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Latest podcast episodes about peanut butter cups

Holy Healthy Mama
146. Macros For Moms: Do Reese's Cups or Justin's Peanut Butter Cups Fit the Weight Loss Plan? [Fav Product Review]

Holy Healthy Mama

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 11:28


How do Reese's Cups “fit” into the macro plan? Where's the IIFYM guru? Anyone got a macro calculator?!?!   Friend, pop in your headphones to learn about: 1. the sustainability of macro-counting for moms. 2. How to make sense of food product labels   >>> I'll be reviewing my favorite products on Mondays this entire month!   Coaching & Links

Drink the Movies
90 - Episode 90: Peanut Butter Cup Martini & E.T.

Drink the Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 52:18


When an Extra Terrestrial gets stranded on Earth, only a friendship with Elliot and a make-shift phone will be able to reunite it with it's family and make it back home. This week we get into to Reece's Pieces and tackle an all-time classic on its 40th anniversary. Join us for peanut butter cup martinis, speak & spells, dissecting frogs, Keys, lots of crying, an excellent promise, and a chat about E.T. This week's cocktail comes from Open Drinks! https://www.instagram.com/drinkthemovies/ https://twitter.com/drinkthemovies https://www.facebook.com/drinkthemovies https://www.drinkthemovies.com

The Gardening with Joey & Holly radio show Podcast/Garden talk radio show (heard across the country)
Episode 919: Segment 3 of S6E23 You can make this at home - The Gardening with Joey and Holly Radio Show

The Gardening with Joey & Holly radio show Podcast/Garden talk radio show (heard across the country)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 16:07


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Springfield's Talk 104.1 On-Demand
Nick Reed PODCAST 08.11.22 - New Food at Kauffman Stadium, All Girls School No Longer ALL Girls, and MORE.

Springfield's Talk 104.1 On-Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 39:26


Hour 3 -  Happy Thursday! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: In case you missed it, Nick interviewed Dick Morris as our ABC Books Author of the week. You can find more information about the book by CLICKING HERE. The Kansas City Royals released a new sandwich at the K earlier this week. The new BBQ Reese's Sandwich features Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, Pulled Pork, Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ Sauce, and bacon. Would you try it? Harpeth Hall, an elite girls school in Nashville, Tennessee, has implemented a new policy to allow applications from anyone who identifies as female, not just those who are biologically female.

Against All Odds with Cousin Sal (Extra Points Edition)
Hard Knocks Returns: Detroit Lions Best Bets, Durant Demands, Harry Buries the Hatchet

Against All Odds with Cousin Sal (Extra Points Edition)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 49:17


It's a cause for celebration as the Against All Odds crew goes 3-1 yesterday and Babyface Joel is back from the hospital after passing a kidney stone. Babyface's doctor informs him he thankfully doesn't need to change his diet, Sal discusses the Kansas City Royals pulled pork and Reese's Peanut Butter Cups sandwich as they discuss which is the worst food item sold at a Major League Ballpark. Parlay Kid argues that peanuts are a waste of energy and Sal admits he doesn't like to mix his entrees with desserts. With a new season of Hard Knocks premiering tonight, the guys give out their best Detroit Lions bets. Then the guys make their Underdog picks of the day as Sal once again likes an over/under on pitch count. Three Knicks players lose in a Pro-Am event, is this cause for concern for Parlay Kid? Plus Kevin Durant tells ownership a new ultimatum and Cousin Sal thinks he can solve their problem. Finally, Parlay Kid ends the show with some breaking news: is Harry once again friends with one of his biggest enemies?

Rocky & Lissa
Rocky & Lissa Audio: Wait. There's Something Better than a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup?

Rocky & Lissa

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 1:55


Hang on.  There's actually something better than a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup?  Some of us got schooled on Reese's this week.

PHOENIX magazine
Arizona Craft Beer Review: Barkley’s Peanut Butter Cup Porter

PHOENIX magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 15:49


An aromatic yet approachable dark style of beer, Barkley's is thin and crushable and a good gateway Porter for those looking to grow into the style. The post Arizona Craft Beer Review: Barkley's Peanut Butter Cup Porter appeared first on PHOENIX magazine.

Here's What I Don't Get
Episode 295 - Kirk on the Rocks (ft. Jay)

Here's What I Don't Get

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 117:11


This week's episode is brought to you by the Internet Sloth. Once in a blue moon, he comes out of his hiding place and relocates to the internet connection of a random podcaster. He then spends his days hand delivering each packet of data lovingly, at a speed of approximately 0.0000001 MPH. Thanks Internet Sloth! We reward you with:- Holding the Joke Too Long- Star Trek Cocktails- No Higher Authority- Yard SignsLook, here's a joke. It's a little funny. It's not a gut-buster, but a little chuckle. More jokes = more funny though, so what if we pelted you over the head with it over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over! Wouldn't that be funny?Reese's Peanut Butter Cups are a masterclass in combining things. Two separate things, that while separate are great. But when you combine them, not all willy-nilly, but lovingly and crafted in a way to be delicious, it works. Unlike the cocktails in the Star Trek Cocktails book Tab was recently gifted. I'd personally suggest the "Abrams Shot" which is a .45 ACP to the temple. Garnished with an orange peel.Internet forum goers are weirdos. Recluses of society that would rather speak L337 than speak to another person. But damn if those nerds aren't good at being the replacement for thick, tomes of manuals that technology used to ship with. They are the modern day Library of Alexandria, solving the problems that the gods left on Earth.Yard signs are trash. Literal garbage. No one has ever looked at a political candidate's sign and decided to vote for them based on it. No one is that stupid, and if there was someone, you wouldn't want them voting in the first place. So when someone stabs one into your begonias, they might as well have taken their garbage can and dumped it onto your lawn.All this and more on this week's episode! Don't forget to join us on DISCORD, support us through the end on PATREON or by BUYING A SHIRT.

Midnight Crisis
Episode 15 - Pre-Yodelled Water

Midnight Crisis

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 90:59


"I don't got no type. Bad bitches are the only thing that I like." - Ben has an issue with Rae Sremmurd's lyrics and we debate the definition of a ‘bad bitch'. - We birth a new superhero who can see the future of soup. - Ben aims his sights on cream of chicken soup. - We consider a world where you have to yodel for your water. - Kirsty chimes in with her thoughts on aging out of Leonardo DiCaprio's demographic. - Ben lays down a few rules for his post-death porn career. - We discuss the highlight of our friend's wedding. - We dispense some advice to all the office Peanut Butter Cup aficionados. - We help a Willem Dafoe fan with their lock screen conundrum.

Breaking Social Norms
Why Diets Don't Work: Understanding Health & Nutrition with Jodi Stonehocker!

Breaking Social Norms

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 77:05


Today we are joined by our very first guest appearance! She's an expert and coach for all things health & nutrition- it's Jodi Stonehocker! If you've got questions about dieting, health or nutrition- this show will start you down your path to wellness! We'll hear why fad dieting like Keto DOES NOT WORK and how Jodi's macro-focused coaching system gets your body into the correct levels for feeling good and performing even better! We'll talk protein sources, microbiome gut health, seed oils, the Standard American Diet problems, food pyramid conspiracies, PCOS & female specific health issues such as the myth of women lifting too heavy and so much more! We'll do some example work like choosing Reese's Peanut Butter Cups vs Larabars as well.Follow her to start learning how you can get in the shape you always wanted to at https://www.instagram.com/Jodi.Stonehocker/ (*she's even posting Isaac's before and after photos so you can see how well her coaching worked)! Listeners can also get 20% off her wellness journal by using promo code "BREAKING20" at her website https://foreverfitnutrition.co  (*WHILE SUPPLIES LAST- THERE'S A LIMITED NUMBER OF JOURNALS)

The Clydesdale, Fitness & Friends
Colten Mertens | 2X CrossFit Games Athlete, Handyman and Peanut Butter Cup OG

The Clydesdale, Fitness & Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 59:01


We talk to Colten about all the things he has gotten better of the last year, his trip to his 2nd CrossFit Games and his goals for this season. His up and down performance at the Granite Games, The Flip Sled he built himself because he had a clue. Going to the Games with his Fiance and how that will look logistically. Plus we learn if Pigs can swim and if they like Peanut Butter Cups.

Horror Makes Us Happy
Horror Makes Us Happy - Danger Slater (I Will Rot Without You, He Digs a Hole, Puppet Skin)

Horror Makes Us Happy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 81:13


You need to hear about the Reese's Peanut Butter Cup costume.

