Josh and Jords say Prost to Dad while they drink Oktoberfest. The have one plate consisting of Coastal English cheddar, jagerwurst, and a 4 meat 6 cheese pizza. The drink the Haufbrau Haus Oktoberfest from Germany and a local from Ozark Brewing. They have a wonderful time chatting about their shared love for Oktoberfests and as foodies, they talk a lot about food. Its a great time!
In the final episode before Dad heads off to Italy Josh and he open some Italian favorites. Dad opens a Northern Italian favorite, Produttori del Barbaresco. He has Danish blue cheese, blue cheese stuffed olives, cooked portobello mushrooms, and braised lamb. Josh decants a 2015 Rosso di Montacino from Tenute Silvio Nardi. For his pairings he has bersola, duck ham, cheese bread, and a pizza sausage from a local butcher shop. They have a great tasting enjoying the pairings and the conversation about travels in Italy. Salute!
Our friends at Plum Deluxe have a new line of Autumn Tea Blends out and for today's episode, Jill is doing some tea and book pairings! Visit https://plumdeluxe.com/pbn and use the promo code PBNFALL to get 10% off your tea order. Books mentioned in today's episode: The Book of Accidents by Chuck Wendig -- Blood Orange Reflection Tea Nothing but Blackened Teeth by Cassandra Khaw -- Spicy Caramel Apple Herbal Tea Summer Sons by Lee Mandelo -- Pineapple Sage Tea A Touch of Jen by Beth Morgan -- Chocolate Caramel Macademia Nut Herbal Dessert Tea The Last House on Needless Street by Catriona Ward -- Maple Ginger Butterscotch Black Tea A Dowry of Blood by S.T. Gibson -- Pumpkin Spice Tea The Burning Girls by CJ Tudor -- Decaf Black Toasted Marshallow Blend Tea Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome back to Wine Club! Sara and Rachel had a blast talking to Halsey Merritt not only about her wine career, but also about her creative takes on pairing food and wine. Halsey is currently the Triangle Rep for Rise Over Run Wine and was previously the manager of Short Walk Wines in Raleigh, NC.
In their ramp up to Dad leaving for Italy, they mix up some cocktail. Josh stirs up the Venetian special Bellini. Josh made the peach nectar to go with the Italian Procecco. This cocktail was made famous by Harry's bar in Venice. Dad, being true to form, pours the scotch based cocktail called The Godfather. Marion Brando as Vito Carleone enjoyed the Godfather cocktail. They both have a good time sipping these drinks and talking about Italy. Josh tells his favorite Amaretto story.Cheers!
As John prepares for his trip to Italy, Josh and John try some liquors which come from Italy. John brings the bright and fresh Villa Massa Limoncello. He makes parmesan crisps, gruyere crisps, and has an Italian cream cake. Josh pours the after dinner Amaro Montenegro. His after dinner pairings were homemade lemon, strawberry biscotti, bittersweet chocolate, and apple blossoms. They have a great time drinking these Italian liquors to help get John ready for his Italian adventure.
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This episode will cover Golf News of the Week | https://www.pgatour.com/daily-wrapup/2021/09/05/patrick-cantlay-wins-2021-fedexcup-trophy-tour-championship-east-lake.html (2020-21 Tour Championship Thoughts) | This week: https://www.pgatour.com/power-rankings/2021/09/20/fantasy-golf-advice-tips-picks-ryder-cup-whistling-straits.html (Ryder Cup) | https://www.lpga.com/tournaments/walmartnwarkansaschampionshippresentedbypg/overview (LPGA Walmart NW Arkansas Event) | https://www.pgatour.com/equipmentreport/2021/09/21/potential-2021-ryder-cup-pairings-based-on-players-golf-balls-titleist-bridgestone-taylormade-callaway.html (Pairings based on balls?) | https://www.pgatour.com/expert-picks/2021/09/21/fantasy-golf-advice-tips-picks-2021-ryder-cup-united-states-europe-whistling-straits-wisconsin.html (Expert Picks) vs. Our Picks | Diversity Topic and Story: Asking our listeners for their stories! | Front 9 - Top 9 Sports Movies | Back 9 - How to prepare for the end of the season | What Are We Hating On | Gigging Golf Song of the Week: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2uCEsGUvYE (Just 4 U) by AZ from Do or Die 2 | Final Shout Outs to close out the show! Special Guest: Buga and Mikey (MJ)
