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We are in a system that is sick-care based. But we need to be more than that in order to really address the root of our health challenges. Our guest in this episode found the connection between her struggles with lifelong GI issues and plant-based nutrition. Now, she is on her path to healing. Joining Corinna Bellizzi is Ashley Kitchens, RD, MPH, a nationally recognized plant-based registered dietitian and spokesperson. She founded her company, Plant Centered Nutrition, to help others transition to a plant-centered way of eating through a holistic approach and intuitive eating practices. In this conversation, she tells us her story of using plant-based eating to heal herself. Ashley also talks about the challenges women often face as they navigate the healthcare system. Follow along with Ashley and Corinna as they show the power of plants to not only heal you from health challenges but also keep you healthy. Key takeaways from this episode:· What is plant-centered and how can it support your health journey· How to have the most effective nutrient-absorption· The challenges women face with healthcare· Healthcare versus sick care· Plant-based diet recommendations Guest Social Links:Website: https://plantcenterednutrition.us Instagram: https://instagram.com/plantcenterednutrition LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashleykitchens/
Episode 155Dan started working on the farmhouse table top with breadboard ends, building a base for it, making a day bed porch swing, threw out a ton of junk from the shop, and is planning a video.Pete revamped his 3d printing shop, added a new work bench and is working on another one, unboxed and tested the Bambu X1 Carbon, shot a video around the new printer that he needs to edit, and he's excited for his vacation next week!Mike spend a few days at shaper headquarters, got a new fiber laser, got the new CNC in the shop with a vac bed and a tool changer, planning some new dust collection, redoing a bunch of stuff for events rentals, crated out a bunch of items to be shipped out.Sign up for Patreon for Early access, and special Patreon-only content:https://www.patreon.com/anotherwoodshoppodcastVoicemails:Jeremy Purified WoodworksI'm looking for some advice about buying a CNC in the future (maybe in the near future). I just fully got into custom furniture and cabinets (I was a carpenter before), and I have some big jobs coming down the pipe. Kitchens for 26 suites (mdf shaker doors). Anyways to the point, I've looked at the price for getting the Avid 4'x8' or 5'x10' about $20,000-25,000 CAD. I want to use it for all kinds of stuff from cabinet doors, slab flattening to engraving, and everything in-between. My question is, do you recommend Avid or something else? And what are some of the expenses/things to know, that come with a buying CNC? MalcolmBossa Nova WoodworksI made a joke reel, and its still blowing up a month later. Have you ever had been in that situation? And what do you do?Mark AlemsValhalla Workshop If you had to choose one of your former guests as a 4th person for a build off, who would it be?Offcuts:Michael RussielloWhen y'all are needing workholding for your cncs and you want to use the nailer, get yourself a fiber nailer. It shoots plastic nails that the cnc can plow thru and you won't f*** up your sometimes expensive bits. When you're ready to pull off your material, they'll pull right off or snap off clean. If they need any cleanup just hit it with an offcut or a chisel and it's like nothings there. Gas nailers are pretty common in construction, I've seen them mostly as framing nailers. Look up Plasode, they're legit. You can send in your question to get answered on the podcast! Record your question or comment on your phones voice memo app and email it to firstname.lastname@example.orgYou can follow us all and the podcast on Instagram and YouTube!Podcast:https://www.instagram.com/anotherwoodshoppodcast/https://www.youtube.com/anotherwoodshoppodcast https://www.etsy.com/shop/awpstore Pete:https://www.instagram.com/ptreesworkshop/ https://www.youtube.com/ptreesworkshophttps://www.etsy.com/shop/pTreesWorkShop Dan:https://www.instagram.com/danieldunlap.woodworks/ https://www.youtube.com/danieldunlap https://www.etsy.com/shop/ddwwstore Mike:Support the show
The Swedish start-up that's worked out how to use hot fumes from kitchens to heat restaurants. Hear from the entrepreneurs who've developed this new technology. They tell us how it works and how it can help restaurants lower bills and carbon emissions. However this technology is expensive for restaurant owners, especially at a time when hiring workers and buying ingredients has got a lot more costly. One small business tells us about the benefits and challenges of investing in new equipment. Producer / presenter: Maddy Savage Image: Annika Lyndfors; Credit: BBC
The Writer Files: Writing, Productivity, Creativity, and Neuroscience
New York Times bestselling author, J. Ryan Stradal, spoke to me about the unsurpassed passive aggressiveness of Midwesterners, writing about the restaurant industry during the pandemic, and his latest novel SATURDAY NIGHT AT THE LAKESIDE SUPPER CLUB. J. Ryan Stradal is the award-winning and New York Times bestselling author of Kitchens of the Great Midwest and national bestseller The Lager Queen of Minnesota, named one of the year's best books by NPR, USA Today, Booklist, and many others. His latest novel is Saturday Night at the Lakeside Supper Club, described as “... a sharp and poignant tale of a couple from two different restaurant families in rural Minnesota – one has inherited her grandparents' old-fashioned supper club, and the other is heir to a chain of homestyle diners (known for putting those supper clubs out of business).” The book was named An Amazon Best Book of April 2023. New York Times bestselling author Roxane Gay said of the novel, “This is a perfect book.” And in a starred review, Kirkus called it, “A loving ode to supper clubs, the Midwest, and the people there who try their best to make life worth living.” J. Ryan Stradal has also worked extensively in TV, story editing and producing shows for VH-1, MTV, ABC, FOX, TLC, A&E, Discovery, and History. Working primarily for Original Productions from 2008 to 2014, he was the senior story producer on “Deadliest Catch” and “Ice Road Truckers” and a supervising producer on "Storage Wars," and “Storage Wars: Texas.” [Discover The Writer Files Extra: Get 'The Writer Files' Podcast Delivered Straight to Your Inbox at writerfiles.fm] [If you're a fan of The Writer Files, please click FOLLOW to automatically see new interviews. And drop us a rating or a review wherever you listen] In this file, J. Ryan Stradal and I discussed: What it was like during the sunset of the halcyon days at MTV and VH1 Producing a popular reality TV show in the Canadian Arctic How he wrote a novel in the margins of editing Storage Wars The unique dining experience of a Midwestern supper club Why writers need to ditch perfection And a lot more! Show Notes: jryanstradal.com Saturday Night at the Lakeside Supper Club by J. Ryan Stradal (Amazon) J. Ryan Stradal Amazon Author Page J. Ryan Stradal on Instagram J. Ryan Stradal on Twitter Kelton Reid on Twitter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
