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Latest podcast episodes about hattie b

Inside The Forest: A Wake Forest Athletics Podcast
Wake-Vandy Preview: RPOs and Hattie B's

Inside The Forest: A Wake Forest Athletics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 30:44


Cam is joined by Vandy247's own Robbie Weinstein to break down what we've seen from the Commodores through two weeks of play for them, what they can exploit with Wake, what terrifies him about playing the Deacs, and gives a few suggestions on some pre and post-game meals. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Josh Innes Show
Battle Tastes The Pain

The Josh Innes Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 65:48


Perry County schools are putting gun vaults in schools for the SRO's, Battle has to eat the hottest chicken from Hattie B's and answer 5 questions correctly in 60 seconds for a listener to win ticket to the Red Hot Chili Peppers

3HL
Allan Bell on 3HL - You Have to be Smart When Betting the Preseason

3HL

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 21:42


Allan Bell of Sportsline joined 3HL at Hattie B's to talk about the NFL Preseason, how to make money on future bets, and what he thinks will happen in the SECSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

I'm Trying To Like It
The Resort (Peacock) / Nope (In Theaters)

I'm Trying To Like It

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 67:32


It's summer, folks are going on vacation, so why not talk about a new Peacock show that takes place on vacation...? THE RESORT tells the story of how one couples marriage is saved from the brink under the most mysterious of circumstances. Rori shares her take and tells Aaron why she thinks it's a trip he might want to consider. After that, Aaron discusses one of the summer's most anticipated films and one of Hollywood's most exciting directors with a discussion of Jordan Peele's NOPE. Episode 47 - Schedule00:00 - Rori and Aaron discuss Rori's trip to Birmingham, Alabama, and her favorite food: Hattie B's Chicken. 14:20 - Rori shares her take on THE RESORT32:40 - Aaron gives his thoughts on NOPEFollow and Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/tryingtolikeit Music for the show is YOU SHOULD by Patrick PatrikiosHelp us find new listeners by sharing our show with your friends and family! Let us know what upcoming films and series you would like us to discuss by contacting us by email or by reaching out to us at our Facebook page. You can also check out our new (and under construction) website www.tryingtolikeit.com  where you will find all our recent episodes. Eventually we will have ALL episodes available at our site...but we need a little more time. :) 

The Loden Sports Outlier Sessions
Loden Sports Outlier Session: Enrique Bradfield

The Loden Sports Outlier Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 70:31


On January 4, 2022, our guest was Enrique Bradfield, an outfielder at Vanderbilt, consensus All-American, and the 2021 SEC Freshman of the Year. A few things Enrique touched on:What ignited his interest in baseball at a young age ...His MONSTER freshman season ...Playing with emotion and leadership ...Being a Panamanian baseball player ...Chapters:0:00 Introduction2:22 Enrique Bradfield Background6:50 LTAD: Foundational Element - Emotional Well-Being9:24 LTAD: Pillar - Ignition18:25 Playing at American Heritage (Plantation, FL)19:50 National High School Invitational (NHSI) Experience x224:05 The College Process; Choosing Vanderbilt29:40 Breaking His Back Before his High School Junior Summer33:00 Thoughts on Showcases vs. Competitive Events38:22 Coronavirus Shutting Down His High School Draft Season42:18 Choosing a School That Fits YOUR Needs44:00 The Freshman Fall: A Huge Learning Curve + Struggle47:07 Resetting After a MONSTER Freshman Year + No Expectations for 202248:40 The Importance of Athleticism on a Baseball Field50:15 What Leadership Means to Him + Variables53:47 Playing with Emotion56:05 June 2021: Vanderbilt vs. Stanford; Driving in the Tying Run in the 9th1:01:28 Being a Panamanian Baseball Player1:03:27 The Red Rose with the Black Background1:04:55 Hattie B's, Sushi, and The Nashville Food Scene1:07:20 Look Out for These Freshman this Spring at VanderbiltThe Loden Sports Outlier Sessions are designed for aspiring players and parents to gain direct access to the people impacting the game at the highest levels of the sport. Hosted by Matt Pajak, a Co-Founder of Loden Sports.Loden Sports is the affordable human performance data provider.Website / Blog / Socials: https://linktr.ee/lodensportsYellowbox Macaroons: https://www.yellowboxmacaroons.com/

The Front Porch Podcast
The Front Porch takes on Nashville

The Front Porch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 36:35


Welcome to the Front Porch - on the road in Nashville! Things get interesting as the 730 Eddy Studios team film a podcast during production downtime, in a very 70's recording studio known as Welcome to 1979!2:20 - What we do on the road 4:05 - What has been your favorite recordings you've worked on?7:54 - Andy runs through all the projects we've travelled for and highlights the interesting industries we've learned about along the way9:15 - What is your favorite thing to do on the road? Dane talks about collecting Hard Rock shirts12:55 - Andy gives the team kudos for being able to grab and go to travel for production14:40 - Team talks dinner on the road, Julia talks about her struggles crossing the street in Nashville16:33 - The team talks about the level of "hot" sauces at Hattie B's Hot Chicken in Nashville18:00 - Julia talks about life changing gluten and diary free ice cream sandwiches at the Baked Bear19:51 - Andy talks about his appreciation for everyone's individual niches/personalities on the 730 Eddy team20:40 - Julia talks about what got her into the video/film industry22:04 - Andy talks about playing the violin23:13 - The team all talks through what instruments they play 29:57 - the team debates what the difference between a jingle and a ditty are30:49 - Dane plays the Metallica "Jingle" on a guitar in the background32:00 - Andy talks about bringing a guitar hero in the office next week for Julia to learn guitar 36:00 - Dane bring ups Will Smith, Andy kicks Dane off the front porchWant more porch time? Subscribe and shareSubscribe to our blog, Back Focus! Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, LinkedinLet's talk video, contact us!

Ridin' with Willy
Ridin' with Willy S(1) E(6)

Ridin' with Willy

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 28:45 Transcription Available


Ridin' with Willy Season One Episode 6 In the first segment of Season One, Episode 6, we talk with Stephanie, aka “Brown Sugar”. A truck driver from Atlanta. Georgia who stopped off in Nashville on her current run. What does it take to be a female truck driver in a predominantly male world? She'll tell us a bit. In town for the Morgan Wallen concert, these two ladies share a song and something a little more personal. Enjoy their story and sing-a-long in “Menopause Party”. Robert from Ohio takes a tour of the Lane Auto Museum in Nashville and describes his “Dream Car” The Porsche 911 Turbo S. Where can you open that car up? In “The Anesthesiologist” our Mississippi native Doctor gives us the 411 on just how important their skills and knowledge are in the surgical process. Both before and after! “Rock Star Hot Chicken” tourists Racheal and Francis seek advice on Hattie B's and the Nashville Hot Chicken experience. These Long Island Newlyweds are a fun couple living the good life! In “Attack of the Rooster” UPS Driver, Michael gives us look at the daily hazards of a being a delivery carrier. From half-naked women and men to barnyard critter attacks he's had a few close calls!

The Real HouseBears Podcast
The Real Housebears Ep 72 - RHONJ Season 12: Season Finale and Reunion Episode 1

The Real HouseBears Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 50:05


The New Jersey ladies are having Showdowns in Smashville and on the reunion stage. This week, Hunter learns how much he doesn't know about New Jersey Housewives history. Papa the Bear can finally rest now that he knows that Dolores is. Both of our mouths are watering thinking of Hattie B's fried chicken. We might be a little spicy sometimes, but we promise our New Jersey recap will not burn going down.

Beers with Dad Podcast
I Pull Out my Own Teeth!

Beers with Dad Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 90:48


Chris enjoys an outing in Nashville to see Jack White but has major issues with his data plan that is what allows him to live the nomadic lifestyle. Everybody wants some Hattie B's. Nick got to go to a couple of shows at the new Moody Amphitheater with his family and had a blast. Unfortunately, he also had to experience the heart-wrenching loss of his dog Lola. Are there too many venues with Moody in the title in Austin? John and his wife joined Vista Brewing's barrel club and have the honor of hosting a highly anticipated sleepover. The sleepover gets a little interesting around 3:45 AM. We discuss interesting beverages we've had recently including a brilliant barrel-aged farmhouse ale from Barrique Brewing and Blending, the Past, Present, and Future anniversary IPAs from Austin Beerworks, and a very pleasant saison from Vista Brewing. We talk about our musical guilty pleasures. Nick recounts a stormy childhood memory as he walks us down memory lane. Then he hits us with a dad joke. Finally, he presents the situation he just went through with his daughter finding out that words matter when telling her that they were putting the dog to sleep. The featured beer style this week is the Belgian Tripel and we taste the Canadian offering from Unibroue in La Fin du Monde.As always, thank you for listening.