Predicting The Turn w/ Dave Knox
This ex-lawyer disrupted the ice cream category and is now taking aim at chocolate with his new low-calorie brand - Gatsby Chocolate

Predicting The Turn w/ Dave Knox

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 32:33


In 2017, Halo Top became the #1 selling pint of ice cream in the United States and was even named one of the top inventions of the year by TIME Magazine. The ice cream was one of its kind, igniting an entire category of low-calorie and high protein products where top companies even launched copycat competitors to get in on the craze. Halo Top was co-founded by former lawyers, Justin Woolverton and Doug Bouton, and the brand had one of the most dramatic growth stories within the CPG industry—going from $2 million in sales in 2015 and skyrocketing to over $300 million in just two years. Today, Bouton is starting his next brand as he takes aim at a category that is double the size of ice cream: chocolate. In 2021, Bouton founded GATSBY Chocolate, the lowest calorie chocolate on the market, and already released nearly 10 products with ambitious plans to introduce more innovations this year, including unique products like Peanut Butter Cups (for only 50 calories per cup!) and an upcoming Oat Milk-based line that is vegan and plant-based. I sat down with him to talk more about the lessons he learned in Halo Top and how he is applying those experiences as CEO of GATSBY Chocolate.

Dr. Howard Smith Oncall
Taharka Brothers Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream Has JIF

Dr. Howard Smith Oncall

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 1:04


  Vidcast:  https://youtu.be/TOIw5zt86Nk   The FDA and Taharka Bros are recalling Taharka Brothers Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream.  This product was make with the Smucker Company's JIF salmonella-contaminated peanut butter.  It was sold in Maryland and the Washington DC regions by Streets Market, Green Valley Marketplace, Eddies of Roland Park, Good Food Markets Santoni's, Graul's Market, and Geresbecks.  Don't consume this ice cream but return it to the place of purchase or to a Taharka Brothers store.  For more information or a direct refund, call Taharka Brothers Ice Cream at 1-410-698-2738 or reach them via the email taharkacs@gmail.com.   https://www.fda.gov/safety/recalls-market-withdrawals-safety-alerts/taharka-brothers-ice-cream-recalls-peanut-butter-cup-ice-cream-because-possible-health-risk   #taharka #icecream #peanutbutter #jif #salmonella #recall  

Talk to Dad
Episode 277 - Austin and Paris, Stranger Things Binge and Blueberry Muffin KitKats - Talk to Dad

Talk to Dad

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 61:22


Will and Henry talk to Dad about bug bites, Santi's return to Spain, Will and Dad's trip to Austin, Everything, Everywhere All At Once, Will's state solo, Texas barbecue, Henry's trip to Paris, Henry's driver's permit, and Stranger Things 4.  In the News, we talk about a family that found someone else's dog sleeping in their bed, a man who was arrested for calling 9-1-1 and telling them to put Joe Biden in jail, and a California court's decision that bees are fish.  We do a Dad Quiz about Father's Day trivia.  For Treat Yourself, we try a Blueberry Muffin KitKat, Marshmallow Top Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, SweeTarts Chewy Fusions, and Firework Oreos with Popping Candy.

Nose Bleeds  Sports PodCast
Nose Bleeds "200" Whittskel and Ebert

Nose Bleeds Sports PodCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 117:46


The classic Reese's Peanut Butter Cup, coaching, the NBA Finals, Johnny Depp trial, movies, and Katt Williams. A hall of fame episode for #200.

Dr. Howard Smith Oncall
Rich's Peanut Butter Cups on Recall

Dr. Howard Smith Oncall

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 0:56


  Vidcast:  https://youtu.be/lSlA7kr8CSI   The FDA and the Albanese Confectionery Group, Inc. have recalled Rich's Peanut Butter Cups including Rich's Milk Chocolate Mini Peanut Butter Cups and Rich's Milk Chocolate Giant Layered Peanut Butter Cups.  These candies are made with with Jif salmonella-containing peanut butter. If eaten, it can trigger severe and life-threatening gastrointestinal and systemic infections in the very young, elders, and in those with immune weaknesses.  If you bought any Rich's Peanut Butter Cups, return them to the place of purchase for a refund.  For additional information, call Albanese at 1-219-472-6306.   https://www.fda.gov/safety/recalls-market-withdrawals-safety-alerts/albanese-confectionery-group-inc-recalls-select-peanut-butter-products-because-possible-health-risk   #richs #peanutbuttercups #jif #salmonella #infection #recall  

Dr. Howard Smith Oncall
Mary's Harvest Apple and Celery Peanut Butter Cups on Recall

Dr. Howard Smith Oncall

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 0:53


  Vidcast:  https://youtu.be/5bURMQoF4Ts   The FDA and Mary's Harvest are recalling Celery Peanut Butter Cup G&G and Apple Peanut Butter Cup G&G.  These contain a Jif Peanut Butter Cups To Go and may be contaminated with salmonella capable of causing serious or life-threatening infections.  These products were sold in Washington state and Oregon.  If you bought these products, do not consume the peanut butter and return the product to the place of purchase for a refund.  For additional information, call Garden Cut at 1-503-808-9444.   https://www.fda.gov/safety/recalls-market-withdrawals-safety-alerts/marys-harvest-fresh-foods-inc-issues-voluntary-recall-celery-peanut-butter-cup-gg-and-apple-peanut   #marysharvest #apples #celery #peanutbutter #jif #salmonella #recall  

HIListically Speaking with Hilary Russo
Ep87 - Claudia Williams: From Hershey's Kisses to Curious Leadership

HIListically Speaking with Hilary Russo

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 53:16


“People don't care how much you know until they know how much you care”. While those words are attributed to Teddy Roosevelt, when business coach, consultant and recovering corporate lawyer Claudia Williams shared them during her conversation, you can  just felt it from the heart. She's the kind of person you want in your posse. In fact, when she was part of The Hershey Company's legal team, she actually had what she called, “The Chocolate Posse”. It was a place where ideas flowed and friendship, mentorship and leadership was always present. Or as she calls it “Friendtorship”: the pillars that make a good leader in the workplace as well as the home. On this episode of HIListically Speaking, Claudia shares her story:  The lessons she learned as a child in a home. One she says was filled with love, but also domestic violence and divorce. How she vowed to create a positive space personally and professionally.  And how her own child's words lead her to make the biggest decision yet…leaving “The Sweetest Place on Earth” to follow her heart. But not before learning the secret behind the Reece's Peanut Butter Cup. Connect with Claudia: Website: http://claudia-williams.com/LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/claudiamwilliams Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/execcoachclaudia/ Facebook:   https://www.facebook.com/ExecCoachClaudia Twitter:  https://twitter.com/execcoachclaud Pay it forward and pass this episode along to a friend. And consider subscribing wherever your ear buds take you. Leave a review on Apple Podcast and I may give you a shout out on an upcoming episode! Join the free Brain Candy Challenge during Mental Health Awareness Month. Daily videos are posted all month long on Hilary's TikTok and Instagram. HIListically Speaking with Hilary RussoCreated/Hosted by Hilary Russo Music by Lipbone Redding Edited by David Sais Recorded on SquadCast (Free 7 Day Trial) Connect with HilaryInstagram: @HilaryRusso Twitter: @HilaryRusso Facebook: @HilaryRusso TikTok @hilisticallyspeaking Website: www.hilaryrusso.com

Good People, Cool Things
114: Making Candy and Growing a Brand with Tamalitoz Owners Jack Bessulo and Dec Simmons

Good People, Cool Things

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 35:27 Transcription Available


I've been a candy fan for about as long as I can remember. Halloween nights were a contest to see how many Reese's Peanut Butter Cups and Twix bars I could amass, and I once ate an entire large bag of Sour Skittles at a movie once (it was Undercover Brother, if you're scoring at home). Yet I've never tried a candy quite like Tamalitoz. It combines some of the traditional flavors of Mexican candy with British sweets, with a bit of spice on the inside, rather than coating the outside. You'll definitely want to try Tamalitoz by Sugarox. Owners Jack Bessulo and Dec Simmons share how they got started, ways to expand a brand, and some of the most surprising things about running a business.

A Recent Study Suggests
Organic Cotton Fluff

A Recent Study Suggests

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 49:17


In this week's episode we talk about what your candy preference says about your personality. We also discuss Robert's practical approach to candy and Sam's trash can Reese's Peanut Butter Cup.Check out our article in Voyage Houston!Candy and Your PersonalityFollow the podcast:IG: @ARecentStudyPodTwitter: @ARecentStudyPodFollow Robert:IG: @RobertBarbosa03Twitter: @RobertBarbosa03

BJ & Jamie
BJ Accidentally Gave Frog a Peanut Butter Cup With Lunch

BJ & Jamie

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 8:04


BJ thought his wife could've been nicer when she text him about sending Frog to school with a peanut butter cup. 