April is OT Month - Check out our OT Month Digital Course Sale! harkla.co/otmonthSale ends April 30, 2023 Daniele Fallon, OTR/L is the owner and sole practitioner of Boise Outdoor OT in Boise, Idaho. Her practice provides direct, individual, outdoor occupational therapy services for young children along the Boise River and within her outdoor mud kitchen facility. In addition to providing OT services, she also runs a Mud Kitchen Kids and Loose Parts Play Enrichment group during the spring, summer, and fall to promote increased outdoor play and sensory integration. Daniele has experience working in skilled nursing facilities, teletherapy, sensory gyms, and as a contract school OT for the New York Department of Education - the largest and most diverse school system in the US. Upon moving to Boise, she became an outdoor educator at Everwild Forest School and continues to serve on their advisory committee. Daniele was contracted by Idaho AEYC to create teaching modules for early educators on the benefits of outdoor play, sensory integration in the outdoors, and how to set up a mud kitchen in early educational classrooms - in addition to presenting these topics at their professional development institutes throughout Idaho. This fall she is excited to partner with the College of Western Idaho to support incoming fieldwork I students to promote the benefits of outdoor play to future occupational therapy assistants. Daniele is the proud mother of 2 girls, loves living on the river with her husband, and has a deep love and respect for the therapeutic qualities of nature.Boise Outdoor OTDaniele's Instagram @boiseoutdoorotLooking for more in-depth help? Sign up for 2-on-1 Mentoring With Us!!We'd love to answer your questions on the podcast! Fill out this form -> https://harkla.typeform.com/to/ItWxQNP3 Brought To You By HarklaThis podcast is brought to you by Harkla. Our mission at Harkla is to help those with special needs live happy and healthy lives. We accomplish this through high-quality sensory products & child development courses.Podcast listeners get 10% off their first order at Harkla with the discount code "sensory". Head to Harkla.co/sensory to start shopping now.LinksAll Things Sensory Podcast Instagram Harkla Website Harkla YouTubeHarkla Instagram
AViD Author J. Ryan Stradal joins host Aaron Gernes on the latest episode of the DMPL Podcast. Stradal will be at the Central Library on Monday, May 1, at 7 PM for the program. During the podcast, Stradal talks about what he misses about the midwest, the Succession-esque struggles of family business, and how the first chapter in Saturday Night at the Lakeside Supper Club was inspired by emotional events that occurred in his own life. Show Notes AViD Presents: J. Ryan Stradal J. Ryan's Books Saturday Night at the Lakeside Supper Club (2023) The Lager Queen of Minnesota (2019) Kitchens of the Great Midwest (2015) J. Ryan's Suggestions: The Overstory, by Richard Powers They're Going to Love You, by Meg Howrey The Crow Valley Karaoke Championships, by Ali Bryan
On April 24, 2023, WisconsinEye’s Newsmakers with Lisa Pugh was joined by Representative Joel Kitchens (R-Sturgeon Bay) and Thomas McCarthy, Executive Director of the Office of the State Superintendent at the Department of Public Instruction for a discussion on improving literacy. Despite Wisconsin's significant partisan divide – the issue of how to teach reading to […]
In the second part of our series on the history of kitchens in America, Brenda Bryan takes a deep dive into the evolution of kitchen appliances and technology. Based on insights from the book "America's Kitchens" by Nancy Carlisle, Melinda Talbot Nasardinov, and Jennifer Pustz, Brenda explores the development of the key kitchen tools and appliances that revolutionized American kitchens, including the icebox, the gas range, the refrigerator, and the microwave. Brenda also discusses the cultural and social impact of these appliances, from the ways they changed the way we cook and eat to their role in shaping gender roles and domestic life. Tune in to learn about the fascinating history of the tools that made American kitchens what they are today.You can find "America's Kitchens" on Amazon and AbeBooksFind us @renovationmaderight on social mediawww.renovationmaderight.comwww.blackdogbuilders.comSend us your questions at email@example.com! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Our guest today, Caren Danneman, a certified kitchen and bath designer, talks to us about kitchen remodels, how to add value to your home, and make your cooking experience more enjoyable. We explore everything you need to know, from budgeting to design ideas and the best materials for the job. KEY TAKEAWAYS: What you can expect to pay for a kitchen remodel. What questions you need to ask yourself to make sure your remodel is successful and meets your needs. Learn about some wonderful kitchen and pantry storage solutions that can help maximize your space, organize your items, and make cooking and meal preparation much easier! RESOURCE LINKS: Kandrac & Kole Website Kandrac & Kole on Instagram Kandrac & Kole on YouTube Danneman Designs LLC Website Caren Danneman LinkedIn Danneman Designs LLC Facebook BIO: Kandrac & Kole was voted one of Atlanta's Top 20 Residential Interior Designs by the Atlanta Business Chronicle and has been featured on HGTV as well as in The New York Times, Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles, Better Homes & Gardens, Southern Home Magazine, and many others as well as participants of the One Room Challenge Spring 2020. Kandrac & Kole has established a well-known reputation for their approachable, dynamic personalities, signature use of color and pattern, and one-of-a-kind, custom designs. As industry experts for residential and commercial design, Joann Kandrac & Kelly Kole share upbeat and entertaining narratives regarding their design projects, travels, and personal stories on their popular blog, their podcast, and via national speaking engagements. Joann and Kelly's love and commitment to the power of interior design also extends towards their charity work throughout the U.S. and Guatemala. Caren Danneman is a Certified Kitchen & Bath Designer with over 20 years of experience. She is a winner of a NARI CotY Award for Baths in 2015. She has written many articles on Kitchen and Bath Trends and sat as a Judge for The Bath of the Year for Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles 2015 edition. Although Caren specializes in Kitchens and Baths, she also creates home offices, unique laundry rooms and special built-ins. The Danneman Design team includes other designers around Atlanta and a group of contractors with whom to partner with to bring the designs to life! SPONSOR: We are honored today to be sponsored by Design KC, Kansas City's inspirational and resourceful luxury home publication. As a consumer and trade journal of the most exceptional architecture, custom and remodeled homes, interior projects, and outdoor living, they strive to show readers how to live their best life – no matter where they choose to live. You can find the latest issue of this oversized publication on newsstands and high-end showrooms in Kansas City, and you can read the publication online at mydesignkc.com. There you can browse hundreds of articles and videos with design ideas for your next home project. Flip through their digital editions, sign up for their newsletter, or follow them on Instagram at designkc_magazine. If you would like to subscribe online, use code LOVEDESIGN1 to receive 1 year (5 issues) for only $10 or code LOVEDESIGN2 for a 2-year subscription (10 issues). When perusing the digital version, check out the video showing the 2023 Design KC Award Recipients. Kelly and I had the privilege of evaluating and selecting the best entries in this competition. DesignKC Website