Ridin' with Willy
Ridin' with Willy (S1) (E3)

Ridin' with Willy

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 23:21 Transcription Available


Margaret Haynie returns to her home in Nashville in time to perform acapella. We hear a quick chorus listen of her new single release, Home in This Town. Find her on Spotify and iTunes! Some men visiting from California learn firsthand how crazy Lower Broadway can get when a lady, her breath mints and a shaken beer cause her to throw her own self out of bar… all before the bouncer can. Speaking of bouncers, this Broadway Bouncer shares some highlights from his career at Tootsies and Broadway Brewhouse. Including celebrity run ins with Max Martini, Dolly Parton, Efren Ramirez, Eddie George and the late Titians Quarterback, Steve McNair. The Chicago tourist discusses a trip to Ole Smoky Moonshine Distillery and a taste of Peanut Butter Whiskey. We get his take on the best Nashville Hot Chicken. Is it Hattie B's, Princes or Assembly Food Hall's Liege Waffle Company? Also not everyone from Chicago is a Bears fan! Naked in Key West… this charming Sudan born new resident returns from Key West where what you wear is relative which the bar you're in. It's Backseat Voice and American Idol time as Nashville bartender David shares his favorite songs!


Rant about Nashville sports talk radio and the narrow mindset...

Nashville Daily
The Best Nashville Food for the Best Small Town Price | Episode 758

Nashville Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2022 34:42


Some new federal dollars may allow Tennessee to pursue rail travel across the state. Plus, the BEST Nashville meals you'll have without giving up your firstborn.Become a subscriber! Visit us at https://www.patreon.com/nashvilledailyTake a Tour With Us! Use code NASH for 20% off - https://www.xplrnash.com/toursTEXT US: 615-392-1358Today's Sponsors: Screened ThreadsUse the Code "NashvilleDaily" for 10% off online and in-storehttps://screenedthreads.com/Blessed Day Coffeehttps://www.blesseddaycoffee.com/Use Code "XPLR20" for 20% off at checkoutNash NewsLawmakers push to bring Amtrak commuter rail through Tennesseehttps://www.newschannel5.com/news/lawmakers-push-to-bring-amtrak-commuter-rail-through-tennesseeHow To Experience Nashville Food on a Budget BreakfastRise Chicken and Biscuitshttps://risebiscuitschicken.com/locations/nashville-downtown/Nashville Biscuit Househttps://www.nashvillebiscuithouse.com/Wendell Smith's Restauranthttps://www.wendellsmithsrestaurant.net/H&S Bagelshttp://handsbagels.com/mobile-menu/Virginia's Markethttps://www.facebook.com/Virginias-Market-985168038284552/LunchArnold's Country Kitchenhttps://www.arnoldscountrykitchen.com/weekdaylunchmenuCountry Cafehttps://countrycafenashville.square.site/Tex's BBQhttps://texsworldfamousbbq.com/Gabby's Burger and Frieshttps://www.gabbysburgersandfries.com/menu/DinnerOscar's Taco Shophttps://oscarstacoshop.com/Five Points Pizzahttps://fivepointspizza.com/Chicken Guy Nashvillehttps://chickenguy.com/menu/nashville/Hattie B's Hot Chickenhttps://hattieb.com/Nashville Daily Artist of the Day Playlisthttps://open.spotify.com/playlist/51eNcUWPg7qtj8KECrbuwx?si=nEfxeOgmTv6rFUyhVUJY9AFollow us @ XPLR NASHWebsite -  https://nashvilledailypodcast.com/YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/xplrnashInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/xplr.nash/Twitter - https://twitter.com/xplr_nashNASHVILLE & XPLR MERCH - https://www.xplrnash.com/shopMedia and other inquiries please email hello@xplr.lifeArtists can submit songs to be featured here https://forms.gle/mtkxUCFds7g9e2466

What's Eric Eating
Episode 221 - Aaron Inkrott and Brock Wagner of Saint Arnold Brewing Company

What's Eric Eating

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 80:27


Today on the podcast Eric is joined by the Swanky Maven herself Felice Sloan to discuss the latest happenings in the Houston bar and restaurant scene including the reopening of the Little Pappas Seafood House, a very early announcment of Hattie B's Hot Chicken coming to Houston, and the final numbers from the popular Houston Restaurant Weeks program. In the Restaurants of the Week section Maize is featured. Eric is also joined by Aaron Inkrott and Brock Wagner of Saint Arnold Brewing Company. They discuss Aaron's recent promotion to brewmaster, both of their paths to where there are with Saint Arnold, the seltzer craze, and Eric even gets Brock to break some major news about a new division of Saint Arnold arriving in a year or two! Trying something new with the podcast, if you have a question that you'd like to ask Eric or a topic for him and his cohosts to discuss send them to Eric at eric@culturemap.com and he'll answer/discuss it on a future episode. Follow Eric on Instagram and Twitter, plus check out some of his latest articles at Culturemap.com, such as: Iconic Canadian coffee and doughnut shop rolls out big plans for Houston Ambitious new Mexican restaurant opens in familiar Memorial-area spot New York Based, Australian Style Coffee Shop Brews Up First Houston Location 14 best Houston restaurants serving up holiday feasts on Christmas Day 2 Houston Nightlife Veterans Step in to Open Planned Galleria Food Hall Austin Based Bar Serves Up Tropical Vibes to Prime Montrose Rooftop Pint-Sized Coffee Shop Percolates in Buzzy Garden Oaks Destination Favorite Uptown Sushi Rolls into North Houston with Stylish New Concept

This Week in Business History
This Week in Business History for December 13th: What You Don't Know About the Colonel's Chicken and the Company Behind Cherry Garcia

This Week in Business History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 17:31


In this week's episode, host Scott W. Luton (inspired by a recent trip to Hattie B's) dives into the journeys of two iconic businesses that you probably know - - but shares aspects of their stories that you probably don't know. Take a listen to learn more about who gave Colonel Sanders his rank & how Ben & Jerry's shot down early efforts by the Doughboy to keep their ice cream off the shelves. Additional Links & Resources: Learn more about This Week in Business History: https://supplychainnow.com/program/business-history/ Subscribe to This Week in Business History and other Supply Chain Now programs: https://supplychainnow.com/subscribe This episode was hosted by Scott Luton. For additional information, please visit our dedicated show page at: https://supplychainnow.com/what-you-dont-know-colonels-chicken-company-cherry-garcia-78

The Josh Innes Show
10-20-21 Full Show Replay

The Josh Innes Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 60:57


Today on the Josh Innes Show, Josh and Battle talk about the new rules going into effect regarding Party Buses in Nashville, which led to the show wanting to do the show LIVE on one of the party buses. Also, Josh pays his dues from the bet he made with Battle and eats Hattie B's, 'Shut The Cluck Up' hot chicken.

The Josh Innes Show
10-19-21 Full Show Replay

The Josh Innes Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 53:13


Today on the show, Josh and Battle talk about the Titans victory and how now Josh has to eat Shut The Cluck Up from Hattie B's. UT finds out what happens to them after fans threw trash on the field, Dumbass of the day and Josh has an ant problem.

The Nightly Rant
Glorious Nashville

The Nightly Rant

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 33:57


Mike opens the show by sharing the amazing trip they had to Tennessee.After the Rumble in the Boro, they went to Nashville and explore the place. Torya points out that every Sunday, everything was closed.Then they share the places they went to,First, they saw the Bicentennial Park, a replica of the Parthenon. It was a massive park, with a lake and funky trees. The cool part is that they had a platform with statues on it and benches that had words engraved on them. Mike concludes that this was such a peaceful place.Then they drove around the place and stopped at State Capitol. It's uphill, but the place had an amazing view.As a big hockey fan, Michell wants to visit the Nashville Predator team store. So they did. When they arrived at the place, the rain was torrential. He had a bright yellow hoodie from the store.The original plan was to have Nashville hot chicken in the 400 degrees, but knowing that it is Sunday and it's closed, they decided to go to Hattie B's. And Mike was amazed at the street they crossed going to the restaurant.Then they talked about their dining experience at the restaurant.Then they share about how nice and friendly the people in Nashville are. They are greeting you nicely and look at your eye to eye.Then they talked about the place where the Civil war happened. And they went to a barbeque place for dinner. They totally agree that this place was awesome!Then they talked about the rest of the places they went to.Mike and Torya end the show by saying how amazing the trip they had to Nashville and that they will never fly with American Airlines ever again.