BBQ RADIO NATION
THERMOMETERS & THE NEW FIREBOARD SPARK with TED CONRAD on BBQ RADIO NETWORK

BBQ RADIO NATION

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 44:43


Thermometers. They've been called the #1 difference maker for smoking and grilling. Ted Conrad, co-founder of Fireboard Labs, makers of innovative thermometer solutions, joins us to talk about some of what they offer. Also in this week's show, what are they serving at ballparks this baseball season. Reese's Peanut Butter Cups on a pulled pork sandwich?  That's just the beginning. Hold on for the last segment when Andy walks us through cooking seafood on the grill.

The Masterful Coach
Building your list: An Interview with Brittni Schroeder

The Masterful Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 39:13


The value in an email list is incalculable. Unlike a feed in social media that people may miss, an email remains in their view. Recipients may not open every email you send but they are at least seeing your name, and that has an impact. But how do you build a list of potential clients? Marketing Strategist, Brittni Schroeder, joins me to discuss building your email list through lead magnets. She encourages us all to take the time it needs but not take too long. I have long believed that most people put off creating their lead magnet because they overthink it. But it really is just something that offers value. You probably already have something such as a piece of wisdom or help you could be offering. So, listen to this episode for inspiration, and then set to work building your list! “Marketing is becoming memorable.” – Brittni Schroeder What You'll Learn Having multiple reaches The ease of a valuable lead magnet Ideas to grow your email list Leverage social media differently Craft coordinated pop-ups Pick 2 to start Don't forget to promote your freebie Contact Info and Recommended Resources Connect with Brittni Schroeder Brittni is a business coach, marketing strategist, social media expert, life coach, educator, digital marketer, networker and mama. Through her business, Brittni helps entrepreneurs automate their business, create systems, convert funnels, and scale to 6-figures and beyond! Brittni in her own words… I was a late bloomer and my beanpole frame couldn't hang with most girls my age. Many a days drowning my tears in Diet Coke and Reese's Peanut Butter Cups.  At the time I didn't appreciate it, but now I look back and understand I was being taught the importance of personal development. I learned early that I had the ability to connect with people. I began a career as a photographer and was the Editor-In-Chief of a Photography Magazine.  I established a successful photography business. My work was featured in the Wall Street Journal, Good Morning America and I was named one of The Most Influential Photographers​ in 2016. When I hit my 30's I was gifted with the 5lbs that never goes away and a mid-life crisis. I was ready and eager for a new challenge and more purpose.  I knew I needed to use my gifts and my story to teach entrepreneurs what they are capable of. I refined my skills and became certified as a life coach specializing in business coaching  and confidence. I not only give you the tools to run a successful business, but I help you manage your mind so you can maximize those tools.  I teach you how to go from good to great in your business in your life. brittnischroeder.com Instagram Facebook Get Brittni's FREE list: 50 Lead Magnet Ideas Connect with Molly Claire The Coaching Collective: thecoachingcollective.com Get FREE mini-trainings by signing up for our emails. Email support@thecoachingcollective.com and request to be added to the list! Work with Molly: mollyclaire.com/coaching molly@mollyclaire.com Get Molly's bestselling book, The Happy Mom Mindset: mollyclaire.com/book Facebook Instagram

Pappy's Products
Ep. 38: Potato Chip Reese's Peanut Butter Cups

Pappy's Products

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 9:03


Tom Reese is at it again, trying to stuff as many random things inside his cups as he can think of. This time... potato chips.

Murphy, Sam & Jodi
Brutally honest marriage advice / Sam's treat for Reese's lovers / How the drive-thru experience is about to change

Murphy, Sam & Jodi

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 33:59


Brutally honest marriage advice. And yes, you can add to the list. Sam's got the ultimate treat for Reese's Peanut Butter Cup lovers.How the Drive-Thru experience is about to change.

The Kansas City Star Daily Flash Briefing
The Kansas City Star daily briefing — Tuesday, April 5, 2022

The Kansas City Star Daily Flash Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 3:48


The top headlines from The Kansas City Star on Tuesday, April 5th, 2022 including: Nearly two dozen faith leaders on Monday urged the Kansas City Board of Police Commissioners to hire a new police chief who will commit to fighting racism within and outside of the department, a trial to determine whether Kansas's Republican-drawn congressional map is unconstitutionally gerrymandered opened Monday and Kauffman Stadium will offer the BBQ Reese's Sandwich, with pulled pork, Sweet Baby Ray's barbecue sauce, crumbled Reese's Peanut Butter Cups and bacon bits.

Parenting Roundabout
Roundabout Roundup: Justin's Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups, Door Buddy Door Latch, and WW

Parenting Roundabout

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2022 8:27


On this week's Roundabout Roundup, Catherine's found a new sweet treat with good-for-you ingredients: Justin's Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups [https://www.justins.com/products/mini-dark-chocolate-peanut-butter-cups/]. Nicole's new best buddy is a handy gadget called the Door Buddy [https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01N258SAG/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1]. And Terri reports, with a bit of a sigh, that she's back on WW (for a clean start this time) [https://www.weightwatchers.com/us/].

eating alone in my car
peanut butter cups (fake)

eating alone in my car

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 24:55


feelings (real)

Know Nonsense Trivia Podcast
Episode 192: Mommy Milky

Know Nonsense Trivia Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2022 92:42


Quizmasters Lee and Marc meet for a trivia quiz on topics including Dogs, Fruits, Marvel, Geography, History, Candy, Sports, Insects, Medical Terms and more! Round One DOGS - Kim Kardashian's dog, Rocky, whom she co-owned with ex- Reggie Bush and was seen on the show Keeping Up With The Kardashians, was of what breed? FRUITS - Carolina Cross, Golden Midget and Orange Glow are all cultivars of what fruit known botanically as a pepo? MARVEL - Which Marvel character is named after and inspired by a 1968 song by The Beatles? GEOGRAPHY - The White Mountains are a mountain range that cover approximately 1/4 of what state? HISTORY - Which country, that exists today, was officially founded in 1867? RAPPERS - By what name is rapper Robert Rahmeek Williams? Round Two CANDY - In what decade were Reese's Peanut Butter Cups introduced? CANNABIS - Gaining popularity in the 1910's, what Mexican folk song is the earliest known song to explicitly reference weed? FAMOUS ROLES - Actor Ron Ely played which famous titular character from 1966-1968 on a TV show based on a book published in 1912? SPORTS - Fronton is the term for the court used in which sport? INSECTS - A pismire is an antiquated term for what insect? ANCIENT GAMES - What is the name of the ancient version of Backgammon enjoyed by the ancient Egyptians? DISEASES - What illness, largely associated with social stigma, is also known as Hansen's Disease? Rate My Question GEOGRAPHY - What three Asian countries are the only in the world that have unique starting letters in their names? Final Questions MEDICAL TERMS - What is the medical term for the first milk that a mother produces for baby? SONG TITLES - What title was shared by three different songs by Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Huey Lewis and the News, and Jennifer Rush, which all achieved UK or US #1 positions within a few months of each other? Upcoming LIVE Know Nonsense Trivia Challenges March 9th, 2022 - Know Nonsense Challenge - Point Ybel Brewing Co. - 7:30 pm EDT March 10th, 2022 - Know Nonsense Trivia Challenge - Ollies Pub Records and Beer - 7:30 pm EDT You can find out more information about that and all of our live events online at KnowNonsenseTrivia.com All of the Know Nonsense events are free to play and you can win prizes after every round. Thank you Thanks to our supporters on Patreon. Thank you, Quizdaddies – Gil, Brandon, Issa, Adam V., Tommy (The Electric Mud) and Tim (Pat's Garden Service) Thank you, Team Captains – Matthew, Captain Nick, Grant, Mo, Jenny, Rick G., Skyler, Dylan, Shaun, Lydia, Gil, David, Aaron, Kristen & Fletcher Thank you, Proverbial Lightkeepers – Justin M., Robb, Rikki, Jon Lewis, Moo, Tim, Nabeel, Patrick, Jon, Adam B., Ryan, Mollie, Lisa, Alex, Spencer, Kaitlynn, Manu, Luc, Hank, Justin P., Cooper, Elyse, Sarah, Karly, Kristopher, Josh, Lucas Thank you, Rumplesnailtskins – Nathan, Sai, Cara, Megan, Christopher, Brandon, Sarah, FoxenV, Laurel, A-A-Ron, Loren, Hbomb, Alex, Doug, Kevin and Sara, Tiffany, Allison, Paige, We Do Stuff, Kenya, Jeff, Eric, Steven, Efren, Mike J., Mike C., Mike. K If you'd like to support the podcast and gain access to bonus content, please visit http://theknowno.com and click "Support."