This episode is heavily inspired by this youtube video by Eddy Burback. In it, Eddy does some investigating to reveal some major scamming going on by large corporations by taking advantage of the ghost kitchen business model. Listen in as we discuss these deceptive tactics, how this is bad for consumers, employees, and small businesses, and some tips on how you can spot these types of scams in your own area. For more on ghost kitchens, check out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KkIkymh5Ayg https://www.businessinsider.com/uber-eats-cracks-down-on-virtual-restaurant-delivery-brands-2023-3?utm_source=substack&utm_medium=email https://techcrunch.com/2022/09/22/cloud-kitchen-startup-cloudeats-raises-more-capital-to-fuel-its-southeast-asia-expansion/ https://www.cuboh.com/blog/6-celebrity-ghost-kitchens-making-waves-in-the-food-industry https://www.forbes.com/sites/alywalansky/2021/02/20/celebrity-ghost-kitchens-may-be-this-years-hottest-dining-trend/?sh=e07740957fc6 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CloudKitchens https://www.consumerreports.org/food-delivery-services/ghost-kitchens-and-food-delivery-services-a3533667722/ https://www.cuboh.com/blog/which-delivery-companies-are-making-their-own-ghost-kitchens https://www.mashed.com/426156/the-dark-truth-about-ghost-kitchens/ https://www.businessinsider.com/virtual-restaurant-ghost-kitchen-doordash-grubhub-uber-eats-2022-12 — GROW UP podcast is edited & produced by @ktfaithful Hosted by @gr333n.tea and @jac_gemini WEB: grwuppod.com IG: @grwup.pod TIKTOK: @grwup.pod EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/growup/message Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/grwup/message
Around the US, cities are passing laws to phase fossil gas out of buildings. But the culinary industry is pushing back, saying that gas bans hurt chefs and restaurant owners. This week, the California Restaurant Association successfully won a lawsuit challenging Berkeley's pioneering gas ban. Chris Galarza is on a mission to show chefs that industrial induction cooking is far superior to gas. He's the founder of Forward Dining Solutions, a company focused on kitchen electrification. Chris is also the head chef at Chatham University's Eden Hall campus, where all cooking is electric. Journalist Miles O'Brien interviewed Chef Galarza as part of his new NOVA documentary airing this month, called Chasing Carbon Zero. This week: the story of one chef's quest to bring induction cooking to commercial and industrial kitchens around the country. We talk with Miles about what he found in that electric kitchen at Chatham University – and why Chef Galarza thinks induction will soon dominate, even with challenges from the restaurant lobby. In the second half of the episode, we'll talk about the bigger shifts in broadcast journalism around telling the climate story. Miles is the science correspondent at the PBS NewsHour and a former CNN anchor who has shifted his journalistic focus toward climate solutions. Can TV news rise to the challenge? The Carbon Copy is supported by FischTank PR, a public relations, strategic messaging, and social media agency dedicated to elevating the work of climate and clean energy companies. Learn more about FischTank's approach to cleantech and their services: fischtankpr.com. The Carbon Copy is brought to you by Sungrow. Now in more than 150 countries, Sungrow's solutions include inverters for utility-scale, commercial & industrial solar, plus energy storage systems. Learn more at us.sungrowpower.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
SHOW NOTES:3:00 – deciding to be a teacher when in middle school4:10 – as a teenage dad, deciding to be a good father6:00 – your support system is your true family6:40 – fairness, love, respect – Hightower family and blood family7:50 – homeless, couch surfing, and fourteen schools8:20 – road to success is very hard8:35 – choices, decisions, and consequences – life!9:45 – June 2, 2017 – everything changes10:45 – delivering newspapers for the AJC, seven days a week, eleven years11:40 – Be More! – be a teacher12:45 – managing priorities – keep the main thing the main thing 13:25 – if you want to gain, you have to take some things away14:40 – if you bring work home, home can become work16:30 – doing something for myself, for the first time17:00 – this is meant for me because it's happening to me17:30 – I never thought I would be on anyone's podcast17:50 – meet your blessing halfway19:40 – Mr. Ron Kitchens20:20 – students, technology, and physical activity21:45 – favorite sports23:15 – involving all students in physical education – opportunities to learn and lead24:45 – stamina – custodian and PE teacher25:30 – communicating with students- providing guidance and encouragement26:15 – anything you set your mind to, you can do it26:25 – if you want good, you can have good26:45 – minimal surprises, but with kindergarten…27:45 – seeing growth and development of students28:30- teaching or learning, which is most important?29:10 – great teachers listen and learn29:50 – other teachers – Ms. Stanford, Ms. Sherwood, Ms. Ware, Ms. Peeples, Ms. Dumars, Ms. Wilson31:20 – if you want something, go after it32:00 – thanks for listening to my storyLinks:DeKalb County SchoolsHightower ElementaryBriar Vista ElementaryIndian Creek ElementaryGSU PETE (Physical Education Teacher Education) departmentGood Morning America – ABC newsSteve on Watch (show, Steve Harvey)Story by Reese WatersProfessional Association of Georgia EducatorsDavid's LinkedIn pagePodcast cover art is a view from Brunnkogel (mountaintop) over the mountains of the Salzkammergut in Austria, courtesy of photographer Simon Berger, published on www.unsplash.com.Music for Lead. Learn. Change. is Sweet Adrenaline by Delicate Beats
J. Ryan Stradal is the bestselling author of the novel Saturday Night at the Lakeside Supper Club, available from Viking / Pamela Dorman Books. Stradal is the author of New York Times bestseller Kitchens of the Great Midwest and national bestseller The Lager Queen of Minnesota. His writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, Granta, The Rumpus, and the Los Angeles Review of Books. His debut, Kitchens of the Great Midwest, won the American Booksellers Association Indies Choice Award for Adult Debut Book of the Year. Born and raised in Minnesota, he now lives in California with his family. *** Otherppl with Brad Listi is a weekly literary podcast featuring in-depth interviews with today's leading writers. Launched in 2011. Books. Literature. Writing. Publishing. Authors. Screenwriters. Etc. Available where podcasts are available: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, iHeart Radio, etc. Subscribe to Brad Listi's email newsletter. Support the show on Patreon Merch @otherppl Instagram YouTube TikTok Email the show: letters [at] otherppl [dot] com The podcast is a proud affiliate partner of Bookshop, working to support local, independent bookstores. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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This week, Steve picked a set of both Hell songs and Heaven songs, and they are all great. These are the artists in this show: INXS, Alice Cooper, Kitchens of Distinction, Eels, No Doubt, American Heartbreak, The Mighty Lemon Drops, Mary's First, ZZ Top, Best Coast, Trooper, Beck, Frank Sinatra. On the Air on Bedford 105.1 FM Radio *** 5pm Friday *** *** 10am Sunday *** *** 8pm Monday *** Stream live at http://188.8.131.52:8178/stream Stream on-demand most recent episodes at https://wbnh1051.podbean.com/category/suburban-underground/ And available on demand on your favorite podcast app! Twitter: @SUBedford1051 *** Facebook: SuburbanUndergroundRadio *** Instagram: SuburbanUnderground *** #newwave #altrock #alternativerock #punkrock #indierock
Humans With Hans - A Look Into Relationships
On this episode of Humans With Hans I sit down with Erin Kitchens Wong as she shares about her marriage and learning to love while not compromising her values.