Brand & Brew Podcast
017: Nashville Trip Recap with my husband, Luke

Brand & Brew Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 30:59


This week on the B&B, we have a special guest that comes to with me about our Nashville trip thus far. You'll listen in on: The comparison between Hattie B's Famous Hot Chicken to Chick Fil A Recommended coffee shops Arrington Vineyards Relationship Questions

Our Savings Starts Tomorrow
Nashville...Don't Be a Poser

Our Savings Starts Tomorrow

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2021 17:38


Nashville is so hot right now! Not only the weather, but it has become THE go-to spot for Bachelor and Bachelorette parties. But there is so much more to this town. Before you head to the bustle of Broadway, make sure to check out some off "Honky Tonk Row" bars like Santa's Pub, Winners/Losers, Red Door Saloon and more! Plus there's Hattie B's Hot Chicken, The Loveless Café and of course- The Grand Ole Opry!    Follow us on Instagram @OurSavingsStartsTomorrow

WRS Podcast Network
Jawn Appetit: (Episode 182) Hattie B's/Big Bob Gibson

WRS Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2021 49:39


Our Goldbelly journey continues with Nashville Hot Chicken from Hattie B's and BBQ from Big Bob Gibson... great options given the fact that the world isn't as open as many of us would like. We also tell you what you do when you're in an argument with someone who's loud AND wrong. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/war-room-sports-llc/message

Jawn Appetit
Jawn Appetit - Episode 182 - Hattie B's / Big Bob Gibson

Jawn Appetit

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2021 47:50


Our Goldbelly journey continues with Nashville Hot Chicken from Hattie B's and BBQ from Big Bob Gibson... great options given the fact that the world isn't as open as many of us would like. We also tell you what you do when you're in an argument with someone who's loud AND wrong.

LIKE A LOCAL PODCAST
NASHVILLE, TN with Natasha Stoneking

LIKE A LOCAL PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2020 22:05


Nashville's Native Natasha Stoneking shares her top picks for where to stay, eat, drink and what to do in Tennessee's capital city! She brings the energy and you don't want to miss this one! SHOW NOTES: Where to stay: Graduate Hot Nashville, Noelle - The Downtown Nashville Hotel, The Joseph, Bobby Hotel, JW Marriott Nashville, The Westin Nashville, Omni Nashville Hotel Where to eat: Kayne Prime Steakhouse, Moto, 5th & Taylor, The Loveless Cafe, Five Daughters Bakery, Tavern, The Pfunky Griddle, Margot Cafe & Bar, Deacon’s New South Merchant’s, Pinewood Social, Hattie B’s - Best Fried Chicken, Adele’s, Mockingbird, Kitchen Notes (Temporarily closed - Best brunch) Where to drink: Patterson House, Tavern, The Optimist, Rare Bird, L.A. Jackson What to do: Cheekwood Estate & Gardens, Frist Art Museum, Adventure Science Center (great for kids), Topgolf, Arrington Vineyards, Parthenon in Centennial Park Must visit places on Broadway: Tootsie’s and Legends Rapid Fire: Most Instagram-able spot: 12 South Best Pizza: MAFIAoZA’s Nashville Event: Steeplechase, CMA Fest, Jason Isbell’s Week Annual Concert at The Ryman Coffee Shop: Barista Parlour Wine and Cheese Shop: Brentwood Wine & Spirits, Barcelona Wine Bar Best season: Fall Rooftop Bar: L.A. Jackson Local Business: The Mill Boutique, ABLE, The Perfect Pair, Vinnie Louise Best BBQ: Martin’s and Edley’s Dessert Spot: Mare Bulles (bring back the strawberry cheesecake cake!), Jeni’s Ice Cream, Legendairy Milkshake Bar

Nashville Daily
A Spooky Time To Be A Nashvillian | Episode 364

Nashville Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2020 28:54


Carrie Underwood partners with a major sporting good’s store to bring a limited time pop up shop to Nashville. Have we gotten to the point where Hattie B’s is so popular that we need to build a hotel next to it? And what’s scarier, Halloween or 2020? Either way you answer, there are some fun events throughout the city to celebrate the holiday weekend.Become a subscriber! Visit us at https://www.patreon.com/nashvilledailyTEXT US: 615-392-1358Today's Sponsor: Screened ThreadsUse the Code "NashvilleDaily" for 10% off online and in-storehttps://screenedthreads.com/EventsRescheduled Eventshttp://nashvilleguru.com/nashville-eventsChihuly at Cheekwood | Cheekwood | Sat. July 18th - January 10th 2021https://cheekwood.org/calendar/chihuly-at-cheekwood/Cheekwood Harvest | Cheekwood | Sat. Sep 19th - Nov. 1st https://cheekwood.org/calendar/cheekwood-harvest/Boo At The Zoo | Nashville Zoo | Oct. 15-18th, 20-25th, 27-30th @ 5:00 pm https://www.nashvillezoo.org/booNash NewsNashville COVID-19 Responsehttps://www.asafenashville.org/Carrie Underwood launches CALIA pop-up shop in Nashville: 'I will probably be visiting.'https://www.tennessean.com/story/money/2020/10/28/carrie-underwood-launches-calia-pop-up-shop-nashville/6045249002/Hilton Curio hotel coming to Midtown at project near Hattie B'shttps://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2020/10/26/first-look-greystar-concord-fraye-hilton-curio.htmlHalloween in NashvilleNashville Halloween Guidehttp://nashvilleguru.com/36927/nashville-halloweenHow to Celebrate Halloween 2020 in Nashvillehttps://nashville.eater.com/2020/10/28/21530453/best-halloween-events-dinners-drinks-nashville-2020-what-to-doCrawloween https://www.musiccitypubcrawl.com/holiday-mega-crawlsLocal Artist Feature - NEDYYou Arehttps://open.spotify.com/artist/11OmS9lrGQAMW9Z6lX0S6Ihttps://officialnedy.comNashville Daily Artist of the Day Playlisthttps://open.spotify.com/playlist/51eNcUWPg7qtj8KECrbuwx?si=nEfxeOgmTv6rFUyhVUJY9AFollow us @ XPLR NASHWebsite -  https://nashvilledailypodcast.com/YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/xplrnashInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/xplr.nash/Twiter - https://twitter.com/xplr_nashNASHVILLE & XPLR MERCH - http://bit.ly/nashville_merchMedia and other inquiries please email hello@xplr.lifeArtists can submit songs to be featured here https://forms.gle/mtkxUCFds7g9e2466

Restaurant Unstoppable with Eric Cacciatore
754: Nick Bishop Jr. on Creating A Brand Around One Menu Item

Restaurant Unstoppable with Eric Cacciatore

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2020 90:35


Nick Bishop Jr grew up in a restaurant family and today is the Co-Founder and Co-Owner of Hattie B's. Hattie B's Hot Chicken is a family business, founded and operated by father-and-son team Nick Bishop, Sr. and Nick Biship, Jr., and is headquartered in Nashville, TN, where there are three locations. The fast-casual eatery expanded first to Birmingham, AL, in 2016, followed by openings in Memphis, TN, and Atlanta, GA, in 2018. In the late summer of 2018, they opened their most recent location at Block 16 Urban Food Hall at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Check out A Lapsed Anarchist's Approach to Building a Great Business by Ari Weinzweig as mentioned in today's episode. Check out Start With Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action by Simon Sinek as mentioned in today's episode. Check out Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don't by Simon Sinek as mentioned in today's episode. Show notes… Calls to ACTION!!! Subscribe to the Restaurant Unstoppable YouTube Channel Join the private Unstoppable Facebook Group Join the email list! (Scroll Down to get the Vendor List!) Favorite success quote or mantra: "Smile and hustle." In today's episode with Nick Bishop Jr. we will discuss: Creating core values Family businesses Seeing and acknowledging opportunity Retaining employees The history of hot chicken in Nashville Creating a brand around one item FOH Make your staff's lives better and they will make your customers' lives better Tip-sharing Inward growth Existing to make people's lives better How to know when you're ready to scale Modern society NEEDS restaurants for human-to-human contact in a digital age The weird bright side of COVID-19 in the industry Today's sponsor: PlateIQ- the leading AP automation platform in the hospitality industry. Since 2014, Plate IQ has been saving time and money for companies like Cava, Tender Greens, and more. Just upload your invoices into Plate IQ and our proprietary technology will code each line item to your chart of accounts — automatically. For Bill Pay, virtual cards, and end-to-end invoice automation, head to plateiq.com. 7shifts is a modern labor management platform, designed by restaurateurs, for restaurateurs. Effectively labor management is more important than ever to ensure profitability and restaurant success. Trusted by over 400,000 restaurant professionals, 7shifts gives you the tools you need to streamline labor operations, communicate with your team, and retain your talent. Best of all 7shifts integrates with the POS and Payroll systems you already use and trust (like Toast!) turning labor into a competitive advantage for your business. Restaurant Unstoppable members get 3 months, absolutely free. Toast - A POS built for restaurants by restaurant people Adapt fast with Toast's cloud-based restaurant POS system that updates to evolve your POS along with changing industry trends and guest expectations. Toast is built exclusively for restaurants of all shapes and sizes, with over 2/3 of our employees having restaurant experience to serve you better. Online Ordering - Let guests easily order directly from your restaurant for pickup or contactless delivery to keep revenue flowing during these uncertain times. Toast Delivery Services Dispatch local drivers through an on-demand network to keep your community fed and revenue coming in.   Knowledge bombs Which "it factor" habit, trait, or characteristic you believe most contributes to your success? I care to point where I take it home with me What is your biggest weakness? I care to point where I take it home with me, try to keep it separate What's one question you ask or thing you look for during an interview? What gets you going outside of work and restaurants? Share one code of conduct or behavior you teach your team. Smile and hustle What is one uncommon standard of service you teach your staff? Recognize customers and knowledge it, take care of locals and regulars What's one book we must read to become a better person or restaurant owner? The Infinite Game by Simon Sinek GET THIS BOOK FOR FREE AT AUDIBLE.COM  What's one thing you feel restaurateurs don't know well enough or do often enough? Take themselves too seriously Name one service you've hired. Mesa - furniture What's one piece of technology you've adopted within your restaurant walls and how has it influenced operations? Toast POS Olo - Online Ordering for Restaurants If you got the news that you'd be leaving this world tomorrow and all memories of you, your work, and your restaurants would be lost with your departure with the exception of 3 pieces of wisdom you could leave behind for the good of humanity, what would they be? Surround yourself with good people Don't continue to do things toast don't fulfill you Be open, be an open book Contact info: Hattie B's website Instagram: @hattiebs Facebook: @HattieBsMidtownNashville Twitter er: @HattieBs Thanks for listening! Thanks so much for joining today! Have some feedback you’d like to share? Leave a note in the comment section below! If you enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the top of the post. Also, please leave an honest review for the Restaurant Unstoppable Podcast on iTunes! Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They do matter in the rankings of the show, and I read each and every one of them. And finally, don’t forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes to get automatic updates. Huge thanks to Nick Bishop Jr. for joining me for another awesome episode. Until next time!   Restaurant Unstoppable is a free podcast. One of the ways I'm able to make it free is by earning a commission when sharing certain products with you. I've made it a core value to only share tools, resources, and services my guest mentors have recommend, first. If you're finding value in my podcast, please use my links!