We bring in statistician Drew England from The Boomer, The Sooner, & The Plainsman College Football Podcast to dive headfirst into Ryder Cup Week. We look at what we love about the week out at Whistling Straights; the Pairings we love from both the US & The Europeans. & just how likely it is that experience can overtake stats once again as the Americans head into yet another Ryder Cup heavy stat line favorites. If you enjoyed today's episode, subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google, or Amazon Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts! to make sure you never miss a podcast, youtube video, blog, or merch drop, head over to our website @ www.enjoythewalkpod.com Follow us on Instagram & Twitter @enjoythewalkpod #golfpodcast #rydercup #rydercup2020 #enjoythewalkpod #enjoythewalkpodcast #enjoythewalk --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/enjoythewalkpod/support
One of the greatest Chardonnays (and actually white wines) in the world comes from Chablis in the northern part of Burgundy. In this show we discuss this historic region and why it is capable of making the most distinctive, minerally, terroir-driven white wines made. Here are the show notes: Map: https://www.chablis-wines.com Location: At nearly 48˚N latitude in the northern part of the Bourgogne region in the Yonne department between Paris and Beaune, around the village of Chablis, Serein River runs through it, with vineyards on either bank Area under vine in 2020: 5,771 hectares/14,260 acres 18% of the total volume of wine produced in the Bourgogne region Also contains: St-Bris, which makes mineral driven Sauvignon Blanc Terroir: Terroir expressed more clearly in Chablis than almost anywhere else Valleys branch from the Serein river – left and right, hills are basis of the vineyards Right-bank: softer, bigger wines Left-bank: more acidic, less ripe, more like citrus, green apple Soils: Subsoil is Kimmeridgean limestone with layers of Marl –limestone and clay turned into rock sometimes with fossils of Exogyra virgula, a small, comma-shaped oyster. Different vineyards have different proportions of limestone, marl, clay, loam, Portlandian limestone – younger, harder, no fossils. Sites with this used only forvPetit Chablis 47 Defined Climats (can be mentioned on the label) 40 are Premier Cru, 7 are Grand Cru Photo: Chablis wines Climate: Maritime and continental Maritime influence but kind of a modified oceanic climate with continental influences from Eastern Europe Less rainfall and the winters are harsher and summer hotter than maritime Winemaking Fermented in stainless or oak, low temperature, slow fermentation followed by malolactic fermentation Neutral oak (already been used) is used in Chablis Premier Cru and Chablis Grand Cru. Very few producers use new oak barrels since the goal is to preserve terroir Classification: Petit Chablis (19%): 729 hectares (1750 acres) ALL of Chablis wine-growing district (catchall) – AOC 1944, least prestigious – lesser rated vineyards Soil is Portlandian limestone – harder, younger soil on a plateau at the top of slopes, above premier and grand crus Flavors: citrus, flowers, less minerally, light, acidic, saline, to be consumed within 2 years Pairings (goes for Chablis and many Premier Cru too): Oysters, seafood in citrus, salads and acidic vegetables, spicy food, vegetarian pasta Chablis (66%): 3656 hectares (9,034 acres) of vines In the department of Yonne, on the Serein River On Kimmeridgean limestone and marl, very large - quality varies Flavors: Mineral with flint, green apple, lemon, underbrush, citrus, mint, fresh-cut hay Best within 2-3 years Photo: Chablis wines Chablis Premier Cru: (14%) - Almost 809 ha/2,000 acres over 40 sites (climat) Both sides of the river Serein, with 24 on the left bank and 16 on the right bank Mostly on slopes of the Serein, southeast or southwest facing, on Kimmeridgian chalk Can just use the phrase "Chablis Premier Cru" if blended across Premier Cru sites Right bank: Softer, fuller wines--Mont de Milieu, Montée de Tonnerre, Fourchaume, Vaucoupin Left bank: Flinty, acidic. Côté de Léchet, Vaillons, Montmains, Vosgros, Vau de Vey Can age 5-10 years Grand Cru Chablis (1%) - 101 hectares/250 acres Contiguous site on the right bank of the Serein, south facing on Kimmeridgian limestone, with fossilized oysters, marl Seven vineyards are Grand Cru, which are each part of just one appellation, Grand Cru Chablis. The difference in these wines: Better sites, lower yields, higher alcohol, higher planting density, matured until at least March 15 of the year following harvest Grand Crus: north to south Bougros: Fresh and mineral Les Preuses:: elegant, minerally with a long