Cookbook author Maggie Zhu, whose new book Chinese Homestyle is packed with 90 recipes packed with umami // Ordinary to Extraordinary - dolling up cream cheese // Homemade crackers – worth it? // Getting the most out of mushrooms - roasted, grilled or sauteed? // Chef challenge – 4 meals from 1 chicken, plus Producer Pam picks the more creative suggestions from Tom or Thierry // Lastly, we play Rub with Love Food for Thought Trivia!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this week's HowToBBQRight Podcast, We are BACK IN BUSINESS for Season 6 (0:33)! Super Bowl weekend is FINALLY here (2:22). During the break we had some MOUTH WATERING foods (3:30). Malcom clears the air about having “canned” turnip greens for New Years Day (5:43). I FINALLY convinced Malcom to put Blue Plate on his cornbread (07:25) Duck meat is TRULY a hidden gem of meat (8:28). Malcom recreated his Walmart prime rib for Christmas and it was TO DIE FOR (12:06). Malcom's Deer Summer Sausage recipe is coming along quickly (15:12)! I can't stop thinking about our upcoming Birria Taco Recipe (17:54). Malcom smoked a Whole Hog on Outlaw's new smoker “The HAWG” (24:54). I ask Malcom all about his new Grilla Grill Chimp He's been using here lately (34:53), and why he always keeps his grill open when he lights them (39:30). We take a deep dive into FireBall's recent controversy (41:05). Over the break, someone sent us a WHOLE GALLON of Blue Plate Mayo (44:44). We start a NEW weekly segment of answering YOUR community questions (49:53). Malcom gives the rundown of how he would cook up some Chicken Tacos for a large catering event (50:20). How should you go about cooking MULTIPLE dishes all at one temperature (55:48)? Finally we close out with how Malcom would cook a DELICIOUS Elk Roast (59:40)!
Some roster moves were released on January 23rd, and Mike, Jose, and Dave wanted to discuss it right away! Check out our thoughts on a new episode of Across the Pitch! #DOOP #MLS #AATSports_ #Union Sponsors Statement Games: http://www.statementgames.com -Fun FREE New Look at Fantasy Sports -sign up: https://www.statementgames.com/ Doan Distillery located in the Trolley Barn Public Market in Quakertown! Visit doandistillery.com to check out their wide variety of drinks and spirits!. Join us Sunday October 30th for the AATBirds Pregame Show prior to Eagles/Steelers! Vinny's Pizza & Restaurant in Allentown, PA. 6750 Iroquois Trail #7 in Allentown, PA 18104 Serving Italian cuisine, including Pizza, Pasta, Burgers, Sandwiches, and more! Available for pickup or deliver! Order today at vinnyspizzarestaurant.com Stuffed to the Grills 6750 Iroquois Trail #5 in Allentown, PA 18104 Offering a unique twist on a traditional sandwich shop. Homemade hot and cold sandwiches, salads, appetizers, and baked goods. Available for catering events, family functions, and more! Head to stuffedtothegrills.com for their daily specials! http://aatsportsnetwork.com/shop --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/aatsportsnetwork/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aatsportsnetwork/support
Whitehall 1212, named after the then famous telephone number of Scotland Yard—the headquarters of the London Metropolitan Police Force—was written and directed by Wyllis Cooper and broadcast by NBC. It was hosted by Chief Superintendent John Davidson, curator of the Black Museum and it used many of the same picked cases by contemporary radio show The Black Museum, and nearly mirrored its broadcast run. The two shows were different in the respect that while Whitehall 1212 told the story of a case entirely from the point of view of the police starting from the crime scene, The Black Museum was more heavily dramatized and played out scenes of the actual murders and included scenes from the criminal's point of view. 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/ 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 Radio
Reuben started making his own sauce (technically dressing) in an effort to get more healthy. Theodore and Nicholas helped repair board up Leighton's house after the roof from the shed blew off (Christmas Story).
On today's episode of the Buck Junkie Podcast, the guys talk about their experiences and strategies for late season deer hunts, but first, the guys recap Episode 37 with Darrin Ward (00:35). What's the cost and experience like being in a hunting club and owning hunting land (01:20)? The guys talk about ‘The Seek One' podcast, and their large budget hunting camera operations (05:15). Jamie tells a little incident with surveillance on foreign property… (06:09) The development of AI detection technology is taking OVER old hunting equipment (07:69)! The guys review a NEW BOG ground blind (10:40)! The pintail ducks are the only ducks you might see in Mississippi… (15:33) Malcom is faced with a BIG specklebelly goose problem (16:27)! The sandhill cranes are “the RIBEYE of the sky”, according to Malcom (17:15). What's up with Jamie's NEW .350 Legend (18:04)? The guys are in late deer season mode… What kind of strategies are they planning to finish off this deer season (22:44)? Let's talk about OUR deer population control and management (24:17). What are the guys' opinions on shooting deer after breeding season (26:57)? Who shot the BIGGEST doe THIS season (31:26)? What's it like hunting after post-rut and late season (34:00)? Why do people QUIT hunting after the New Year (36:20)? Jamie talks about his NO VISION hunting gone wrong (39:00)! Why do bucks shed their antlers early (41:17)? Do THIS to grind and cook your own Deer Meat Sausages (45:36)!
