American chef, writer, restaurateur and media personality
That's 86'd Podcast is a show, that focuses on hospitality industry workers, topics, and events. Bryant (BryGuy) and Theo discuss a wide range of controversial topics. They also highlight influential people, highlight current trends, and highlight business opportunities. The fellas discuss the verdict of the Mario Batali case.Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/yobryguy)
Health officials caution the current Delta variant outbreak of the coronavirus may not peak until October. Some hospitals in the Midwest now running out of beds and other areas reissue mask mandates. The Summer Olympics officially underway in Tokyo with several demonstrations held outside the Opening Ceremony protesting the games amid the pandemic. Wildfires exploding across 14 states. Disgraced celebrity chef Mario Batali agrees to pay more than half a million dollars to settle allegations of sexual harassment in the workplace. And what's behind the new and used car price surge?
Bad news for Sean Penn, chef Mario Batali, Adam Schiff, Cal Ripken, James Comey, Dr. Oz, John Elway, Anthony Robbins, Dave Ramsey and the nearly four million other (still living) Americans born in 1960. Unless Congress acts, the Covid-19 recession will cost ALL 1960 babies about 9% of their projected Social Security benefits! These famous people might not feel it much, but if you were born in 1960, you need to know that you have gotten a big pay cut for life, unless Congress comes to your rescue. For the average worker, assuming they collect benefits for 18 years, the present value of their lost lifetime benefits would be more than $45,000 DOLLARS, due to the formula that has been in effect for decades. We'll explain exactly why today, and then Medicare and health insurance expert Shelley Grandidge will explain how to save thousands on health insurance. This is one show you don't want to miss...MASTERING MONEY is on the air!!!
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Mini Melanie was founded by sisters Melanie Moss & Diana Moss.Human rights lawyer turned entrepreneur, Diana brings passion for flawless operations and delivering superior service to customers of Mini Melanie. Prior to Mini Melanie, Diana lived in London and in New York and ran various sales and operations teams over the course of eight years at onefinestay, a hospitality startup now part of Accor Hotels.Melanie Moss founded her bakery, Mini Melanie, with her sister Diana after years of experience in some of New York's most praised Michelin-starred kitchens. In 2010, after receiving her culinary degree from the Institute of Culinary Education, Melanie was immediately hired at Babbo, the flagship of famed restaurateurs Chef Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich. During her two years at Babbo, Melanie became sous chef for Babbo's acclaimed Pastry Chef Gina DePalma, a recipient of a James Beard award in pastry.Mini Melanie's original menu of chocolate truffles and layer cakes are all produced at the company's kitchen in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Specializing in corporate gifting and event catering, Melanie, Diana and their team serve companies such as Louis Vuitton, Creed perfumes, Tiffany & Company, Spotify and Microsoft Research. Establishing relationships with New York City's top event planners, Melanie's wedding cakes and custom party favors have received wide acclaim for their originality and delicious taste.Website: https://minimelanie.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/minimelanienycInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/minimelanienyc--- About Us - Women Who Brunch:Women Who Brunch is a community for women who love connecting, networking, and learning from each other over the most important meal of the week...BRUNCH!Check out our website for updates on events, recipes, brunch spots, product reviews and more or say hi on Instagram!WWB Website: https://womenwhobrunch.comWWB Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/womenwhobrunch
A panel of cannabis experts for a discussion of legal recreational cannabis use, its impact on resort destinations, and opportunities for New Jersey hospitality and tourism business. Special focus will be given to destination marketing, and the intersection of cannabis with agritourism and food and beverage tourism.This event is presented by the Lloyd D. Levenson Institute of Gaming, Hospitality, School of Business Stockton University in partnership with the Greater Atlantic City Chamber and Stockton University Cannabis Studies program.Panelists Include:Brian Applegarth, Founder - Cannabis Trail and Chairperson of the CalTravel Cannabis CommitteeBrian Applegarth is a cannabis tourism subject matter expert, educator, and international speaker on the topic. He’s inspired by building bridges between the travel and cannabis industries and works to steward a model that goes beyond consumption. Brian believes that the California cannabis tourism experience must include culture, history, and storytelling of the medical cannabis movement.Brian is a board member of the 420 Archive and California Travel Association, Chairs the CalTravel Cannabis Committee and is a member of the Sonoma County Tourism Marketing Committee. Brian is also a cannabis historian. Inspired by iconic cannabis pioneers and social justice movements that fueled the robust industry of today, Brian brings a unique perspective and immense passion to his work. Brian Applegarth represents tourism and hospitality possibilities that may be available in the future. Simply, CA has accepted cannabis for several years now (almost decades and it is part of their culture) and Brian has experience with many different types of hospitality/cannabis tourism opportunities. He also has plenty of data about cannabis tourism/hospitality. Rob Mejia, Adjunct Faculty, Cannabis Studies Minor – Stockton UniversityPresident, Our Community Harvest: A Cannabis Education CompanyRob Mejia is the author of multiple books written explicitly to introduce adults to cannabis and the cannabis industry. The Essential Cannabis Book: A Field Guide for the Curious and The Essential Cannabis Journal: Personal Notes from the Field (Cedar Lane Press 2018, 2019) provide researched information about cannabis with an authentic, engaging narrative and real-world examples that demystifies the plant, explains the science, and examines the stigma and social and racial justice issues surrounding cannabis. His expertise in cannabis extends to cooking with cannabis as Rob has produced and hosted a number of edibles events and meals. He also registered two national cannabis trademarks -California Homegrowers Association® and Our Community Harvest: A Cannabis Education Company®- and represents two cannabis artists (Pat Ryan and Laurence Cherniak) via the website www.CannabisArtAndDesign. Cintia Morales, Co-Founder and Director of Education - Higher Ed. Hemp ToursCintia Morales is the Co-Founder and Director of Education for Higher Ed. Hemp Tours, an Austin based hemp advising company dedicated to bridging the gap in cannabis knowledge between consumer and retailer through unique experiences. Also, she is the ESL Program Director for ACES Language School, located in Austin, TX. She has taught English, as well as a variety of subjects, to both young and adult students from all over the world. She has been a world traveler instructor with a passion for education and developing curriculum and programs for more than 15 years. She is dedicated to assist English language learners adapting to life in the United States.Cintia Morales operates in TX where there is only a fledgling, very limited medical cannabis program and no legal adult use. Despite this, Cintia’s company has figured out ways to participate in the cannabis tourism industry and promote cannabis education. This may be a first step that Atlantic City wants to take. David Yusefzadeh, MA based Chef and Food DesignerDavid Yusefzadeh is a chef and food designer based in Boston, Massachusetts. He spent the majority of his career working in fine dining restaurants and hotels around the world. Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Mario Batali and Richard Ekkebus are just a few of the chefs that David has spent time with professionally. He is currently CEO/Founder of Cloud Creamery, a cannabis ice cream company based in Boston. David was diagnosed with Crohn's Disease in 2011 and has been using Cannabis to allow him to function in his everyday life. https://www.cloudcreamery.co/ https://www.eatsacrilicious.com/events/
Funk's post defecation energy blasts, Rob Dyrdek and Big Black Christopher, Ray William johnson doin ur mom, Mario Batali flashin phally, Jerry Seinfeld's boo, Ericsurf6 making daily vids of his local shops, remembering Epic Meal Time, Stanley "The Reaction" Anderson slamming the batting cages, and talking about dreams... lets get motivated bois.