The Bright Side Comics Chat
Issue #169: Reese's Peanut Butter Cups or Broccoli?

The Bright Side Comics Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2022 99:11


Another fun week at Arkham Comics and Games filled with laughs, books, bad jokes and just an all-around great time hanging out talking all things comics!  If you like hanging out in a comic bookstore then this is the podcast for you!Come on in and join John & DJ in a good ole' fashion comic bookstore fun.

STAB!
STAB! 274 – Star Swipe

STAB!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 57:55


Woosh! Zoom! Sparkle sparkle! In this dazzling display of an episode of the STAB! show, video toaster and host Jesse Jones welcomes a true rainbow comet tail of panelists Willie Travis, Michelle Petro & David Coleman to share with you their three NRMAs, bootleg knockoffs of Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, American Gladiators, & Disney +, … Continue reading »

Business On Top
Episode 49 - Peanut Butter Cup Pie, NFTs, Shower Thoughts

Business On Top

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 39:17


The boys reminisce about food challenge February and lament the decision of the One Chip Challenge a two months ago. Plus, why isn't the College Football Playoff 8 teams, and Vijay brings back Henry Ford from the grave (Frankie, get him on) to rip one of his contributions to modern society.

The PR Week
The PR Week: 11.18.2021: Sabrina Sanchez, PRWeek and Campaign US

The PR Week

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 38:09


Podcast topics:- The future of work and plans to return to a weekly office commute — is there a new normal? How are agencies and other businesses adapting? And what do employees want?; - The highly competitive competition to hire and retain PR talent across the industry and the disruption that started with COVID-19 and has continued months later;- Edelman's response after being targeted by a celebrity-driven push for the firm to stop working with fossil-fuel clients and to recommit to working toward climate solutions;  - The Thanksgiving ad campaigns and activations that made a splash this week, including Hershey's limited-edition Reese's Peanut Butter Cup pie that sold out in mere hours;- Recapping the several recently announced business breakups of Johnson & Johnson, General Electric and Toshiba and what it all means for each company;- The communication strategies -- or lack thereof -- around President Joe Biden's trillion-plus-dollar infrastructure bill, which he signed into law earlier this week, and whether its passage can swing public opinion back into his party's favor after a rough Election Day for Democrats.- Recapping Business Insider's allegations of inappropriate conduct by Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy and Portnoy's crisis management strategy and rebuttal.

Beer Thirty: Craft Brew Stories and Reviews From Northern California
BEER THIRTY: Henhouse Brewing - Treat Life - Peanut Butter Cup Porter

Beer Thirty: Craft Brew Stories and Reviews From Northern California

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 5:33


Fridays at 8:30a it's BEER THIRTY! Brad and Ben from The Podcast – Sports Meats Beer join Danny as they try a new BEER each week by using the AATMF – Appearance, Aroma, Taste, Mouthfeel, and Finish! This week Henhouse Brewing - Treat Life - Peanut Butter Cup Porter!

The Shallow End
Ep. 73: There‘s Nothing Fun About Fun Sized Candy

The Shallow End

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 29:10


A short hiatus turned into a much longer, unplanned one, but the Girls are back - along with Pam's mouth! Want to know the best Halloween candy to pair with Prosecco? The Girls share their favorites (candy corn and Reece's Peanut Butter Cups top the list), and they can't wait to hear your picks! Happy Halloween!

Left in the Right Lane
LITRL BIGLY HALLOWEEN SHOW!

Left in the Right Lane

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 66:26


The studio is haunted, by jerkballs - Halloween Hores and Foggy Memories galore in this spooky spectacular! Not sponsored by Peanut Butter Cups.

Keep Snackin' Podcast
Halloween Snacks!

Keep Snackin' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 50:42


Snack's in this episode: - Brach's Candy Corn - Snicker's (snack size)- Reese's Peanut Butter Cup (glow in the dark edition)- KitKats - Boar's Head Pumpkin Pie Dessert Hummus 

Carpe Diem Living
CDL63: Be Stronger Than Your Excuses with Win Charles

Carpe Diem Living

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 32:09


We have many dreams in life. Dreams of a better future, a happy family, running a marathon, losing that extra 10 pounds, and eating healthy. But sometimes, our dreams are just being overshadowed by the sheer number of excuses. We can have as many dreams as we want, but all it will take is just one excuse and all that dreams will never be a reality. It can be our lack of time, our job, and sometimes even our own health, but all of these should not stop us. Take our guest for this week as an example. Win Charles was born with cerebral palsy, she lost her mom in 2010 and her dad in 2019, but these have not stopped her from reaching her dreams and touching other people's lives. Win Charles has defied the odds by becoming an author. Her memoir “I, Win” tells her amazing story of how she remembers her life through the years of having cerebral palsy, as a competitor in the Kona IronMan Triathlon, and a motivational speaker, and even hosts her own Podcast: A Winning Cup. Win Charles also tours the country, speaking to schools and institutions to raise awareness about cerebral palsy and living a full life no matter what holds you back. She is also an advocate of veterans across the world. In this episode, Shane chats with Win about her holistic journey, her love for essential oils, and how zucchini brownie has helped her stay away, at times, from Peanut Butter Cups. Connect with Win: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/askwin622 https://www.instagram.com/awinningcup/ A Winning Cup Podcast: http://awinningcup.weebly.com/ Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/awinningcup/ _______________________________________________________________________ About Carpe Diem Living The Podcast: Join us at our Facebook Group for exclusive content and offers from our amazing guests: https://web.facebook.com/groups/757818811652761 Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/carpediemlivingpodcast/ https://www.instagram.com/shanegitmed/ Listen to all episodes: https://linktr.ee/carpediemlivingpodcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/carpediemliving/support