Window Treatments for Profit with LuAnn Nigara
Today With Lori Carpenter: Welcome to Window Treatments for Profit. Today I'm joined by someone who understands what it's like to run her business herself from the ground up—my friend Lori Carpenter. I always knew Lori was tenacious and driven. What I didn't realize is that she has handled her own window treatment installs herself. Her journey in her business is incredible, and we all have a lot to learn from her about the value of learning, resilience, and commitment. Pick It Apart [2:38] Lori shares how she's managed to run her business herself with just occasional contracting and minimal help. [10:20] Lori discusses how she has built a thriving business in a small, rural community. [15:12] LuAnn and Lori discuss the value of education and learning in business. [23:23] LuAnn and Lori talk about IWCE and how valuable it can be. [30:00] LuAnn and Lori highlight how knowledge can change the way you show up and prevent pushback on pricing. LuAnn Nigara and Lori Carpenter's Ah-Ha Moments “Had I not gone to the custom home furnishings academy, I don't know what would have happened. That was the turning point for me. After that, I didn't shy away from anything.” - Lori Carpenter “It drives me crazy that consumers will ask about what the designers pay for window treatments, and even crazier that designers will answer the question.” - LuAnn Nigara More About Lori Carpenter: Lori Carpenter is an award-winning, full-service interior design professional known for her outstanding service to homeowners in Arkansas and southern Missouri. The winner of a Houzz Service Award, Lori provides everything from project management and space planning to window treatments and furniture selection. Kitchens and baths are among her areas of expertise. She has worked with hundreds of busy homeowners and has served some of her best clients from the outset of her 20-plus-year career, often designing their primary residences and then their vacation homes. Lori specializes in creating unique, customized interiors, and clients use words like “incredible” to describe her, and they praise her “multitude of talents for home design.” “My goal is to provide a ‘WOW!' factor in every project,” said Lori. “Clients want and deserve something different, personalized and individualized to them. That's what I create.” Her company started as The Grapevine Home, a retail storefront with gifts, decorative accessories, and furniture in the mid-nineties. She closed the retail side of her business to focus on Interior Design in 2016 and rebranded to Lori Carpenter Designs. Lori now offers the only custom design showroom in North Central Arkansas and carries the finest furniture, fabrics, window fashions, accessories, and much more. A North Central Arkansas native, Lori has a vast network of vendors and suppliers. Her “above and beyond” service extends to provide resources for her clients – and an exceptional level of attention to detail and customer care before, during, and after each project. Helping to implement the company's complete design services is a team of some of the region's foremost contractors, painters, electricians, flooring experts, kitchen and bath specialists, and other professionals. She is a member of the Interior Design Society, serving as President for the Arkansas Chapter, and was designated as an expert Window Fashion Certified Professional by WF-Vision Magazine, where she was also a board member. She is also a member of the National Kitchen and Bath Association, Window Covering Association of America, and Ethos Design Collective, one of the industry's vetted luxury designers. Connect with Lori Carpenter Website Instagram Facebook What's new with LuAnn Nigara luannuniversity.com http://www.luannnigara.com/cob Get The Goodies! For checklists, resources, and extra goodies from A Well-Designed Business sign up for free here. To Get on LuAnn's Email List, text the word designbiz to 444999! Purchase LuAnn's Books Here: Book 1: The Making of A Well – Designed Business: Turn Inspiration into Action Audiobook: The Making of A Well – Designed Business: Turn Inspiration into Action Book 2: A Well-Designed Business – The Power Talk Friday Experts Pre-Order Book 3: A Well-Designed Business – The Power Talk Friday Experts Volume 2 Connect with LuAnn Nigara LuAnn's Website LuAnn's Blog Power Talk Friday Like Us: Facebook | Tweet Us: Twitter | Follow Us: Instagram | Listen Here: Podcast Other Shows Mentioned: #134: Deb Barrett: Why Textiles Matter
In the first of two episodes on the history of kitchens in America, Brenda Bryan takes us on a journey through the evolution of the American kitchen from the colonial period to the mid-20th century. Drawing on insights from the book "America's Kitchens" by Nancy Carlisle, Melinda Talbot Nasardinov, and Jennifer Pustz, Brenda illuminates the cultural, technological, and social factors that shaped the American kitchen over time. From the humble hearth of colonial times to the modern appliances of the mid-century, this episode offers a fascinating glimpse into the history of one of the most important rooms in the house.You can find "America's Kitchens" on Amazon and AbeBooksFind us @renovationmaderight on social mediawww.renovationmaderight.comwww.blackdogbuilders.comSend us your questions at email@example.com! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome to the Spring 2023 Book Preview with Catherine of Gilmore Guide to Books! In this episode, Catherine and I share 12 of our most anticipated books releasing in April and May. This post contains affiliate links through which I make a small commission when you make a purchase (at no cost to you!). Announcement I've got BIG NEWS! If you've been interested in joining our Patreon Community, but have yet to sign up — a 30-day free trial starts today! This is for new patrons only and sign-up continues for the next 7 days. Hurry and check out my Patreon page for more information! One of the many benefits to joining our Patreon Community is that you get access to several bonus podcast episode series, including Book Preview Extras! In these episodes, Catherine and I share at least 4 bonus books we are excited about that we did not share in the big show preview episode. Get more details about all the goodies available to all patrons (Stars and Superstars) and sign up here! Highlights We have some debut authors and a few sophomore novels — one 14 years in the making! Catherine's picks are still leaning more literary, including getting herself into a 700+ page book! Sarah's spring has a variety of genres and micro genres. Two books Sarah has already read and loved from spring selections. Plus, their #1 picks for spring. Spring 2023 Book Preview [5:19] April Sarah's Picks: The One by Julia Argy (April 18) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [8:01] Symphony of Secrets by Brendan Slocumb (April 18) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [14:00] The Fitful Sleep of Immigrants by Orlando Ortega-Medina (April 18) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [22:08] If We're Being