finish Vaudésir: Stronger, richer wine – more body Grenouilles: Fruity with strong acidity, a fuller body Valmur: VERY fruity, balanced with strong minerality Les Clos: The most famous site: elegance, minerality, fruit, acidity Blanchot: Soft and more like white flowers La Moutonne is an unofficial 8th Grand Cru Best with 10-15 years of age Pairings: Lobster, mushrooms, shrimp, cream sauces We love this wine. If you haven't had it, definitely get one and discover what makes it a "great!" Photo: Chablis wines _____________________________________________________ Thanks for our sponsors this week: Wine Access: Access to the best wines for the best prices! For 15% off your next order, go to www.wineaccess.com/normal To become a member of Patreon go to www.patreon.com/winefornormalpeople To register for an AWESOME, LIVE WFNP class with Elizabeth go to: www.winefornormalpeople.com/classes
On this episode, Anne and Drea are reunited at long last, have been day drinking, make a mess, and drink a sparkling red from San Diego producer Los Pilares in hopes that fall weather is on the horizon. Even if it's not. Pairings include: Our love affair, all the Mexican food, and hopes and dreams.
Prost to hefeweizen! Josh and John drink some great German hefeweizens. Josh opens the Hofbrauhaus and shares some delicious snacks. His plate included Zapps Voodoo chips, burrata with speck, bacon and cheese brats, and tuxedo cake. John pours the Konig Lugwig weissbier and shares some brats with carmalized onions, pad Thai, and a soft pretzel. They enjoy the history and deliciousness of the beers.
On this Episode, the boys first discuss some of the lists at the TNB GT we're hosting this weekend… and then we reveal the pairings!!! Listen up for you list, and check out DUP for the full round and list details! As always, let us know what you think, leave a message or a review … Continue reading Episode 96 – TNB GT Lists and Pairings!!! →
In this episode, Dr. Hardison discusses tarot and oracle deck pairings and the types of readings and questions she uses these pairs with the most. She also shares a custom 9 card deck interview spread to help readers get to know their decks better. Companion Blog on healingthrutarot.com that goes with this podcast episode click here Healing Thru Tarot Spread Ebooks for sale To purchase my Healing Thru Tarot - A Spread for All Seasons ebook click here - it contains 15 custom tarot/oracle spreads designed to guide you through the seasons of any year. It covers holidays, full and new moons, mercury retrogrades, seasonal spreads, year end and year ahead spreads, and eclipses with weekly and monthly spreads that you can reuse again and again. $10 To purchase my Healing Thru Tarot - Healing and Mental Health Spreads ebook click here - it contains 15 custom tarot/oracle spreads designed to help take you through the healing work needed to heal old wounds and step into brand new energy of empowerment. This ebook contains spreads for family healing, wound healing, as well as spreads for blindspots, empowerment, stepping into your full potential, and much more. You can find this ebook on healingthrutarot.com for $13 and to see a list of all 15 spreads. Tarot Decks recommended in this episode in alphabetical order (click title to purchase): Everyday Witch Tarot, The Light Seers Tarot, Tarot of the Abyss, and Wild Unknown Tarot Oracle Decks recommended in this episode in alphabetical order (click title to purchase): The Everyday Witch Oracle, The Lightworker Oracle, Sacred Creators Oracle, Sacred Rebels Oracle, Seasons of the Witch: Samhain Oracle, Seasons of the Witch: Yule Oracle, Starseed Oracle, Wild Unknown Animal Spirit, Wild Unknown Archetypes, Work Your Light Oracle *I'm limited on the number of links I can include in the shownotes. All deck links are on the blog on my website My social Insta @healingthrutarot Healing Thru Tarot's Pinterest Boards Twitter Healingthrutarot @Healingthrutaro Website: healingthrutarot.com Biolink for all my social contacts --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/healingthrutarot/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/healingthrutarot/support
On this episode, Anne and Drea drop some acid, appreciate the art of the 1970s, and butcher German while drinking Brand's Electric Chardonnay Acid Test. And Drea finally shuts her fucking mouth. Sort of. Pairings include: T-Rex, disco, watermelon salad, triple cream cheese, and a party with Lizzo and Freddy Mercury.