NextGen Radio
Isometric Training for Pain Management and Strength Gains

NextGen Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 45:39


Episode NotesPublished on October 11, 2021Our Hosts:Mike Ercolano's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mike_ercolano/Kelly Krauss' Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kkrauss76/John Espodito's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/john_esposito15/Next Generation Training Center: https://nextgenerationtrainingcenter.com/NextGen Radio Podcast: https://nextgenerationtrainingcenter.com/nextgenradio/Mike Ercolano (00:00):What's up, everybody. Thank you for listening to NextGen Radio. This is a podcast for those of you who want the truth and nothing but the truth when it comes to diet, exercise, and all things health. This is episode number 35 and I'm Mike Ercolano. I'm here with my co-hosts Kelly Krauss and John Esposito, and we are about to fill the next 30 minutes or so of your time with some super exciting health and fitness stuff. So, if that's what you're interested in, welcome.Transcript and Show Notes:Mike Ercolano (00:34):I don't know, I'm trying to extend the intro to keep the listener's attention, but I don't know. It's not working.Kelly Krauss (00:41):All right. We're here, we're here.John Esposito (00:42): We're all here.Mike Ercolano (00:43):I don't think I have either one of yours attention either because you're looking down at your phone and...Kelly Krauss (00:48):I was just trying to find something.John Esposito (00:48):I'm trying to find good quality information.Kelly Krauss (00:50): Yeah, I was too.Mike Ercolano (00:50): Ah, cramming last minute.John Esposito (00:52):Yeah, of course. That's how I got through college. Last-minute cramming.Mike Ercolano (00:55): Yeah, I understand that.Kelly Krauss (00:57):I'm a planner, so I've let myself down with today.Mike Ercolano (01:00):You didn't plan beforehand?Kelly Krauss (01:02): Not really.John Esposito (01:03):But you were saying you were trying to.Kelly Krauss (01:04):I put thought into it, but I came up with nothing. That's not acceptable. I have to come up with something.Mike Ercolano (01:10):You're right. Yeah, that was not acceptable.Kelly Krauss (01:12): Right.Mike Ercolano (01:14):No. That's right, I didn't plan anything either, but I never do. I mean, that's not true. Sometimes I do.John Esposito (01:20): Yeah.Kelly Krauss (01:21):Yeah, we just got to get better with that.John Esposito (01:23): Yeah, we do.Kelly Krauss (01:24):Because you need time to think about it. You need time to research.John Esposito (01:28):Absolutely. Mike, you did queue a little interest in some topics I was reading on when you were asking about how our workouts are going.Mike Ercolano (01:33): Yeah?John Esposito (01:33):Yeah. So, I was reading up on a new training... I guess, science behind some training. It's the idea of 90 degree eccentric training. I don't know if you've ever heard of that, but it's just-Mike Ercolano (01:46):No, I don't think so. 90 degree eccentric training? Is that what you said?John Esposito (01:50):Yep. 90 degree eccentric isometrics is the full name.Mike Ercolano (01:54): Okay.John Esposito (01:54):So, there is a good amount of new research out and a lot by one specific, I guess, performance coach, but he's also a doctorate. He's a physical therapist, doctor in kinesiology as well as everything else.Mike Ercolano (02:10):Remix. Sorry. That didn't help either.John Esposito (02:13):For the life of me can't remember his name, but a lot of his research and lot of the research that he based his training off of is about joint angles and about how musculature affects those joint angles and vice versa. How the joint affects... My God. English. How joint angles affect musculature. There's been a lot of research in the past couple of years saying that that 90 degree angle, which we normally say is a baseline to get to, I would say, with a squat or most movements is actually the ideal positioning for most joints muscles and actually for majority of the body, for spinal alignment as well.John Esposito (02:50):Now, a lot of his training with high-end athletes... He trains a lot of quarterbacks, he trains a lot of sprinters, even bodybuilders. So, he's got a lot of variety going into there. Are finding huge results just by real simple movements. Like a goblet squat, going down into a 90 degree angles, setting that in position, keeping constant tension throughout that, and then exploding out of that movement. But you get after isometric, which it allows the muscles to secure the joint, getting into that isometric at the bottom, after the eccentric. Which we know it's forcing your muscles to squeeze, it keeps everything in position. But that is also helping to relieve injury, to treat injury, and to also prevent injury. So, there's now about 250 studies included in his website.Mike Ercolano (03:40):Hm. What's this guy's name?John Esposito (03:42):It's something Seedman. Or Joel Seedman, I believe. And a lot of his training has been going off of that, and he's been finding results that have been supporting all the research as well. It's not just lab-based, it was practice-based as well.Mike Ercolano (03:58):Right.John Esposito (03:59):These athletes that you're seeing are some of the best of the best. You have, I can't remember who thequarterback was. Is it Heinicke or Heinky?Mike Ercolano (04:11): I don't know.John Esposito (04:12):He just had a good week, put up three touchdowns.Kelly Krauss (04:16): Who is he with?Mike Ercolano (04:16):Oh, a current quarterback?John Esposito (04:17): Yeah, current quarterbacks.Kelly Krauss (04:18): Okay. So-Mike Ercolano (04:20): So, bodybuilders-Kelly Krauss (04:21):... these are the people he's trained and this is part of his study.John Esposito (04:22): Yeah.Kelly Krauss (04:22): Okay.John Esposito (04:23):So, this is all part of his practice and-Mike Ercolano (04:26): I'll look him up later.John Esposito (04:26):... I was looking into it and it's proven. Actually those angles support the right muscle activation of both glutes, quads, hamstrings, and a squat. Works the same for upper body movements as well. So, doing overhead press is coming down to a 90 degree, locking in that form, locking in that positioning, exploding out of that will work the same way. Prevents the joints from going past their quote-unquote end range of their limit, but you also still work into those end ranges. But getting to that 90 degree angle allows the muscles to secure the joint, building around that, and then you can actually bulletproof the joints to work better in bigger ranges after that.Mike Ercolano (05:04): Hm.John Esposito (05:06):I don't know if I'm explaining it right, but-Kelly Krauss (05:07): Oh, yeah.Mike Ercolano (05:08):Yeah, no, I'm following you. So, now I've never heard of this guy. And so, I'd like to look into a lot more of it.Kelly Krauss (05:15): Yeah.Mike Ercolano (05:16):It's interesting, because I use a lot of isometric stuff with either during stability work with athletes or with people who have pain.Mike Ercolano (05:25):So, for example, Vinny. You just stretched Vinny, he just walked out of here. He's got two torn ACLs MCLs. Both his knees are banged up, but he obviously continues to train hard. So, a lot of stuff we do, especially when we're not in a camp right now like we are... When he's just general training, we do a lot of isometric work and we do a lot of isometric work during his warmup and during his, excuse me, prep and prime work, and it helps alleviate his knee pain.Mike Ercolano (05:55):And I found that isometric, I mean, without any studies or anything, just by doing it and anecdotally. So, it's cool to hear that there's some studies that back that up because I've just done it because we'd do it for a little while and he says his knee feels better and we trained.John Esposito (06:10):And it was just about... I think it was 250 plus articles that he has included on his website that support this idea of 90 degree eccentric isometrics. So, lowering phase of about four or five seconds, really getting the most muscular feel out of that, coming down to that 90 degree angle, and then supporting that trains those joints into their best position, trains those joints to stay secure in those positions, but it also translates to going past those positions as well when you go into less loaded-Mike Ercolano (06:40):Interesting. And I guess maybe once you go past those it's more into the mobility training side of things,right?John Esposito (06:46): Yeah.Kelly Krauss (06:47):Well, we could talk about the kid you had in sports performance this week with his squat. That was trulyass to grass, right?Mike Ercolano (06:53): Yeah, it was terrible though.Kelly Krauss (06:54): It was so, so low.Mike Ercolano (06:55):Not terrible. And because, he didn't really know what he was doing, it was just terrible that it was actually better than what most people would be able to do naturally. Because that's closer to what we're naturally supposed to be doing than how we are now.Mike Ercolano (07:12):But the problem is, he, along with many of us, lack the stability to go that far down. He was going that far down, but his ankles were rolling in and his hip flexors. His knees were folding. He didn't have the hip strength, the stability through his hips and the mobility in his feet and ankles to be able to go that low.Mike Ercolano (07:31):But naturally we should be able to sit in that position. In fact, we should be able to... That's like if you goto third world countries, that's how they-Kelly Krauss (07:40): How they hang