Bill Buford is an author, chef, and adventurer. I've read his two latest books in the last year.Dirt, released in 2006, was the first half of an epic narrative that’s taken up the last two decades or so of Bill’s life. It starts with him asking to be let into the kitchen of a high-end restaurant in New York, Mario Batali’s Babbo, on the bottom rung, to learn the ropes. He goes to Italy to learn to cook pasta, and then back to Italy to learn to be a proper butcher. Dirt was a bestseller. Heat, released just this past May, picks up where Dirt left off. But to my mind, there are layers upon layers in this latest book that Bill’s earlier book didn’t touch. He stretches himself, in terms of reporting, in terms of pure daring to try things that many would be too scared to try in France, a country of intimidating culinary intensity, and in terms of writing. And we talk about the challenges he faced in structuring this book. It’s really fascinating stuff.I also read, years ago, Bill's first book: “Among the Thugs," about football hooligans in Europe. That too was a thrill to read.Bill was fiction editor at The New Yorker starting in the mid-1990's, and before that he relaunched a literary magazine named Granta in 1979. We talk about the commitment to great writing, no matter the topic. It was a true joy to have the conversation.Outro music: "Couch" by NSTASIA and D*L*P Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/thelonggame. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In a complex world where the truth is up for grabs, we need narrative nonfiction. Samanth Subramanian joins Amit Varma in episode 183 of The Seen and the Unseen to talk about the art and craft of this form of literature. Also discussed: A Dominant Character, Samanth's book on JBS Haldane, and the intersection of science and politics. Also check out: 1. A Dominant Character -- Samanth Subramanian. 2. Samanth Subramanian's website, Amazon page and his work at the Guardian and the New Yorker. 3. The Intersection -- the podcast hosted by Padmaparna Ghosh and Samanth Subramanian. 4. Psmith, Journalist -- PG Wodehouse. 5. Question Time: My Life as a Quiz Obsessive -- Samanth Subramanian. 6. Quizzing is Not Just a Trivial Pursuit -- Amit Varma. 7. Neville Cardus on Amazon. 8. Darwin's Dangerous Idea -- Daniel Dennett. 9. The Perfect Murder -- HRF Keating. 10. Conversation and Society -- Episode 182 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Russ Roberts). 11. Cricket as a novelty, an obsession, and as literature -- Samanth Subramanian on Siddhartha Vaidyanathan's podcast, 81 all out. 12. On Writing Well -- Sarah Farooqui's interview with Samanth Subramanian. 13. The Complete New Yorker. 14. AJ Liebling, Calvin Trillin and Joan Didion on Amazon. 15. The Confidence Man -- Samanth Subramanian (on Lalit Modi). 15. The New New Journalism -- Robert Boynton. 16. The Secret of Excess -- Bill Buford (on Mario Batali). 17. The Power Broker -- Robert A Caro. 18. Robert A Caro on Amazon. 19. What Ails Indian Science -- JBS Haldane. 20. The Evolution of Everything -- Episode 96 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Matt Ridley). 21. The Man of System -- Adam Smith (excerpted from The Theory of Moral Sentiments). 22. The Papers of JBS Haldane -- Samanth Subramanian. 23. A talk by Samanth Subramanian on JBS Haldane at Archives@NCBS. And hey, do check out Amit Varma's writing course, The Art of Clear Writing.
Bad news for Sean Penn, chef Mario Batali, Adam Schiff, Cal Ripken, James Comey, Dr. Oz, John Elway, Anthony Robbins, Dave Ramsey and the nearly four million other (still living) Americans born in 1960. Unless Congress acts, the Covid-19 recession will cost ALL 1960 babies about 9% of their projected Social Security benefits! These famous people might feel it much, but if you were born in 1960, you need to know that you have gotten a big paycut for life, unless Congress comes to your rescue. For the average worker, assuming they collect benefits for 18 years, the present value of their lost lifetime benefits would be more than $45,000 DOLLARS, due to the formula that has been in effect for decades. We'll explain exactly why today, and then Medicare and health insurance expert Shelley Grandidge will explain how to save thousands on health insurance. This is one show you don't want to miss...MASTERING MONEY is on the air!!!