Honest by Cat Shook (April 18) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [26:00] Catherine's Picks: Saturday Night at the Lakeside Supper Club by J. Ryan Stradal (April 18) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [10:43] The Skin and Its Girl by Sarah Cypher (April 25) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [18:48] Searching for Savanna by Mona Gable (April 25) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [24:08] May Sarah's Picks: Late Bloomers by Deepa Varadarajan (May 2) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [32:35] The Marriage Act by John Marrs (May 2) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [39:22] Catherine's Picks: The Covenant of Water by Abraham Verghese (May 2) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [28:52] Dances by Nicole Cuffy (May 16) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [36:56] The Celebrants by Steven Rowley (May 30) | Amazon | Bookshop.org [44:16] Other Books Mentioned The One by John Marrs [8:32] One to Watch by Kate Stayman-London [10:17] The Charm Offensive by Alison Cochrun [10:27] Kitchens of the Great Midwest by J. Ryan Stradal [10:59] The Lager Queen of Minnesota by J. Ryan Stradal [12:52] The Violin Conspiracy by Brendan Slocumb [14:32] The Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris [21:46] All That Is Mine I Carry With Me by William Landay [22:17] Killers of the Flower Moon by David Grann [25:25] Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid [27:14] This Is Where I Leave You by Jonathan Tropper [28:14] Cutting for Stone by Abraham Verghese [30:59] A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara [31:48] Watergate by Garrett M. Graff [31:58] Fleishman Is in Trouble by Taffy Brodesser-Akner [34:23] The Passengers by John Marrs [41:19] Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell [43:17] The Guncle by Steven Rowley [46:18] The Editor by Steven Rowley [46:32]
Dark kitchens are the multi-block commercial units allowing virtual brands and events companies to prepare and deliver food. They've got a mysterious reputation, sometimes also called ghost kitchens, so The Food Chain wanted to see how they have expanded since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. In this episode, presenter Rick Kelsey speaks to chefs who buy a place in them, and to the owners who build them. Gini and Eccie Newton run Karma Kitchen, one of the fastest growing dark kitchens in Europe. They describe how much it costs to move in, how the model has changed, and respond to the restrictions put in by local governments on the kitchens in Barcelona, France and the Netherlands. Peter Cook is someone who knows the owners of the biggest dark kitchens in the world. He has recently returned from Amsterdam where he ran the Ghost Kitchen conference, and explains how PR around the kitchens is improving as they become more open spaces. And Yousif Kurdi runs Your Kitchen across the Netherlands, including in Amsterdam. He tells Rick how working with the locals is always good for business. (Picture: A woman packing a paper delivery bag. Credit: Getty Images/BBC) Presented and produced by Rick Kelsey
In this episode, The Dallas Morning News food team discusses the many different terms for ghost kitchens, and why diners are still trying to figure them out. Then they chat about the restaurant boom in Richardson, and how the city is drawing top talent from Dallas. Still hungry? Stick around for a dive into traditional Mexican foods for Lent. (One even involves sprinkles.)
In this excerpt, The Dallas Morning News team discusses the many different terms for ghost kitchens, and why diners are still trying to figure them out. Listen to the full episode and follow the show by searching for “Eat Drink D-FW” in your favorite podcast player.
Bradley Tusk worked for years in government, then he struck out on his own and made a lot of money through his firm Tusk Ventures helping companies like Uber and FanDuel navigate government regulation. On the Gist today, he explains how he leverages his expertise as a lobbyist and fixer to give soup kitchen and anti-hunger advocates the kind of muscle they need. Plus, Janet Yellen moves markets by stating obvious truths. And Stanford grapples with the heckler's veto. This episode also features an extended interview AND an extended spiel for subscribers to PescaPlus. To become a subscriber: Subscribe.mikepesca.com Produced by Joel Patterson and Corey Wara Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org To advertise on the show, visit: https://advertisecast.com/TheGist Subscribe to The Gist Subscribe: https://subscribe.mikepesca.com/ Follow Mikes Substack at: Pesca Profundities | Mike Pesca | Substack Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Food entrepreneurs shoulder massive financial risks. Many seek out experts to work with for guidance and support. Former 5-star pastry chef, Cassity Jones, the COO of Frontier Kitchens, has a new mission: guide the new generation of food stars to get established in the business of food and launched into retail, foodservice or DTC. Cassity joins me to discuss the newest food trends and pitfalls entrepreneurs must avoid if they are to beat the odds. origin story Frontier Kitchen - food business accelerator / university rising stars - Rice Culture & Go Oats (As Seen on Shark Tank) Pitfalls Financial acumen, cost control, too rigid, lack of support, can't handle success Trends Season 3, Episode 13 Frontier Kitchen Connect with Cassity Jones Connect with Brenda Cromer Connect with Tony Sampling is the best effective way to boost sales and expand your brand! You wouldn't only give a prospect a spec sheet! Let the marketplace SAMPLE your BRAND! Here is a NOVEL approach to ATTRACT people (DEMO) About me and my mission and the podcast: Are you looking for a fun and light-hearted podcast to discover unique brands and learn about the people and strategies successful companies are implementing in the CPG and Food and Beverage Industry? The brands featured here take us into the world of innovation, sustainability, good for you, lifestyle, QSR, Foodservice, Distribution, DTC, Club, and more. I am a fun-loving business leader, podcaster, husband, dad, cyclist, and Convention of States volunteer in my spare time. My mission is to discover the people and ideas behind these different, better, and special companies. My skills are in leadership, talent acquisition strategies, corporate hiring, sales, entrepreneurship, and backseat driving. I created a novel 6-week candidate attraction program talent acquisition that engages the 70% of the workforce not actively applying for jobs. See the DEMO. Say goodbye to traditional! Contact me: Tony@timpl.com Follow me on LinkedIn: Different, Better, Special Brands Join Our Community Music from Uppbeat and ZapSplat https://uppbeat.io/t/soundroll/get-the-funk-in License code: SF3WUKBUJQULFHXE
On today's show, Dean talks about outdoor kitchens with his special in-studio guest John Freitas from WDC Kitchen and Bath Center! Dean also takes calls and answers questions about homes.