out.Mike Ercolano (07:41):How they hang out, how they shit, how they take a break. They sit into that position.John Esposito (07:47):It's actually, speaking of that you're saying that's how they shit, that's actually the body's naturalpositioning for-Kelly Krauss (07:52):Like the-Mike Ercolano (07:52): The Squatty Potty.John Esposito (07:53): Yeah.Kelly Krauss (07:53):The Squatty Potty. Exactly.John Esposito (07:55):I mean, about five or six years ago before I even saw the Squatty Potty, I used to be putting somethingunderneath my feet when I would go-Kelly Krauss (08:00):Well, it helps. It supposed to help the flow.John Esposito (08:03):Yeah, I had no clue about it and I was just like, "You know what?"Mike Ercolano (08:06):That's how I get my calf work in.John Esposito (08:08): Yeah?Kelly Krauss (08:08): Really?Mike Ercolano (08:08):When I'm sitting on the john, yeah.Kelly Krauss (08:10): Ah, interesting.John Esposito (08:10): Push it up there?Mike Ercolano (08:11):No, I don't do reps. No. I'm not sitting there doing calf raises while... I do read a book though.John Esposito (08:19):Yeah?Kelly Krauss (08:19): That's good.John Esposito (08:21):It is good. Yeah. It's good that you [crosstalk 00:08:22]Kelly Krauss (08:22):I have all kinds of reading the bathroom too. In fact-John Esposito (08:23): Absolutely.Kelly Krauss (08:24):... I've invoked the rule no more phones in the bathroom.John Esposito (08:26):Mm-hmm (affirmative). You get sucked in.Kelly Krauss (08:26):Because they're in there forever.Mike Ercolano (08:29): Yeah, you get sucked in.John Esposito (08:31): Oh, absolutely.Kelly Krauss (08:31): It's not okay.Mike Ercolano (08:31): No.John Esposito (08:31): You get sucked in.Kelly Krauss (08:31):Reader's Digest is the perfect thing to have in your bathroom because their articles [crosstalk 00:08:35]John Esposito (08:34):Yeah, it's just interesting enough, but then it gets boring after a while.Mike Ercolano (08:37): They still make that?John Esposito (08:37): Yeah.Kelly Krauss (08:37): Yeah.Mike Ercolano (08:37): Really? I had idea.Kelly Krauss (08:37):I love Reader's Digest.John Esposito (08:39): Oh, yeah.Kelly Krauss (08:40): I'm a big fan.John Esposito (08:40): See-Mike Ercolano (08:41):I'm surprised it's not just a virtual one now.John Esposito (08:42):My issue is I have Popular Science, a couple of the car ones in the bathroom. So, even if I don't have myphone, I'll be sitting there for hours.Kelly Krauss (08:50):Yeah, I have nutrition magazines in there.John Esposito (08:51): Yep.Mike Ercolano (08:52):I use my... Remember when I used to use that Pomodoro for doing work? That little timer thing. Is thatwhat it's called? The little Italian tomato timer thing.Kelly Krauss (08:59):Oh, yeah. Yes, yes, yes.Mike Ercolano (09:00):Yeah, I use that in the bathroom when I'm reading.Kelly Krauss (09:05): A tomato timer?Mike Ercolano (09:05):Mm-hmm (affirmative). Or else I'll be there forever.John Esposito (09:08): Yeah.Mike Ercolano (09:09):It depends on what I'm reading or especially if I'm on my phone, but I'm very, I don't know, regimented right now. So, I'm in a pretty good routine that I'm in there for 10 minutes. Set it for 10 minutes. Boom. I get my 10 minutes of reading done every morning.Kelly Krauss (09:23):Thank you. Maybe I'll get a tomato timer for my bathroom at home.John Esposito (09:25): Yeah, pop it in there.Mike Ercolano (09:26): Yeah.Kelly Krauss (09:26): This is all you got.John Esposito (09:28):You see one of them walk in, give it a little twist real quick.Kelly Krauss (09:30):And I'll keep it outside the bathroom so they can't adjust it.John Esposito (09:32): I like that.Mike Ercolano (09:33): Yeah.Kelly Krauss (09:33):Right?John Esposito (09:34):Yeah, because you can always push those things five minutes.Kelly Krauss (09:36): Uh, yeah.Mike Ercolano (09:37):Oh, yeah. I mean, it comes along with the discipline of not doing that.John Esposito (09:42): Yeah.Kelly Krauss (09:42): Yeah.Mike Ercolano (09:44):But that's why I like that instead of my phone, because if I'm on my phone I... Besides having the normal amount of ADD that we all have now with our phones, I think I have even worse ADHD. Well, I know I do because I'm taking freaking medication for it.Mike Ercolano (09:59):But I'll go in and I'm like, "No, I'm doing one task." And then all of a sudden two minutes later, I'm in a rabbit hole of something else. I'm like, "Fuck. I just told myself I wouldn't." Literally. So, if I have a timer on my phone, I'm screwed because I'll snooze it and then I'll just start Googling something or whatever. So, the little old school kitchen timer works perfectly.Kelly Krauss (10:25): I like that idea.Mike Ercolano (10:26):And there's something about the ticking.Kelly Krauss (10:29):It's soothing? Like white noise?Mike Ercolano (10:32):It's more... I mean, I guess you have meditative. It gets you more in the zone, especially when I'm reading or doing work. Well, I haven't done it doing work. But reading, it gets you in the zone, it blanks out any outside noise. Even though it's not very loud, it gives you that tempo to follow. So, I like it. Yeah.Mike Ercolano (10:50):So, if you are walking by my house at... Usually it's about 5:00 AM, 4:45 AM, and you hear a little ticking coming from the bathroom.Kelly Krauss (11:00): That's what's happening.Mike Ercolano (11:01): That's me in there reading.Kelly Krauss (11:02): Okay.John Esposito (11:03): All right.Mike Ercolano (11:03): That's me in there reading.John Esposito (11:04):Good to know next time we pass by Mike's house.Kelly Krauss (11:06): That's right.Mike Ercolano (11:07): Yeah.Kelly Krauss (11:09):We can't get in. We can't get past your gate.Mike Ercolano (11:11):You can't, you can't. So, you have to tell me if you do, because if not, I'm pulling my gun out if somebodycoming through my door at 4:00 AM.Kelly Krauss (11:16): Yeah, right?Mike Ercolano (11:17):That's for sure. But yeah. So, going back to squatting, right?Kelly Krauss (11:22): Yes.Mike Ercolano (11:22):That's where this all came from?Kelly Krauss (11:23):This was all from John's article.John Esposito (11:23): Yeah.Mike Ercolano (11:26):Or actually, isometric holds. Yeah. So, I mean, I said anecdotally. But yes, I have read, maybe not studies, but other performance coaches and trainers talk about using isometric holds and physical therapists using isometric holds to help with injury. So, that's where... I didn't just come up with a one [inaudible 00:11:49]. So, it's interesting that someone's actually taking that even further and doing a ton of studies into it.Kelly Krauss (11:54):I think we should incorporate it.John Esposito (11:55):He's going full force. I mean, most of his training that I've seen on his page, on his website, is solely 90degree eccentric isometrics. And the occasional full range of motion movement.Mike Ercolano (12:07): Right.John Esposito (12:08):But it's just to keep them secure, because high-end athletes are very injury prone, even though they aretrained not to be.Mike Ercolano (12:15): Right.Kelly Krauss (12:16):Well, one of my favorites, the one and a half of a hold.John Esposito (12:19): Yeah?Kelly Krauss (12:19): A squat, yeah.John Esposito (12:20):Oh, yeah.Kelly Krauss (12:21):I really enjoy them. And you have to watch the clock. You can't count by yourself, because if you countby yourself it's one, two, three.Mike Ercolano (12:26): Right.John Esposito (12:27):Now, a lot of the benefit comes from both the amount of blood flow that goes into the muscles with those isometrics, with the eccentrics. That was one big part of his research that the blood flow increases significantly, which one-Mike Ercolano (12:38):More blood flow, more oxygen, more nutrients.John Esposito (12:40):Yep, less injury in there because-Mike Ercolano (12:41): More recovery.John Esposito (12:42):... everything's a little bit more pliable. But also at the same time, the nervous system fires up a little bitharder as well.Mike Ercolano (12:46): Nice. Right.John Esposito (12:47):To get into those eccentric, get into that isometric specifically, fires the nervous system 10 fold.Mike Ercolano (12:52):And I'm sure, I mean, I don't know if it was part of the study, but I'm sure it fires up the cardiovascularsystem too.John Esposito (12:58): Oh, absolutely.Mike Ercolano (12:59):How many times do we have an isometric hold in our programming and it doesn't look that-John Esposito (13:04):Difficult.Mike Ercolano (13:04):... hard. People don't really think until they're halfway through-John Esposito (13:07): I mean, today.Mike Ercolano (13:07):... and their heart rate's up and they're... So, I like that. Isometric holds.John Esposito (13:12): Yeah [crosstalk 00:13:13].Kelly Krauss (13:12):I think it should be in our next program.Mike Ercolano (13:14): Send it over, yeah.Kelly Krauss (13:15): Yeah, let's do it.John Esposito (13:15): Yeah.Mike Ercolano (13:15):I'd like to follow him. I'd like to look more into him too. That's pretty cool. And look, even just the basic principles of strength training, putting on muscle and muscle mass, time under tension is one of the key, if not the most important factor, for it. So-John Esposito (13:32):Absolutely. It's a very-well rounded system.Mike Ercolano (13:33):... that isometric hold adds right into that. So, cool. Good stuff. What was his name again?John Esposito (13:39): Joel Seedman.Mike Ercolano (13:40): Joel Seedman.Kelly Krauss (13:43):Joel Olsteen.Mike Ercolano (13:44): Joel Olsteen.John Esposito (13:44):He's going to start preaching to us.Mike Ercolano (13:45):Yeah. Well, he could maybe isometrically hold his body off the ground, floating