Genuinely Quirky Things
28. Try Hattie B's Hot Chicken in Nashville / You're worth more than that

Genuinely Quirky Things

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2020 19:58


Here's the promised picture of Riley, I layered Sphagnum Moss on her soil and sprayed her down with insecticide… https://www.instagram.com/p/CF-7oQRD4vi/ Shoutout to India for listening the most in the last 2 weeks! Thank you everyone else too… The United States, Bangladesh, and Norway even! Thank you thank you thank you

Bleav in Music City
Weekend Getaway

Bleav in Music City

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2020 26:20


Kevin talks about trying Hattie B’s Hot Chicken for the first time. Kayla and Kevin get away for the weekend to Indianapolis for the NHRA drag races (and eat, of course). Plus they share how centrally located Nashville is to other major cities.

The Raheel Show Podcast
Night Chats with Jose Partida; Raheel's Drive to Atlanta; Top 25 Albums of 2020

The Raheel Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2020 92:00


Raheel and Jose talk about Raheel's trip to Atlanta, his Hattie B's video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4NsW-jn1SXg), flying during the pandemic, and driving a trailer on a camry. They also break down Da Blood 5, The Watchmen, and so much more! To end the show, they look at the top 25 albums of 2020 and see how many they've listened to. Here is the full list: https://consequenceofsound.net/2020/06/top-25-albums-of-2020-so-far/full-post/

The Rich Redmond Show
054 - Casi Joy :: Four Chair Turns on The Voice - The Rich Redmond Show Ep 54

The Rich Redmond Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2020 50:19


Blake Shelton says of Casi Joy, "She has this electric energy when she's on stage and has these unique things that she can do vocally. She's an edgier version of a country artist. She's old school but has a youthful energy about her. There's no stopping Casi Joy."    ****Listen to this episode and subscribe! www.richredmond.com/listen   The Rich Redmond Show is sponsored by The School of Rock Nashville and Franklin! https://locations.schoolofrock.com/nashville https://locations.schoolofrock.com/franklin     With over 27 million views on Facebook and YouTube videos that garnered 12 million and 7 million views respectively, Joy has captured the attention of music fans who appreciate the way she melds traditional country and modern pop influences. A seasoned performer, her impressive social media presence eventually led to a highly-touted run on NBC's The Voice, where she instantly turned all four chairs and was singled out by Rolling Stone as having one of the top 10 blind auditions of all time - a testament to the hard work and dedication of someone who has been performing professionally since the age of five.    Joy's vibrant stage presence has led to sharing the stage with many notable country acts including Montgomery Gentry, Maren Morris, Keith Urban, Carly Pearce, Easton Corbin, Dustin Lynch, and LOCASH. Hailing from Kansas City before moving to Nashville, Casi has become a beloved hometown figure and was the featured performer recently at a major Kansas City Plaza event seen by 250,000 attendees and half a million Kansas City television viewers. She has also been invited numerous times to sing the national anthem for the Kansas City Chiefs and Royals.   A few things that came up: 4 chair turns on The Voice Red Lips Story of the voice On Blake's team Yodeling on "Blue" Joy's influences.... Sitcoms... Just now getting into Friends.... Dogs... Eating at Hattie B's Bus Driver story.... Do aliens exist?   Follow Casi: www.casijoy.com/ @casijoymusic The Rich Redmond Show is about all things music, motivation and success. Candid conversations with musicians, actors, comedians, authors and thought leaders about their lives and the stories that shaped them. Rich Redmond is the longtime drummer with Jason Aldean and many other veteran musicians and artists. Rich is also an actor, speaker, author, producer and educator. Rich has been heard on thousands of songs, over 25 of which have been #1 hits!   Rich can also be seen in several films and TV shows and has also written an Amazon Best-Selling book, "CRASH! Course for Success: 5 Ways to Supercharge Your Personal and Professional Life" currently available at:   https://www.amazon.com/CRASH-Course-Success-Supercharge-Professional/dp/B07YTCG5DS/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=crash+redmond&qid=1576602865&sr=8-1   One Book: Three Ways to consume....Physical (delivered to your front door, Digital (download to your kindle, ipad or e-reader), or Audio (read to you by me on your device...on the go)!   Follow Rich: @richredmond www.richredmond.com   Jim McCarthy is the quintessential Blue Collar Voice Guy. Honing his craft since 1996 with radio stations in Illinois, South Carolina, Connecticut, New York, Las Vegas and Nashville, Jim has voiced well over 10,000 pieces since and garnered an ear for audio production which he now uses for various podcasts, commercials and promos. Jim is also an accomplished video producer, content creator, writer and overall entrepreneur.   Follow Jim: @jimmccarthy www.jimmccarthyvoiceovers.com  

Tender Friends
Hattie B's Hot Chicken w/ George Wallace (Las Vegas Road Trip)

Tender Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2020 88:38


What an absolute treat this episode is! Our 5th location in Las Vegas is the legendary hot chicken spot Hattie B's, a place that has been on our list for a very long time. And joining us is LEGENDARY comedian George Wallace! There's not much more we can say about it, just sit back, relax, and enjoy the tender time we shared with Dr. Wallace. Also, HAPPY POULTRY DAY! Enjoy this bonus episode in honor of the holiday. Follow George on Twitter and tell him to start his own Podcast because the Tender Friends said so: @MrGeorgeWallace BE A TENDER FRIEND! SUBSCRIBE. SHARE. TAP 5 STARS. INSTAGRAM: @tenderfriendspod TWITTER: @tenderfriends facebook.com/tenderfriends Email: friends.tender@gmail.com SpoSponsored by Off The Menu: www.offthemenuco.com Use our code "tnd1" to join for only $20 a month! Tell us where we should go next and don't forget to leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and Spotify!

Star Wars: Prototypes and Production
15. ICCC and The Nashville Experience - Part One (Thursday)

Star Wars: Prototypes and Production

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2019 69:08


Nashville, Tennessee. Home to hot chicken, some of the bluest skies you've ever seen, and for a weekend in September, the Imperial Commissary Collectors Convention. Also known as the ICCC, it is a sci-fi convention with collector panels, guest stars from the Star Wars films, and more vintage prototypes and production pieces than you could imagine! Join host David Quinn for an immersive, multi-episode series centered around the Nashville Experience. The day before ICCC, David, Biker Scout collector Kyle Rose and "Engineering an Empire" co-author Matt George go on an adventure back to Nashville a year after the first convention, and end the night with a fantastic meetup to see Trent Bailey's amazing collection of Star Wars collectibles and toy lines from the past forty years. So grab your closest friend, turn up that country music, chow down on some Hattie B's, and come along for a memorable weekend! Featuring: Brian Angel, Kori Bailey, Trent Bailey, Justin Haynie, Mark Vanis, Broc Walker. Music segments from the great Kevin Kiner's soundtrack to Star Wars: Rebels Season Two. Thank you to Kyle “Scrimshaw” Rose, Matt “Poppin’ Tags” George, Michael Havens, David Kevin White, Duncan and Anne Jenkins, Dan Loisell, Narayan Naik, Glenn Williams, Jason "TK-Sparrow" Cain, Blake Morgan and everyone else who made that first night back to Tennessee a memorable one!