Josh and John pour up some wine from Washington. Josh climbs the Red Mountain to pour the Canvasback Cabernet Sauvignon. His plate includes red wine sous vide short ribs, blueberry goat cheese, and an ice cream sandwich. John cracks open the Boom Boom Syrah from Charles Smith. He shares smoked gouda, a 3 meat pizza, and burnt ends. They enjoy exploring these wonderful reds and the pairings they offer. It was a great red wine experience!
Josh has been waiting for this one! The men at Acquired Tastings open up Rye Whiskies. Josh pours his favorite, Michter's Single Barrel Rye Whiskey. With this whiskey he shares English cheddar, sous vide pork belly, and Italian salami. John pours up the Angel's Envy Finished Rye. On his snack plate is jerk chicken, sausage biscuits, and a super brownie dessert. This one offers some interesting pairing experiences and best on plates.
On Episode 95, the guys discuss some of their preparation techniques for 40k team events, with respect to pairings and assembling their team. They also explore the role of the captain in 40k team events, and discuss how players can improve their team's performance and overall experience at these types of events. As you can … Continue reading Episode 95 – 40k Team Events – Pairings and The Captain's Role →
On the opening weekend of the English Premier Soccer League Josh gets together with his friends, David, Steven, and Kevin. They get together to play beer pong to choose Josh's team for the year. This year they also all get behind a mic for a special episode. They all pick a beverage that reminds them of their team. David, who is an Arsenal fan, chooses a Negroni. Kevin, another Arsenal fan, cracks open a Guinness. Steven, who is a Everton fan, chooses the Black Butt Porter. Since Josh gets his beer as a blind, the boys blind him on a beer which is connected to his team. They have a great time chatting and sipping on some drinks and talking about soccer.
The guys talk about their Flying Monkey Con experience and their thoughts on random pairings. ================= Hang with the Flying Monkeys: ▶ Apple/iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/flying-monkeys-wargaming-podcast/id1247504856▶ Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mbHlpbmdtb25rZXlzd2FyZ2FtaW5nLnBvZG9tYXRpYy5jb20vcnNzMi54bWw▶ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5Li7wvsuAkbiBWnv3qKopK?si=7IvyQ7kUS-2wjO87f5t3MQ&dl_branch=1▶ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2ZyfiiZmZ197Z2jvr0joVA▶ Facebook: www.facebook.com/FlyingMonkeysWG▶ Patreon: www.patreon.com/flyingmonkeyswargaming▶ Lord Marshal Conference: www.lordmarshal.org/
It sure is getting hot out there! Josh and John cool off by cracking open some rose' wines. Josh opens the Vin Gris de Cigare from Bonny Soon Vineyard. He pairs a summer picnic basket of cherries, semi-firm gruyere cheese, salami, ham and butter sandwich, and blueberry macarons. John cools off with the Rose' of Pinot Noir from King Estate Vineyards. He pairs some avocado toast with bacon, a chicken, shrimp and chorizo paella, raspberry chocolate, and blood orange chocolate for dessert.
Hi there! Welcome back to another fun-filled episode of our Homebrew Happy Hour podcast… the podcast where we answer all of your home brewing questions and discuss anything related to craft beer! A SUBTLE REMINDER: If you appreciate the things we do here at Homebrew Happy Hour, consider joining our Trub Club! Not only will you […]
Happppy Thursday! I'm back today to talk to you about another lesson Tinder has taught me. As I've said before and will keep saying, it's truly all related. Whether it's dating, business, etc. we can apply so many of the same lessons across the board. In this episode, I'm sharing... The realization I had while talking to a friend about my Tinder bio and why that resonated with me on a business level. Why owning your "unique pairing" (and what unique pairings you desire from others) is not an option. The difference that having faith versus forcing my desired outcome has made for me. I'd love to hear from you. Like really, you! You can text me at 848-257-5301 to say hi, let me know what you'd like to hear, and get a great conversation going. You can tag me on Instagram @saradann_ about what your biggest takeaway from this episode was, or you can visit my website at http://sara-dann.com (sara-dann.com). Music Credit: Yes She Can by Tiny Music
On Episode 12 Anne and Drea drink an orange wine that is not made from oranges, reveal their love of bad jokes and puns, discuss the merits of maggots, and finally lose their shit. Pairings include macabre picnics, a cheese for every lifestyle, and the fabulousness that is Tilda and Billy. Want to know more about orange wines? Wine Folly has a great https://winefolly.com/deep-dive/orange-wine/ (article )for more information.