a foot off the ground.And then I'll believe all the shit he talks about and may get very, very rich off of.Kelly Krauss (14:00):Haven't we learned from all of those guys when they live in their mansions and they drive these cars?People are still following him and listening to him and believing in it?Mike Ercolano (14:09):Obviously enough to support that lifestyle.Kelly Krauss (14:11):And how... That's not worth talking about, but it just amazes me.Mike Ercolano (14:15):We can't get enough people to support us to live that lifestyle. We got to do something. Let's start lyingto people. All we have to do is manipulate people and take their money. That's what they do, right?John Esposito (14:27): Yeah.Kelly Krauss (14:27): Yeah.Mike Ercolano (14:27):That's what all these rich people do.John Esposito (14:29):That's a new business [inaudible 00:14:31].Mike Ercolano (14:31): Yeah.John Esposito (14:32):Yeah.Mike Ercolano (14:32):All right. We guarantee everyone's going to have a six pack abs and ass like J-Lo, if you're a female. Andass like John, if you're a guy.John Esposito (14:42): I was going to say...Kelly Krauss (14:45): Both of you. Or Vinny?John Esposito (14:46): Yeah.Kelly Krauss (14:46): Yeah.Mike Ercolano (14:46): Yeah, Vinny.Kelly Krauss (14:47): We could sell that one.John Esposito (14:48):I got told I can't complain about my ass anymore because Vinny's got a bigger one, so...Kelly Krauss (14:51):Well, we definitely can't put him in a lineup. He's in a league of his own.Mike Ercolano (14:54): Yeah.Kelly Krauss (14:54): Between you two-Mike Ercolano (14:56): He's pretty ridiculous.John Esposito (14:57): Yeah.Mike Ercolano (15:00):I don't know. Where were we going? Oh, we're lying about what we're going to provide people. We'regoing to do all that for you in a week, but you got to pay 50 grand up front.Kelly Krauss (15:07): Yeah.Mike Ercolano (15:08): I think it's fair.John Esposito (15:09): Yeah.Kelly Krauss (15:09): I think that's fair.Mike Ercolano (15:10):I mean, it's life-changing.Kelly Krauss (15:11): Of course.Mike Ercolano (15:12): Legit life-changing.Kelly Krauss (15:13): You'll never go back.Mike Ercolano (15:13): You'll get relieved.John Esposito (15:14):You'll never be the same afterwards.Kelly Krauss (15:15):Right. You don't want to be.John Esposito (15:17): No.Mike Ercolano (15:18): All right. So...John Esposito (15:19):Sold.Mike Ercolano (15:20):Joel Olsteen, make some room next door because we're moving in.Kelly Krauss (15:23): Yeah, we're coming by.Mike Ercolano (15:25):No, but I'd like to follow that guy Joel. Maybe if he's not too big for us, we can have him on the showand talk a little bit about it.John Esposito (15:32):That'd be interesting. That'd be a good time to do.Mike Ercolano (15:33):All right, John, you're on it. Reach out to him.John Esposito (15:35):All right. I'm going to give it a try. Ain't direct enough on the page.Mike Ercolano (15:38):Speaking of big enough, have you guys seen the average weight gain of Americans during COVID?Kelly Krauss (15:45): No, tell me.Mike Ercolano (15:46):Because it's actually been all over the place a little bit. But-John Esposito (15:48): Really?Mike Ercolano (15:48):No, no. I'm just trying to segue into what I've read, but it's not working. It's actually not all over the placebecause the news will probably not cover that because they'll just say, "Take a shot."Mike Ercolano (15:59):But anyway, so the average American gained 29 pounds over the pandemic. I guess it's still going on or whatever, but so 29 pounds. So, figure over 18 months, right? So, how many pounds is that per month? 1.6 pounds per month.Kelly Krauss (16:22): Okay.Mike Ercolano (16:23):All right. If we're looking at 18 months. Now, the average normal rate for weight gain, because theaverage American does gain weight every single year, is between 1.1 and 2.2 pounds per year.Mike Ercolano (16:38):So, during the pandemic... If it's over yet, I don't think it's over. I don't know if there's going to-Kelly Krauss (16:46):They don't want it to be over.Mike Ercolano (16:46):No, but I don't know what-Kelly Krauss (16:46): So, yes but no.Mike Ercolano (16:48):... constitutes a pandemic starting and ending. When is it over? Is it just when they're like, "All right, it's done." Or does it have to fall below a certain amount of case numbers? Anyway, that's for a different conversation. So, the average person, an American. An American. A-N. The average American. The average American.Kelly Krauss (17:13):You really worked that out.Mike Ercolano (17:14):I had to get it right. I had to get it right. It's only fair.Mike Ercolano (17:20):The average American gained a year's worth of weight, essentially, every month during the pandemic. So, just put that in... I mean, if we already had an obesity factor beforehand or an obesity issue beforehand, you imagine where we're going to be at now or five years from now, or 10 years from now, if things don't change? If the culture and the message and the society and the focus on health doesn't change...Mike Ercolano (17:52):Just look at how fast the obesity rates have grown. I mean, in the past, I don't know, 30 years, 40 years, they've quadrupled and probably more than that. Then what's going on is not a natural progression, right? It's all lifestyle. It's a lifestyle change. It's pretty clear. It's very clear. It's science, right? You got to follow the science. It's a lifestyle change that's causing this issue.Mike Ercolano (18:17):So, think about how much that has just been accelerated over the past 18 months now, right? Of how many people fall into that category. And that's the average. So, obviously there's a lot higher and a lot lower. I think median is usually a better way to look at it, to get a more fair perspective of what the middle looks like. But still, that's a number that we could go off of. So, I don't know. That's just a staggering number, and it's a sad number and a scary number because-John Esposito (18:51):A year's worth in a month.Mike Ercolano (18:51):Yeah, essentially. So, I mean, what is the... I got this little BMI calculator thing, which I used to carry around with me all the time thinking I would use it, but I never used it. But it was from a... What is this? From a vagina doctor? What are they called?Kelly Krauss (19:09): What? A gyno?Mike Ercolano (19:10): It's from a gyno, yeah.Kelly Krauss (19:12): Why do you have that?Mike Ercolano (19:14):I took it from my former business partner years ago. Yeah.Kelly Krauss (19:18):Oh, he could have used that.Mike Ercolano (19:18): Yeah.Kelly Krauss (19:21):Was he using it for himself?Mike Ercolano (19:21):But I would assume maybe there was a client of his or something that had these. He had them in theoffice, so I took one to use. But anyway, so-John Esposito (19:30):What is the average BMI? Between 25 and 30? Or is that the healthy range is 25 and 30.Kelly Krauss (19:35): Ah, yeah. Well, you got to talk women or male.Mike Ercolano (19:36): Let's go.John Esposito (19:36): I believe male is-Mike Ercolano (19:37):Let's go on here. A healthy range, according to this, is, I guess, between 20-Kelly Krauss (19:47): 18.5 to 25.Mike Ercolano (19:47): 18.5 to 25.John Esposito (19:48): Oh, wow. Okay.Mike Ercolano (19:49):Or 20 to 25. Yeah, 18.5 To 25.John Esposito (19:51):So, I mean, the average is probably between 25 and 35.Kelly Krauss (19:54): Yeah. Oh, yeah. Easy.John Esposito (19:56): At least.Mike Ercolano (19:56):Right. So, let's just take the average female. Average American female. Female height and weight.John Esposito (20:18): Let's say 5'6".Mike Ercolano (20:21):Sorry. This is all really good airtime right now while I Google this. All right, well this is as of 2016, but whatever. Close enough. A woman 20 years old and up, just under 5'4" and 170. So, that's the average female.Kelly Krauss (20:38):5'4", 170? Above 20?Mike Ercolano (20:40):That's what healthline.com says.Kelly Krauss (20:43): Wow, okay.Mike Ercolano (20:44): The average female-John Esposito (20:45): Surprised about that number.Mike Ercolano (20:46):Yeah. The average female weighs-Kelly Krauss (20:48): 5'4" is little.John Esposito (20:49): Yeah.Kelly Krauss (20:49): I'm 5'6".Mike Ercolano (20:52):This is a... Oh, that's the same website.John Esposito (20:57):170 was where I was at when I started with NextGen.Mike Ercolano (20:59):Women are generally considered tall in the United States. Yeah.John Esposito (21:01): I was-Mike Ercolano (21:01):Women are generally considered tall in the United States at 5'7", and the average height for women inthe United States is 5'4". It's another website saying that.35 (Final) - Isometric Training for Pain Managem... (Completed 10/07/21) Page 23 of 44 Transcript by Rev.comThis transcript was exported on Oct 10, 2021 - view latest version here. Kelly Krauss (21:06):Okay.Mike Ercolano (21:07):All right. So, 5'4", 170. Let's see if I can figure this thing out. Let's go to 170 and-Kelly Krauss (21:16):And the height's 5'4". This is exciting.Mike Ercolano (21:23): 5'4". It's right here.John Esposito (21:27):What, is that going to be 33, 34?Kelly Krauss (21:30):It's going to be up there.Mike Ercolano (21:30):It's in between, yeah. It's about 30. So-John Esposito (21:33): Oh, 30. Okay, yeah.Mike Ercolano (21:34):I mean, I guess I could just have Googled the average BMI of...Kelly Krauss (21:38):No, it's more to fun to watch you use this thing.Mike Ercolano (21:40):No, but my point of viewing this was because... So, the average, right, is right here. 5'4", 170. Boom.John Esposito (21:48): Yep.Mike Ercolano (21:48):All right, so now if every year it just creeps up by one pound. Bum, bum, bum, bum, bum. Whatever. Allright, but the average person gained 29 pounds. So, that brings it up close to 190.John Esposito (22:01): [crosstalk 00:22:01] 190.Mike Ercolano (22:02):Boom, boom, boom, boom, boom. All the way to 190, which now puts them close to the obese range. All right, so the average female, the average American female, was already on the borderline of being overweight and was probably going to get there according to the statistics.Kelly Krauss (22:19): Right.Mike Ercolano (22:21):But they accelerated how many? 29, 28 times or whatever it is in one year, right? In one year. And the issue with that is, and we've talked about it a gazillion times and we're going to continue to talk about it until things change, is that that right there is probably the biggest concern and cause, or the biggest concern we should have in this country, right? In terms of health, anyway. Because that is going to... If we look at economically, that's going to put the biggest strain on our system, which is also starting to wane because nurses are quitting and being fired. But that's a different topic.Mike Ercolano (23:08):But how many... If the average person is now going to be obese or close to obese after this pandemic, what's going to happen when the next generation catches up to this and, essentially, 80% of the country is obese? 