Raising Nashville
Revenge is a Dish Best Served...Hot? - Raising Nashville Episode 31

Raising Nashville

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2019 43:42


On this weeks episode of the Raising Nashville Podcast the guys dive into the phenomenon that is "Nashville Hot Chicken".  They explore the origin story of how hot chicken was born out of a revenge plot against an alleged philanderer, and how that plan backfired into a successful restaurant enterprise.  Then it's time to get down to business and sample some hot chicken from four of the Nashville staples, Prince's, Bolton's, Pepperfire, and Hattie B's with a little help from Juicebox's better half and connoisseur of hot stuff, Dana. So get your glass of milk and make sure you wash your hands after listening to this weeks episode of the Raising Nashville Podcast.      https://www.instagram.com/raising_nashville_podcast/    

Fly with Chris and Di
Where to Eat in Nashville

Fly with Chris and Di

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2019 52:49


We are wrapping up our Nashville series with where to eat in Nashville. We already talked about Where to Stay in Nashville and The Top Things to Do in Nashville. Now it’s time to talk about some of the amazing food options when in Nashville. If you haven’t eaten yet, this episode will make you hungry. We’ve been focusing on eating better and getting fit. Diane is on the keto diet and Chris is doing a keto/paleo version. To be honest, preparing for this show was a bit of a challenge to our diets.    There are so many great things to do and see in Nashville and the food is no exception. We kick things off with some great spots in Downtown Nashville. We tell you about the super cool Acme Feed & Seed along with what we each like to order. We also tell you where to get amazing oysters and unbelievable milkshakes before moving on to our favorite spots in The Gulch. After that we tell you about Midtown hotspots, some classy West End options, our favorite spot in 12 South, Hillsboro Village, and Chris’s favorite pizza place in East Nashville.    Warning: graphic food descriptions, please eat before listening to this episode.    Show Notes:   [04:15] Downtown Nashville is the hustling and bustling area where all of the honkytonks are located.  [04:32] Acme Feed & Seed is a cool historic building with a honkytonk on the first floor with great food and drinks. There is also a great bar and food on the second floor which also has sushi. The third floor is an event center called The Hatchery. There is also a rooftop bar with great views of Broadway, the Cumberland River, Nissan Stadium, and Riverfront Park. [07:42] Get Ike & Mike Nachos on the second floor.  [08:25] Chris would eat an acme burger with bear creek beef & cheddar cheese and hand-cut fries. Di would have he farm-raised catfish with hush puppies, hand cut fries, and slaw. [09:32] For dessert, try a southern hand pie with cinnamon ice cream and caramel sauce. [10:05] The Southern Steak & Oyster. They serve breakfast, lunch, brunch, and dinner. At brunch you can get pictures of mimosas. They also have great oysters. [11:54] Eat like Chris with the fried chicken, greens, and mac and cheese or a double-cut smoked pork chop. Di likes the shrimp and grits or seared sea scallops. [14:11] There is a special dessert place called Legendairy. It's a crazy over the top milkshake bar. They make things like Death by Chocolate which is Dutch chocolate and rocky road ice cream, chocolate icing rim, chocolate chips, whipped cream, chocolate fudge drizzle, chocolate sprinkles, and a fudge brownie on top. [17:06] Now we are moving into The Gulch. The Whiskey Kitchen has great cocktails with awesome names. They have an extensive whiskey menu and late night dinners. [18:34] Chris would eat dry wings (sweet & smoky bbq, togarashi, or ranch-spiced) to start and three little pigs brick oven pizza (sausage, pit ham, Gifford’s bacon, mozzarella, provolone). [19:33] Di would have the rocket salad (arugula, slicked strawberry, blue cheese crumble, toasted pecan, lemon herb vinaigrette) to start and low country pulled pork sandwich with chipotle mac & cheese. [20:27] Biscuit Love is world famous. They have three locations. They serve breakfast, lunch, and brunch. They started as a food truck and make everything from scratch. Try an east nasty chicken sandwich. [21:33] Chris would have the princess which is buttermilk biscuit, Nashville style spicy boneless hot chicken thigh, pickles, mustard, and honey. [22:15] Di would have Bonuts which are fried biscuit dough, tossed in sugar, topped with lemon mascarpone, served over blueberry compote or Hummingbird Family Reserve a drop biscuit filled with pineapples and banana jam, topped with cream cheese frosting and pecans. [23:28] Jackalope Brewing Co. The founders met while studying in Scotland. They have brews with cool names. Chris would have a Fennario IPA and Di would have Thunder Ann Pale Ale.  [26:09] Midtown. The Patterson House is a speakeasy in a secret location. Governor Malcolm R. Patterson vetoed prohibition, but his veto was overridden by the state legislature. They have unique cocktails and delicious food.  [29:48] Get some Nashville hot chicken at Hattie B's.  [31:22] Chris would get the Damn Hot with southern greens. Di would get the Southern with no heat with either peach cobbler or banana pudding.  [31:45] Warning: Shut the Cluck Up!! is HOT! [34:31] We love pizza, but only recommend places we go. DeSano has communal seating and traditional style pizza, calzones, cannolis, and you can even get slices.  [36:03] The West End. The Americano is like a tapas bar. It's fine dining in a relaxed atmosphere. [37:12] Saltine is a great seafood place, and they have oysters. Chris's favorite go-to dessert is chocolate cake.  [38:34] 12 South has some cool places to eat. Bartaco is our go-to spot. They have street tacos. We always order the chips and salsas.  [40:06] Chris orders the chicken and shrimp. Di loves the crispy rock shrimp, glazed pork belly, Baja fish, and when in season the crispy oyster tacos. [42:36] The Christie Cookie Co. is across the street. They have amazing cookies and brownies that are awesome. Take some home! [44:09] The Frothy Monkey serves breakfast through dinner, and they have great coffee and food options.  [45:41] Hillsboro Village: Check out the Pancake Pantry. Get there before 9:00 am. There is a long line, but the pancakes are worth it.  [47:31] Kay Bob's has Persian and Southern influenced healthy food. [48:26] When you make it to East Nashville hit up Five Points Pizza. This is Chris's favorite, and even though you can get just a slice, he suggests the whole pie.  [50:25] The Pharmacy has 100% Tennessee raised burgers. They have great burgers, brats, and shakes. They make their own condiments and have a unique beer selection. [51:44] Time to wrap up and go eat.    Links and Resources: Waldorf Astoria and the Conrad Hotel and Resorts Get a $100 daily credit when you stay 2 or more nights and book at least 3 days in advance Lyft  get up to $5 off with your first ride Where to Stay in Nashville The Top Things to Do in Nashville Downtown Nashville: Acme Feed & Seed The Southern Steak & Oyster Legendairy 3rd Ave N Legendairy Milkshake Bar on Facebook The Gulch: Whiskey Kitchen Biscuit Love Jackalope Brewing Co Midtown: Patterson House Hattie B’s DeSano’s Pizza West End: Americano Saltine 12 South: Bartaco The Christie Cookie Co. Frothy Monkey Hillsboro Village: Pancake Pantry Kay Bob’s East Nashville: Five Points Pizza The Pharmacy   For pictures, tips and more, be sure to check out our Fly with Chris and Di Facebook page and signup to download a copy of The Best City for You. Please take a moment and subscribe to our podcast and leave a review. 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Faces And Aces: Las Vegas
S5E64 – Winner Winner

Faces And Aces: Las Vegas

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2019 71:04


July 25, 2019 – With the phrase “Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner” so ubiquitous in our community, how is it that each of us don’t have a go-to chicken place to celebrate a successful night at the tables? This episode with the help of instagram foodies Lindsay Stewart and Phil Tzeng, we’re going to give you some great places where you can enjoy tasty and delicious chicken in Vegas. Also on this episode is a great chicken story from youtubers Hog and 2cent. Last, we have a brief interview with Michael Rizzo the head chef of Flock and Fowl. FnA Minute Strange Uncles Interview with Connie West Hog and 2cent twitter: @Hogand2cent / instagram: @hogand2cent / youtube: Hog and 2Cent Places mentioned: Chandelier Bar at the Cosmopolitan, Atomic Liquors, Frankie’s Tiki Room, Headz Up, Airstream Bowling at Silverton Lindsay Stewart – The Las Vegas Foodie instagram: @thelasvegasfoodie twitter: @thelvfoodie Philip Tzeng – Las Vegas Fill instagram: @lasvegasfill twitter: @lasvegasfill Places mentioned: Flock & Fowl, Q Bistro, Momofuku, Big Chicken, Hattie B’s Hot Chicken, Mint Indian Bistro, Yardbird, Aloha Kitchen, Nomad, Ramen Hashi, Giada, Dining In The Dark Flock & Fowl instagram: @flockandfowl Michael Rizzo instagram: @rizzo.michael You can find us on … Continue reading

Doughboys
Hattie B's with Carl Tart (LIVE)

Doughboys

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2019 102:53


On our second stop in the south, we're joined by Carl Tart (Comedy Bang! Bang!, Brooklyn Nine-Nine) to review Hattie B's, a chain specializing in a Nashville-native dish, hot chicken. Plus, special guest appearances and a live edition of The Wiger Challenge.Recorded live on April 11th, 2019 at Zanies in Nashville, TN.