Happy New Year! The ATP Crew is back for the 2023 Philadelphia Union Season. Dave, Mike, & Jose start breaking down the offseason, some thoughts on the upcoming year, and more! #DOOP #MLS @AATSports_ #Union Sponsors Statement Games: http://www.statementgames.com-Fun FREE New Look at Fantasy Sports -sign up: https://www.statementgames.com/ Doan Distillery located in the Trolley Barn Public Market in Quakertown! Visit doandistillery.com to check out their wide variety of drinks and spirits!. Vinny's Pizza & Restaurant in Allentown, PA. 6750 Iroquois Trail #7 in Allentown, PA 18104 Serving Italian cuisine, including Pizza, Pasta, Burgers, Sandwiches, and more! Available for pickup or deliver! Order today at vinnyspizzarestaurant.com Stuffed to the Grills 6750 Iroquois Trail #5 in Allentown, PA 18104 Offering a unique twist on a traditional sandwich shop. Homemade hot and cold sandwiches, salads, appetizers, and baked goods. Available for catering events, family functions, and more! Head to stuffedtothegrills.com for their daily specials! http://aatsportsnetwork.com/shop Show less --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/aatsportsnetwork/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aatsportsnetwork/support
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For the season finale of Homemade, we got the crew who inspired all of this – our roomies from the House of Salt! In the episode, we reminisce on our time living together with all the parties and random moments. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
December birthdays can be hard. On this episode, I sit down with my dad in South Dakota, while he shares how he started his homemade ice cream birthday tradition, how, as the youngest of the family, he would get his brothers to turn the crank on the ice cream maker at his party, why my sister thought the ice cream would maybe taste like slough water, and dad's tip for making smooth and creamy homemade ice cream every time. Vanilla and rocky road ice cream recipes: randomsweets.com Follow on Instagram @potatoesandmittens and @RandomSweets. Join the fun on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/RandomSweets --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/potatoesandmittens/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/potatoesandmittens/support
The Somali Sambusa is a savory fried pastry filled with fragrantly seasoned ground beef. They're a little work but the reward is delicious!Hosted by Mary Mac, edited by Anna MacGo to MaryMacPodcast.com for baking mixes, merch, recipes, and more!
Join The Homemade Family as we talk about all things parenting, family, and marriage! As we welcome this new year, we are hoping to encourage you on your journey of family. We look at what God did and said when He founded the nation of Israel so we can have wisdom for building our "nation." Join us live every Friday at 12:00 pm Pst, 2:00 pm Cst.
In Episode 071 we are making a traditional Homemade Chili for Dinner. Susie shares this chili recipe with all the tips and tricks to make a delicious dinner. Just add some toppings like Fritos, green onions, sour cream, shredded cheese, hot sauce, or chopped avocado to make a great dinner. Cornbread is a great side dish for chili too! Full Show Notes: https://momsdinner.net/episode-071-homemade-chili/ Recipes Mentioned Homemade Chili Instant Pot Chili Buttermilk Cornbread Sweet Cornbread Muffins Best Ever Cornbread Equipment Recommended Enameled Dutch Oven Meat Masher
I know I've been doing all of the other things lately, but this week I'm back to just rambling about my garden, making my own sausages, and the wonders of growing and making your own fresh food.-Support The Show-Leave Me a Voicemail (516) 636-7631 (ODO-POD1)Join the Facebook Group Oddballs: Friends of The Odd Dad OutBuy Me A CoffeeVisit The ODO ShopTwitter @OdddadoutFacebook @OddadoutInstragram @Odddadout
On this episode of Virtual Coffee, I chatted (again!) with Kiersten, the Founder and Owner of Rescue Me Candle Co. Kiersten was first on Virtual Coffee in December of 2020, and I highly suggest checking out that episode to hear why and how she started her business. To listen to her first episode, go to episode 35. On this episode, Kiersten shares what has been going on with the business over the past 2 years. Rescue Me Candle Co. has certainly grown, and Kiersten also shares some great perspectives and learnings from the past 2 years. Be sure to check out Rescue Me Candle Co., and happy listening! Rescue Me Candle Co.'s Instagram ----more---- ☕️ Instagram & Facebook: @virtualcoffeepodcast ☕️ Email: email@example.com ☕️ Linktree ----more---- ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Don't forget to leave a rating & review for Virtual Coffee! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ----more---- Music: Blippy Trance by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5759-blippy-trance License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
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Let our Haluski recipe carry you into the New Year! Cabbage, onions, noodles and butter work together to create this delicious classic Eastern European dishHosted by Mary Mac, edited by Anna MacGo to MaryMacPodcast.com for baking mixes, merch, recipes, and more!
