Today on the show we will review how tonic water and sparklings can work as a flavor component in your cocktails that then can be paired to your cheeses. Plus, what are the differences in tonic water? We sit down live for the first time in Bushwick since the pandemic began to chat with Samantha Kane, a CCP certified cheesemonger and a regional key account manager at Fever-Tree USA.Photos Courtesy of Samantha Kane.Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Cutting the Curd by becoming a member!Cutting the Curd is Powered by Simplecast.
It's the end of the journey, and the beginning of another. Feels very Tolkien, right? In this 100th, and possibly last, episode of Pairing, Emma and Winston return to Pairing's origins to discuss another of Tolkien's works, The Silmarillion. We reflect on our experience making Pairing and Emma's wine philosophy. We're here for a good time, not a long time, so let's enjoy it. Plus: blending mythologies, committing to an emotional experience, Big Ahab Energy, musicality and wine, #notallchardonnay, and the orc violist fanfiction. Thank you to everyone who made Pairing possible. Find Us Online: If you enjoy Pairing, follow us on social media and tell your friends! Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, & Tumblr @PairingPodcast. Also check out our website, www.thepairingpodcast.com Please consider leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts, as that's one of the best ways to get more people listening in! Support Us: Become a Pairing Patron on Patreon to get access to exclusive content, personalized pairings, bonus episodes, and more! And do't forget to check out our Merch store! About Pairing: Pairing was created, hosted, and produced by Emma Sherr-Ziarko, with music and audio recording by Winston Shaw, and artwork by Darcy Zimmerman and Katie Huey. This episode was edited by Emma Sherr-Ziarko.
Do the Jews hold the secret to financial prosperity? Joining Chris Miles for today's episode is Rabbi Daniel Lapin, known widely as America's Rabbi, a noted rabbinic scholar, best-selling author, and a TV host. Pairing his inheritance as a descendant of a multi-generational rabbinical family with his background in science and business, he teaches ancient Jewish wisdom in an unparalleled manner. With insights from his book, Thou Shall Prosper: Ten Commandments for Making Money, Rabbi Daniel shares important principles around making money in business. It's not so much about religion but about how you do business. Listen in for more valuable lessons that will guide you to prosperity.
Rain drops keep falling on my head. Carts on the path today, Jr? Reliving Iggy going off the path at Normandie. Slow play. Pairing up in golf. Rain out last night. Twin bill today. Last time that Jay and Iggy went to Busch. Jay's handicap. It's raining like crazy today.
Revisiting the Flavor Pairing concept with a simpler framework. In this episode, we are deciphering pairing from a broader approach of flavors: - intro - food flavor category - flavor pairing framrework
Here are some goodies! Today 3 songs get tackled and digested. "Who We Are" and "Shattered Faith" via Punk-O-Rama 8, and then the rough mix of "The Defense" from Punk-O-Rama 7. Brought to you by Bad Religion and Company. Not Bad Company. I'll stop now. +=++======+==++++===+=======+++++===+++=+=== FAMCAST THEME SONG written/performed by McQueen (instagram.com/mcqueen_studios), vox by myself.... If you want to hire me to make music with you: https://featuredx.com/feature/josh-kemble/ or DM me!! I take venmo too: @joshuack IJS ... THANKS FOR LISTENING AS ALWAYS -- LOVE CHEF JOSH (YOSH) Follow the show on instagram.com/thefamilycast and for more exclusive content check patreon.com/familycast and linktr.ee/familycast for all the links!! Check out buymeacoffee.com/punkchef too... Please leave a rating and review, wherever you listen. Tremendous! . You need a KNIFE or 2? or 3! check out GRUMPY CHEF: visit grumpychefshop.com use code FAMCAST at checkout for 15% off everything! BE SURE TO CHECK OUT THE YOUTUBE CHANNEL (video clips of the interviews) Get some HYDRATION: shop liquiddeath.com and use code FAMCAST at checkout. Stay up to date on music I'm making/have done: https://soundcloud.com/atwarwithin and SAINT DIDACUS: saintdidacus.bandcamp.com .. #chefjoshkemble ================== #foodandmusicislifeyes ============= #thepunkchefpodcast =============== #thefamilycast =============== #punkchefpairings ============= #SRRSS share | rate | review | subscribe | support ==================== --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/familycast/message
Awesome time hanging out with fellow StickMen Originals, Simp and Remy, on another great episode pairing the Balvenie 12 Year Double Wood with the DBL Cigars by Francisco Almonte. Episode Content00:00 Introduction01:00 Loyal to Ash Cigar Subscription05:10 Simp is the Champ...... again07:34 Puffing on DBL Cigars10:15 Introducing The Balvenie 12 Year Double Wood12:00 History on Balvenie 12 Year Double Wood14:30 Nosing the Balvenie 12 Year Double Wood16:05 Tasting the Balvenie 12 Year Double Wood18:30 The Finish of the Balvenie 12 Year Double Wood19:15 Thoughts on the Pairing of the DBL Cigar with the Balvenie 12 Year Double Wood25:00 The Final Verdict on the Balvenie 12 Year Double WoodHelp us to continue to make great content! Your donations are truly appreciated! - Puff, Sip, Chat Swag Available at: https://www.puffsipchat.com/- CashApp - $thestickmen- PayPal at https://www.paypal.com/donate hosted_button_id=3J2PBSCZDTFE6Puff, Sip, Chat is hosted by Reggie Kimble (aka StickMan #1) and Co-host Sean Simpson (aka StickMan Simp). What makes us unique is that we cover the Cigar and Whiskey scene in our neighborhoods across the globe. Look out for our Whiskey Reviews, Cigar Reviews and Interviews with the cigar lifestyle influencers that make what we do so much fun! Our motto is to always "Puff, Sip, Chat ... Repeat"Support the show
Emma and Winston sit down to discuss their latest and greatest obsession: Critical Role. We wax poetic about the talents of Matt Mercer and the gang's storytelling and voice acting abilities, and Emma pairs wine with the characters of Vox Machina and The Mighty Nein. Featuring: wine-themed tongue twisters, Mollydooker for Mollymauk, collecting dice sets, Rogue Vine Wines, wine by Tool, Dancing Leitz, great character design, and your país should you choose to accept it. Find Us Online: If you enjoy Pairing, follow us on social media and tell your friends! Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, & Tumblr @PairingPodcast. Also check out our website, www.thepairingpodcast.com Please consider leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts, as that's one of the best ways to get more people listening in! Support Us: Become a Pairing Patron on Patreon to get access to exclusive content, personalized pairings, bonus episodes, and more! And do't forget to check out our Merch store! About Pairing: Pairing was created, hosted, and produced by Emma Sherr-Ziarko, with music and audio recording by Winston Shaw, and artwork by Darcy Zimmerman and Katie Huey. This episode was edited by Emma Sherr-Ziarko.