Today we celebrate the man who named the lipstick tree and was known as Florida's Burbank. We'll also learn about the incredible work of an extraordinary Russian botanist who was tragically sentenced to death on this day in 1941. And we honor the life of the "Father of Hybrid Corn." Today's poetry is all about a favorite summer crop: tomatoes. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a witty and poetic book about Gardening and Life. And then we'll wrap things up with the story of a Marvel character near and dear to gardener's hearts. But first, let's catch up on some Greetings from Gardeners around the world and today's curated news. Subscribe Apple|Google|Spotify|Stitcher|iHeart Gardener Greetings To participate in the Gardener Greetings segment, send your garden pics, stories, birthday wishes and so forth to Jennifer@theDailyGardener.org And, to listen to the show while you're at home, just ask Alexa or Google to play The Daily Gardener Podcast. It's that easy. Curated News What is Cottage Garden Style? And How to Achieve It... | The Middle-Sized Garden "And, as for garden plants – well, it has been difficult to source exactly the plants we want. We have had to compromise on color and style. Friends have been saying things like ‘I wouldn’t normally buy scarlet pelargoniums, but they were the only ones I could find.’ In theory, cottage garden style started when low paid farm workers filled their gardens with vegetables, herbs and fruit trees for their own use. What are the rules of cottage garden style? There aren't any. That's the whole point. There's no need to plant in threes and fives, or in drifts or to think about color combinations – unless you want to." The Middle-Sized Garden: if your garden is bigger than a courtyard but smaller than an acre. Sowing Biennial Flower Seeds In June And July | Higgledy Garden "The biennials in the Higgledy Seed Emporium have all be chosen to be admirable in the vase. We also have a strong leaning to the old fashioned. *Honesty (Common name) or Lunaria (so named because it's pale seed pod discs resemble the moon). *Sweet William. Sweet Williams just rock! That's all there is to it. They smell amazing…look amazing and are all-round good eggs. Like all biennials, they are a piece of cake to grow from seed. *Foxgloves. Once again, a white foxglove 'Alba 'is a pretty essential bit of kit for the home florist... Don't be without it. *Hesperis. I love this flower…one of my favorites of all the flowers I have ever grown. Simple…pretty…easy to grow…" Alright, that's it for today's gardening news. Now, if you'd like to check out my curated news articles and blog posts for yourself, you're in luck, because I share all of it with the Listener Community in the Free Facebook Group - The Daily Gardener Community. There's no need to take notes or search for links - the next time you're on Facebook, search for Daily Gardener Community and request to join. I'd love to meet you in the group. Important Events 1926 The Green Bay Press-Gazette posted an article titled, "Ice Cream Grown on Vine in the yard of Former Kentuckian." The article was about the fabulous Colonel Henry Wallace Johnston, who, until the age of 50, had operated a hardware store in Lebanon, Kentucky. At midlife, he moved to Homestead, Florida. And, in 1912, Henry created a 20-acre estate he called Palm Lodge Tropical Grove. Henry was a character. He enjoyed dressing the part of a tropical explorer, wearing a tropical outfit complete with a white helmet, and looking as if he had just finished playing Jumanji. Henry became known as the Wizard of Palm Lodge or Florida's Burbank (a nod to California's Luther Burbank), and he added over 8,000 incredible specimens of tropical fruits and flowers - many not found anywhere else in America. Truly, Palm Lodge gained Henry worldwide recognition. And, although Henry never traveled outside the United States, he was a natural marketer, and Palm Lodge's impressive reputation brought the plants to him. Henry's story includes the following spectacular facts: He grew almost all of his plants from seed. He coined the name "lipstick tree". He grew a rare flower that produces a perfume called the "Scent of Lilith." He grew the Dumb Cane tree or dieffenbachia from Cambodia. He would tell folks that if they bit into the leaves, their tongue would be paralyzed for six weeks. He successfully cultivated rubber plants. Harvey Firestone and Henry Ford brought back rubber plants from Madagascar, but only Henry's plants had survived. He grew the Palestine Tree, and he wrapped the fruit in cellophane while on the tree to protect against insects. The fruit was used in religious rituals by rabbis, and Henry would send it to them. He grew the Gingerbread Palm, and the palm's fruit tasted of gingerbread. He furnished almost all of the plants for the State of Florida's tropical exhibit at the Chicago World's Fair. He produced nearly 300 different types of fruits and jellies and packaged all of them at Palm Lodge. He was a master of the aloe vera plant, and he planted a 15-acre aloe field. By 1920, Henry was regularly harvesting the leaves and bringing them to Miami, and each one had to be individually wrapped to stop the spines from making the jelly ooze out. He loved to tell about a plant he called "the ice cream vine," botanically known as the Monstera Deliciosa. The fruit resembles a giant ear of corn minus the husk and tastes like a combination of banana, strawberry, and pineapple. Henry's Palm Lodge of Florida was a showplace, and there was no charge for admission. Homestead Florida's chamber of commerce advertised that 30,000 people, including botanists, visited the Lodge every year. And, one day, after 2,000 or so guests had passed through the gardens, the register revealed that Henry Ford had visited, unnoticed in the crowd. 1941 Today a Soviet court sentenced the extraordinary twentieth-century Russian botanist Nikolay Vavilov to death by firing squad. Worried about the world's plant biodiversity, Vavilov became a dedicated plant collector, and he had the foresight to build the world's first seed bank in St. Petersburg. Nikolay's life's mission was something he called a "mission for all humanity" and it was tied directly to his drive to build the seed bank: Vavilov wanted to end world hunger and famine, and he planned to accomplish this ambitious goal through science. And he hoped to breed super plants that would be both nutritious and hardy so that they could be grown even in the most challenging locations on the planet. During his life, Vavilov had enjoyed Lenin's support. Vavilov's big ideas knit perfectly together with Lenin's desire for a socialist utopia. But after Lenin died, Vavilov was on the outs. His family was made up of accomplished scientists, and they were considered part of the bourgeoisie and scorned. The events that lead to Vavilov's sentencing and ultimate death had to do with Vavilov's critique of a fellow scientist. Vavilov had publicly criticized a geneticist named Lysenko, who had Stalin's backing. And so, on this day in 1941, Vavilov was sentenced to die. But Vavilov never faced the firing squad. Instead, he died of starvation two years after receiving his sentence. Today, the Vavilov Institute houses over a quarter of a million specimens and is a living monument to Nikolay Vavilov ― the scientist who wanted food security for all of humanity, yet ironically died of starvation in the basement of a Soviet prison. 