Kelsey Nixon is the host of Kelsey's Essentials and Kelsey's Homemade on the Cooking Channel and the author of Kitchen Confidence. Kelsey launched her career in food on season 4 of Food Network Star and has been part of the Food Network family since 2008 with appearances on Iron Chef America, Chopped, Beat Bobby Flay, Guy's Grocery Games, and Cutthroat Kitchen. Kelsey is the founder of the Recipe Club that focuses on family meal makeovers and the importance of sitting down together for meals. Andrea and Kelsey discuss simple ideas on meal prepping, meal planning, and the difference between them. Follow Kelsey Instagram @kelseynixonWebsite www.kelseynixon.comRecipe Club click HEREOil Spritzer click HEREJoin Andrea's Coaching & Nutrition Programs https://www.deliciouslyfitnhealthy.com/wmc-sFollow Andrea on Instagram@firstname.lastname@example.orgTraining & Coachinghttps://www.deliciouslyfitnhealthy.com/linksVisit Andrea's Websitewww.deliciouslyfitnhealthy.comProduced by Light On Creative, LLC
Join The Homemade Family as we talk about all things parenting, family, and marriage! Today we are wrapping up our three part series on Stress & Anxiety. We've already covered how to get out of an anxiety attack, and healthy habits to keep you out of anxiety, and today we'll cover the mindsets that keep us from falling into depression, anxiety, and stress. Join us live every Friday at 12:00 pm Pst, 2:00 pm Cst.
Tacos & Cheese Sauce The walnut mix: 1C of walnuts, add 1 carrot, 1 celery stalk, dash of each of these: cumin, turmeric, pepper, salt and cinnamon. Squeeze in 1/2 a lemon. Pulse in your food processor, or blender for 1 minute, then check to make sure it's thick. You want to keep the ingredients chunky. Add more spices as desired, and pulse until ready. Add the mix to almond flour tortillas. The cheesy sauce: Homemade tasty cheesy sauce for walnut veggie lettuce tacos: blend ½ C water, 1 C cashews, 1 Tbls apple cider vinegar, 1/2 a lemon squeezed, 1 garlic clove. Season w/turmeric, pepper, salt, 1/2 C water & dash of onion powder. Blend until creamy. Add the walnut mix inside the tortillas, to make tacos, add sliced avocados, greens, then pour the cheesy sauce on top! Enjoy! Smashed Chickpea Avocado Salad Sandwich Ingredients 15 ounces chickpeas or garbanzo beans, canned 1 large ripe avocado 1/4 cup fresh cilantro 2 tablespoons chopped green onion 1 lime 1 teaspoon Ole bay 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 teaspoon onion powder Salt and pepper to taste Bread of your choice Fresh spinach leaves or your favorite sandwich topping; lettuce, sprouts, tomato slices Instructions 1. Rinse and drain the chickpeas. 2. In a medium bow, using a fork or potato masher smash the chickpeas and avocado together. Add in cilantro, green onion, and lime juice. Add in ole bay, garlic powder and onion power. Mix well 3. Spread salad on bread and with your favorite sandwich topping. Enjoy!