If you love wine and you love books, this is the perfect episode for you! Joe is joined by his son Giuseppe who selects three fantastic books and then they pair those books with three great wines. Each of these wine and book choices are fun, interesting, compelling, and conversation pieces all on their own, but together they are the perfect pairing of books and wine. Afterall, if you are choosing books and wines for your book club, we think the wine should be just as interesting as the books to talk about. We recommend three fabulous books for your next book club or even just reading on your own - A Certain Hunger by Chelsea G Summers, Luster by Raven Leilani, and In the Dream House by Carmen Maria Machado. And we pair them with three equally excellent wines - these are book and wine pairings that are sure to please even your pickiest friends. Wines reviewed in this episode: 2018 Fattoria di Basciano Chianti Rufina, 2021 Pierre Henri Morel Laudun Côtes-du-Rhone Villages, and 2018 Michael Lavelle Iris Zinfandel.
Which Bourbon whiskeys will Bourbon expert Tom Fischer and Kern's Kitchen President Alan Rupp pair with Louisville's Kentucky Derby Pie Listen to this podcast as they discuss the history of Kern's Kitchen's famous Kentucky Derby Pie and Pecan Pie. With a history dating back to 1954, the Kern's Derby Pie with the chocolate and walnuts pie plus the Golden Pecan Pie are both legends. Want a virtual bourbon tasting to pair with your next Zoom meeting? Contact email@example.com and visit BourbonBlog.com/tastings for more details --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bourbonblog/support
Jon Payne and Joe Lynch discuss truckload pricing dynamics. Jon is the Director of Pricing Strategy & Analytics at Loadsmart, a freight technology company that is removing the barriers between shippers and carriers so freight can move in the most efficient, transparent and automated way. About Jon Payne Jon Payne is the Director of Pricing Strategy & Analytics at Loadsmart, a leading digital freight technology company. Jon directs a team of Analysts & Data Scientists focused on optimizing algorithmic pricing and innovating business strategies by leveraging Loadsmart's supply and demand data. Under Jon's leadership, Loadsmart has developed and gone to market with several customized pricing solutions for shippers, including Reliable Contracts, a dynamic contract solution that guarantees 100% PTA and incentivizes Loadsmart to purchase below market. Prior to joining Loadsmart in 2019, Jon began his career as an Analyst in Investment Banking at J.P. Morgan. Jon holds a B.S. in Economics at Duke University where he also spent his 4 years in a leadership role as a Student Manager for the Men's Basketball Team. About Loadsmart Loadsmart is a freight technology company that is removing the barriers between shippers and carriers so freight can move in the most efficient, transparent and automated way. By bringing shippers, carriers, and warehouses together on a connected platform, Loadsmart is helping to solve deep-rooted inefficiencies in transportation. Loadsmart's Flatbed Messenger leverages artificial intelligence, machine learning and strategic partnerships to bring the first supply-led marketplace. Flatbed Messenger eliminates empty miles by matching Home Depot's dedicated capacity to Loadsmart shippers who need flatbed services. Enterprise brands looking to reduce empty miles from their dedicated/private flatbed capacity can reach out directly to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Key Takeaways: Truckload Pricing Dynamics Jon Payne is the Director of Pricing Strategy & Analytics at Loadsmart, a leading digital freight technology company. In the podcast interview, Joe and Jon discussed truckload pricing dynamics including dynamic pricing engines, reliable contracts, and the network effect. Dynamic pricing enables shippers to get an instant freight quotes created by a dynamic pricing tool that delivers the right price with guaranteed capacity. No more back and forth emails and phone calls haggling over pricing. Dynamic pricing powered by artificial intelligence provides an instant rate that reflects the most updated market intelligence. Loadsmart also has the ability to quote multiple modes (LTL, Truckload, rail, etc.) Reliable contracts is Loadsmart's antidote to the wild price swings that are common in the freight market. When a broker is unable to provide capacity for a given lane, the shipper sometimes finds themselves in the spot market, where they may pay dearly for a truck. Loadsmart's reliable contracts solutions provides shippers with a target price and a “ceiling price” which is the not to exceed price. When a shipper working with Loadsmart pays above the target price, Loadsmart gets a reduced margin. With reliable contracts shippers are less likely to be forced in the spot rate market and Loadsmart has an incentive to meet the target price. Reliable contracts ensures that Loadsmart is aligned with the customer (shipper) which leads to better lane coverage, lower pricing, and a win-win relationship between Loadsmart and their customer. Loadsmart now benefits from the “network effect” which means they have sufficient scale (shipments moved) that they have more data, more insights, more capacity, and more capability to do help their customers and carrier partners. If you are a carrier looking for a back haul, Loadsmart is more likely to have a solution because they probably have freight in your vicinity. Loadsmart is a Chicago-based freight tech company founded in 2014. As the ‘nerds of logistics', they seek intelligence in data to solve deep rooted inefficiencies in the industry. Pairing advanced technologies with deep-seated industry expertise, Loadsmart fuels growth, simplifies operational complexity and bolsters efficiency for carriers and shippers alike. Loadsmart gives their customers access to their data connections that link supply and demand in addition to a suite of award-winning solutions to strike the perfect balance of cost and service. Loadsmart has acquired or developed a full suite of freight tech solutions that enables them to better serve shippers and carriers: Kamion (truck management system), RFP Guide (RFP management), OpenDock (dock scheduling). Learn More About Truckload Pricing Dynamics Jon's LinkedIn Loadsmart LinkedIn Loadsmart Market Recap Beyond Cost Per Load with Felipe Capella What Will Tomorrow's Freight Broker Do with Ben Buchanan Home Depot's Empty Mile Solution with Eduardo Silva Redefining Freight Brokerage with Nick Jensen The Market Recap with Chloe Castillo The Logistics of Logistics Podcast If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a positive review, subscribe, and share it with your friends and colleagues. The Logistics of Logistics Podcast: Google, Apple, Castbox, Spotify, Stitcher, PlayerFM, Tunein, Podbean, Owltail, Libsyn, Overcast Check out The Logistics of Logistics on Youtube
Two global pharma technology experts share some of the unique ways they've been working with Zebra customers and partners to address the top challenges faced throughout the supply chain today. Tune in now then visit the Your Edge Blog to learn more about the solutions and best practices discussed.