1942 Today newspapers announced the retirement of the "father of hybrid corn," George Shull. An Ohio farm kid, George was a noted botanist who taught at Princeton University for 27 years. George's work resulted in a one hundred and fifty million-dollar increase in the value of US corn as a result of his crossing pure line varieties with self-fertilized corn. George's uber-productive hybrid yielded ten to forty percent more than ordinary corn. Like many plant breeders, George never made a penny from his creation. Unearthed Words Today's poetry features a favorite summer plant: the Tomato (Solanum Lycopersicum) You know, when you get your first asparagus, or your first acorn squash, or your first really good tomato of the season, those are the moments that define the cook's year. I get more excited by that than anything else. — Mario Batali, American chef and writer It's difficult to think anything but pleasant thoughts while eating a homegrown tomato. — Lewis Grizzard, American writer and humorist Homegrown tomatoes, homegrown tomatoes What would life be like without homegrown tomatoes Only two things that money can't buy That's true love and homegrown tomatoes. — John Denver, American singer and songwriter, Home Grown Tomatoes Now, you see, the poetry I like is... experimental. 'Doesn't have the rhyme' kind of stuff. Like this famous poem by Walter Charles Walter. The poem is called: 'They Were Delicious'. (Mr. Simmons begins reciting the poem while Harold steals Mr. Simmon's lunch and starts to eat it.) I have eaten the tomatoes, that were on the window sill were you saving them for a special occasion I apologize they were delicious so juicy so red — Walter Charles Walter, They Were Delicious From Hey Arnold by Craig Bartlett. Read by Mr. Simmons (This Walter Charles Walter poem is a parody of William Carlos Williams' poem This is Just to Say) Grow That Garden Library The Backyard Parables by Margaret Roach This book came out in 2013, and the subtitle is Lessons on Gardening and Life. And one of my favorite cookbook authors, Anna Thomas, said, "As I read this witty, revealing, sometimes poetic confessional I felt I understood for the first time what a garden could be - a work of art, a source of pleasure and solace, an object of beauty, a provider of nourishment. And why Margaret calls the plot she tends 'my monster.' This is the story of a real relationship: Margaret and her garden, a love story." This book is 288 pages of Margaret's stories about gardening - culled from thirty seasons of growing and learning what works and what does not. You can get a copy of The Backyard Parables by Margaret Roach and support the show, using the Amazon Link in today's Show Notes for around $3. Today's Botanic Spark 1963 Today the Marvel comic botanist Samuel Smithers became Plantman when lightning struck his plant raygun, giving it the power to control and animate all plant life. After losing his duel with the Human Torch in the botanical garden, Plantman was taken to prison. In his last storyline, Plantman transformed into a giant plant monster and attacked the city of Los Angeles in retaliation for humans polluting the world. In his final moments, Plantman was defeated by Ironman. Here's one of Plantman's more famous lines: "Do not speak to the Plant Man of power! Mine was the genius that gave the semblance of life to unthinking plant tissue! There can be no greater power than that!"
What a Creep Season 5, Episode 6 Mario Batali Mario Batali is one of the most celebrated chefs of the 21st Century. During his career, he has hosted multiple television shows, authored several bestselling cookbooks, opened Michelin-rated restaurants, was friends with celebrities, was named as GQ Man of the Year in 1999, and won the James Beard Award. He even made an appearance on The Simpsons “Treehouse of Horrors!” Batali is also known as a world-class woman-abusing Creep who has been accused of multiple accounts of sexual assault and harassment. Here is his story. Sources for this episode include: Eater.com (Irene Plagianos) NY Eater.com Dec 11, 2017 (Irene Plagianos) Grub Street (Chris Crowley) Time magazine (Jamie Duchmare) Creep Sheet Esquire 2010 Los Angeles Times (Samantha Masunaga, Jonathan Gold, Amy Scattergood) CNBC.com (Amelia Lucas) D-Listed (Alison) New York Times May 2018 (Kim Severson) Hollywood Reporter (Abid Raman) Scary Mommy (Julie Scagell) The Cut (Lisa Ryan) New York Times 2017 (Julia Moskin & Kim Severson) Mario Batali Wikipedia "Mashed" video "60 Minutes" Mario Batali full episode Bill Buford Heat: An Amateur’s Adventure’s as Kitchen Slave, Line Cook, Pasta Maker and Apprentice to a Dante-Quoting Butcher in Tuscany HuffPost (Joe Satran) Be sure to subscribe wherever you get your podcasts and you will never miss an episode. Also, be sure to follow us on social media! But don’t follow us too closely … don’t be a creep about it! Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts! Twitter: https://twitter.com/CreepPod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/What-a-Creep-Podcast-413020689512914/ Instagram @WhatACreepPodcast Visit our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/whatacreep
A middle-aged dad infiltrates the brutal world of high-end restaurants… Bill Buford is a writer who specializes in throwing himself into high-pressure environments that he’s not equipped to handle. For his seminal book "Heat," he spent a few months cooking in Mario Batali’s New York restaurant kitchen, a decade before Batali’s #MeToo downfall. For his latest book, "Dirt," Bill moved his family to Lyon, France, so he could learn to cook French cuisine. He saw firsthand the French reverence for rules and learned to follow them. But he also came face-to-face with the “toxic aggression” that permeates high-end kitchens. He tells us about rethinking his role as a journalist, cook, and human being after that experience, and we ask him how much the food world has changed since he covered Mario Batali. Get 500+ more great Sporkful episodes from our catalog and lots of other Stitcher goodness when you sign up for Stitcher Premium: www.StitcherPremium.com/Sporkful (promo code: SPORKFUL). Transcript available at www.sporkful.com.