Southerner: Conversations with Interesting Southerners
Nick Bishop Sr. & Nick Bishop Jr.

Southerner: Conversations with Interesting Southerners

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2019 66:19


This week on Southerner, Chris sits down with Nick Bishop Sr. & Nick Bishop Jr. The Bishops are the father and son team behind Hattie B's Hot Chicken. They talk about the future of Hattie B's, grilling, meat and threes, and much more.  Southerner is presented by:  Mountain Valley Spring Water: Delicious spring water straight from the source in the Ouachita Mountains in Arkansas. Beautiful green bottles. Still, sparkling, blackberry pomegranate, white peach or lime. Available in fine grocery stores or online at MountainValleySpring.com. Follow them on Instagram @MountainValleyWater. -and- The Great Slider Showdown: Saturday, June 1 in Franklin, Tennessee. 10 chefs paired with 10 farms, 10 creative sliders, celebrity judges will select one winner for the grand prize of $3k cash and a Goldens’ Cast Iron Grill. Get your tickets at GreatSliderShowdown.com.

Music Row Hideout
Aaron Smith— P-I-A-N-I-S-T

Music Row Hideout

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2019 142:07


This week we interview Aaron Daniel Smith: Producer, Pianist, Drummer, & Artist. Topics Covered: -Touring with Matt Maher -Overcoming Social Anxiety -A 440 -Hattie B's @aarondanielsmith facebook.com/aaronsmith http://soundsmith.me/ Intro/Outro Music: "Lonesome Wolf" by Dawson Hollow @DawsonHollow https://open.spotify.com/track/4qXsFQEVedNHnpjowhaDR5?si=tZCcEyf5Sj6YN7j2VtGYBw --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ryan-poole3/support

Music Row Hideout
Aaron Smith— P-I-A-N-I-S-T

Music Row Hideout

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2019 142:07


This week we interview Aaron Daniel Smith: Producer, Pianist, Drummer, & Artist. Topics Covered: -Touring with Matt Maher -Overcoming Social Anxiety -A 440 -Hattie B's @aarondanielsmith facebook.com/aaronsmith http://soundsmith.me/ Intro/Outro Music: "Lonesome Wolf" by Dawson Hollow @DawsonHollow https://open.spotify.com/track/4qXsFQEVedNHnpjowhaDR5?si=tZCcEyf5Sj6YN7j2VtGYBw

Potluck: A Podcast about Southern Culture
Sazerac, Highlands/Hattie B's, and Lee County

Potluck: A Podcast about Southern Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2019 58:04


First, Will and Chris enjoy a Sazerac cocktail in honor of Fat Tuesday (the day they recorded). They talk about the cocktail's history, Mardi Gras, and Absinthe. Then, Chris tells Will about a collaboration dinner he and his wife went to in Birmingham. This was a unique dinner where Highlands and Hattie B's collaborated for something special. Then, they end with a reflection on the tragic tornados in Lee County, Alabama. During the month of March (2019), if you purchase a Potluck t-shirt, Will and Chris are going to send the proceeds to help the recovery in Lee County. Click here for the shirts store. We want to thank our wonderful sponsors, who make this show possible:  GUMPTION Conference - GUMPTION is a conference that celebrates the best of the South, and it’s coming up March 9 here in Franklin, Tennessee. Featured speakers include Sean Dietrich (Sean of the South), Beth Ann Fennelly (Poet Laureate of Mississippi), Odessa Settles, Jeff Shinabarger, and more. This is an experiential conference where we will hear from some of the leading creatives in the South about how they’re using food, drink, music, literature, photography, skateboards, and even spray paint to foster creativity and hospitality in our region. It’s going to be a lot of fun, and if you love the South and care about the direction we’re headed in, then we’d love for you to join us. Tickets are limited, so visit GUMPTION2019.com for the full lineup of speakers and ticket information. GUMPTION2019.com.   Eli Mason - Premium cocktail mixers and syrups made with all-natural ingredients in Nashville, TN. Old Fashioned mixer, Mint Julep mixer (Gotta plan for that Derby party), plus premium bar syrups like Grenadine, Demerara, and seasonal syrups like Spiced Simple and Fresh Peach. Save 20% on 3-packs with the code 'potluck', and if you order $50 or more they’ll send you a FREE stainless steel cocktail jigger with your order. EliMason.com or follow them on Instagram at @EliMasonSyrups.   Mountain Valley Spring Water - Hot Springs, AR. Delicious spring water straight from the source in the Ouachita Mountains in Arkansas. Beautiful green bottles. Still, sparkling, blackberry pomegranate or lime. Available in fine grocery stores or online at MountainValleySpring.com. Follow them on Instagram @MountainValleyWater.   Tree House Macarons - Augusta, GA. Late Winter collection available online NOW at TreeHouseMacarons.com. Flavors include Chocolate, Crème Brûlée, Lemon Blueberry, Butter Pecan, Earl Grey, Red Velvet, Caramel Cheesecake, Chocolate Raspberry, Café au lait, Grand Marnier, White Chocolate Strawberry, and Snickers. Order now before they sell out. Use code 'potluck' to save 25%. Follow them on Instagram @TreeHouseMacarons. 

Up and Running Podcast
Up and Running Podcast Episode 2

Up and Running Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2019 22:59


Join Paul as he explains the concept of running for time and not for distance and breaks it down for you to start your own running journey. Paul also shares his experience with the really great food offered at Hattie B’s Hot Chicken at their Las Vegas location.

Las Vegas Podcast: Five Hundy by Midnight

Las Vegas podcast #675 includes: Twilight Zone opener Become a Five Hundy Patron, get bonus stuff Britney cancels Wayne moves Magic Mike stays put Naked Magicians arrive Wynn Sues Genting Bomb Tacos closes Zimmern scouts locations for Lucky Cricket Work is happening at The Drew Listener calls about: Waldorf Astoria, Hattie B’s, James Bond slots, … Continue reading FHBM #675: Cock Theatrics

Dudes Brunch
150: Dream Brunch

Dudes Brunch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2018 63:03


We share our ultimate "dream" brunches and introduce a new podcast. Show Notes Tyler’s Dream Brunch Pastries and Quiche from Cherbourg Iced Pourover from 12:15 Wine Bar & Coffee Lab   Shaun’s Dream Brunch Two Egg & Scrapple Breakfast w/ White Toast and Coffee from Bob & Edith's Diner Scrapple   Taylor’s Dream Brunch Hot Chicken & Waffles w/ Bacon Cheddar Grits from Hattie B’s Hot Chicken   Harpoon Brewing UFO Pumpkin Ale Harpoon Flannel Friday Amber Ale   Subscribe to our new podcast "No Repeat" Apple Podcasts Overcast TuneIn RSS Feed   Shameless Plugs Follow Tyler on Twitter Check out Tyler’s website Follow Shaun on Twitter Follow Taylor on Twitter

WellSprings Journal
Claiming My Identity, Walking My Truth -- Bishop LaTrelle Easterling