Welcome to another month of curdbox! This is our July curdbox, and this one is Born in the USA. This month we're celebrating America's birthday with makers from across the country.In this podcast, you'll hear Jenn and Julie taste their way through San Geronimo by Nicasio Valley Cheese, Grand Cru Surchoix by Roth Cheese, and the Hoop Cheese from Striplings General Store. Pairing up with those, we have the Michigan Blueberry Preserves from Brownwood Farms, Everything Goes Nuts from Bobby Sue's Nuts, and the Prosciutto Americano from La Quercia.If you'd like to “eat along”, subscribe to your own curdbox at curdbox.com! Follow us @curdbox, and follow the producers in this box at: @nicasiovalleycheese, @rothcheese, @striplingsgeneralstore, @brownwood_farms, @bobbysuesnuts, and @laquercia.
Luz Bickert, Senior Social Media Manager at Chili's, and Melissa Rivers, Director of Social at Mattress Firm, joined the Social Pros podcast to shed some light on how social media teams can collaborate productively. Huge thanks to our amazing sponsors for helping us make this happen. Please support them; we couldn't do it without their help! This week: Salesforce Marketing Cloud Full Episode Details Successful social media campaigns all have a number of things in common – effective social listening and being receptive to collaborators are some of the key ones. But what if those collaborators are from a different company entirely? Luz Bickert, Senior Social Media Manager at Chili's, and Melissa Rivers, Director of Social at Mattress Firm, discuss how they successfully navigated a collaborative social media campaign for April Fools' Day. Is it best to thoroughly plan these joint exploits or make decisions off-the-cuff? How do you make decisions without a conflict of interest? Do you plan to go viral or just put all you can into connecting with your audience? Find out the answers to these questions and more in this episode of Social Pros. In This Episode: 4:21 – Luz introduces herself 5:02 – Melissa introduces herself 6:46 – The audience reaction to their social media collab 9:50 – The early stages of the Chili's-Mattress Firm collab 13:39 – How the fan reaction felt 16:41 – How they responded to fans after the collab 19:36 – How other companies responded on social media 21:45 – Engagement goals and metrics 25:05 – The do's and don'ts of social media collaboration 29:13 – The benefits of human social listening 33:46 – Luz and Melissa's advice on how to become a social pro Resources Get the new State of Marketing report for free from Salesforce Schedule a consultation with ICUC Grab your free Social Media Audit Bundle Check out the ‘Margarita Mattress' Connect with Luz on LinkedIn Connect with Melissa on LinkedIn Follow Luz on Twitter Visit SocialPros.com for more insights from your favorite social media marketers.
Taste Radio's hosts discussed several recently announced collaborations, including those of high-profile drink brands that have aligned to create new RTD cocktails, a well-known entertainer and an upstart energy drink company and a humanitarian initiative that connects with better-for-you brands. They also chatted about notable new products, including a line of shelf-stable tamales, NA wine and beer and a protein bar with a somewhat odd name. Show notes: 0:52: It Wasn't Intended To Be A “Gotcha.” The Uniform, Upgraded. Cookies Make Ray Happy. – After a brief chat about the perpetual problem of uneven heating and cooling in offices, Ray puts John on the spot about a prediction that came true and the hosts collectively spoke about what moves their needles for canned cocktails. They also praised UNSTUCK, an initiative that connects leading CPG brands with suppliers that hire refugees, offered mixed opinions about a brand-centric music video and lauded innovative new products, in particular an amaretto-flavored cola, spiked aguas frescas and soft, doughy cookies. Brands in this episode: Coca-Cola, Jack Daniel's, Frecsa, Simply, Vita Coco, Captain Morgan, Topo Chico, Chobani, That's it, La Colombe, GoodPop, Petit Pot, Pitaya Foods, Joyburst, Gruvi, Visitor Beer, Fillo's, A Dozen Cousins, Calidad, Jambar, Powerbar, Ghia, Brooklyn Cannery, Bell's Cookie Co.
No matter what you know about the Enneagram or how you move through its framework and the centers of intelligence, I want you to know that the body never lies.We have three centers of intelligence: the head (intellectual), the heart (emotional), and the body (physical). But the one that should be your main compass is your body. Your body is the house and vehicle for your core Enneagram type. So how can you learn to tune into what your body is trying to tell you?Today on the show, I am introducing you to the importance of combining somatic work with emotional intelligence and the Enneagram. I walk you through my two-and-a-half-year health scare and how 14 different specialists failed to tell me what my own body was trying to communicate.On this episode of The Leadership Formula, I discuss what intuition really is and how you can listen to the signs and symptoms your body is sending you and marry that information with the tools of the Enneagram to free yourself from suffering a lot faster. Listen in to learn how to honor your vessel and heed your inner compass so you can relax and let go of the things that are disrupting your life more quickly, because a body that is calm and in flow can do magical things in this world.Did you know an Enneagram Kickstart Session is about more than just discovering your type? It's a deep dive into the mind-body connection and learning to listen to your intuition for success in all areas of your life. Click here to book yours TODAY!What You Will Learn What is the missing piece in the world of the Enneagram What your nervous system is trying to tell you How the body, soul, intuition, and The Divine are all connectedHow using the Enneagram with your body's alert system can help you get to the root of your problemsThe connection between symptoms in certain parts of our body and stressors in your lifeThe fastest way to free yourself from sufferingWhy it's vital to marry the Enneagram and the somatic work for a NEXT LEVEL lifeConnect with Tracytracyomalley.comwww.instagram.com/tracy_omalleywww.facebook.com/tracy.omalleytwitter.com/TracyOMallwww.linkedin.com/in/tracy-o-malley/Email Tracy email@example.com Resources Apply for 1:1 Enneagram Coaching:http://tracyomalley.com/workwithme/Book an Enneagram Kickstart Session:http://tracyomalley.com/workwithme/Review The Leadership Formula on Apple Podcasts:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-leadership-formula-podcast-enneagram-success/id1491541582Email firstname.lastname@example.org
On this episode of the Strategy with Jason Podcast, Ted Lam joins Jason in Toronto at Canada's Used Car Week to discuss Giving Customers Choices, Pairing Deals Better & Making Customers Feel Valued. www.strategywithjason.com for more content, bookings and information. Listen To The Full Podcast Episode Here: Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/giving-customers-choices-pairing-deals-better-making/id1454551179?i=1000569581211 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/3ZgunkXfDWGZUCoPjmHJ83?si=RNwt7yBKRVmjlOyKBIbj4w YouTube: https://youtu.be/ksi4uEQwEZs Digital Dealership Solutions: ddsolutions.ca Strategy With Jason: strategywithjason.com Bell2Bell: bell2bell.ca Listen To The Strategy With Jason Podcast: Apple Podcast: apple.co/3IwlT3v Spotify: spoti.fi/3fT8V3H Soundcloud: bit.ly/347rnDb Jason Harris Twitter: twitter.com/StratWJason Instagram: www.instagram.com/strategywithjason/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/StrategyWithJason LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/strategywithjason/ Website: www.strategywithjason.ca Ted Lam: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ted-lam-75b5a81b1/
In our previous CNA Justice Talks podcast, we discussed the understudied phenomenon of labor trafficking. In this episode, Hildy Saizow leads a discussion with Dr. Thema Monroe-White and Luther Tyus about the definition of data bias, how to understand data bias from a historical lens, the harms in using biased data in present day, and what can be done to mitigate harm while using algorithmic practices in the justice system.