About This Episode: Robbie Felice's journey started in high school when he was accepted into the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York. For his externship, Robbie accepted a position with Mario Batali at his flagship restaurant Babbo in New York City. During his time at Babbo, he learned and worked under Chef Frank Langello, who became a culinary mentor. In 2015, Robbie embarked on a trip to Europe to expand his culinary knowledge. Staring in Holland, Robbie staged with Sergio Herman at his one Michelin star restaurant, Pure C—an experience that put the culinary industry into a whole new perspective for him. Robbie then received an offer to go to Antwerp, Belgium and stage at Herman's newest restaurant, The Jane, where he had the life-changing experience of working directly under Chef Sergio Herman and Chef Nick Bril. Robbie landed back New York City in 2015 joining the two Michelin star restaurant, The Modern. He spent the next four months learning and drawing inspiration from Chef Tom Allen and Chef Abram Bissell. In 2016, Robbie and his father, Joe Felice decided to open their own restaurant, birthing Viaggio Ristorante in Wayne, New Jersey. In his pursuit of authenticity, Robbie unveiled a restaurant true to his cooking philosophy— locally sourced ingredients used to create traditional Italian fare with a modern touch. In 2019, Robbie and Joe introduced Osteria Crescendo in downtown Westwood, New Jersey. Find out more about Robbie at:Instagram Men's Journal Viaggio Ristorante Osteria Crescendo The 30 Best Restaurants in New Jersey 2019 See the Show Notes: www.jeremyryanslate.com/707 Sponsors: Gusto: This episode is sponsored by Gusto. Run your payroll the easy way, the same way we do at Command Your Brand. You'll get a. $100 Amazon Gift Card just for running your first payroll! www.jeremyryanslate.com/gusto Audible: Get a free 30 day free trial and 1 free audiobook from thousands of available books. Right now I'm reading "Confessions of an Economic Hit Man,"by John Perkins, about building real wealth. www.jeremyryanslate.com/book
In this episode, host Jeff Hahn explores one of the most overused things that leaders communicate in a crisis, the apology. Jeff wraps up his series on crisis messaging with guest co-host Russ Rhea with an in-depth look at the “mortification strategy” in image restoration. You’ll hear both good and bad examples of apologies in crisis situations including Chef Mario Batali, McDonalds and KFC. Jeff will also reveal the eight characteristics of a good apology and the best timing to make an apology.
On January 7, Trish Nelson and her former colleagues from the Spotted Pig gathered around a podium in the offices of New York State Attorney General Letitia James to announce the end of a months-long investigation that uncovered a hostile work environment and "severe and pervasive incidents of unwanted touching and unwelcome sexual advances" by majority owner Ken Friedman. While the settlement provided some closure for the former employees, there's still a tremendous amount of work left to do to if they want to heal personally and move the industry to a healthier, safer place. Nelson sat down with me for a raw, emotional conversation about the culture of fear that keeps vulnerable workers from speaking out, her decision to break the silence, and her hope for the future of the industry she loves. Note: This episode contains mentions of emotional and sexual abuse. If you need to talk to someone, Crisis Text Line is available 24/7 at #741741 or via Facebook Messenger, and The Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network's (RAINN) counselors can be reached at 800-656-HOPE. Note: This episode contains mentions of emotional and sexual abuse. If you need to talk to someone, Crisis Text Line is available 24/7 at #741741 or via Facebook Messenger, and The Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network's (RAINN) counselors can be reached at 800-656-HOPE. https://www.foodandwine.com/news/spotted-pig-sexual-harassment-settlement
MPF Discussion with Rana FloridaGetting Comfortable with Failure with Creative Class Group CEO Rana Florida About Rana As Chief Executive Officer of the Creative Class Group, Rana Florida manages new business development, marketing, consulting, research and global operations serving such diverse clients as BMW, Converse, IBM, Cirque du Soleil, Audi, Zappos, and Starwood Hotels – to name just a few. She brings to this leadership role more than two decades of experience in corporate strategy, communications, and marketing, having directed global strategic communications for HMSHost, the world’s largest airport developer, as well as having executed marketing initiatives for such premier brands as Disney and Starbucks and events experience working with The Atlantic, The Aspen Institute and The Knight Foundation.Well known as a writer on business and leadership – for Fast Company, Inc.com, the Huffington Post, andrecruiter.com – Rana has also served as a guest business analyst on The Today Show. and MSNBC’s, The Cycle, has been a Fox News contributor for several years, and has been featured in the Business section of The New York Times and in interviews for The Wall Street Journal, Market Watch, CNN, The Globe and Mail and other major media outlets. Her one-on-one high profile interviews have covered notables – from President Bill Clinton and First Lady Michelle Obama to tennis great Andre Agassi and NBA owner (and TV star) Mark Cuban, from chefs Jeans-George Vongerichten and Mario Batali to singer Nelly Furtado and fashion designer Tory Burch, from the United Nations Director of Girl Up to world renowned architects Peter Marino and Zaha Hadid – and many more.Her book, Upgrade—Taking Your Work and Life From Ordinary to Extraordinary (McGraw Hill, 2013) was a ‘Business Best Seller,’ by Tattered Cover, the largest independent bookstore retailer in the U.S. and The Globe and Mail, Editor’s Pick.On this episode of My Perfect Failure (Getting Comfortable with Failure) Rana provides insights and tips on how we can all get more comfortable with Failure and achieve much more from our lives. Rana has interviewed noted people such as Michelle Obama, Bill Clinton, Andre Agassi and Mark Cuban. Rana shares some of their tips and tricks they have used to propel their careers: Some of the areas we cover: · Why People tend to avoid taking Risks?· How we can learn by opening up to the possibility of being wrong· The benefits of allowing your employees to come up with ideas· Rana’s fantastic book: Upgrade: Taking your Work and Life from Ordinary to Extraordinary Book by RanaUpgrade: Taking Your Work and Life from Ordinary to Extraordinary· https://www.amazon.com/Upgrade-Taking-Your-Ordinary-Extraordinary/dp/0071827218/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= Fast Company article by Rana· https://www.fastcompany.com/3037704/what-it-really-means-to-fail-forward Rana Twitter· https://twitter.com/ranafloridaRana Instagram· https://www.instagram.com/rflorida/My Perfect Failure contact me Work with me: firstname.lastname@example.org
This week Rush and TJ look and "Courts and Fields" both in sports and beyond. Don't forget that you too can send us your "Situations" at email@example.com Hosts: TJ Jagodowski and Rush HowellProducer: Nate DuFortComposer: Julie NicholsArt: Emily KardamisTwitter: @TJandRushInstagram: @heresthesituation
James is in distress! Intestinal distress, but it is no less harrowing than a much more serious form of distress. Speaking of distress, we got Cowards getting in car accidents! Plus, pickles, Da Gawd Babish got a new kitchen, and would you cut off Mario Batali's ponytail? Like, subscribe, follow @gabwithbab on Twitter & @gabbingwithbabish on instagram and electronically mail us @ firstname.lastname@example.org!