WellSprings Journal

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2018 12:21


Bishop LaTrelle Easterling, who is the resident bishop of the Baltimore-Washington area of the United Methodist Church, shares insight on leadership styles of faith-filled women. Get to know the "great cloud of witnesses" who have helped form her identity and continue to inspire her walk. (VOICED BY PROFESSIONAL TALENT) FULL TRANSCRIPT 00:02     When women come together, there’s nothing we cannot do. Welcome to the Wellsprings Journal Podcast, where you’ll hear from women who’ve been called by God into lives that speak grace and compassion, that share pain and anger, and that dance life’s joys and laughter. Inspiration to call forth your creative spirit awaits. Listen now. 00:35     Claiming my identity, walking my truth by Bishop LaTrelle Easterling, resident Bishop Baltimore Washington annual conference. The leader I am reflects the women who gave me life literally and figuratively. I am honored to contribute to the 2018 Wellsprings Journal focusing on the leadership style of women. As I engage this topic, I do so from the perspective of a womanist hermaneutic. A woman is terministic values the lived experiences of one's community and expect leadership to embrace that ethos. This approach understands that everyone is nurtured within the womb of community and it's formed an informed, thereby. As I recall the name of the women who are giants in my life. I give thanks for them and their indelible mark. 01:34     I pay homage to these remarkable leaders. I am the daughter of Mary Lawton Miller, the granddaughter of Clara stringer Lawton, and the great granddaughter of Hattie B stringer. These were strong spiritual praying women whose gifts made room for them and who refused to be relegated to relative obscurity. The women who contributed to my voice spoke up on matters of importance, took their seat at decision making tables and climbed secular and sacred ladders. As I reflect upon my own leadership style, I must acknowledge and affirm the women who modeled excellent, confident, and spirit failed leadership in my life. 02:22     Mary Miller was a woman who led with a confidence born of fierce academic achievement, wisdom, and a deep relationship with God. She lived her life steeped in prayer. She rose in the morning with prayer, knelt at night to pray and bathed every decision in between in prayer. As a daughter of the south, she could have been filled with rage and resentment resulting from the racism in Jim crow environment she experienced. Instead, her life was infused with forgiveness and a commitment to equality which she in her leadership. Whether in her professional Lord Church responsibilities, she arrived prepared, ready to work with whomever she encountered and worked until the task was done. Although my mother never sought leadership, it was often bestowed upon her because she was so committed to excellence and collaboration. 03:21     As I watched her preside over church council meetings, teach disciple Bible study, or captain our softball team. She listened before she spoke, encouraged and empowered others to become involved and always tried to resolve issues through consensus and collaboration. My mother was raised to believe that the ground at the foot of the cross is level. At a time and the black church when homosexuality was still taboo she believed that everyone was created in the image and likeness of God. She did not privilege one over another and spoke up for those who were ostracized or simply ignored. 04:03     Although she did not see herself as an advocate for justice. Her life and leadership demonstrated that characteristic. Emily Buckner Babysat me from the age of six weeks to age 13, although Emily or aunt Emily is I affectionately called her, wasn't an elected leader or person of rank in a traditional sense, she was well known and respected as a leader in the African American enclave of Irvington, a neighborhood on the east side of Indianapolis, Indiana. Aunt Emily was respected and revered because she led through loving. She cared for the latchkey children of the neighborhood as a surrogate parent or guardian. She Fed them, corrected them, bandaged their wounds, and broke up their fights. Aunt Emily encouraged us to be our best, overcome obstacles and be proud of who and whose we were. 05:01     She asked to see our report cards and proceeded to reward us when we excelled and chastises when we failed to live up to our potential. Emily Buckner was barely five feet tall, but she cowered before no one and stood her ground against male and female alike. Aunt Emily had a deep and abiding faith in God that put feet to her beliefs. She prayed with those who were experiencing life's challenges, wept with those who were in pain, and provided tangible support whenever a family needed assistance. She demonstrated an ax faith by sharing all she had with everyone so that all things were held in common. From aunt Emily, I learned that leadership is not reserved for those who are elected or appointed, rather leadership is bestowed upon who live a life of generosity, compassion, and unconditional love. 06:03     The Reverend Dr. Teresa Fry Brown, the bandy professor of preaching at Candler School of Theology helped me forge my homiletical acumen in style. I met Theresa in Denver, Colorado and she was pursuing her PhD at [inaudible 00:06:18] School of theology. For the first time, I witnessed the woman unafraid to preach with passion, precision and pedagogical brilliance. Teresa offered preaching classes to those on the pastoral team where she encouraged us to embrace our call, find our voice, and walk in our true identity. She modeled and taught us that the most effective leaders lead from within the community, not absent from it. She also offered an expected leadership grounded in authenticity. Teresa often shared with us that you cannot lead where you have not been, preach what you have not experienced or teach what you do not know. Likewise, she taught us it is unwise to attempt to copy another style or voice. She could pinpoint with precision when someone was attempting to preach in an assumed persona, even calling the one they were imitating by name. 07:20     Teresa empowered us to claim our own gifts by stating God called you trust God. My leadership gifts and graces have been influenced, formed, and refined by the cloud of witnesses in my life. The aforementioned women were instrumental in shaping my leadership because they were inspired, admired, and fruitful leaders in their own right. Each possessed a unique ability to lead through connection, empowerment, and love. I am because they are. In addition, my style has been honed in the crucible of my corporate experience and pastoral ministry. It is my belief that within the context of ministry, effective leadership requires a deep and abiding relationship with Jesus the Christ. It also requires a firm commitment to the spiritual disciplines of prayer, Bible study, meditation, generosity through tithing, and service. Unless one is committed to a life of discipleship, I do not believe she or he can lead with integrity. Spiritual leadership is enhanced by intellect, but it does not bear fruit that will last unless the Holy Spirit guides it. 08:44     My womanist grounding leads me to first build relationships with my partners in ministry. Without first establishing a foundation gestated in the womb of relationship, it is difficult to form a partnership born of trust. Once that trust hasn't been established, my leadership style continues to be collaborative and inclusive. I seek input from a wide range of stakeholders, inviting everyone to speak from their experience and understanding. I believe in open and honest dialogue that leverages our strengths and privileges every voice at the table equally. Then we are able to build consensus that will effectively meet the needs of the mission and purpose of those we serve. While I do not believe effective leadership requires leaders to be the smartest persons in the room, good leaders arrive prepared. My ability to be prepared is fueled by my intellectual curiosity, commitment to pedagogical excellence, humility, and a desire to listen before I speak. 09:51     These elements enable me to facilitate meaningful discussion, maintain focus, offer helpful insights, and empower others to excel. One of the critical elements missing in the toolbox of many leaders is establishing clear expectations. I am amazed by how many leaders within the church are afraid to make their expectations known for fear of losing their constituents and yet our ministries flounder or stagnate because we do not set expectations. Hold one another accountable in love and evaluate our outcomes. In most other professions that would be grounds for termination. I do not shy away from setting clear, concise expectations and offering the necessary resources to ensure they can be achieved. After those expectations are shared, I make it clear that the only real failure is a failure to try. 10:49     I believe we learn as much from our failures as our achievements, perhaps even more so. Therefore, risks should be encouraged and any failure capitalized upon as a source of learning and development. Perhaps most important, as a leader, I have learned to embrace who I am and claim who I am in Christ. I am passionate, demonstrative, sometimes given to shedding tears and that possess a wicked sense of humor. Also, I'm not afraid to wait on the spirit before making a decision. Some would counsel me to hide those aspects of myself in favor of a more normative, traditional leadership style. However, the voices of Mary, Emily, and Teresa whisper into my spirit to remember that God formed me. God knows me and God called me. I can trust God in claiming who I am. 11:58     Thank you for listening to the Wellspring Journal Podcast. Be sure to visit WellspringsJournal.org to find more resources for the journey.  

Mitch Eats Food
Episode 31: Hattie B's, Nashville, TN, Half bird of hot chicken (Guest: Dave Seperson)

Mitch Eats Food

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2018 22:24


Mitch goes down to Nashville and waits 90 minutes for hot chicken at the famous Hattie B's. He orders half a bird with a side of extra chicken, plus pimento mac and cheese, cole slaw, bread and pickles. Special guest Dave Seperson joins to discuss immediately regretting his mild order, sauce thoughts and the best sweet tea he had all week in Nashville. Please subscribe in iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher or Google Play. Leave a rating and review to help others find the podcast. Search for Mitch Goldich on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for food pictures, plus the new @mitcheatsfoodpod account on IG.