TV Confidential is taking some time off for the holidays; we'll be back with brand new programs beginning January 13. In the meantime, please enjoy this special preview of our upcoming interview with actor Lee E. Cox (The Wire, Head of State). Lee will soon be seen in Snap, a new anthology series that will remind you of both The Twilight Zone and the British anthology series Black Mirror. Snap premieres December 22 on ALLBLK, the popular streaming channel from AMC Networks that showcases black entertainment. Lee's episode of Snap, "Black Lives Matter," will air in mid-January. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential has partnered with AdvertiseCast to handle advertising/sponsorship requests for the podcast edition of our program. They're great to work with and will help you advertise on our show. Please email email@example.com or click the link below to get started: https://www.advertisecast.com/TVConfidentialAradiotalkshowabout Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hey, it's Amy Newmark with your Chicken Soup for the Soul, and today I bring you holiday inspiration from our book Chicken Soup for the Soul: It's Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas. Today we're going to talk about homemade gifts and I'll share a couple of great ideas from our writers, who used homemade gifts to create holiday traditions and values. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Justin chats with Zach Hanson, a hunter, trapper, and the author of Turning Feral. They discuss Zach's journey from cushy suburban lifestyle to a life in the wilderness of Idaho. They dive deep into off grid living, eating racoons, the culinary use of beaver, drawing the line of morality, and so much more! - Subscribe to the Harvesting Nature Magazine! - Buy our Small Batch Wild Fish and Game Seasonings Special Guest: Zach Hanson is a hunter, trapper, author, husband, and father. His latest book, Turning Feral: A Modern Journey of Hunting, Trapping, and Living Intentionally in the Wilderness, is about his journey from a cushy suburban lifestyle to a life in the wilderness of Idaho, learning to hunt, trap, and live off the grid. In his journey, he was able to break free from the trappings of the modern rat race and experience a wild and wonderful life on his own terms. Connect with Zach on LinkedIn Buy Zach's Book on Amazon Show Notes: Turning raccoons into hats Eating raccoon, otter, coyotes Korean soup, cajun bites, and spicy chili Introducing Zach Hanson Zach's background Living off the grid in Idaho What's in Zach's freezer now BEAVER!! Homemade cocktail stirrers Plans for the rest of the season Involving kids in the outdoor adventures Building up preference points for the kids Zach's book Finding the line of morality Going hunting for the first time Coming for the food Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week's episode of Food Farms & Chefs radio show is happy to welcome our friend, and celebrity chef, Georgeann Leaming back to discuss all her numerous endeavors, including the newly established pop-up concept; Zang Croissants. These buttery, flakey, and Super-sized pastries caught our attention, as I'm sure they will catch yours too! She's also joining us to chat about her role as one of MAPP's Ambassadors; MAPP stands for: Mentor, Advocacy, Purpose, Power of women. And how her involvement within the supportive community of MAPP coincides with other groups that she is involved with. All of whom offer equal support and comradery for women within the culinary and hospitality industry. We'll then take you into the hustle and bustle of becoming a chef when we took a behind the scenes look at Chef Barry Galasso as he taught his students (and our co-host Amaris Pollock) how to prepare a crab cake from scratch. Yes, you'll even get the recipe that Chef Galasso used to create this foodie-favorite dish, right down to his plating suggestions! We'll then take a seat to speak with Chef Barry one-on-one to hear how he began his career and what led him to inspire future generations of chefs at Camden County Technical High School in Sicklerville, NJ.
In this episode we talk with Courtney Nzeribe about great holiday gift ideas for the food lovers on your list. Courtney's background is in Retail and Accounts in the cosmetic and culinary/home arenas. In addition, she has extensive catering experience for private clients and the diplomatic consular community in the Chicago area, as well as most recently serving on the catering crew for The Rolling Stones No Filter kickoff in St. Louis. Besides her culinary interests, she has appeared in print writing about food and travel, and doing on-air demos for television. Courtney studied Fine Arts at Parsons, Paris France and is still practicing her arts with illustration and painting. Her illustrations have appeared in Gastronomica, University of California Press February 2020, and the medieval culinary handbook A Hastiness of Cooks, winner of 2020 Gourmand World Cookbook awards. She work exudes joy and life and movement in whatever medium she works in. COURTNEY'S LINKS: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cococollectionillustrations/ Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/CocoCollectionArt Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cococollectionart/ Website: https://www.cococollectionart.com A Hastiness of Cooks: https://a.co/d/5Gy79YA GIFT RESOURCES: Hoosier Farms for milk powder, heavy cream powder (yes!), cheese powder, popcorn toppings, hot chocolate, as well as many other cool items. https://hoosierhillfarm.com for Knife Aid for knife sharpening by mail. https://knifeaid.com for the most interactive classes from a retailer, both in-person and online. https://www.surlatable.com/cooking-classes-1/ Williams Sonoma for the best quality dish towels you can get. Great sales on now! https://www.williams-sonoma.com/shop/homekeeping/dish-cloths-towels/ Nuts.com for every kind of nut and dried fruit, chocolate, fudge, retro candy, and