When news broke that executive chef Melissa Rodriguez was becoming a partner at the much-lauded Del Posto in the wake of Mario Batali's divestment, a cheer went up from folks in the know. Rodriguez has quietly, consistently, meticulously honed her craft in some of the most prestigious kitchens in the country, and earned the respect of her peers and colleagues. She's never sought the spotlight, but she's having to find her comfort zone when it comes to speaking up. She opened up about her journey through the restaurant world, becoming a boss, and how she tries to find balance.
On the latest episode of the DJV Podcast, Robert De Niro's production company has filed a bizarre lawsuit this week for millions of dollars against one of their former employees. More news has come out about Jeffrey Epstein's will that he signed right before his death, Chef Mario Batali's career continues to collapse with another big company cutting ties with him, and Energy Star has made a ton of people very angry with their new recommendations for the temperature you should keep your thermostat set at. We want to know what you think about it, so check us on social media on twitter @djvshow or at facebook.com/djvshow and let us know! and Don't forget to Visit your favorite podcasting platform to download, rate and subscribe to the podcast, and connect with us on social media, at Facebook.com/djvshow or on twitter @DJVshow.
"Executive chef Melissa Rodriguez talks in depth for the first time about what it feels like to work under the shadow of a parent company rocked by sexual assault and misconduct charges. Rodriguez is chef at Del Posto, which was founded by now-disgraced Mario Batali and his partner Joe Bastianich. Listen in to hear why Rodriguez stayed even after the allegations, how she manages her team now, and what she's learned about herself as a person and as a cook after 13 years. Want to stay up to date on the latest Speaking Broadly episodes? To hear more conversations with Dana Cowin and her fierce guests, subscribe to Speaking Broadly (it’s free!) on iTunes or Stitcher. If you like what you hear, please take a moment to rate + review us on Apple’s podcast store and follow Dana on Instagram @speakingbroadly and @fwscout. Thanks for tuning in! It's HRN's annual summer fund drive, this is when we turn to our listeners and ask that you make a donation to help ensure a bright future for food radio. Help us keep broadcasting the most thought provoking, entertaining, and educational conversations happening in the world of food and beverage. Become a member today! To celebrate our 10th anniversary, we have brand new member gifts available. So snag your favorite new pizza - themed tee shirt or enamel pin today and show the world how much you love HRN, just go to heritageradionetwork.org/donate Photo courtesy of Natalie Black. Speaking Broadly is powered by Simplecast.
Harkening back to a few other episodes, including Nilofer Merchant and Cindy Gallop, we talk with Geraldine regarding a very important topic in the digital world: online harassment. Why is this so important to talk about here? What does this have to do with strategy? Well, as Geraldine says during our discussion: "I think that there are certain companies that are struggling to figure out how to reach certain demographic groups, and part of that is because they have no one in that group at all represented at any point in their company." The missing link over and over again in marketing is that, all too often, we sit in an ivory tower and come up with ideas and campaigns in our boardrooms...boardrooms where only a small sliver of our audience is represented (if that!). This is a very important conversation and we hope you enjoy! Referenced: Geraldine on Twitter Geraldine's Blog Geraldine's fantastic award-winning article, "I Made the Pizza Cinnamon Rolls from Mario Batali’s Sexual Misconduct Apology Letter" The List of James Beard Award Winners The Tweet from Geraldine's husband, Rand Fishkin that captured her elation right after she found out she won Her follow up tweet, which was even more fun Nilofer Merchant discussing the importance of Onlyness in creating innovation Nilofer on AOAS Cindy Gallop in AOAS Why Won’t Twitter Treat White Supremacy Like ISIS? Because It Would Mean Banning Some Republican Politicians Too. (Vice) Sleeping Giants ALSO! She didn't mention this on the show (but did mention that she's terrible at self-promotion, so there's that), but she just published a book: All Over The Place: Adventures in Travel, True Love, and Petty Theft Thanks for listening, we hope you enjoyed this episode. Make sure to follow Tara at @missrogue & Carlos @carlospache_co You can also check out Tara's YouTube channel, it has over 200 videos on digital strategy and online audience building. Truly Inc. is a digital strategy and insights agency based in Toronto, Canada. Visit our website: https://trulyinc.com Anatomy of a Strategy podcast is recorded in Toronto, Canada in the offices of Truly Inc. Produced by Carlos Pacheco and Tara Hunt. Podcast editing by Joe Pacheco
Mat Schuster talks with food writer, cookbook author and Carbface podcast host Laurie Woolever. Most recently, Laurie was co-produer and assistant to Anthony Bourdain (rest in peace). In this episode, we discuss the perfect blueberry tart, the pitfalls of all-you-can-eat buffets and working with Mario Batali. Laurie also shares some fond memories and lessons learned from Anthony Bourdain. We thank her for sharing these stories with us. Check us out socially @culinarymindcast or www.canelasf.com/podcast for more info.
