Man in ski mask accidentally shoots himself while fleeing cops, hotel manager caught sucking on guest's toes, woman who wrote book about grief after husband's death is charged with his murder, and mental health advocate storms cockpit over airline's menu. How can we possibly pick just one Idiot of the Week?Your weekly fix of wacky, zany craziness as only Frangela can provide! You send in stories of real-life idiots and we mock them for your edification. It is our sacred duty.Do you want to hear more Idiots of the Week?? Become a Frangela patron at Patreon.com and get three exclusive Micro Idiot podcasts each week as our thank you for your support.Frangela swag available at https://www.zazzle.com/store/frangela! Book a personalized video shout-out from Frangela at Cameo.com/frangeladuo.And please go to pickedcherries.com to share a small snippet of our podcasts with others to help us grow our listenership. Thank you!
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Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
On Today's Menu on Marsha's Plate #268 We talk with Angelica Ross…the actress, singer, activist, and Buddhist Angelica Ross https://missross.com/ Listen on all streaming Platforms https://pod.link/1293033444 BOOK RECOMMENDATION https://amzn.to/3nfcOHa Diamond Stylz Artist Initiative https://gofund.me/81780bfe Support Black Trans Women https://Blacktranswomen.org/donate Black Trans Women Support https://blacktranswomen.org/empowerher-support/ We have merch as well if you wanna support Marsha's Plate https://teespring.com/stores/marshasplate https://linktr.ee/MarshasPlate #marshasplate #girlslikeus #boyslikeus #transgender #podcast #podsincolor #podernfamily #transisbeautiful #houston #lgbt #transmen #transwomen #blackfeminism #trans101 #trans #blacktranswomen #blacktransmen #houstonpride #indiepodcast #blacktranslivesmatter #lgbtqia #lgbtq #genderidentity #pride #blackgirlmagic #blackboyjoy #podcast
How long will people keep paying high delivery prices? This week's episode of A Deeper Dive features Restaurant Business Senior Technology Editor Joe Guszkowski, who joins me on the podcast to talk about DoorDash's push to get operators to keep delivery prices the same as regular menu prices. Joe and I discuss his recent report on the menu price markups on delivery compared with buying in the restaurant, and why operators do this. We also discuss why DoorDash's algorithm punishes those restaurants that charge higher menu prices, and what the provider's push on the topic means for broader delivery demand. Consumers have been shifting away from pizza delivery, perhaps in part over inflation. Is DoorDash's move a sign they're worried about the same thing? We talk about that on the podcast. It's an interesting discussion on the future of delivery so check it out.
With a bold new plan for rotation, can Standard capture our hearts once more? Gerry and Bryan are laying out what they want to see from the Magic's latest effort to revive their previous flagship format. Music: Mega Man 2 "Ending theme" Remix by zookun | Music composed by Manami Matsumae & Takashi Tateishi arenadecklists.gg patreon.com/arenadecklists twitch.tv/arenadecklists youtube.com/arenadecklists twitter.com/arenadecklists twitter.com/g3rryt twitter.com/bryango
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Paul Lowry presents this TIPisode on subscription plans for patient care. Dental Menu is a complete platform that allows dental providers to offer subscription plans directly to their patients. Easily create a 'menu' of services for your patients, empowering them to select and build a plan that suits them. What does that mean? A simple path to more patients on your plans! Finally a solid alternative to dental insurance for the uninsured. If you want to set up a membership plan yourself they have free education modules at dentalmenu.com/education www.dentalmenu.com
Be our guest as we serve you up a Movie Menu of the best (and worst) movie Franchises. We also chat about The Flash, Cormac's trouble with numbers and a special segment for the ladies. You're welcome
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It's a How to Menu extravaganza as Dave and Chris talk about how to look at and break down a menu in general, before applying it to Kwame Onwuachi's critically acclaimed restaurant, Tatiana. Dave talks about stumbling upon a great crepe invention, and the show wraps up with Dave and Chris trying to figure out a Thai food order for Ying's family from Luv2eat Thai Bistro. Host: Dave Chang & Chris Ying Guest: Euno Lee Producer: Victoria Valencia, Cory McConnell, Gabi Marler, Euno Lee Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
On Today's Menu on Marsha's Plate Today we talk about Banko Brown and performance Activism Listen on all streaming Platforms https://pod.link/1293033444 BOOK RECOMMENDATION https://amzn.to/3nfcOHa Diamond Stylz Artist Initiative https://gofund.me/81780bfe Support Black Trans Women https://Blacktranswomen.org/donate Black Trans Women Support https://blacktranswomen.org/empowerher-support/ We have merch as well if you wanna support Marsha's Plate https://teespring.com/stores/marshasplate https://linktr.ee/MarshasPlate #marshasplate #girlslikeus #boyslikeus #transgender #podcast #podsincolor #podernfamily #transisbeautiful #houston #lgbt #transmen #transwomen #blackfeminism #trans101 #trans #blacktranswomen #blacktransmen #houstonpride #indiepodcast #blacktranslivesmatter #lgbtqia #lgbtq #genderidentity #pride #blackgirlmagic #blackboyjoy #podcast
Will menu price inflation ultimately hurt restaurants? Michael Swanson, an agricultural economist and consultant with Wells Fargo, joins the Restaurant Business podcast A Deeper Dive to discuss the economy and the outlook for inflation.
On this episode of 30 Screams or Less episode, we give you the Podcaster's Cut with an extra 7 minutes of content from episode 5 where we reviewed ‘The Menu'. So enjoy the mistakes that were initially edited out! Directed by Mark Mylod and written by Seth Reiss and Will Tracy, ‘The Menu' is about a young couple traveling to a remote island to eat at an exclusive restaurant where... The post 30 Screams or Less 018: The Menu (Podcaster's Cut) appeared first on Shining Wizards Network.
Kimsuki has a new reconnaissance tool. The Biden administration shares plans for AI. Reports on the ransomware taskforce report. KillNet recommits to turning a profit. Deepen Desai from Zscaler has the latest stats on Phishing. Our guest is Karen Worstell from VMware with a conversation about inclusivity. And the former CSO at Uber is sentenced. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/12/87 Selected reading. Kimsuky Evolves Reconnaissance Capabilities in New Global Campaign (SentinelOne) Ransomware Task Force Gaining Ground - May 2023 Progress Report (Ransomware Task Force) Influential task force takes stock of progress against ransomware (Washington Post) For Money and Attention: Killnet Apparently Reorganizes Again (Flashpoint) Killnet Ostracizes Leader of Anonymous Russia, Adding New Chapter to Pro-Kremlin Hacktivist Drama (Flashpoint) Former Uber CSO Joe Sullivan Avoids Prison Time Over Data Breach Cover-Up (Security Week) Former Uber security chief Sullivan avoids prison in data breach case (Washington Post)
Cinco de Mayo!!! Check out CINCO DE MENU this year. Goooooooood Stuff there. Vacation TRENDS for this summer. This will help you plan. Grateful Friday.
Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
On Today's Menu on Marsha's Plate #266 We talk to Dr Montinique McEachern aka Money from the QueerWOC podcast about the lesbian and trans coalition, bullshit Black Queer folks deal with in academia, and doing it for the future Money's IG https://www.instagram.com/bettathanmoney/ QueerWOC Podcast https://soundcloud.com/queerwoc Listen on all streaming Platforms https://pod.link/1293033444 BOOK RECOMMENDATION https://amzn.to/3nfcOHa Diamond Stylz Artist Initiative https://gofund.me/81780bfe Support Black Trans Women https://Blacktranswomen.org/donate Black Trans Women Support https://blacktranswomen.org/empowerher-support/ We have merch as well if you wanna support Marsha's Plate https://teespring.com/stores/marshasplate https://linktr.ee/MarshasPlate #marshasplate #girlslikeus #boyslikeus #transgender #podcast #podsincolor #podernfamily #transisbeautiful #houston #lgbt #transmen #transwomen #blackfeminism #trans101 #trans #blacktranswomen #blacktransmen #houstonpride #indiepodcast #blacktranslivesmatter #lgbtqia #lgbtq #genderidentity #pride #blackgirlmagic #blackboyjoy #podcast
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“I'll show you a miracle.” The journey of Fate/stay night comes to a close with the third and final chapter of the Heaven's Feel trilogy, Spring Song, and Sean and Jonathan are both in absolute awe at what this film achieves. Bringing the stories of Shirou, Sakura, Rin, Ilya, and the other surviving characters to a surprising, incredibly emotional conclusion, this final film is a true tour-de-force, with the full weight of ufotable's animation abilities brought to bear on some of Kinoko Nasu's best storytelling. Few stories close with as immense a sense of pay-off as Heaven's Feel, bringing us circling back not only to prior Fate/Zero and Fate/stay night discussions, but also The Garden of Sinners – all of it was leading to this point. Add in some jaw-dropping fight scenes, more incredible music by Yuki Kajiura and Aimer, and a heaping helping of everybody's favorite evil priest, Kirei Kotomine, and you've got an animated masterpiece for the ages. Enjoy, and come back next week for our Season 2 finale, as we dive deep with the recently re-released visual novel Witch on the Holy Night, aka Mahoutsukai no Yoru, and head on over to Shirou's house for a tasty meal with the anime mini-series Today's Menu for the Emiya Family! Time Chart: Theme Song: 0:00:00 – 0:01:14 Heaven's Feel III Review: 0:01:14 – 1:13:23 Eyecatch: 1:13:23 – 1:13:37 Heaven's Feel III Review (Cont.): 1:13:37 – 3:02:14 End Credits: 3:02:14 – 3:03:30 Subscribe to The Weekly Stuff Podcast on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheWeeklyStuffPodcast Visit our website and subscribe to Japanimation Station on all podcast platforms: http://japanimationstation.com/ Subscribe to The Weekly Stuff Podcast on all podcast platforms: http://www.weeklystuffpodcast.com Follow The Weekly Stuff Wordcast newsletter for regular updates and extra content! https://weeklystuff.substack.com “Welcome to Japanimation Station!” Lyrics by Sean Chapman, Music by Thomas Lack, featuring Hatsune Miku. https://www.thomaslack.com
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Tuxedo shopping with Murphy proved to be interesting - and why we had to call Sam. Sam adds to our Cinco de Menu this week with smash burger tacos!The unexpected emotions for a graduating high school senior.
This Is Happening with Mark Zito and Ryan Sampson
In this episode, Mark and Ryan talk about a Citi Field menu, Mark is in Miami, and Jon Bon Jovi is 4 feet away.
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Fat Brands named two people to replace Andy Wiederhorn as CEO. Subway slowed its closures last year. And Outback, Portillos, and other chains are ramping up menu introductions this week.
Musician Marcus Baldori returns to the podcast to discuss the classic Alexander Payne film Sideways and the recent Mark Mylod hit The Menu. Listen to High Vis Boys: https://linktr.ee/highvisboys Follow High Vis Boys on Instagram: @HighVisBoys Follow Johnny on Letterboxd: @JohnnyMocny Follow Johnny on Instagram and Tik Tok: @JohnnyMocnyComedy Follow the podcast on Instagram and Twitter: @WeAreMoviesPod Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WeAreMoviesPodcast --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/we-are-movies/support
This week, Monica tells us about her whirlwind trip to Europe. Back in Chicago, Monica and Louisa visit Stephanie Izard's new Little Goat Diner. Then, Monica learns about Puppy Chow cake from pastry chef Leigh Omilinsky at Daisies. Lastly, Louisa gets influenced to buy Chinese casseroles from Costco, but will they eat it? chewing.xyz chicagotribune.com/chewingpodcast facebook.com/chewingpodcast Louisa Chu: Insta @louisachu1, Twitter @louisachu Monica Eng: Insta @monicaengreporter, Twitter @monicaeng Links: Pre-order Made in Chicago: Stories Behind 30 Great Hometown Bites *Discount code S23UIP Music: Theme music: “Zhong Nan Hai” by Carsick Cars Outro music: “15 Minutes Older” by Carsick Cars Segments: “Chicago at Night” by Spoon, “This Year” by The Mountain Goats
Last week we ended with everyone going up in flames so this week we thought we'd talk about death by burning. It's a gruesome one so TW. Music for this episode is provided by: "Half Mystery" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Disney Park foodie, Kristen Hoetzel and correspondent, Parkhopper Sid shares her experience at Four Seasons Resort Orlando at the Walt Disney World Resort Spring Menu preview media event. BOOK YOUR VACATION TODAY! Book your next Disney Parks, Universal, or cruise vacation with Kristen, e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org. - PODCAST SPONSORS: GATOR FRAMEWORKS - Stands and accessories for podcasters, content creators, music, lighting, and AV equipment. Visit https://gatorframeworks.com/ - AFFILIATE LINKS: KINGDOM STROLLERS ORLANDO - https://www.kingdomstrollers.com/?ref=kristenhoetzelgo - AMAZON - https://amzn.to/3HKYfQm - DISNEY STORE - https://bit.ly/3t3joRT - GARDEN GROCER - https://bit.ly/3JQC5yj - VISIT OUR SITE http://diningatdisney.com/ - FOLLOW THE TEAM! Kristen Hoetzel http://www.instagram.com/diningatdisney/ - Cat Arcori - http://www.instagram.com/cat_astrophe/ - Producer - Aljon Go http://www.instagram.com/aljongo/ - MUSIC - Dining at Disney Theme - World Map by Jason Farnham. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/diningatdisney/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/diningatdisney/support
This week on Special Sauce, Kenji and film critic Glenn Kenny dig into The Menu, the satirical horror comedy film set in an exclusive restaurant on a private island. The film, starring Ralph Fiennes and Anya Taylor Joy, skewers foodies, the ultra wealthy, celebrity chefs, and so much more.
Dave gives an update about his commencement speech at USC, not being invited to the South Korean state dinner, and developments for content at the Majordomo Media Studio. Later, Dave and Chris try to come up with the optimal order for four at Hat Yai Restaurant in Portland. Hosts: Dave Chang and Chris Ying Guests: Euno Lee Producer: Victoria Valencia, Cory McConnell, Gabi Marler Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Shot on a shoestring in six wild weeks, CHUNGKING EXPRESS is the movie that put legendary Hong Kong filmmaker Wong Kar Wai on the international map—along with his star, pop diva Faye Wong...and her Cantonese cover of The Cranberries's hit "Dreams."Host Rico Gagliano learns how the song, the director, and the singer all came together to capture Hong Kong at a moment of anxiety and hope—and how the tune still unites people in karaoke bars across Asia. Featuring Cranberries guitarist Noel Hogan, Hong Kong-born indiepop star Emma-Lee Moss (aka Emmy The Great), Variety and Artnet writer Vivienne Chow, "Chungking" score co-composer Roel A. Garcia, and NPR critic-at large John Powers—the author, with Wong Kar Wai, of "WKW: The Cinema of Wong Kar Wai."The third season of the MUBI Podcast, titled “Needle on the Record,” dives into the unifying power of movie music and tells the stories behind some of cinema's most renowned “needle drops”—moments where filmmakers deployed pre-existing music instead of an original score. Each episode explores an iconic marriage of song and image that's become part of pop culture. It's a six-part mixtape for film lovers.CHUNGKING EXPRESS is now streaming on MUBI in India, the Netherlands, Latin America, and many other countries.SWITCHBLADE SISTERS is streaming on MUBI in the UK, Ireland, Canada, and the US. And to stream some of the films we've covered on the podcast, check out the collection Featured on the MUBI Podcast. Availability of films varies depending on your country.MUBI is a global streaming service, production company and film distributor dedicated to elevating great cinema. MUBI makes, acquires, curates, and champions extraordinary films, connecting them to audiences all over the world. A place to discover ambitious new films and singular voices, from iconic directors to emerging auteurs. Each carefully chosen by MUBI's curators.And to listen to many of the great songs featured in this season, check out our "Needle on the Record" Spotify playlist here.
Jim leads this episode on food-centric film and TV. Jim is joined by Alex and Nick to dish on Jon Faverau's 2014 comfort classic Chef, FX's The Bear, and one of our favorites from last year The Menu. Full SPOILER warning for all titles. Timestamps: Chef 1:10 The Bear 25:17 The Menu 48:59 Music provided by Podcast.co
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Find more about Allen Jay and his work in the links below:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/allenjay62Personal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allenjay62/Mindset Studios Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mindset_studios_/Eaglestower Production Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eaglestower_production_/Mindset Studios Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsRNofZ3hxuejL2eCOPCoAAWelcome back to another episode of the First Generations Podcast. Allen Jay is a returning guest and made his first appearance on the platform in episode 43. In this episode, we talk about his projects like his feature-film and his fantasy novel that is currently in the midst of being written. We talk about the themes of authenticity and identity and the roles it plays in our society and our day to day. We also unravel these themes on some recent film release discussions such as James Cameron's Avatar 2: Way of Water and a comedy horror film, The Menu.Allen Jay is an American Film Director, writer, producer and actor. He studied acting at the Camden county college for a year and in 2013, he studied film at the art institute of Philadelphia. He acted in many stage plays since he was six years old and starred in his first lead short independent film roll called “ Azul.” He went on and was a background actor in the feature film called”Creed.” Our guest also directed his first feature film called “Family Secrets.” He started and co-founded Mindset studios and is the founder of Eaglestower production. Since 2019, he has done many mini short and short films and now in the processing to release his first feature film he written and directed called “Today will be Different.” He is also in the midst of writing a fantasy novel as well.Subscribe and Follow the podcast for updates on:Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6eM...Website: https://www.thefirstgenerationspodcast.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/FirstGenera...
Native America Calling - The Electronic Talking Circle
Oglala Lakota chef Sean Sherman was named a TIME100, the magazine's list of 100 most influential people of 2023. He's a high-profile leader in the Native American food movement, the founder of non-profit groups advocating for food sovereignty, and the founder of the award-winning restaurant Owamni. Also shaking things up in the kitchen is Kickapoo chef and owner of Wahpepah's Kitchen, Crystal Wahpepah. She went head-to-head with celebrity chef Bobby Flay on the Food Network culinary competition show “Beat Bobby Flay”. In this episode of The Menu, we catch up with both chefs and also hear about how all the tribes in one state are providing traditional foods for their elders. GUESTS Sean Sherman (Oglala Lakota), chef and owner of Owamni, co-founder of The Sioux Chef and North American Traditional Indigenous Food Systems (NATIFS) Crystal Wahpepah (Kickapoo and Sac and Fox), chef and owner of Wahpepah's Kitchen Marlon Skenandore (Oneida Nation citizen), manager, Oneida Emergency Food Pantry
Keys To The Shop : Equipping the Coffee Retail Professional
Out of all the reasons that may be contributing to customers either loving or avoiding your shop, the quality of your drink beverages actually ranks pretty high. The trouble is, we all tend to assume that we have pretty much achieved a level of quality that "should" be sufficient to attract and keep customers and in that assumption we are lulled into a place of security and chance down other means to bring in more people are areas to refine, all the while our coffee is literally leaving a bad taste in people's mouths. On today's episode I am going to be sharing five things that you can do in your cafe that will absolutely level up and improve your coffee quality. When your marketing and word of mouth brings customers in to the store, both you and them will be confident that you can deliver a truly consistent specialty coffee experience worthy of the hype. Let's lean into the uncomfortable and embrace the refinement of quality as a constant pillar of who we are and how we operate! Related episodes: "Local" does not Equal Quality DETAILS 235 : 4 Tips for Training your Staff 191 : Retraining your Staff on new Standards Taste the Rainbow! : Menu knowledge, tasting, flavor, coffee cupping approach to your offerings Drink Drills! : Guidelines for using this powerful training tool in the coffee shop to get baristas ready for anything 307 : 10 Simple ways to Level Up your Coffee Shop Visit our awesome Sponsors! GROUND BREAKING BREWING MADE SIMPLE! www.groundcontrol.coffee THE BEST PLANT-BASED BEVERAGES ON THE PLANET! www.Pacificfoodservice.com
Welcome O'Hana family!! Rob is joined by the O'hana live on Facebook to talk about some Walt Disney World news and also a full run down of the new Roundup Rodeo BBQ menu that is coming to Toy Story land in 2023 Thank you for listening and please visit us at WDWBeyond.com, our Facebook page at WDW & Beyond Podcast and follow us on Instagram at @wdwbeyond.
2022 was definitely the everything bagel of movie years. No less an authority than Stephen Spielberg anointed Tom Cruise as the savior of movies this summer, which made sense given the success of "Top Gun: Maverick". Then came the fall, and excellent movies were released…and no one showed up. And even when they did, as with the $2.2 billion dollar gross accumulated by James Cameron's "Dances with Smurfs Part Deux", the movies barely seemed to make a dent in the cultural landscape. It didn't help that so many of our beloved directors released crappy movies: Aronofsky with the odious "The Whale", Russell with his how-could-it possibly-go-wrong-with-that-cast disaster "Amsterdam", Alex Garland with the puzzling (and not in an interesting way) "Men", Iñarritú inadvertently reminding us how brilliant both "Roma" and "8 ½" are with "Bardo", and the literal crapfest (elephant, in this case) that was "Babylon". Sometimes, it felt like 2022 was a living, breathing argument against the auteur theory. Yet there were some very good spots too, including not one but two really interesting portrait-of-the-filmmaker-as-a-young-man movies with "Fabelmans" and "Armageddon Time". The scene of the year? Cate Blanchett as Lydia Tar (née Linda Tarr of Staten Island!) arguing with one of her students about the pointlessness of cancelling Bach in Todd Fields' most welcome return. "Everything Everywhere" became the only film in history to win three acting Oscars and Best Picture. Underappreciated gems like "The Menu" and (sorry, John and Michael) "Don't Worry Darling", and even appreciated ones like "Aftersun" wormed their way into our brains and didn't let go, though I will never look at s'mores the same way again. And we even had a solid Oscars ceremony, with powerhouse performances by Rihanna and Lady Gaga and nearly an epic battle between Malala and Cocaine Bear. Plus, we got perhaps the most sublime moment in American film this century: David Lynch playing John Ford in a Spielberg film. That glorious scene almost took away the sour taste of the “Look, I'm doing Bergman!” montage of film history that ended "Babylon" not nearly soon enough. And while we liked "EO" better when it was "Au Hasard Balthasar", and "Living" better when it was "Ikiru", and we thought that the Siegfried Sassoon biopic "Benediction" was a better World War I film than "All Quiet", there were definitely some tasty tidbits to be found on that everything bagel. An up and down year, but to paraphrase the wondrous Lashana Lynch as Miss Honey in Matilda, it wasn't much, but it was enough for us.
We're back for another week of shit talking and movie watching! This week, join us for Michelin Star realness and a huge helping of Tyler's Bull Shit. That's right-it's The Menu. Bon appetite! Our intro music is made using sounds from freesound.org Sound 1: https://freesound.org/s/245086/ by Aiyumi CC 2.0 Sound 2: https://freesound.org/s/348858/ by R_mac CC by 2.0 The music for our Ratings Section is Danse Macabre by Camillie Saint-Saens Our Outro music is made with https://freesound.org/s/245086/ by Aiyumi CC 2.0.