On today's show, Dean talks about outdoor kitchens with his special in-studio guest John Freitas from WDC Kitchen and Bath Center! Dean also takes calls and answers questions about homes.
On today's show, Dean talks about outdoor kitchens with his special in-studio guest John Freitas from WDC Kitchen and Bath Center! Dean also takes calls and answers questions about homes.
On today's show, Dean covers everything about outdoor kitchens! He also takes calls and answers questions about your home.
On today's show, Dean covers everything about outdoor kitchens! He also takes calls and answers questions about your home.
LAUSD teachers strike // Dean Sharp – Outdoor kitchens // Caltrans will cover up to $10K in pothole damage / Honda Recalls / Man finds big 3.5 carat diamond in park / Uber & Lyft drivers stay independent contractors // LAUSD 3 day strike starts march 21st / Mo Kelly
What is the future of third-party delivery? How about virtual brands or ghost kitchens? In this week's episode of the Restaurant Business podcast A Deeper Dive, Senior Editor Joe Guszkowski joins me to talk about the state of some of the biggest trends during the pandemic. We talk about delivery. Some data is suggesting that third-party delivery demand is growing. But other data suggests the opposite. We try to get at the real story. We also talk about virtual brands and what the future of those concepts. And we get into a discussion on ghost kitchens in light of Wendy's pulling back on its deal to open in some 700 Reef Kitchens locations. Meanwhile, three things I'm thinking about right now.
“House Party” is the official Realtor.com® podcast about the overlapping worlds of home and pop culture, hosted by Rachel Stults and Natalie Way. Click the player above to hear our take on this week's hot topics. We're all in on season four of "Rock the Block," the home renovation competition that pits teams of HGTV stars against one another to build a house from scratch and add as much value to the property as possible. This time around, the showdown takes place in the idyllic mountain town of Berthoud, CO, and the designers are tasked with overhauling 5,000-square-foot mansions using a budget of $250,000. It's "Rock the Block": luxury edition, and we couldn't be more excited to recap the season and watch the drama unfold. This week is technically kitchens week, but the designers are also tasked with renovating the dining room, pantry, and mudroom. On top of that, host Ty Pennington sends the HGTV stars on a hot air balloon design challenge that takes the competition to new heights. Jenny and Dave Marrs, stars of "Fixer to Fabulous," are brought in to judge the final designs and choose a winning team based on their decision to build not one but two kitchens. Which design duo comes out on top? We discuss it all on this week's episode of "House Party." Watch "Rock the Block" on HGTV or Discovery+ Be sure to subscribe to “House Party” on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts so you have access to new episodes right when they publish. And please: Throw us a five-star rating if you like what you hear. The more good ratings and reviews we have, the easier it is for people to find us. Want to chime in? Email us at email@example.com, follow us on Facebook and Instagram, or tweet us @housepartypod on Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this edition, Jenn and Alicia discuss how finishing your dishes can help achieve balance, all kinds of leftover hacks, and a peek at our new mini-series.Esculentè is a behind-the-scenes conversation podcast hosted by Jenn de la Vega and research producer Alicia Book. For every three culinary words, Jenn and Alicia discuss material from the cutting room floor in a series of bonus episodes. They answer listener questions and dive deep into the words as well as the humanity behind them.Hosted by Jenn de la Vega and Alicia Book.Knife logo by pixel artist Rachelle ViolaLinksBuy our knife sticker!Suggest a wordSupport the show on Patreon!Captioned video versions on Youtube Share this show with your friends Follow CulinaryWoTD on Twitter
In this episode of Power Women In Insurance, Teresa Kitchens sits down with Kaleigh Kitchens, Sales Executive at Sterling Insurance Group. Kaleigh and Teresa have a series chronicling her first year in the insurance industry. She was licensed in Feb 2022 and she is at the halfway point of her State Auto Commercial Training Program. They discuss her struggles, the challenges of working with family, and the experience of being a remote producer in a virtual agency. Episode Highlights: Kaleigh shares the highlights of her first year in the insurance industry. (2:55) Kaleigh mentions that each generation handles relationships, especially business relationships, differently, and adapting that in her role has been interesting. (5:06) Kaleigh shares her strategy for handling everything she had to accomplish for her CLCS exam, as well as how she digests all of the information, knowledge, and particularly the insurance terminology. (8:28) Kaleigh believes that the Auto State program has significantly helped her in building confidence and in her ability to communicate with a business owner. (11:54) Kaleigh explains that schedule blocking has helped her become more comfortable with her personal and professional schedules, allowing her to be more productive while working remotely for the agency. (20:14) Kaleigh discusses the most difficult aspect of her first year in the industry and how she dealt with it. (31:27) Kaleigh explains that understanding what keeps the client up at night is important because it lets you get out of your own way and have a good conversation with clients. (35:31) Kaleigh mentions that now that she's halfway through the State Auto program, she's thrilled to go more into marketing, the Chamber of Commerce, a little bit more outsourcing, and connecting with more young professionals in Denver. (40:14) Kaleigh discusses her most recent challenge and how having an icebreaker that isn't related to commercial insurance to first bring up with a business owner that adds value to them has been a game changer. (44:40) Kaleigh believes that the most significant developments in business right now are a wave of casualty, comfort, and a more natural relationship rather than the stereotypical suit and tie. (48:59) Kaleigh discusses the moment she made her first solid sale and how she felt about it. (51:18) Kaleigh discusses the importance of getting yourself ready and prepared for the day. (55:10) Key Quotes: “I'm not going to say I'm perfect. I'm not going to say I'm all-knowing by any means. I know probably 10% of each industry. But I wouldn't even know that 10% if it weren't for those steps that the state Auto Program put me through.” - Kaleigh Kitchens, CLCS “The industry itself is really robust and the fact that commercial lines specifically is working with countless other industries that you need to know the specialties of, and the ins and outs of in order to be a good agent for your client has forced me to be on top of my feet and to be aware of my surroundings and to take information in wherever I can.” - Kaleigh Kitchens, CLCS “Since I was virtual since I am also working with two different CRM systems through State Auto program and through Sterling, I feel like it just took me a while to get my butt into shape, just organize myself and figure out how to do so. And now that I figured that out, on top of the confidence of believing in myself, I feel like the possibilities are going to be limitless.” - Kaleigh Kitchens, CLCS Resources Mentioned: Kaleigh Kitchens, CLCS LinkedIn Contact Teresa Kitchens Sterling Insurance Group