In the latest episode, Illinois State Representative Ann Williams joins Rich and Tina to discuss the ongoing abortion debate and Illinois’ Reproductive Health Act. Law School Transparency Executive Director Kyle McEntee discusses the ABA’s new rule regarding bar exam passage rates and their impact on law school accreditation. Siprut PC Founder and Managing Partner Joseph Siprut and Chicago magazine writer Kim Brooks join the show to discuss the burgeoning popularity and advantages of litigation finance. In the Legal Grab Bag, Woodruff Johnson & Evans associate attorney Jon Walker and WGN Radio AM 720 comedian and radio personality John Bolger join Rich and Tina to discuss breaking legal news involving the end of the Mueller investigation, Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s first City Council meeting, a psychic scam, Mario Batali’s latest legal news, a tribute to Casey Kasem and much more.
Honey Boo Boo. Kylie Jenner. Kim Kardashian. Allyson Felix. Elle Fanning at Cannes. Mario Batali. And a Quickie about Sean Puffy Combs. Twitter/Instagram: @dramaclubpod Website: dramaclubpod.com Reddit: The_Drama_Club Email: email@example.com Hotline: (505)539-0556 Snail Mail: PO Box 27433, Los Angeles, CA 90027 You can now catch up with all episodes on YouTube! If you're enjoying the show, be sure to rate, review, and subscribe to The Drama Club and most importantly- tell a friend!
More than a dozen students have been killed in a building fire in western India, according to Indian media reports. The Press Trust of India news agency quotes a state Deputy Chief Minister as saying the students were attending a tutoring class when the fire broke out Friday. British Prime Minister Theresa May says she'll quit as U.K. Conservative Party leader on June 7th....admitting defeat in her attempt to take Britain out of the European Union. She says she will stay as caretaker prime minister until the new leader is chosen. Celebrity chef Mario Batali has pleaded not guilty to an allegation that he forcibly kissed and groped a woman at a Boston restaurant in 2017. The court entered a not guilty plea to a charge of indecent assault and battery on Batali's behalf during a brief hearing on Friday. Batali was released and ordered to stay away from the woman. SpaceX has launched 60 little satellites, the first of thousands that founder Elon Musk plans to put in orbit for global internet coverage.
Topics : Jailbirds on Netflix, Vlad Jr and The Toronto Blue Jays, Mario Batali, and much much more. This is the podcast version of the LIVE YouTube Talk Show show with Comedian Will Noonan and producer Paul Price (and sometimes celebrity guests). CONTACT US AND BE FEATURED ON THE SHOW AT www.twitter.com/thenoonanshow Will, Paul and guests : discuss science news, sports, and do segments like “Just Shave It Bro” and “The Howie Mandela Effect” MISSION STATEMENT : On The Noonan Show, we will NOT be discussing : Politics of all forms, Social Justice, How political correctness is killing comedy. Nothing against it, but these topics are covered well enough by many other shows.
Robb talks about people living in Tornado Alley, Mario Batali's predatory tell, geography bee champ, American Taliban, and a terrifying news story in his town. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bostonrobb/support
Today we talk about Chad’s challenge, Marshmello's $60M Megadeal, Mario Batali gives up restaurants, Barstool's podcast revenue, Airbnb buys HotelTonight, Diesel files for bankruptcy, Marie Kondo, Shawn Oakman not guilty, Mark Zuckerberg privacy stance and this weeks Winners/Losers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mark Zuckerberg says this time, he really, really means it about improving Facebook's privacy. As Facebook bleeds users--it's estimated it's suffered a net loss of 15-million users since 2017--co-founder Zuckerberg announced today his team is going to devote the next year to overhauling the Facebook platform to improve privacy, encryption and its messaging service. In other words, changing what Facebook has been all about-- Are Zuckerberg's claims to be taken seriously? We will go In Depth. Chef and restaurateur Mario Batali has jumped out of the frying pan of the Me Too movement and into the fire of losing his empire. Several of his employees claimed he had harassed and inappropriately touched them. Today, Batali is officially out of all of his food-related businesses..........But has the restaurant industry really changed for the better? And, we are about to get a visitor from outer space. Nervous?? The number of Illegal immigrants trying to get into the country has spiked since President Trump took office---despite--and maybe because of---his often heated rhetoric. We'll go in depth on why that's happening. A California assemblywoman says her new legislation, that would limit the circumstances under which police officers could use force, might have stopped Stephon Clark from getting killed in Sacramento. We'll check it out. And the Democratic Party is at war with itself over how to handle one controversial Congresswoman and the question of how to support, and criticize, Israel. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this week’s show: All Elite Wrestling, R. Kelly, Mario Batali, Rashida Talib, She Guevara, Disney/Fox, being masculine is bad, The Red Cross don’t understand fantasy and much more. Top 10 this week is: Favorite SNL cast members and as always, we will answer your listener questions. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.shiningwizardsnetwork.com/episodes/category/episodes/ib/ Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/InconclusiveBreakdown/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/664583636912171/ BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/inconclusive-breakdown/ Gab: https://gab.ai/InconclusivePod Twitter: https://twitter.com/InconclusivePod