Bill and I get together for a new podcast after an extended absence. On this podcast you can find out where we've been, what's new in wine country and what we've been drinking and eating.It's summertime so we find ourselves drinking less red wine and more rosé and white wines. Our wine recommendation for this week is the Mönchhof Ürzig Würzgarten Riesling Kabinett. The Mönchhof is said to be one of the oldest wine estates in the West German Mosel Valley dating back to 1177. This fruity off dry version of a 100% Riesling is grown on vertiginous, brick colored, cliff-like hills that tower over the village of Urzig which sits on the left bank of the Mosel river.A light yellow color with a tinge of green this Riesling has a lovely green apple, lime, lees and jasmine blossom nose. Lovely baking spice, honeyed peaches complexity on the palate, with fresh bright acidity balancing out the light sweetness. A lovely way to welcome in the summer this sublime Riesling would pair well with a variety of fried foods, charcuterie boards, vegetables and sushi. Thanks to everyone for listening. Cheers! World Beer Cup 2022
Your Insiders are: Laurie / Oushinery / outshinery.com Nick / Wine Owners / business.wineowners.com Jonathan / Bottlebooks / bottlebooks.me Seb / Troly / troly.io Australia's leading wine authority to close office in China as exports plunge https://www.cnbc.com/2022/06/21/australias-leading-wine-authority-to-close-office-in-china-as-exports-plunge.html Flat pack plastic bottles https://www.goodfood.com.au/drinks/wine/its-hip-to-be-square-with-your-wine-as-flatpack-eco-bottle-launches-nationally-20220630-h24ry4 Bordeaux château fraud https://www.thedrinksbusiness.com/2022/07/owner-of-bordeaux-chateau-arrested-in-huge-fake-bordeaux-supermarket-fraud/ Should we give up on pairing apps? https://www.everydaydrinking.com/p/food-and-drink-pairings-are-ridiculous https://www.vinography.com/2020/04/food_and_wine_pairing_is_junk https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0308814621024730 Wine searches serge in Google https://www.thedrinksbusiness.com/2022/06/searches-for-wine-see-huge-acceleration-on-google/
The Boyz gotta go fast! Wait, didn't we use that already? Well, who doesn't love a good sequel? Speaking of: Sonic The Hedgehog 2! Pairing with episode 126 of our All-Sonic PowerHour+, Ya Boyz watch the speedy sequel! *This is based off the version currently on Paramount+* For all things RudeBoyz, head to: linktr.ee/rudeboyz Find us on Podbean, YouTube, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and TuneIn! Thanks for listening, leave a comment & join the RudeNation!
Mary Herbert as a mom of four biological children, has walked through parenthood as an adoptee trying to understand more about her own childhood through raising children of my own. Each chapter of Mary's life has brought new questions and curiosities that many will never understand. Walking through parenthood, or young adulthood or even your later in life chapters learning about where you came from can be alarming and frankly disconcerting. Pairing with someone who has been through the wringer as far as a story of adoptee search and reunification is a benefit only another adoptee can provide. Mary Herbert is on Instagram @becauseadoption and her website is Becauseadoption.com Music by Corey Quinn
Christian & Thad grab some cold ones and their bibs and head over to Mishawaka to The Prized Pig BBQ restaurant. Owner, pit master and friend Jeremy provided the BBQ and the hosts brought the beer. They provided beer from sponsors South Bend Brew Werks and Studebaker Brewing Co. also a beer from Lakeville Brew Crew. The three sample the beer and meat and home made BBQ sauces (can be purchased in growlers), until they had the “meat sweats”. Crack a Cold One & Enjoy the Podcast! Find links to ALL things mBR & links to sponsors at www.michianabeerreviewers.com CHEERS!
Dr. Karen James is a staff scientist at the Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory in Maine. She is trained in genetics, and she applies her skills to environmental, conservation, and restoration research. In particular, Karen uses DNA to identify animals and plants, including those collected by citizen scientists for conservation and restoration projects. Karen spends her free time outside on the trails of Acadia National Park near where she lives. She does a lot of gardening, hiking, biking, and cross country skiing to get as much time outdoors as possible. She received her PhD in Genetics from the University of Washington and conducted postdoctoral research at the Natural History Museum in London before joining the MDI Lab. Karen is also Co-Founder and Director of UK-based charity The HMS Beagle Trust which is working to rebuild the HMS Beagle and retrace the journey of Charles Darwin with a new generation of students and scientists. In this interview, Karen shares more about her life and science.
Wines and barbecue make a perfect pairing, but depending on the type of barbecue you like - Kansas City barbecue or Memphis barbecue or Carolina barbecue or Texas barbecue - there are different types of wines that will definitely pair better. Intimidated?!? Don't be! We got you covered! In this episode, we discuss different types of barbecue styles and wines that should go well with them. And we taste and review three different styles of red wine that are great fits. One is a fizzy, frothy, and fun Lambrusco, another is a rich and deep Tempranillo, and a third is a balanced and flexible Sangiovese. Listen to learn more about what we think of these wines, and how to make a perfect wine pairing at your next barbecue. Wines reviewed in this episode: Lini 910 Labrusca Rosso Lambrusco, 2016 Pico Cuadro Ribera del Duero Tempranillo, and 2020 Podere La Berta Sangiovese Superiore.
Tony often says that pairing food with wine is like pairing music with dance. Some pairing partners match up seamlessly, but what about when things get complicated? This week Tony and Chef Cindy explore how to properly pair two opinionated partners - fish and red wine. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This one is a little different... think of it like being at one of my seated dinners/pairing events. Music. Thoughts on the songs. Why they pair with the food and drinks. Just a Chef talking to some folks ready to enjoy their meal. Please, listen with an open mind! Stay tasty. All songs are by other artists, I do not own any of the music. +=++======+==++++===+=======+++++===+++=+=== FAMCAST THEME SONG written/performed by McQueen (instagram.com/mcqueen_studios), vox by myself.... If you want to hire me to make music with you: https://featuredx.com/feature/josh-kemble/ or DM me!! I take venmo too: @joshuack IJS ... THANKS FOR LISTENING AS ALWAYS -- LOVE CHEF JOSH (YOSH) Follow the show on instagram.com/thefamilycast and for more exclusive content check patreon.com/familycast and linktr.ee/familycast for all the links!! Check out buymeacoffee.com/punkchef too... Please leave a rating and review, wherever you listen. Tremendous! . You need a KNIFE or 2? or 3! check out GRUMPY CHEF: visit grumpychefshop.com use code FAMCAST at checkout for 15% off everything! BE SURE TO CHECK OUT THE YOUTUBE CHANNEL (video clips of the interviews) Get some HYDRATION: shop liquiddeath.com and use code FAMCAST at checkout. Stay up to date on music I'm making/have done: https://soundcloud.com/atwarwithin and SAINT DIDACUS: saintdidacus.bandcamp.com .. #chefjoshkemble ================== #foodandmusicislifeyes ============= #thepunkchefpodcast =============== #thefamilycast =============== #punkchefpairings ============= #SRRSS share | rate | review | subscribe | support ==================== --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/familycast/message
The ASHP Practice Advancement Initiative (PAI) 2030 provides aspiration guidance and is intended to propel changes in pharmacy practice that will have a major impact on the responsible use of medicines. Student Societies of Health-System Pharmacists (SSHPs) are actively promoting the pillars of PAI 2030 within their chapters. In this podcast episode, we will highlight examples of how to incorporate PAI into SSHP initiatives. The information presented during the podcast reflects solely the opinions of the presenter. The information and materials are not, and are not intended as, a comprehensive source of drug information on this topic. The contents of the podcast have not been reviewed by ASHP, and should neither be interpreted as the official policies of ASHP, nor an endorsement of any product(s), nor should they be considered as a substitute for the professional judgment of the pharmacist or physician.
From watching out for the hook during fly fishing to which mead cocktail to drink while eradicating an invasive species. Evan has quite the resume with fish and mead and he shares with us his thoughts on how to combine the two...and why! As usual we get into some random side talks, like why Evan's job was once to actually **squeeze** fish, but it's always good for a few laughs.Enjoy the episode and keep sending us your thoughts, questions, and episode ideas so Evan and Nick keep having an excuse to sit down and and throw random fun into a mic.Share the Meadcast with your friends! They'll love ya for it!Meadcast.transistor.fmLeave us a voicemail to use on a future show:speakpipe.com/drinkinghornSpecial thanks to Every Day is a Food Day for "letting us" steal their callback idea, *chuckle* Go give their episodes a listen...although be warned, they are MUCH better at this than we are!Skal!
Sémillon used to be the most planted white grape in the world. From its native home in France to Australia, Chile, South Africa, Argentina, and beyond, it was planted en masse to pump out large quantities of flavorless bulk white wine. The problem was that Sémillon doesn't cooperate when it's forced to high yields. It loses acidity and it lacks flavor unlike some other grapes that can still muster some umph when over-cropped (Chenin blanc, Sauvignon blanc, Colombard, to name three). For this reason, plantings were replaced and the grape became unpopular. Photo: Sémillon, Bordeaux.com Today it is grown in limited quantities but two distinct areas– Sauternes/Barsac and Pessac-Leognan in Bordeaux and the Hunter Valley of Australia -- create wines that are incredibly specific and unique. Demand and fascination with these iconic wines means that cultivation of this grape is not doomed! Here are the show notes: The origins of the grape Although we don't know the parentage, we do know the grape is from southwestern France. It is likely from Bordeaux Until the 1700s, producers were only using the grape in Sauternes (at this point it was already a sweet wine, as records from 1717-1736 at the local abbey show) Later, it was found in St-Emilion, from which it derives its name. The name most likely comes from Selejun – the local pronunciation of Saint-Emilion Sémillon in the vineyard A thick-skinned grape, part of the reason it was so widely planted was that this feature makes Sémillon pretty resistant to molds and mildews (although, thankfully not botrytis). This feature of the grape helps make it easy to grow and it can be quite vigorous, which is why it was so used and abused in the past! The grape buds later and ripens earlier than its blending partner, Sauvignon blanc, and this short growing window means it is not as susceptible to spring or autumn frosts The grape is versatile on soil types – it can thrive on gravel, calcareous clay, sand, and other types making it incredibly adaptable Fully ripe Sémillon will have big yellow to nearly copper colored berries Low yields are best Château d'Yquem, the most famous Sauternes producer in the world, allegedly makes one glass per vine. The rest of Sauternes yields about 24hl/ha, and lower quality regions yield 80 -100 hl/ha. Hunter Valley in Australia – 60 hl/ha **M.C. Ice and I fully acknowledge that we have no idea what a hl/ha looks like but we use the numbers for comparison sake – ratios are still helpful, right? ** Photo: Australian Semillon, courtesy Wine Australia Climate can vary enormously and the grape can still perform: In Sauternes, special climate conditions must exist (we discuss later) Top dry white areas of Graves and Pessac-Leognan have warmer sites for Sémillon, which allows it to get fully ripe, adding lushness to the blend with Sauvignon blanc In Hunter valley, humidity with tropical storms are best! Because the area has strong cloud cover there is less direct sun so it slows photosynthesis, despite heat. The humid afternoons somehow help build acidity. The light, sandy soils that contain some loam and iron have good drainage, during rain We discuss the growing regions for most of the remaining part of the show France: Bordeaux France grows more Sémillon than any other country and most of the plantings are in Bordeaux, specifically – Graves, Pessac-Leognan, and Sauternes 50 or so years ago, half the production in Bordeaux was white, mostly from Semillon, which traditionally made up 4/5 of any white wine in the area, sweet or white, but now has taken a backseat to Sauvignon Blanc, which offers more acidity to the wine in a warming climate Photo: Bordeaux vineyard, Getty Images via Canva subscription Sauternes, Barsac In Sauternes, Barsac (please see episode 369 for more info) and the sweet appellations of Cadillac, Ste Croix du Mont, Loupiac, and Cerons Sémillon is always partnered with Sauvignon blanc, which also receives botrytis well but maintains its acidity. Wines are hand harvested, with several passes through the vineyard to get the right level of botrytis, which can be patchy and can be grey rot if it developed poorly on the grapes Botrytis is a fungus that affects the grapes right when the fruit forms. It concentrates sugar and creates honeyed, apricot, mango flavors with a viscous mouthfeel from the glycerol it produces. Alcohol levels range in the region -- the minimum in Sauternes is 13% but it can well over 20% ABV For botrytis to form, a region needs foggy nights and early morning, followed by warm and sunny days. This is essential in the autumn, and is a very consistent weather pattern in the sweet wine regions of Bordeaux, which botrytized wine can be made nearly every year These wines are aged for long periods in oak barrels Some, like Chateau Climens in Barsac, are 100% Sémillon Dry white appellations In Graves and the lighter, sandier regions of Pessac-Leognan, Sémillon is often the biggest percentage of the blend. The best versions – Haut-Brion Blanc and La Mission Haut-Brion Blanc (different Châteaux, owned by the same group = confusing, I know) – are hundreds of dollars a bottle and often have Sémillon as the main component, but it's vintage dependent In Pessac-Leognan, 25% of blend must be Sauvignon Blanc, and the trend is to favor that grape over Sémillon both because it's easier to grow, and because it has acidity. From good producers, these wines can age for decades The grape can be in Côtes de Bordeaux blancs and in basic Bordeaux blanc from better producers Sémillon adds fullness to the texture and when it is aged in oak (as is the case with Sauternes, Barsac and in Graves and Pessac-Leognan), it can have peach, mango, nuts, and toast flavors, which contrast well with Sauvignon blanc's more “green” aromas. If Sémillon is not aged in oak, it can have citrus, grass, notes without much flavor. When it is fully ripe and aged in oak, it is fat in texture with lemon and tropical fruit and has lower acidity. Other places in France Sémillon grows... Southwest France has the sweet wine of Monbazillac (like Sauternes) and dry white of Bergerac Provence and the Languedoc, but not of any quality Australia Makes the most distinctive dry white in Australia and was first planted in the Hunter Valley where it gained popularity for its ease to grow, high yields, and resistance to disease It went from being the workhorse grape in the 1980s, to accounting for only 3.1% of the total Australian crush today More than half of Australia's Semillon comes from the bulk New South Wales region of Riverina Hunter Valley in New South Wales The warm, humid climate of the Hunter Valley isn't conducive to most grapes but Semillon (no accent on the “e” in Australia!) changes from a grassy, lemony acidic wine into a dark yellow, nutty, honey and straw-scented viscous wine if grown and made under certain conditions To achieve this, growers pick early, before the summer rains and the grapes have very high acidity. Alcohol levels are around 10-11% ABV, and most of the wine spends no time in oak for fermentation nor for aging – it is put in stainless, fermented cold, and bottled. Wines in their youth are like Sauvignon blanc – citrus, green herbs, and straw flavors persist, with high acidity. After 5-10 years of storage the wine darkens and tastes like honey, toasted, grilled nuts and seems like it has been in an oak barrel (hasn't) – a total odd ball. Although the grapes can have some botrytis, this phenomenon is just a result of the rainy, tropical growing conditions To learn more about Hunter Valley and the Semillon, listen to ep 309, with the amazing Connie Paur Griffiths of Tranquil Vale, an excellent small producer located there Tyrells is the famous producer here (especially Vat 1 Semillon). Also Brokenwood, Silkman, Andrew Thomas Photo: Hunter Valley Vineyard, credit Wine Australia Western Australia: Margaret River: Popular for blends of Semillon and Sauvignon blanc You will see Semillon-Sauvignon Blanc or Sauvignon Blanc-Semillon on the bottle, the first name indicates which grape dominates the blend These wines can be made in a juicy, fruit style with no oak, or oak fermented and/or oak matured to last longer Producers: Vasse Felix, Cullen, Cape Mentelle, Leeuwin South Australia Adelaide Hills: Wines are like white Bordeaux in that they are picked early and blended with Sauvignon Blanc to avoid oiliness, too much ripeness. They sometimes use oak, sometimes not. Charlotte Dalton is the big producer here. Barossa: Sometimes makes varietal versions that show the purity of the grape, sometimes use big oak and can be toasty and Chardonnay-esque. Producers: Torbreck, Peter Lehmann, Henschke in Eden Valley Clare Valley: Can be more refined than Barossa but still peachy with apple and citrus and fuller body. Oak influence is common. Producers: Mount Harrocks, Pauletts Riverina: Is notorious for low quality bulk wine but a pocket of it develops botrytis easily and makes high quality sweet wines: McWilliams, De Bortoli New Zealand has a small amount of Semillon in Marlborough, Hawkes Bay, and Gisbourne South Africa Semillon was once so important it was called “greengrape” because of its bring green foliage By 1822, 93% of the vineyard land planted was Semillon. Then it was commonly just called “wine grape” but by the 1900s it began its sharp decline It is grown now in Stellenbosch, Swartland, and Franschhoek. Some areas have older bush vines. Producers like: Cederberg, Steenberg, Vergelegen , Mullineux are using more Semillon in blends with Sauvignon Blanc (some sweet, some dry versions) United States California Barely uses Semillon but vines that were imported in the 1880s to the Livermore Valley in northern California, were allegedly from Château d'Yquem Vines that live in the Monte Rosso vineyard in Sonoma date from 1886 and can make excellent wines. Morgon is an example Sierra Foothills: Some here, notably my friend Lorenzo Muslia of Andis makes the Bill Dillian Semillon that has great acidity but silkiness and hay, herb, and melon notes (for the podcast with Lorenzo click here) Photo: Andis Wines Washington State Big decline in plantings and they usually a blend with Sauvignon Blanc Popular from Walla Walla producers: L'Ecole 41 – lemon curd, nut and toast notes with a pretty full body, Amavi (episode with Amavi here) – slightly more acidic and