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A Little About Tony Kitchens:Tony Kitchens is a speaker, author, and entrepreneur who has experienced highs and lows in both his personal life and his business. He believes that everyone can change their perspective on fear, pain, and current circumstances and use them as fuel to create a fantastic life. Tony is the author of a book entitled “The Gift of Pain”, an entrepreneur and philanthropist. The companies Tony founded have generated more than $100 million in revenue and serviced the largest multinational corporations in the world. Tony is on a mission to help as many people worldwide through the wisdom he shares using his various platforms.Connect with Tony Kitchens: WebsiteInstagramYouTubeConnect with your host, JP:TwitterInstagramFacebookWebsiteShow:LinkedInEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 1-833-890-8878THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSOR:Conduct Law
To achieve success in the real estate industry, it's important to stay disciplined and committed to doing the daily work. This means solving problems, building genuine relationships, and doing the work. By engaging in activities that keep you grounded and reset, you can maintain the discipline needed to achieve success. Building discipline in these areas will help you get the small wins that build your confidence over time. Remember that our subconscious is wired to avoid pain and gain pleasure. So sometimes it might try to trick us into not doing something difficult. To overcome this, you must make decisions that align with your goals and stay committed to activities that move you forward. Remember, it's the small wins that build your confidence over time. So, stay focused on creating value, building relationships, and doing the daily work that will help you achieve your goals. What Can Help You: Sunday Planning 168 - 168 is the number of hours each of us has every week to live the life we deserve. Get our Sunday Planning 168 framework to establish the right mindset for the week to let you do what the best in the world you're at! My Growth Score - For a business to thrive, create an effective plan that propels it to move forward. Yet, creating a solid strategy requires you to identify your growth constraints. What is preventing your business from growing? Take our 5-minute Growth Score Assessment and discover which of the 8 xXelerated Growth Factors could hold your business back. Book A Discovery Call - As a leader, you want to have strategies that help your business grow fast. You also want to build a strong team and make big changes that will give you freedom. We want to help get you to where you want to be. John Kitchens is the most sought-after systems and processes coach for real estate agents that want to build a business. Book a call with John Kitchens and transform your business and life! See our best stuff on social: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/johnkitchenscoach/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/johnkitchenscoach YouTube: https://youtube.com/johnkitchenscoach LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/johnkitchenscoach
Unlock your success by overcoming challenges and getting the best strategies on agent attraction in today's episode of Honey Badger Agent Attraction Q&A Call with John Kitchens, Albie Stasek, and Jay Kinder. Agent attraction is finding people who are committed and helping them grow in the real estate industry. As leaders, we want everyone to succeed, but we have to recognize that not everyone is ready to put in the effort required to achieve success. Instead, it is important to focus on those who show up and prove a genuine interest in developing their skills. By investing time and resources with the right people, they can create a culture of excellence that benefits everyone. As a leader in the real estate industry, it's important to apply the knowledge learned about agent attraction and building a strong team. One key aspect of this is shortening the gap between education and execution. Learning is essential, but it's equally important to apply that knowledge in real-world situations. This means practicing skills, assessing the results, and making modifications as needed. By doing the work, leaders can build confidence and drive success for themselves and their teams. Remember, we live, we learn, we make changes, and we lift each other up along the way. What Can Help You: Sunday Planning 168 - 168 is the number of hours each of us has every week to live the life we deserve. Get our Sunday Planning 168 framework to establish the right mindset for the week to let you do what the best in the world you're at! My Growth Score - For a business to thrive, create an effective plan that propels it to move forward. Yet, creating a solid strategy requires you to identify your growth constraints. What is preventing your business from growing? Take our 5-minute Growth Score Assessment and discover which of the 8 xXelerated Growth Factors could hold your business back. Book A Discovery Call - As a leader, you want to have strategies that help your business grow fast. You also want to build a strong team and make big changes that will give you freedom. We want to help get you to where you want to be. John Kitchens is the most sought-after systems and processes coach for real estate agents that want to build a business. Book a call with John Kitchens and transform your business and life! See our best stuff on social: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/johnkitchenscoach/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/johnkitchenscoach YouTube: https://youtube.com/johnkitchenscoach LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/johnkitchenscoach
The Greer family kitchen is headquarters to a group which is no stranger to dealing with hard times in rural communities. The Collective Hug, sparked by Hawkes Bay's 2020 drought, is on fire again - cooking and stockpiling meals for those affected by the cyclone. They'll need to be sustained during the tiring months ahead.