Hosts Yael Tygiel, Felicia Michelle, and Taylor Gates discuss season 20 episode 8 of SVU: “Hell’s Kitchen.” Both the Mario Batali and Brett Kavanaugh headlines are ripped from, a devious duo wreaks havoc on the restaurant industry, and Noah hates olives and Olivia. Will the SVU’s victims get justice? Find out as we discuss weekly episodes in our LAW & ORDER: SVU AFTER SHOW. Tune in here for reviews, recaps and in-depth discussions of the latest episodes, as well as the insider scoop from cast and crew members on the show. ABOUT LAW AND ORDER SVU: Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (often abbreviated to Law & Order: SVU or just SVU) is an American police procedural, legal, crime drama television series set in New York City, where it is also primarily produced. In the style of the original Law & Order, episodes are often "ripped from the headlines" or loosely based on real crimes that have received media attention. Created and produced by Dick Wolf, the series premiered on NBC on September 20, 1999, as the first spin-off of Wolf's successful crime drama, Law & Order. The show started its 17th season on September 23, 2015, and has aired 385 original episodes as of March 30, 2016. It is the current longest running scripted non-animated U.S. primetime TV series since the cancellation of the original Law & Order in 2010 and is the fifth-longest running scripted U.S. primetime TV series on a major broadcast network. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit originally centered almost exclusively on the detectives of the Special Victims Unit in a fictional version of the 16th Precinct of the New York City Police Department. As the series progressed, additional supporting characters were added as allies of the detectives in the New York County Manhattan District Attorney's office (known as advisers from the Sex Crimes Bureau) and the Medical Examiner's office. Typical episodes follow the detectives and their colleagues as they investigate and prosecute sexually based offenses. The show starred Christopher Melonias Detective Elliot Stabler and Mariska Hargitay as Detective Olivia Benson for its first twelve seasons until the former left the cast, unable to come to an agreement on his contract. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit has been nominated for and won numerous awards, including the 2006 Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for Mariska Hargitay, the first Emmy to be received by a regular on any Law & Order series. On February 1, 2016, the series was renewed for an eighteenth season. As of this date, it is the sole remaining series of the Law & Order franchise still in production (and has been since 2011), and the second-longest running after the original series, which was canceled by NBC at the end of its 20th season. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Ross and Jessie discuss Drake's hidden child with a French porn star, Mario Batali getting sexual in the kitchen, Harvey Weinstein working at a Cinnabon, and how much Jables loves Ross' travel schedule... as he does the show live from Las Vegas. Buy Ross' New Book "When Darkness Falls, He Doesn't Catch It" https://www.amazon.com/When-Darkness-Falls-Doesnt-Catch/dp/0692096663/ref=pd_bxgy_14_img_2?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=0692096663&pd_rd_r=1J8QHXG7X7PXJ334J5NG&pd_rd_w=LcbPB&pd_rd_wg=TZxZj&psc=1&refRID=1J8QHXG7X7PXJ334J5NG
Disney is now selling alcohol at all of their restaurants (00:45). Adam Moussa breaks down the Publix Summa Cum Laude cake (4:45). There are now LaCroix bathing suits (10:30). Serena Dai and Monica Burton catch us up on the latest Mario Batali news, including the 60 Minutes investigation (13:00). Mondelez, the company that owns Oreo, has bought NY favorite Tate's Cookies (21:50). Pop Culture editor Greg Morabito calls in to talk Sweetbitter (25:30) and the Chew cancellation (32:00). Just Salad is stomping on NY tradition by ending chopping across all stores and Stefanie Tuder is upset about it (35:00). Was the food at the Royal Wedding too on trend? (39:45) Hosted by: Amanda Kludt and Daniel Geneen. Sign up for Amanda Kludt’s newsletter here and Greg's pop culture newsletter here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Coffee. Yogurt. As a Mom. Anthony Bourdain discusses Harvey Weinstein and Mario Batali. Follow CarbfacePod on Instagram and TwitterFollow Sari (pronounced like Mary) Kamin on Twitter and subscribe to her podcast, The Morning After.
It's the 47th episode! On today's show, Chris talks about the annoying way people talk about food. Also discussed: The Black Thought freestyle, Mario Batali, Bobby Flay, Emily Ratajkowski, Nikki Glaser, Chris Spencer, feeling lonely during the holidays, and songs that play at strip clubs. We name a new elder, and of course, Chris answers a bunch of questions from Twitter. Tweet your questions and spread the love using the hashtag #congratulationspod on Twitter and everywhere else, and don't forget to rate, review, listen on iTunes, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, or your favorite podcast app. For the true babies: Merchandise: https://store.chrisdelia.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisdelia/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/chrisdelia Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chrisdeliaofficial/ YouTube Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2rA0sI0
Fastest 2 minutes + NFL Week 15 Recap (2:20 - 6:21). The Patriots win in Pittsburgh, Big Ben's walking boot makes a comeback (6:21 - 10:27). The Jaguars are for real and the Packers are dead, we think (10:27 - 15:22). We recap our weekend in West Virginia and Hank's Big Fight (15:22 - 18:40). Who's Back of the Week (18:40 - 27:41). Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio joins the show to talk about Jerry Richardson, What a Catch is in the NFL, What coaches will be fired first, and what the hell is going on with Marvin Lewis in Cincinnati (27:41 - 49:10). Segments include Sorry Not Sorry for Mario Batali. Is Tom Brady Full of Shit. PR 101 for the Carolina Panthers and the debut of Hermatology where we talk about what the hell is going on with Herm Edwards at Arizona State.
Episode #1810: Sign up to support Allison's future BRAND-NEW podcast at patreon.com/allisonkilkenny for as little as $1/month! Charles Rockhill (@charlesrockhill) joins to share a story about the Mother of the Year. Also, inside the trial that could determine the future of free speech in America's capital, Mario Batali steps away from restaurant empire following sexual misconduct allegations, two senators call for Trump's resignation over sexual misconduct allegations, Trump sends sexually suggestive and demeaning tweet about Kirsten Gillibrand, four Trump accusers call on Congress to investigate sexual misconduct claims, and Jimmy Kimmel makes another emotional plea for children's health care Read Allison's piece at Reductress about a woman, who is totally not her, projecting therapy diagnoses onto her cat: http://reductress.com/post/wow-this-woman-is-definitely-projecting-her-own-therapy-diagnoses-onto-her-cat/ Only a few Desi calendars left for the next Patreon supporters who sign up or upgrade to $10/month! patreon.com/allisonkilkenny
In episode 45, Jack & Miles are joined by comedian Caitlin Gill to discuss Trump's diet & television intake, Mario Batali & treatment of restaurant workers, Trump accusers, Silicon Valley, the NY terrorist attack, Golden Globe, Roy Moore, & more Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers