah are opening ours for you! We cover the things we love and hate about the fridge models themselves, the items inside that make us cringe, what see in the fridge that makes us feel proud, and much more! Plus, Meagan looks for advice about how to better utilize her garage fridge, Sarah shares a meal prep fail, and we play a fun game of "in the fridge or on the counter" for food staples in our homes.

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
2595: Freezer Dicks

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 92:50


Rod and Karen are joined by Joe and Amy from the American Timelines Podcast to discuss their origin story, Joe's love of celebrity birthdays, Amy's love of True Crime, being married podcasters, the podcast inception, covering history in a time where people are trying to erase history, Merrick Garland and White People News. Twitter: @rodimusprime @SayDatAgain @TBGWT @HistoryForJerks Instagram: @TheBlackGuyWhoTips Email: theblackguywhotips@gmail.com Blog: www.theblackguywhotips.com Teepublic Store Amazon Wishlist Crowdcast Voice Mail: 704-557-0186

An Acquired Taste Podcast
S5 Ep429: The Alien in the Freezer & Why Sea Otters are Evil

An Acquired Taste Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 78:17 Very Popular


Fresh from an Alaskan adventure, Kathleen is on her third case of Covid (one more and she gets a free goldfish!) so the ladies are chatting long-distance. First, Bethany brings a fascinating tale of a man who says he saw an alien literally vaporize his dog, so he put the alien in his freezer. What happens next? Who's Gary? And why is this man covered in feces? Then, Kathleen learned the hard truth about why you should absolutely fear otters. You'll be shocked what some of these furry little a**holes do. (Otters! They're just like us!) Plus, move over Ichabod Crane. Jesus is in town! —— What We Talked About: 14:13 - The Alien in the Freezer 38:51 - Sea Otters Are Evil  ——— PATREON Dates in August + September: August 29th - Live Show @ 7:30 PM ET August 31st - Book Club @ 8:00 PM ET September 1st - Study Club @ 1:00 PM ET September 8th - YA Book Club @ 8 PM ET September 13th - Live Show @ 7:30 PM ET Sign up at www.patreon.com/acquiredtaste ——— Check out our merch!:  https://store.dftba.com/collections/an-acquired-taste-podcast  ——— Please support the companies that support us!  The Murder Diaries Podcast - The Murder Diaries gives voices to the voiceless, humanizing and sharing the stories of true crime victims. Listen to the Murder Diaries wherever you get your podcasts! Upside - Download the FREE Upside app and use the promo code “aat” to get $5 or more cash back on your first purchase of $10 or more! Firstleaf - Sign up today and you'll get your first 6 bottles for $39.95 plus free shipping! Go to TryFirstleaf.com/TASTE Microdose Gummies by Lumi Labs - Microdose is available nationwide. To learn more about microdosing THC go to Microdose.com and use the code “Taste” to get free shipping and 30% off your first order! ——— KATHLEEN'S SOURCES: https://www.doi.gov/blog/12-facts-about-otters-sea-otter-awareness-week#:~:text=Sea%20otters%20have%20the%20thickest%20fur%20of%20any%20animal.&text=Unlike%20most%20other%20marine%20mammals,grooming%20and%20conditioning%20their%20fur. https://www.iflscience.com/video-shows-otters-drown-and-kill-a-monkey-at-a-zoo-39111#:~:text=A%20video%20from%20a%20few,otters%20and%20Javan%20lutung%20monkeys. https://www.doi.gov/sites/doi.gov/files/uploads/kenaifjordsnpottereatingmusselsannelangannpsphoto.jpg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=epUk3T2Kfno https://nationalpost.com/news/canada/he-was-humping-it-it-was-so-bizarre-exposing-the-aberrant-nature-of-a-sea-otters-sex-life https://www.livescience.com/otter-attacks-in-alaska