If your business is not where you want it to be, it's because you're not where you need to be... In this episode of Times Square Today with Nick Nanton, I shared the importance of consistency in being a leader in the real estate market. One of the critical factors to thrive in this field is to maintain a level of consistency in your daily activities. Leaders show up, are accountable, and don't give up. Remember, you can only lead and coach other people by starting with yourself. If you aim to build a disciplined habit, start with your thinking. Because biggest constraint and reason why we don't reach our full potential is the limiting beliefs we tell ourselves. Change your mindset by consuming content that leads to your goal, joining communities with the same passion and dedication, and putting yourself in an environment that brings out the best of your abilities. Tune in to learn more about how to become an effective leader and achieve your goals in this competitive market! What Can Help You: Sunday Planning 168 - 168 is the number of hours each of us has every week to live the life we deserve. Get our Sunday Planning 168 framework to establish the right mindset for the week to let you do what the best in the world you're at! My Growth Score - For a business to thrive, create an effective plan that propels it to move forward. Yet, creating a solid strategy requires you to identify your growth constraints. What is preventing your business from growing? Take our 5-minute Growth Score Assessment and discover which of the 8 xXelerated Growth Factors could hold your business back. Book A Discovery Call - As a leader, you want to have strategies that help your business grow fast. You also want to build a strong team and make big changes that will give you freedom. We want to help get you to where you want to be. John Kitchens is the most sought-after systems and processes coach for real estate agents that want to build a business. Book a call with John Kitchens and transform your business and life! See our best stuff on social: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/johnkitchenscoach/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/johnkitchenscoach YouTube: https://youtube.com/johnkitchenscoach LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/johnkitchenscoach
“To overcome fear is the quickest way to gain your self-confidence.”―Roy T. Bennett The values that keep us performing to the highest version of ourselves are those aligned with our core beliefs and principles. When we take action based on these values, we experience a sense of fulfillment with the outcome. This, in turn, builds the confidence that keeps us in the right direction. After all, the feeling of confidence is the byproduct of the actions you make. But what if you want to take action but are too afraid to do so? Fear is a common experience for many real estate agents who are operating in a high-pressure, competitive industry. This keeps you in survival instincts and in fight or flight mode. If you want to overcome this challenge, invest in yourself! How? Tune in to learn more about the things to focus on that uncover and address barriers in your business and life. Build confidence through your compounding wins and watch how your business soars to new heights! What Can Help You: Sunday Planning 168 - 168 is the number of hours each of us has every week to live the life we deserve. Get our Sunday Planning 168 framework to establish the right mindset for the week to let you do what the best in the world you're at! My Growth Score - For a business to thrive, create an effective plan that propels it to move forward. Yet, creating a solid strategy requires you to identify your growth constraints. What is preventing your business from growing? Take our 5-minute Growth Score Assessment and discover which of the 8 xXelerated Growth Factors could hold your business back. Book A Discovery Call - As a leader, you want to have strategies that help your business grow fast. You also want to build a strong team and make big changes that will give you freedom. We want to help get you to where you want to be. John Kitchens is the most sought-after systems and processes coach for real estate agents that want to build a business. Book a call with John Kitchens and transform your business and life! See our best stuff on social: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/johnkitchenscoach/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/johnkitchenscoach YouTube: https://youtube.com/johnkitchenscoach LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/johnkitchenscoach
Tony Kitchens is a speaker, author, and entrepreneur who has experienced highs and lows in both his personal life and his business. He believes that everyone can change their perspective on fear, pain, and current circumstances and use them as fuel to create an amazing life. Tony is the author of a book entitled “The Gift of Pain.” The companies Tony founded have generated more than $100 million in revenue and serviced the largest multinational corporations in the world. He's on a mission to help as many people around the world through the wisdom he shares using his various platforms. Listen in as Tony and Alex discuss: The Gift of Pain – Consider what you can become because of it. Personal Growth - Step outside your comfort zone in order to grow, learn and evolve into the best version of yourself. Resilience - Every day is a new opportunity to start over Connect with Tony: Website: https://www.tonyrkitchens.com/ YouTube: youtube.com/@tonykitchens LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tony-r-kitchens-466778209/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tonyrkitchens/ Get Alex's book, THE PODCAST OPTION--NOW IN PAPERBACK: https://amzn.to/3gOCYLj Listen to our entire library of episodes and more on the show website: PRAfterHours.com. Drop a buck in the tip jar here. Announcer: Mary McKenna. PR After Hours Theme: https://filmmusic.io "Bossa Antigua" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC. Sound effects. This PR After Hours Podcast episode was recorded and mixed at Green Shebeen Studios in beautiful Kansas City, Missouri. Copyright 2023, all rights reserved. No reproduction, excerpting, or other use without written permission. As an Amazon Associate, we earn a small commission on some of our Amazon links. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/alex-greenwood1/message
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Mother and daughter Alice Randall and Caroline Randall Williams tell us what studying the cooking of four generations of women in their family has taught them about the origins of soul food. Plus, we speak with international bagel consultant Beth George; Dan Pashman explores cold-weather cocktails; and we make pesto out of lemon zest, not basil. (Originally aired on February 19th, 2021.)Get this week's recipe for Spaghetti with Lemon Pesto here.We want to hear your culinary tips! Share your cooking hacks, secret ingredients or unexpected techniques with us for a chance to hear yourself on Milk Street Radio! Here's how: https://www.177milkstreet.com/radiotipsListen to Milk Street Radio on: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spotify. This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/milk and get on your way to being your best self.To get started with your private investing journey, head to www.linqto.com/milkstreet and create your account. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We have our cars checked and get a physical at least once a year to make sure there are no issues. Spoiler alert: We spend 90% of our time in our homes. So, why don't we treat our homes like we treat our cars? The most common places I see issues in kitchens are: Sinks Dishwasher leaks Refrigerator leaks But on today's episode of #moldfinders: RADIO, I'm here to tell you there are simple and easy ways to prevent these problems from happening in the first place. YesWeInspect.com ___________________________________________ @MoldFinders Not sure the best way to get started? Follow these simple steps to hit the ground running... Step 1: Subscribe To This Podcast (and please leave a review!) Step 2: Find Out What Your ERMI Actually Means: ERMICode.com Step 3: Text Me (yes, it's really me!) The Mold Phone: 949-528-8704 Step 4: Book A FREE Consultation: YesWeInspect.com
Listen as Paul Abernathy, CEO, and Founder of Electrical Code Academy, Inc. the leading electrical educator in the country, as he answers more questions from the Let's Ask Paul Portal over at www.PaulAbernathy.com.In this episode, Paul will tackle the question explaining the question about can you take a transformer and reverse wire it and things to think about, installing FMC in a wet or damp location based on an inspector's inquiry, and lastly, do you need (2) small appliance branch circuits for each kitchen if you have two kitchens in your mansion.If you are looking to learn more about the National Electrical Code, for electrical exam preparation, or to better your knowledge of the NEC then visit https://fasttraxsystem.com for all the electrical code training you will ever need by the leading electrical educator in the country with the best NEC learning program on the planet.
Tanya Holland recalls her family's migration and how settling in California influenced her own brand of soul food. Asma Khan runs the only professional Indian kitchen with an all-female staff and her latest cookbook pays tribute to the women behind the food. When Sonal Ved decided to untangle the origins of Indian cuisine, she decided to tackle one specific dish — the samosa. Chef Johnny Lee steps back from Pearl River Deli to reassess the model, despite its accolades and notorieity. Jacques Pépin has been painting chickens almost as long as he has been roasting the poultry. Finally, peas are already at the farmers' market.
Affordable Interior Design presents Big Design, Small Budget
Happy balmy winter! It is so lovely here in Connecticut. We've only had the lightest dusting of snow. Everything has been so tranquil and lukewarm to mild to just barely cold. I understand that that might all lead back to climate change, which is not a good thing but it has been a helpful thing for my mental health as I'm acclimating to our new state. A lot of you have been asking for updates on my space, but I honestly don't have any desire to finish my house right now. I've been so busy with the business and the Academy that I just don't have a creative bone in my body right now. This episode, we discuss… [04:35] Choosing knobs for your dresser (Lisa) [14:36] Modernizing a kitchen (Maria)