Vacation Mavens
071 Nashville with Kids

Vacation Mavens

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2017 50:40


Nashville is one of the fastest-growing cities in the United States. It may be the home of country music but there is so much more to see and do (and eat!) This week we chat with Tennessean Kristin Luna to get the inside scoop on what to do in Nashville with kids. ON THE PODCAST 00:30 - Update on Tamara and Kim's travels 01:25 - Talking with Kristen Luna 08:00 - How long to spend in Nashville 09:07 - What to do 12:05 - Seeing a show 14:22 - River that separates Nashville 17:25 - Broadway after dark 21:18 - Other places to visit 27:47 - Country Christmas 28:47 - Hotel in downtown Nashville 33:48 - Where to eat in Nashville 40:15 - Money saving tips 42:42 - Best place to take a family photo 45:47 - Favorite Travel Gear 48:24 - App of the week ABOUT KRISTIN LUNA Kristin Luna is a Nashville-based journalist who has written for more than 50 magazines, including Newsweek, Travel + Leisure, Parade and Southern Living. She shares the behind-the-scenes of her travels via her 10-year-old blog Camels & Chocolate. Follow Kristin on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, and Twitter. PLACES TO VISIT IN NASHVILLE WITH KIDS Country Music Hall of Fame is a great museum for anyone -- even if you are not a big country music fan. The museum is attached to the Omni Nashville Hotel, which is fairly large and has one of the only outdoor pools in Nashville. The hotel in in the central part of Nashville, making it easy to walk to different places. Hatch Show Print is a letterpress print shop that has been around for over a hundred years. You can watch the printing through big windows in the front and take workshops. You should check out the Ryman Auditorium, which is known as the Mother Church of Country Music, but more than just country musicians play there. Riverfront Park is a great place to visit if you have young kids that need to have some play time. The Parthenon is a cool place to visit and you need to take about a half hour out of your day. It is a full scale replica of the Greek Parthenon and on weekends there are a lot of festivals and food trucks there. This is also a great place to have a picnic with your family. The Grand Ole Opry is a fantastic piece of Nashville's history and a must do when in Nashville. If you really want to try Nashville Hot Chicken one of the most famous places would be Hattie B’s. This is a great family place and has the ability to order online and has two locations now. BEST PLACE TO TAKE FAMILY PHOTO Most photos are taken in front of ‘I believe in Nashville’ mural. 12th South has a few great colorful murals. If you want the skyline, taking a photo in front of the Bridge building has a great view looking over the river. FAVORITE TRAVEL GEAR Kristin loves to wear sundresses from LOFT, Gap, and Old Navy. APP OF THE WEEK Lyft is a competitor to Uber, but it allows you to schedule a ride and leave your tip through the app. MENTIONED ON THE PODCAST Omni Nashville Hotel Behind the scenes at the Grand Ole Opry Union Station Hotel Airbnb referral link: www.airbnb.com/c/tgruber2 Lyft: TAMARA49894 referral code Best Murals of Nashville FOLLOW US AND SPREAD THE WORD! If you liked this show, please be sure to subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, or Google Play and leave us a review! Have a question or comment? Send us an email or leave us a voicemail at +1.641.715.3900, ext. 926035# You can also follow our travels on Stuffed Suitcase and We3Travel, or follow the Vacation Mavens on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter. Thanks for listening! Photos courtesy of Kristin Luna. This post contains affiliate links. If you click a link and make a purchase/booking, we may make a small commission to cover our podcasting costs.

Wide Right Natty Lite Podcast
We Still Booze 2.19: Vanderbilt Beat Reporter Adam Sparks

Wide Right Natty Lite Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2017 26:00


In preparation for the Iowa State/Vanderbilt tilt on Saturday we brought Adam Sparks from The Tennessean on the podcast to discuss the Commodores, Big 12/SEC Challenge and what to eat and drink in Nashville. We’ve all seen games at Vanderbilt on television and wondered why it looked so funny. Adam took the time to explain the “ground rules” , if you will, of the court and where we can expect Prohm to call his infamous time-outs from. Also, if you see first or second row tickets for sale you may want to pass on them unless you enjoy checking out sneakers. Vanderbilt has struggled to close out games with poor rebounding and stagnant offense. Sound familiar? Adam explains his thoughts on their close losses and how that plays into the game plan for Iowa State on Saturday. Live by the three and die by the three. If there has ever been a team that fits that motto, it might be this years Vanderbilt team. As the team has transitioned from a catch and shoot team to a dribble drive team under Bryce Drew they are still relying on three point baskets to put points on the board. According to Sparks the Commodores have scored more points from behind the three point line than inside of it. Bryce Drew would prefer to play man-to-man defense but has been forced to play zone at time for a variety of reasons. Adam says the reviews have been a mixed bag and it is a potential are that Iowa State may be able to expose. If you are going to Nashville, Adam has some food recommendations for you toward the end of the podcast. You won’t want to miss out on some Hattie B’s hot chicken according to Adam Sparks.

Down the Pipe & Natty Lite
We Still Booze 2.19: Vanderbilt Beat Reporter Adam Sparks

Down the Pipe & Natty Lite

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2017 25:23


In preparation for the Iowa State/Vanderbilt tilt on Saturday we brought Adam Sparks from The Tennessean on the podcast to discuss the Commodores, Big 12/SEC Challenge and what to eat and drink in Nashville. We’ve all seen games at Vanderbilt on television and wondered why it looked so funny. Adam took the time to explain the “ground rules” , if you will, of the court and where we can expect Prohm to call his infamous time-outs from. Also, if you see first or second row tickets for sale you may want to pass on them unless you enjoy checking out sneakers. Vanderbilt has struggled to close out games with poor rebounding and stagnant offense. Sound familiar? Adam explains his thoughts on their close losses and how that plays into the game plan for Iowa State on Saturday. Live by the three and die by the three. If there has ever been a team that fits that motto, it might be this years Vanderbilt team. As the team has transitioned from a catch and shoot team to a dribble drive team under Bryce Drew they are still relying on three point baskets to put points on the board. According to Sparks the Commodores have scored more points from behind the three point line than inside of it. Bryce Drew would prefer to play man-to-man defense but has been forced to play zone at time for a variety of reasons. Adam says the reviews have been a mixed bag and it is a potential are that Iowa State may be able to expose. If you are going to Nashville, Adam has some food recommendations for you toward the end of the podcast. You won’t want to miss out on some Hattie B’s hot chicken according to Adam Sparks.

Sips, Suds, & Smokes
You are an Idiot

Sips, Suds, & Smokes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2015 57:22


You are an Idiot @HattieBs @BoltonsSpicy @pepperfirenash @ChefBigShake @400DegreesHC @PartyFowlNash #hotchicken #nashvillehotchicken Co hosts : Good ol Boy Mike, Good ol Boy Kendall, Good ol Boy James, and Good ol Boy Sparky. SMOKES Episode – This audience participation show is all about Nashville Hot Chicken, a regional cuisine known for its unique spice, preparation, and local lore. This is a blind tasting featuring the hottest of the hot chicken from: Big Shake's  Death Row - www.bigshakeshotchicken.com Party Fowl Poultrygeist – www.partyfowlnashville.com These 2 samples were selected for this tasting and were selected as the best examples of Best Flavor and Best Heat. Additional samples were considered from: Bolton's – 8th Av. S. - www.boltonsspicy.com Hattie B's - www.hattieb.com Pepperfire - www.pepperfirehotchicken.com Big Shake's - www.bigshakeshotchicken.com Helen's - www.helenshotchicken.com 400 Degrees - www.400degreeshotchicken.com Sips, Suds, & Smokes info@sipssudsandsmokes.com @sipssudssmoke Hosted online at Spreaker and available on iTunes, PRX, TuneIn, Stitcher, Soundcloud, and YouTube. Catch more great beer news with Kendall on Beer Makes Three. www.beermakesthree.com A great quick resource is available with the Nashville Hot Chicken Report, James Baird www.nashvillehotchickenreport.com Big thanks to Party Fowl hosting us for this show.  719 8th Ave S, Nashville, Tennessee 37203  www.partyfowlnashville.com

Sips, Suds, & Smokes
I yearn for the burn

Sips, Suds, & Smokes

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2015 45:45


I yearn for the burn Co hosts : Good ol Boy Mike, Good ol Boy Kendall, Good ol Boy James, Good ol Boy Sparky, Good ol Boy Ben. #hotchicken #nashvillehotchicken SMOKES Episode – This show is all about Nashville Hot Chicken, a regional cuisine known for its unique spice, preparation, and local lore. This is a blind tasting featuring hot chicken from:   Bolton's – 8th S. - www.boltonsspicy.com Hattie B's - www.hattieb.com Pepperfire - pepperfirehotchicken.com Big Shake's - www.bigshakeshotchicken.com Helen's - www.helenshotchicken.com 400 Degrees - www.400degreeshotchicken.com Party Fowl – www.partyfowlnashville.com   So our official top 3 picks not announced on this episode but after some post recording discussion are:   Pepperfire 400 Degrees Party Fowl   Sips, Suds, & Smokes info@sipssudsandsmokes.com @sipssudssmoke Hosted online at Spreaker and available on iTunes, PRX, TuneIn, Stitcher, Soundcloud, and YouTube. Catch more great beer news with Kendall on Beer Makes Three. www.beermakesthree.com   A great quick resource is available with the Nashville Hot Chicken Report, James Baird www.nashvillehotchickenreport.com   Big thanks to Party Fowl hosting us for this show. 719 8th Ave S, Nashville, Tennessee 37203 www.partyfowlnashville.com

The Str8OutDaDen Podcast
Pregame Rituals & Eddie Murphy w/ Brown

The Str8OutDaDen Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2014 51:28


This has to be by far the quickest turn around for a guest on the podcast. Remember a couple of days ago when we named our Sunday Spotlight artist? Well I told you that I would try my best to get this guy to come through and lucky for all of us he did. Lazies meet Brown…again. The Nashville emcee and his manager fell through Da Den to talk how he got his start, his Hattie B's pregame ritual before shows, the meaning behind his 7:22 EP and more. We even got the homie to do our #VinylConversations segment and lets just say this one was entertaining. Can we say Eddie Murphy? So you know the drill…sit back…Relax and Listen! Follow Brown on Twitter (@WorldOfBrown) Follow Str8OutDaDen on Twitter (@Str8OutDaDen) For more videos, interviews, podcast and music visit www.str8outdaden.com