Join us as we make this quick day trip down to the Bourbon Cowboy's farm and record the podcast from his private lake on property. We fire up a couple cigars, starting with the key west original privada from Gates Hotel, as well as an old favorite of the cowboys, the Nicaraguan Asylum premium. We crack open a few different heaven hill products as we talk, jam, and laugh our way through a bunch of goofy conversation and topics. Enjoy the episode and mahalo.
All cocktail episodes are special, but in this one Josh and John welcome family friend and long time listener Becky Tate and her son Nate, creative director of Sonboy, to the show. They all ended up bring cocktails which focus on rum and come from Cuba! Nate also a long time listener, shares one of his companies coconut sparling water spiked cocktails. Josh stirs up the El Presidente, Becky makes her mojito, and dad, in true dad form, the Papa Dople (double) Hemingway special daiquiri. We have a great time trying them, as well as the new tangerine spiked coconut water which Nate brought called Sunboy. It was a great time!
This episode I chat with Julie Lanzillo and Debbi Bromley the owners of Pairings Cigar Bar located in Media PA. We discuss an array of topics and they share what it was that drove them to open a cigar lounge. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kev-stone3/support
This week Eric and Dan discuss our Top 5 Fantasy Wrestler/Manager Pairings! We discuss AEW Homecoming, NXT, and more! Follow us on Instagram @smarknado Twitter @smarknado1 And leave us a five star review on Apple Podcasts!
Peas and carrots. Peanut butter and jelly. Batman and Robin. If this was Jeopardy the correct answer would be, “What are perfect pairings.” On this episode we're talking about two plants that just seem to belong together. It could be that they have complimentary textures, or they bloom in unison, or perhaps their habits fit together like puzzle pieces. String a few of these perfect plant pairs together and you're sure to get a garden that is pleasing to the eye. Expert testimony: Amy Galloway is a horticulturist at Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, in Austin, Texas.
John and John jump back into the fires of Smoky whiskeys. John pours the Ron Swanson favorite, Laugavulin 16, a single malt scotch from Islay. He pairs Gjetost (Norwegian cooked goat cheese), peanut butter, KC style barbecue ribs, and a chocolate brownie cake. Josh stays closer to home with a locally produced whiskey, the Hickory Smoked Whiskey from Rock Town Distillery. The plate this week is a sweet, salty, and funky plate with fresh peaches, bacon, and Humboldt Fog cheese respectively. They, well John especially, have a great time with these liquors.
For this beer podcast John and Josh have beers focused on fruit. Josh pours the Abita Strawberry lager. He pairs lamb gyros, duck ham, and strawberry shortcake ice cream bar. John pops open the Lindeman's Framboise lambic beer, and pairs breakfast with it. He has a mixed fruit cup, eggs Benedict, and crepes filled with goat cheese and raspberries.
In this episode, I discuss what Wings of Fire character(s) is most like an iconic Marvel character. I discuss why I paired them and what makes their personalities similar. **Spoilers for Arc's 1-3.
Christian & Thad meet up with Ryan Withorn (brewer Studebaker Brewing Co.) & Steve Lowe (South Bend Brew Werks brewer & owner). Find out the passion of the brewers and what breweries and beers inspired them to get into the industry. Then the guys talk collaboration. Ryan & Steve collaborated on a beer with Brandon Townsley (owner brewer at Niles Brewing Co.). They discussed what they made and how much work Erin Olsen (assistant brewer at SBBW) had to do while they drank beer. Finally, Christian tests their ability to pair a beer with horror movies. Steve is good at it, but don't miss Ryan's mic drop. Sit Back, Crack a Cold One & Enjoy Connect with mBR via email, Patreon, or social media pages at www.michianabeerreviewers.com
Josh and John cool off as they sip on some white wines. Josh opens a bottle of Gruner Veltliner from Schlosskellerei Gobelsburg and shares General Tao's chicken, duck ham, bersola, and mozzarella with balsamic vinegar. John pours the Ecco Domani pinot Grigio from Italy. His pairings are bruschetta, garlic and cheese pasta, and lemon cake.