less full with more citrus and grass notes but still with a rich body Others countries that use Sémilllon Chile: Because of the Bordeaux link, has Semillon and usually uses it for blends or Sauternes-like sweet wines. Semillon used be 75% of white vines in Chile! Argentina, Uruguay have some nice examples Canada Food Pairing Ideas Sauternes/dessert styles: blue (Roquefort) cheese, foie gras, scallops, fruit based-dessert Lighter styles: Oysters, shellfish, white fish or chicken dishes with citrus or herbal sauces or creamy sauces, salads, goat and sheep's milk cheeses _____________________________________________ Research Sources: “Wine Grapes” by Jancis Robinson, Dr. José Vouillamoz, Julia Harding “Grapes & Wines” by Margaret Rand and Oz Clarke https://www.bordeaux.com/us/ https://www.wineaustralia.com/ Fiona Beckett – Matching Food & Wine As always, talking to people about the grape who grow it, and drinking a lot of the wine itself – Sémillon is awesome! __________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ From our Sponsors... Wine Spies uncovers incredible wines at unreal prices - on big names or boutique brands from all over the world at up to 75% off! 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We start with a (hopefully) fun new game (2:00) and then big news (6:35) on Deshaun Watson and Alvin Kamara ... Tight end talk begins (14:30) with a look at how each of the Top 5 TEs have to deal with a significant addition or subtraction on offense. Who has the most upside among TE3-5 (15:15)? Most downside (16:50)? We debate Mark Andrews vs. Travis Kelce (19:30) and then the next three TEs as well (24:00) ... Pairing a Top 5 QB and Top 5 TE, where is the value (37:05)? Do we prefer Josh Allen and Darren Waller or Lamar Jackson and Travis Kelce? And after we talk TEs, it's time for the Fantasy Cops (44:15)! ... Your emails at email@example.com Follow our FFT team on Twitter: @FFToday, @AdamAizer, @JameyEisenberg, @daverichard, @heathcummingssr, @ctowerscbs, @BenSchragg Watch FFT on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/fantasyfootballtoday Get 20% off Fantasy Football Today merch: https://store.cbssports.com/collections/fantasy-football-today%20?utm_source=podcast-apple-com&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=buy-our-merch&utm_content=fantasy-football-collection Join our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/FantasyFootballToday/ Sign up for the FFT newsletter https://www.cbssports.com/newsletter You can listen to Fantasy Football Today on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Football Today podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Fantasy Football Today podcast." To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Shep Ogden & Bailey Grady, Founders of Offbeat Media Group, have been hacking attention since they were in high school. They are the go-to agency for McDonald's, Tiktok, Netflix, Samsung & many more to help them market to Gen Z. On this episode they talk about the early days of digital real estate, meme marketing, how they helped TikTok build their original user base, and they explain why they are ALL IN on Virtual Influencers. You don't want to skip this episode! FOLLOW OFFBEAT:Website: https://www.offbeat.xyz/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/offbeat.xyz/ Follow Zero from Nexus: https://twitter.com/ZeroFromNexus Learn more about Virtual Humans: https://www.virtualhumans.org/ FOLLOW SHEP:Twitter: https://twitter.com/ShepOgden Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shepogden/ FOLLOW BAILEY:Twitter: https://twitter.com/baileygrady12 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/grady/ TIMESTAMPS:00:00 Intro02:07 Podcast Start02:24 Who are Shep & Bailey?03:04 What is Offbeat Media?03:26 How Bailey started making money on the internet05:35 Shep was buying Digital Real Estate on Instagram07:40 The advantage of being born 5 years earlier08:49 Taking advantage of spare time as a young adult09:32 Marketing with memes10:24 How they helped launch TikTok in 201813:01 What they learned from getting 5 BILLION impressions14:15 Why they started launching their own shows16:25 WTF is a Virtual Influencer?18:47 Why Lil Miquela was so revolutionary as a virtual human20:43 Getting a cold email from Mark Cuban22:02 Why Virtual Humans are so interesting to them24:48 Launching their Virtual Influencer - Zero from Nexus26:46 What is live shopping?27:56 Are we actually going to work in the metaverse?30:35 Working with McDonalds on TikTok campaigns34:03 Pairing online traffic to IRL foot traffic (THIS IS NUTS)37:35 How it feels to work with the largest brands in the world39:27 How their cutting edge tech helps them land clients42:29 How to always stay one step ahead43:42 Why Shep is so fascinated with NFTs47:23 Thoughts on Vee Friends49:27 The future for Offbeat50:46 This company should have listened to Eddie52:50 The crazy journey of TikTok55:46 Why TikTok is the BEST social media platform right now57:22 The difference between paid and organic impressions58:06 This fact about Digital Billboards BLEW OUR MINDS1:00:12 Crazy how good tracking has gotten1:01:50 The future of Offbeat revisited1:04:08 Getting to 100 Million views a MONTH1:04:45 IP vs Creators (All Gas No Brakes / Call Her Daddy)1:07:40 Why Quibi lost BILLIONS betting on Vertical Content1:08:52 What is the Nexus Universe and V-Tubers?1:11:54 Ai vs Human backed virtual influencers1:14:07 How Offbeat has scaled in so many verticals1:18:14 What careers are going to be most valuable1:21:59 “Fortune cookie” advice to the younger generation1:25:56 Where to find Shep & Bailey online FOLLOW 4MEDIA:Main YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/4mediamarketing Clips Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNx7auVTseV865Mu1CZX0WQ Website: https://4media.marketing/Join Our Team: https://4media.marketing/jobs Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/4media.marketing/ TikTok: https://firstname.lastname@example.org? EDDIE Instagram: https://instagram.com/eddiemaalouf Twitter: https://twitter.com/imakegreatads Marketing Course: https://www.brilliantmarketers.com/ ANDREW Instagram: https://instagram.com/andrew_deitsch Website: https://andrewdeitsch.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/andrewdeitsch Andrew's Other Podcast: https://www.andrewdeitsch.com/podcast
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After the honeymoon period of marriage, it's so important that couples work together to turn their dreams into reality together. Whatever your pairing, we're happy to get grea tips from Enneagram & Marriage Jenn and he rhusband Robb today, who are part of the 1-3 Pairing. They're aalso taking us on a deep dive itno bringing health into your adventures and life together since Jenn's a health coach with awesome tiups for all! Find Jenn's health coaching website right >> here Visit Enneagram and Marriage to get the new 52-Week Glow planner! If today's podcast was helpful, make sure you leave us a review at Apple, Spotify, or wherever you listen!