Pam and Mike are both just back from Walt Disney World and share some great tips to make your next Walt Disney World vacation even better! We discuss experiencing Tron and tips with both riding this awesome coaster and getting through the virtual queue process! Pam also talks about staying in the newly-refurbished rooms at Disney's All-Star Sports and Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. Also, Pam gives a quick review of the newly re-opened Narcoossee's restaurant at the Grand Floridian, and we also talk about what it felt like to be in the Magic Kingdom for the first-night that Happily Ever After was back in the skies! Also, we discuss the runDisney Springtime Surprise Weekend as well! We hope you enjoy today's podcast! Please visit our website at www.beourguestpodcast.com. Thank you so much for your support of our podcast! Become a Patron of the show at www.Patreon.com/BeOurGuestPodcast. Also, please follow the show on Twitter @BeOurGuestMike and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/beourguestpodcast. Thanks to our friends at The Magic For Less Travel for sponsoring today's podcast!
The whole relationship between artists and its patrons, food and foodie culture is cooked up and served for discussion, critique, and pointed action as one rogue chef (played by Ralph Fiennes) decides he's had enough. Equal parts hilarious, pretentious and unsettling, we clearly both lapped up the wicked dish that director Mark Mylod was serving.
Just a couple of quick goodies for you on this midweek Breakfast All Day episode. Alonso and Christy review "Suzume," the latest animated film from the great Japanese writer-director Makoto Shinkai ("Your Name.," "Weathering With You"). In news, we discuss the Writers Guild of America voting nearly unanimously to strike, the debacle of the live "Love Is Blind" reunion on Netflix, Jonathan Majors, the "World of Barbie" experience, Vidiots and more. Over at our Patreon, we revisit David Lynch's 1986 noir thriller "Blue Velvet" for our April Off the Menu. And be sure to join us Wednesday, April 19 at Noon PDT on our YouTube channel for a LIVE Ask Us Anything segment. Hope to see you!
Crazy Money with Paul Ollinger
Chef Frankie Celenza started his culinary career with an illicit George Foreman grill in his prep school dorm room. Today, Frankie is the Emmy award-winning host of the Tastemade's hit show Struggle Meals. Frankie believes you don't have to spend a lot of money to cook (and eat) well. He wants more people preparing their own food because he believe it is a fundamental way to take control of their health, well-being, and finances. Not only that, but cooking is a social and enjoyable act of service and love, and one of the things that make humans unique. In this conversation, Frankie and I discuss: The benefits of attending boarding school What it was like to work with Mario Batali His thoughts on Netflix's The Menu and Hulu's The Bear His favorite books on food and cooking The essential basics to outfit a kitchen Whether organic food is worth it Check out the new season of Struggle Meals here !
Sarah is fueling up for this episode with a party size platter of hoagies, and it is glorious. This isn't the only fun food-related incident today, though. Oh no, we also learn that Sarah loved muffins so much as a child that she ATE THE WRAPPERS as well. She blames this habit on having an "almond mom," and we learn why these moms were common in the 90s. She also laments Eli's abstention from bread and admits she's not cut out for the Keto lifestyle. We hear from two food critics who teaches us how to order from a menu like a pro, and they include some tips we did not see coming. Hear what they have to say about classic foods, the reason soups are overlooked, and why short ribs are for rookies. We strategize the best order in which to eat your food, learn how to talk to servers, and talk crap on people who refuse to share. Plus, we learn why turtles hibernate for several months each year and we are livid about the Dali Lama scandal. Join our book club, shop our merch, sign-up for our free newsletter, & more by visiting The Brain Candy Podcast website: Connect with us on social media: BCP Instagram: Susie's Instagram: Sarah's Instagram: BCP Twitter: Susie's Twitter: Sarah's Twitter: Get $30 off the first box - PLUS free Croissants in every box - when you go to to start your subscription! Get an exclusive 15% off your first order when you visit Visit to take advantage of this limited-time offer for 10% off your next purchase! More podcasts at WAVE:
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