John and John celebrate one year of the podcast! They pop open some bottles of champagne and snack on a board of food. John opens the Moet & Chandon Nectar Imperial Rose. Josh opens the H. Goutorbe Special Club 2006. During the episode they reminisce over the last year of episodes, and talk about what's to come.
Episode 110: Discussion about the best Seattle Kraken landmark-celebrity pairings to announce expansion draft picks. (Like Pat, you might want to open up Google Maps to follow along around Seattle.) Nikita Kucherov's post-Stanley Cup win press conference. The offseason silliness is starting to get into full swing. The Kraken releasing their preseason schedule. The oddly high number of NHL players demanding trades this summer. Question of the week: What sort of content should be in a hockey book for kids under the age of 15? Recorded 11 July 2021
This week on Beer Sessions Radio, summer is in full swing! On the show is Angela Steil from Steil Symposium Beer Consultancy in Grand Rapids, MI; Chef Richard Knight from London, England; and Emree Woods from Rightside Brewing in Lawrenceville, GA.To kick things off, Richard introduces us to his cooking background, which has taken him to quirky spots all across the world. Angela, a master in food and drink pairings, then offers up a couple of contrasting suggestions for beer and barbeque pairings. If you're looking for something non-alcoholic, Emree has some ideas for summertime drinks.Richard gets our mouths watering talking about rabbit paella and pork bellies, and then Jimmy challenges Angela to figure out the right drink pairing. As Richard intricately describes different dishes and Angela rattles off pairings, we start to really get a gist of which flavors in beers can help enhance a meal. To wrap things up, Jimmy learns a bit more about nonalcoholic beers from Angela and Emree, who explain how pairings depend more on carbonation than alcohol. Beer listSchlenkerla, Helles( Germany)Urban Chestnut, Zwickl Lager, St. LouisAllagash, kriek. MaineBells, Oberon. ( wheat), Michigan Rightside, Citrus Wheat NAGrimm Weisse, BrooklynDovetail, Hefeweizen, ChicagoThrees, Short Fuse, Brooklyn Brooklyn Brewery, Black Ops Imperial Stout, BrooklynRockaway, Black Gold Nitro Stout, Queens Photo Courtesy of Richard Knight.Celebrate HRN's new look and invest in the future of food radio. Become a monthly sustaining donor at heritageradionetwork.org/donate.Beer Sessions Radio is Powered by Simplecast.
It's getting hot outside so Josh and John open up their favorite summertime liquors. Josh opened up the Lillet Rose from France. Josh has a trio of light snacks: Summer fruit salad with mint, puff pastry with goat cheese and caramelized onions, and his version of a caprese salad. John pours the Hazelnut Kahlúa liqueur, and snacks on ricotta fritters, Kahlúa grilled chicken, and apple coffee cake, with kahlua glaze. They have a great time cooling down with these sippers.
[REBROADCAST FROM NOVEMBER 13, 2020] Sommelier, restauranteur, and New York Magazine writer Vanessa Price joins us to discuss her new book, Big Macs & Burgundy: Wine Pairings for the Real World. Inspired by her popular Grub Street column, Price reveals why Sancerre and Cheetos go together like milk and cookies. She explains how to create your own pairings while proving you don't necessarily need fancy foods to unlock the joys of wine.
As the temperature turns up Josh and John try some seltzers to cool off. Josh pops open the local Punchy black cherry Seltzer from Lost 40 Brewing. He has vegetarian plate this week with blueberry goat cheese, grilled nectarines, and grilled corn with chili lime butter. John picks the Mighty Swell peach seltzer. He shares waffles, grilled pork and peach swirl cheesecake. They have a great time talking about these low-carb and low-cal drinks.
This week, join DeeAsia and Soso as they uncork their recent masked up shenanigans, review their latest finds with Sip or Spit, get you ready for the holiday with some wine and grilled food pairings to enjoy on your porch or in your backyard, and answer the Wine Trivia question of the week.
On this week's episode of Fantasy Football Confidential, Troy (@TKingMode), Linda (@Lindellions), and John (@TheBauerClub) take a look at several running back and tight end duos throughout the league and how we are approaching them in 2021. If you enjoy the show, subscribe and leave a review! Find us on Twitter and Instagram @FF_Confidential Music By The Passion HiFi www.thepassionhifi.com