more. https://nuts.com Middleton Knives for gorgeous hand-made, high carbon steel knives. https://www.middletonmadeknives.com Check out Patreon and Substack's websites for gift subscriptions to newsletters from a favorite food writer or chef. Homemade fudge makes a fantastic present. We love the easy recipe that used to come on the back label of Marshmallow Fluff: https://www.myfoodandfamily.com/recipe/051833/fantasy-fudge Mini bar in a jar: Place an assortment of tiny liquor bottles (Bevmo has a great selection) along with a few single serving snacks like pretzels, peanuts and candy in a large, wide-mouth mason jar and tie with ribbon. Put some confetti or shredded colorful paper in the bottom of the jar. Party time! Soup mixes are popular in the winter. Place alternating layers of different types of dried beans in a 16-ounce mason jar. Place dried herbs, spices, salt and pepper in a small bag and place on top. Include a recipe card and a nice bow. Mini quick breads like pumpkin, zucchini, carrot, apple, orange cranberry, whatever you like! Bake in paper or aluminum loaf pans make delicious gifts. Paper loaf pans come in a huge variety of colors and sizes and are available at cookware stores, Target, and Amazon. Herbal sleep pillows make lovely gifts. Fill muslin drawstring bags with dried herbs like rose petals, lavender, or fir balsam, stitch the opening closed and make a pillowcase with soft flannel. We use the Monterey Herb Co. for our dried herbs. https://www.herbco.com Limoncello is easy to make but it'll take 2 weeks to stand before it's ready. There's a great recipe here https://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-make-limoncello-cooking-lessons-from-the-kitchn-197694 If Kahlua is more your style, there's a wonderful recipe here. It doesn't need to sit 2 weeks, just pour into pretty bottles and gift! https://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-make-limoncello-cooking-lessons-from-the-kitchn-197694 Women Beyond a Certain Age is an award-winning weekly podcast with Denise Vivaldo. She brings her own lively, humorous, and experienced viewpoint to the topics she discusses with her guests. The podcast covers wide-ranging subjects of importance to older women. SHOW LINKS: Website: https://womenbeyond.podbean.com Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/WomenBeyond/ Follow our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/WomenBeyond/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/womenbeyondacertainage/ Episode archive: https://womenbeyond.podbean.com Email us: WomenBeyond@icloud.com Denise Vivaldo is the host of WBACA. Her info lives here: https://denisevivaldogroup.com/ More of Denise's info is here: https://denisevivaldo.com Cindie Flannigan is the producer WBACA. Her info lives here: https://linktr.ee/cindieflannigan Denise and Cindie's books: https://www.amazon.com/Denise-Vivaldo/e/B001K8QNRA%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share
Jolly elves, film critics, and hosts of the Linoleum Knife podcast (@linoleumcast) Alonso Duralde (@ADuralde) and Dave White (@dlelandwhite) return to deck the halls (and kitchens) with delicious Christmas treats. Recipes: Chocolate Peppermint Cheesecake Chocolate-Dipped Pistachio-Cardamom Shortbread Apricot Linzer Cookies & Candied Chestnut Pecan Cake New Christmas Movie Recs: A Christmas Story Christmas Violent Night Spirited Falling for Christmas Candle Review: Parade of Lights by One Last Glass Dave's Candle Recs: Portable X-Mas Tree by D.S. & Durga Pine & Eucalyptus by Jo Malone Be sure to check out Alonso and Dave's Christmas decoration Instagram account (@dxaxtree). Interested in supporting All Things Cozy? Join our Patreon and follow us on Facebook and Instagram. Happy Holidays & Merry Christmas!
A chat with Greg, Janis, and Doreen. In This Garden Chat: The holidays are just around the corner, and we all love to share gifts from our heart with our friends and family. Join us as we share our ideas for some cool gardening gifts both from and for the garden. This is sure to be an inspiration filled class. Our team members Janis Norton and Doreen Pollack joined Greg in this fabulous brainstorming session. On the last Tuesday every month we host The Urban Farm Garden Chats where Greg Peterson has a relaxed conversation in a Zoom room with a special guest (or two) to cover useful gardening topics, and they answer questions from the live listening audience. To join us for the next event, go to www.GardenChat.org or Click HERE to register for the Monthly Garden Chat with Live Q&A Our Special Guest:Doreen Pollack is a member of the Urban Farm Team. She has been a Master Gardener for over 16 years. She has also turned her own urban plot in a downtown Phoenix Historic District into a living example of what she teaches. Her front yard now houses an edible garden where a lush Bermuda grass lawn used to be. Rainwater harvesting systems channel and store rain, compost piles supply needed amendments to harsh clay soil and creative plant location maximize use of this neighborhood lot. A Laundry to Landscape system uses washing machine output to water a 35 year old grapefruit tree. Editor's Notes: Check out our articles on Wicking Beds as this was a question in the chat tonight. www.urbanfarm.org/wickingbeds Please share your recipes, we will add them to our blog! Send them to Podcast@urbanfarm.org
After a few weeks hiatus, your boys are back in The Town! Your homies at Homemade sit down to chat with our good friend Abby Panares (talented writer, producer, director, and one of the founders of Bad Rep Theatre) about being creative pre-pandemic, during pandemic, and post pandemic(ish), and also finding our space for representation in the creative arts and Hollywood. Whoa. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Many people begin thinking about decluttering and organization in January, but it's such a good idea to begin simplifying your home leading up to Christmas. Creating a more peaceful home environment can help you and your family enjoy this busy season more, and it helps prepare your home for an influx of new clutter after Christmas! Shannon of Home Made Lovely joins me in this episode to talk about her new book, The Clutter Fix. We all know that clutter doesn't make us feel good, but so many of us get stuck on what to actually do about it. Shannon not only teaches about how to declutter and organize, but she also dives into our mindsets and personalities around the topic of clutter. This is such a practical episode with lots of bite-size, actionable steps you can take today! In this episode, we cover: Mustering up your decluttering motivation with some quick wins from the get-go The unexpected cost of disorganization Uncovering your clutter personality and how you can make meaningful change The myth of the one-time decluttering sweep Changing your mindset about clutter and organization Handling kids' clutter and teaching them to manage their belongings Taking into consideration the different personalities of our household members when it comes to clutter and organization Getting started: how to know what to get rid of View full show notes and transcript on the blog + watch this episode on YouTube. Thank you to our sponsors! TOUPS AND CO ORGANICS | Use code FARMHOUSE at ToupsandCo.com BLOGGING SUCCESS MASTERCLASS | Visit bit.ly/FarmhouseBloggingSchool RESOURCES MENTIONED The Clutter Fix by Shannon Acheson 50 Things You Should Throw Away Today + Free Printable Checklist by Shannon Acheson CONNECT Shannon Acheson of Home Made Lovely | Blog | Instagram | Facebook | YouTube | Pinterest Lisa Bass of Farmhouse on Boone | Blog | YouTube | Instagram | TikTok | Facebook | Pinterest Join us in the Simple Farmhouse Life Facebook community!
This is a handy and tasty brownie mix, easy enough for kids to make, great for a quick snack. You can add nuts, chocolate chips, m&ms, special baking bits, whatever you like. It also makes a great gift! What's not to love?Hosted by Mary Mac, edited by Anna MacGo to MaryMacPodcast.com for baking mixes, merch, recipes, and more!
Join Nat, Bee of Wavy Flower Company, and Tori of Read Dirty To Me, this week with a dose of reality (TV) as we get into the world of "unscripted real-life situations". We bond over the new Netflix reality edible that is Dated & Related. As consumers of this genre we discuss why we (and maybe you?) watch reality television, our favorites and not-so-favorites *coughkardashdipshitscough* and more importantly who we would date if we were on a show. If you like tangents, plus thoughtful ramblings, the coveted title of 'Munchie of The Week' (MoTW) and of course, a lot of laughs, then listen here. --- Tori's Podcast - @Read Dirty To Me Tori's Instagram - @readdirtytome_pod Wavy Flower Company's Instagram - @wavy.flower.company
The Break Room (TUESDAY 12/13/22) 7am Hour Includes: 1) What would you have to see/know about a coworker that would prevent you from eating their homemade food? 2) Even though all the information we have on this story points to Tommy being wrong, he still says "not so fast, buddy!" 3) Odell Beckham Jr Watch may not officially end until the season is over.
You may be crafty and have a niche for making cool gifts, but does that mean you should give your homemade creation to family and friends this gift giving season? It depends. There are some considerations on whether your homemade gift will be well received. Links: Follow our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages! Learn more about Triangle Credit Union Transcript: Welcome to Money Tip Tuesday from the Making Money Personal podcast. Your intentions may be great, and if you want to make sure your homemade gift is well received, here are some practical considerations to think about before you spend 8 hours knitting a sweater for your aunt, who lives in Florida and suffers from chronic hot flashes: STYLE: Is your gift something the recipient would pick out for herself? This is probably the first question in the litmus test. I love to make family ornaments to give to my husband's seven siblings—the problem is some of his siblings don't have the same taste that I have. These ornaments have more a modern farmhouse theme, and one sister is a gold leaf gal who loves Italian impressionists, and her Christmas tree is decked out in gold balls. Be considerate of how these gifts may be received. If you can adapt to each one's interests, then that's best. PALATE – No, this does mean pallet furniture. This is about physical taste, as in food gifts. My best friend is a connoisseur of butter crunch and her annual gift of a tin of butter crunch is received with great anticipation and fanfare every year. If you have a special recipe and are excited about sharing the best chocolate walnut fudge recipe ever—do remember those with allergies and plan accordingly. SIZE – It's not the size of the box that matters, right? Correct. What's in the box is more important, but if your daughter lives in a 200 square foot studio, she may have to move if Dad makes her a handmade armoire. Homemade gifts are heartwarming, sentimental, and cherished. Each gift reflects the giver's time and effort…and truly, there is no higher commodity than someone's time. If you make homemade gifts, or are interested in trying something new this season, do a little discovery. What do your relatives want? What are their interests? What's trending on Pinterest, and here's a pro tip: Whatever you give, make the unboxing experience amazing! Unboxing has become a gift in and of itself so take the extra time, like you did when making the gift, to create a beautiful gift presentation. May you have a wonderful time of craft making and enjoy the season of giving! If you have any comments or ideas for additional tips, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to follow the Making Money Personal podcast page on Facebook and IG for more great content. Thank you to our sponsor, Triangle Credit Union, and to you for tuning in! Have a great day everyone!
There was a breakthrough at Morgan's parents' house yesterday, and it's very heartwarming! (See the video on IG @theqmorningshow). Bill is starting to get stressed out about the number of gifts he needs to buy this week, and teachers and/or parents call in to help him out. Also, we have some holiday travel hacks! We definitely weren't prepared for Miranda's confession on the Cleveland Confessional. Plus, we played Battle of the Burbs, why should we watch "White Lotus", and we played the Christmas SingAlong Song Challenge!
This week we play bike designer before deciding to also make our own Anoraks. We discuss why David Rebellin was such a fixture of our cycling fandom and make some wild 2024 Tdf podium predictions. Plus, roller racing. If you're in the Worcester area and fancy seeing if you can hold a candle to Major Taylor check out some roller racing. Always fun and all profits go to the Major Taylor Association. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/racing-major-taylor-a-bicycle-roller-racing-event-tickets-466573673417 An Anorak: https://road.cc/content/review/specializedfjallraven-thermo-anorak-297647?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter This podcast is supported by the generous and amazing donors to the Wide Angle Podium Network. You still have time to pick yourself up the first EVER official SRP merch at wideanglepodium.com/srp300 Find us, and other fantastic cycling podcasts on the Wide Angle Podium Network, at wideanglepodium.com! Check out the brand new WAP app available in the Apple and Android app stores! You can listen to us in a variety of ways: Find us on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or anywhere great podcasts are found. Give us a review and rating! We'd appreciate it! You can email us at email@example.com Find us on Twitter: The Show (@theslowridepod) Matt (@Matt46292097) Spencer (@spencerhaugh) Tim (@thesuperrookie)
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Most of us have no desire to buy things we don't need or keep stuffing our homes full of stuff. And folks like us don't mind rocking the boat or going against the grain in almost every area of life, so Christmas gift giving shouldn't be any different, right?If you'd like all the recipes we talk about in today's episode--and a lot more great gift ideas-- check out the little resource we put together for you that you can refer to year after year, to easily make gifts that will be used and treasured: https://prairiehomestead.memberships.msgsndr.com/offers/40bd4d5f-8ad9-4eb6-a6d0-02b21e473fc1?Grab a planner that will help you balance your busy life and still have time to spare, all while keeping all your ducks in a row (or hens, or goats...). But hurry! They are going fast! https://meet.theprairiehomestead.com/2023plannermainMy (New) Old-School Blog: www.prairiephilosophy.comHead to http://www.theprairiehomestead.com/grow to get complimentary access to my best homestead resources.Get more in-depth homestead info, printable recipes, tutorials, and more on my blog at www.theprairiehomestead.comGet Old-Fashioned on Purpose hats & shirts at www.homesteadswag.comFollow Jill on Twitter: http://twitter.com/homesteaderFollow Jill on YouTube: http://youtube.com/theprairiehomesteadFollow Jill on Instagram: http://instagram.com/jill.winger
Hi, I'm Elena Bensonoff. Welcome to the Wholistic Living Podcast. Today we are continuing our Be The Hero Of Your Health series. This series is meant to empower you with information so you can be the hero of your own health and feel your best! Today we will be talking about the deceptive marketing tactic called “Health Washing” and we will take a look at smoothies as an example. We will talk about how you can heal from the inside out by ditching sugar and I'll share my simple 5-step process for making a healthy smoothie at home! I'm so excited to share this information with you. Let's dive in! 5 Basic Steps of Healthy Smoothie Making At Home Choose a base like a nut milk or coconut milk Choose a fresh fruit or two like raspberries and blueberries Choose a fresh veggie or two - spinach blends well, avocado adds healthy fats Add a cup of ice Add 2 scoops of collagen peptides for a protein boost Benefits Here are the 5 benefits to making your smoothies at home! Homemade smoothies make it easy to avoid hidden sugars and unhealthy chemicals You can buy in-season, high-quality, local ingredients to maximize nutrition Cooking at home allows you to personalize your ingredients to suit your individual needs so you can be sure you're avoiding ingredients you're sensitive to and adding things that make you feel amazing! There are fewer temptations to choose unhealthy options at restaurants on the go, so you can channel your will power into other healthy choices You will avoid using single-use plastic cups and straws which reduces your exposure to toxins and supports the environment Sign up for my FREE MASTERCLASS: https://www.wholistic.com/inner-healer-masterclass-invite Wellness wishes, Elena Bensonoff
Today we talk about some homemade holiday gift ideas put together by the Holler Neighbors for this year. Today's Sponsor, Paul Wheaton of Wheaton Labs and Permies.com Love listening to podcasts? Check out Paul Wheaton's huge bundle of podcasts, videos, and stuff so you can learn all about permaculture from The Duke of Permaculture himself! https://permies.com/link/lftn Livestream Schedule 9:30CT Tuesday Live with Jack Spirko and John Willis, TBD LINK Friday Homestead Happenings will be at 2pm (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-dYtvlhFjo) LFTN Weekly Mail LFTN Spring Workshop Presale Dec 17 at 9am Tales from the Prepper Pantry Cow is safely in the freezer Meal plan by broken vacuum seal VakPakIt brand Vacuum Sealer Update (No longer recommend and why) Cruisin' through the canned goods (Almost out of stewed tomatoes, using green beans) Still need to do the year end resupply and the Cozi Tool I use Weekly Shopping Report from Joe There's likely to be yucky weather off and on all weekend, so we went during a pause in precipitation this afternoon (Saturday). Friday evening, however, a lot of the pumps at the Weigel's I use most often were bagged. I went to my secondary choice, and it was fine. A gallon of untainted regular had dropped to $3.999; this was at both stations. Today's first stop was Dollar Tree. The drink coolers were in better shape, but still had a lot of empty spaces. They had lots of canned goods, but we didn't see any of the lentils we've previously seen there, and the only beans were Northern White. We hadn't bought any lentils in a while, so I don't know if they've been missing for longer. The store was otherwise normally stocked. It was also busier than we've often seen it, especially for a poor-weather day. Home Depot was next. Every open area had islands with a lot of smaller items. The prices looked reasonable. We found the couple of items we wanted without difficulty. A 2x4x8 remains at $3.75. Aldi was last. We found everything on our list, including heavy cream (at least two boxes in the cooler). Stock everywhere looked good. They have more of that generically-packed chicken. Frugality Tip from Christina I find myself traveling quite a bit. Recently, I found myself on the road without good coffee (gasp!!!). Long story short - and leaving out the scary days of gas station coffee - I went to the store and bought a pack of coffee filters for $1.50 and a cheap coffee grinder. Someone could do this without the coffee grinder by also buying pre-ground coffee but I had a couple pounds of whole bean bouncing around the truck. I took out my trusty Coleman thermos, put a coffee filter in the top so it was hanging over an inch or so then filled it with coffee. I heated water and poured it through the filter. Voila! Redneck pour-over coffee. Hope this helps someone! I've learned so much from you and this community. I'm grateful to have a chance to give back. Operation Independence Turned a corner from panic minimums to progress Main topic of the Show: Homemade Holiday Gift Ideas Past episodes on this topic: https://www.livingfreeintennessee.com/2016/12/12/episode-15-five-country-holiday-gift-ideas/ https://www.livingfreeintennessee.com/2017/10/23/episode-54-five-homemade-holiday-gift-ideas/ https://www.livingfreeintennessee.com/2018/08/27/christmas-gift-ideas-emotions-winter-preparation/ https://www.livingfreeintennessee.com/2019/08/28/four-christmas-gift-ideas-to-start-now/ https://www.livingfreeintennessee.com/2020/10/21/four-homemade-gift-ideas/ Why homemade? Thoughts on the expectations surrounding gifts Declare independence from debt, but have fun gifting people Toxicity and gifts Ideas Pine shaving ornaments (Reference) Preserved lemons and decorated jar (10 lemons, ½ cup salt, water or lemon juice to pack) Clean lemons, put 2 tbsp salt in quart jar, cut lemons into a blooming onion in quarters, sprinkle with salt, pack, press, fill with liquid, seal and refrigerate) Juniper berries (Or other spices) Handmade walking stick Homemade granola (reference) Homemade tea blend in mason jar, or in a decorative bag with a tea infuser Make it a great week! GUYS! Don't forget about the cookbook, Cook With What You Have by Nicole Sauce and Mama Sauce. Community Mewe Group: https://mewe.com/join/lftn Telegram Group: https://t.me/LFTNGroup Odysee: https://odysee.com/$/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
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