The Los Angeles Chargers were one of the busiest teams in free agency this off-season and it all started with the acquisition of superstar pass rusher Khalil Mack. On today's show David and Daniel are going to tell you why Pairing former defensive player of the year Khalil Mack, with the big bear Joey Bosa gives the Chargers the best pass rushing duo in the NFL. There's a few honorable mentions and chief among them is Maxx Crosby and Chandler Jones. Great players in their own right, but not quiet on the same level. The guys also talk about the latest comments from mandatory mini camp from Coach Staley, Joey Bosa, and Khalil Mack before they take the next 5 weeks off. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Blue Nile Make your moment sparkle with jewelry from Bluenile.com, and LOCKED ON SPORTS listeners get $50 off purchases of $500 or more using code LOCKEDON. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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We start this hour of Seasoned talking with journalist and author, John Holl, about the evolution of craft beer and the joys of pairing beer with food. His book is The Craft Brewery Cookbook. And, change is in the air! We also speak with Jamal Robinson and Judi Young. Jamal is the co-founder of the Change In the Air Festival, happening Saturday, June 18 at Bear's Smokehouse BBQ in New Haven. It's a celebration of craft beer and Black culture. The fest is, in part, a fund raiser for The CT Brewers Guild African American Brewing Scholarship. Judi Young is a past recipient of that scholarship and a graduate of Sacred Heart University's Brewing Science Certificate program. Judi talks with us about what participating in the program meant to her. Finally, we listen back to our conversation with Alisa Bowens-Mercado, founder of Rhythm Brewing Co. and the first Black woman brewer in Connecticut. Guests: John Holl: Journalist covering the beer industry. He hosts the “Drink Beer, Think Beer” podcast and he's the editor of All About Beer magazine. John is a contributing editor at Wine Enthusiast magazine and the author of The Craft Brewery Cookbook: Recipes to Pair with Your Favorite Beers. Jamal Robinson: Director of Sales and Marketing at New England Brewing Company in Woodbridge, Conn. and he's the Founder of the Change In the Air Festival–which is a celebration of beer and Black culture. Judi Young: Past recipient of theCT Brewers Guild African American Brewing Scholarship and graduate of Sacred Heart University's Brewing Science Program. Alisa Bowens-Mercado: founder of Rhythm Brewing Co, New Haven, Conn. Featured Recipes: Grilled Pumpkin Flatbread with Homemade Ricotta and Hot Honey Mango and Beet Salad Air-Fried Chicken Wings with Honey Barbecue Sauce This show was produced by Robyn Doyon-Aitken, Catie Talarski, Emily Charash and Katrice Claudio. Join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and email: email@example.com. Seasoned is available as a podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe and never miss an episode! Support the show: https://www.wnpr.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to another month of curdbox! This is our June curdbox, and this one is Beyond the Big Apple. This month we take a look outside of the city that never sleeps to see what gems the smaller New York towns have to offer. In this podcast, you'll hear Jenn and Julie taste their way through St. Stephen by Four Fat Fowl, Hudson Valley Camembert from Old Chatham Creamery, and Finger Lakes Gold by Lively Run Dairy. Pairing up with those, we have the Cheesy-Feta Popcorn by Zesty Z, Sweet-Chili Butternut Pepitas by Stony Brook Wholehearted Foods, and the Apple Crisp Jam from Pixie's Preserves.If you'd like to “eat along”, subscribe to your own curdbox at curdbox.com!Follow us @curdbox, and follow the producers in this box at: @fourfatfowls, @old.chatham.creamery, @livelyrundairy, @zestyz, @stonybrookoils, and pixiespreserves.com.
Emma is joined by her dear friend Ariela Rotengold to discuss their favorite adaptation of the Arthurian Legends: the BBC's Merlin. We talk about our deep love for and deep frustration with the show, and our history and relationships to different Arthurian content. Plus: creature lore and mythic traditions, the greatest bromance on television, giving Uther some therapy, great British character actors, justice for Guinevere, Chrètien de Troyes (from Troyes), and John Hurt: the dragon making wine in his cave. Find Us Online: If you enjoy Pairing, follow us on social media and tell your friends! Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, & Tumblr @PairingPodcast. Also check out our website, www.thepairingpodcast.com Please consider leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts, as that's one of the best ways to get more people listening in! Support Us: Become a Pairing Patron on Patreon to get access to exclusive content, personalized pairings, bonus episodes, and more! And do't forget to check out our Merch store! About Pairing: Pairing was created, hosted, and produced by Emma Sherr-Ziarko, with music and audio recording by Winston Shaw, and artwork by Darcy Zimmerman and Katie Huey. This episode was edited by Emma Sherr-Ziarko.
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Pairing a story of a monk who says his nature is to save a scorpion with the great Sage Sri Ramana Maharshi's profound conversation with a disciple points us in the direction of true freedom. To begin with this final stage wisdom also resolves day-to-day concerns. // Episode note: Kannon-Sama is the Goddess of Mercy in Japan. // Namasté and love, Selena Sage // selenasage.com // email: firstname.lastname@example.org // Fb+IG: Selena Sage - Author
Today the Ash Holes are smoking the Rojas Street Taco while discussing ……well……Tacos, where they came from, how they have evolved and where they are now. We also have our top 5 and some delightful news about an ingenious idea for improving your taco eating experience. #TAH #Cigars #UnitedPodcastNetwork #Studio21PodcastCafe Follow Us On: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AshHolesRadio YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeDdSI6hO2-nYVkvdKlc3gQ Odysee: https://odysee.com/@theashholespodcast:f Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ashholesradio/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheAshHoles Listen to Us on: theashholes.podbean.com or anywhere you listen to your favorite podcasts Join us as we broadcast live on location from Studio 21 Podcast Cafe high above Two Guys Smoke Shop in Salem, New Hampshire on the United Podcast Network, every Tuesday @ 4pm.
Welcome to the eighth episode of the Nine Types Spring Series. This episode is dedicated to learning all about the Enneagram Seven!You will want to listen to each episode of this series if you know your Enneagram Type or are beginning your personality discovery journey! You will also want to share this special 9-part series so that your friends and family can learn about the Enneagram and maybe figure out their personality Type. Best of all if you listen to learn about each Type it will really help you know how to strengthen your relationships no matter their Type. Whether you are married, raising kids, or working with others, chances are that you are interacting with all the Nine Enneagram personalities! Guest interview mentioned that Amy was on, called "A Romance Recharge with Amy Wicks, 7-9 Pairing," listen herePast episodes about Enneagram Sevens:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-problem-of-lonliness-with-enneagram-seven-bonnie-gray/id1216920050?i=1000530163677https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/how-a-comparison-free-life-leads-to-joy-peace-and/id1216920050?i=1000553131530https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/get-your-glow-on-enneagram-seven-christa-hardin/id1216920050?i=1000545508863https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/chasing-wonder-ginger-stache-enneagram-7w8/id1216920050?i=1000539657997https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/calling-all-enneagram-sevens-and-their-friends/id1216920050?i=1000497076593Amy's Enneagram Momprenuer Guide free PDF found here!Take the new Enneagram Quiz here!Follow Amy on IGAmy's WebsiteSign up for a FREE 15 minute call with Amy to see if Faith-based Enneagram Coaching is a good fit for you this season of your life! Sign up here!
(S7 E10) Kate and Rick break down the basics of wine and food parings in a way that is accessible and fun. Paring the right drink with the right food allows you to enhance your eating experience as well as the overall impact on your senses. What are the types of pairings? Which tastes are important? What is the science behind pairings? Rick and Kate have it covered! Pairings involve some subjectivity along with specific guidelines, so learn a few tips on the easiest way to begin refining your parings. What should you pair with your spicy dishes? What wine goes best with a simple salad? Also, find out about some unique pairings such as vodka martinis with tacos, blanco tequila with green leaf salads, and champagne with Thai food! In the What I Ate section, you'll hear about a tasty butternut squash, leek, and fennel soup along with a homemade version of pad see ew. . . . . . . You Won't Believe What I Ate Last Night is the ongoing conversation by Kate DeVore and Rick Fiori about their endeavor to be and stay healthy in a really tasty world with kindness and compassion towards themselves and others. Perfect if you are interested in: food, eating, diet, weight loss, weight management, health, fitness, compassion, kindness, meditation, mindfulness, humor, comedy, friendship, weight gain, foodie, podcasts, healthy eating.