70% of the country is obese. What's going to happen then? Where are we going to be at as a society, right?Mike Ercolano (23:34):And, I mean, in my opinion, that's where they want us to be. They want us to be reliant on drugs and healthcare and that's where the money's at. But what's going to change? If this past year didn't change your mind about your health, what's going to change?Kelly Krauss (23:52):Well, that's what I've said. If this didn't scare the shit out of you to get you thinking about your healthand being more serious about it nothing-John Esposito (24:00): Nothing's going to.Kelly Krauss (24:01): ... nothing will.Mike Ercolano (24:02): No.Kelly Krauss (24:03):I think, and then when people started hearing that even healthy people... Because you assume those people on ventilators were people who were heavy, who smoked, who didn't exercise, who didn't eatright. But then you were also hearing about those that were physically fit and stuff. That was like, "Oh,crap."John Esposito (24:20): Yeah.Kelly Krauss (24:20):But even more so... You definitely heard more so of the ones who were unhealthy.John Esposito (24:27): Yeah.Mike Ercolano (24:27):Of course. And those are just sensationalized cases that unfortunately do happen. And it doesn't... Thathappens with every disease and virus and issue. Yes, it happens, and it's sad. And I'm sorry it happens.Mike Ercolano (24:43):A friend of mine's friend... A friend of mine's good friend who I met died from a heart issue. He was probably late thirties, early forties. He got COVID, went to the hospital, came home, then died of a heart issue. They called it a widowmaker. They said that it was due to COVID.Mike Ercolano (25:00):Now, he already had that issue. It's not like he had a healthy heart and COVID came in and killed him. He had that heart issue that COVID exposed and probably accelerated it. That would have happened when he was maybe 65 or 60 or... Yes, that sucks. It's really, really sad. It's really... But the fact is, the average person who, or the person who died of COVID, was overweight, obese. 80%.Kelly Krauss (25:29):Or had other underlying conditions.Mike Ercolano (25:31):Almost three. Or I think it's over three now. I think they pushed it up over three. I'm trying to find... I'mon the... The CDC's website is very a pain in the ass.John Esposito (25:42): To navigate? Yeah.Mike Ercolano (25:44):Yeah. But anyway, I think it's over three the last time I saw. So, the average person who died of COVID ordied with COVID was 80 years old and had three-John Esposito (25:59): Underlying health condition?Mike Ercolano (26:01):Comorbidities. These issues that will kill them. So, we got to understand the numbers that we're looking at. And we got to understand the facts and the statistics. And I only say this because I know I have to say this right now. This is not an anti-vax rant. I'm not trying to say don't take the vaccine. If you feel like it's going to make you safe, then take it. If you don't feel like it's going to make you safe, then don't take it. That is your choice. And you don't have to tell me, I don't want to know. I don't care.Mike Ercolano (26:30):All right, this is not about that. All right? This is about the fact that this is an issue that is completely in our control, right? This is a lifestyle issue. It's completely in our control as a society. And no matter how you look at it, like I've started to say before, whether it's economically, it's going to put a huge strain on it. Whether it's socially, think about the amount of depression, the amount of...Mike Ercolano (26:52):I mean, we see suicides going up every year. That's not changing, that's not ending. We see drug use going up every year. That's not changing, that's not ending. These are all symptoms of a failing society, or of a dying society, and these are all symptoms that could be cured through a little bit of exercise and a little bit of-John Esposito (27:20): Proper nutrition?Mike Ercolano (27:21):Well... Right. I mean, that's not even that hard, right? I wasn't even going to say proper nutrition, I wasjust going to say paying a little bit closer attention to what you eat. Not eating the super-size meal.Kelly Krauss (27:33): Right.John Esposito (27:33): Yeah, go for the small.Mike Ercolano (27:35):One of my clients who has Asperger's. He's a functioning, great adult. He's a great guy. He's got Asperger's and so sometimes you have to talk to him on a different level and keep it more simple. And so, we're talking about his diet and he goes to a sandwich shop every day at lunch and gets his extra large sandwich. So we said, "Let's cut it down to the medium sandwich."Mike Ercolano (28:06):Go every day, I don't care. They have that medium sandwich. I talked to his mom the other day and his mom said he was going three days a week. He's on his own, and now he's eating protein and veggies only at night with his meal. This is not anything I talked to him about, but it-Kelly Krauss (28:24):That's so great.Mike Ercolano (28:24):Just because we kept it simple. We kept it simple, and it doesn't have to be complicated, right? It doesn't have to be this scary thing. Weight loss doesn't have to be a scary thing, getting healthier. But the solution isn't in whatever drug comes out next to fix whatever the next problem is. That is not the solution.Mike Ercolano (28:44):I know we go there almost all the time on the show, but I think it's our duty to do that because there's not enough real information being spewed. And I say spewed because it's all garbage. It's all propaganda bullshit. There's not enough people talking about the real truth about how to be healthy and how to not die from COVID, statistically speaking.John Esposito (29:11):It's just a whole bunch of small steps. Not really... Just you don't have to make any big leaps, no bigstrides.Kelly Krauss (29:16):Right, right, right. Right, exactly.John Esposito (29:16):It's just one little tiny thing at a time. Go out for a walk more than you would a week.Kelly Krauss (29:21):And also pay attention to yourself. Why are you overeating? You have to address those issues because they're not going to go away. You can take a magic pill, sure. But once you stop taking that magic pill, you haven't addressed the issue as to why you have the habits you have.Kelly Krauss (29:35):And, sure, it's uncomfortable, it's scary. But I think you feel better about yourself once you start making these changes and start identifying with yourself and saying, "Hey, I had a stressful day at work. Let me go for a walk instead of sit down and eat dinner right away." Or...Mike Ercolano (29:49):Well, it's proven. I mean, it's a fact that it changes your chemistry. Your depression is lessened, anxiety is lessened. It never goes away, especially if you're someone who's diagnosed with it who actually has a chemical thing, it doesn't go away. But exercise does lessen all of that.Kelly Krauss (30:08): Absolutely.Mike Ercolano (30:09):Exercise makes you a more productive human being in life. If you want to talk about protecting the people around you... All right, no, you can't spread fat to somebody else, of course, but you could absolutely spread your unhealthy lifestyle around to other people. You could definitely spread your own depression and your own-Kelly Krauss (30:34): Negativity.Mike Ercolano (30:34):... negativity to other people. You could be a burden in people's lives. And as blunt as that is, we could allbe that. We could all fall into that. You're either a burden or you're...Mike Ercolano (30:50):I don't know what the opposite of burden is. You're helping somebody or-Kelly Krauss (30:53): Part of the solution?Mike Ercolano (30:53):Part of their life. We all have those people. They're either negative energy or positive energy in our life. And unfortunately, sometimes those negative energies are family. We can't do anything about that, but I know I'm doing everything I can to cut out negative energy in my life that I can, that I could choose to cut out.John Esposito (31:13): Of course.Mike Ercolano (31:14):I have people who are drains on me I'm not necessarily associating with any more. And it's not because I dislike them as people, but they're a drain on me.John Esposito (31:26): It's for your own sake.Mike Ercolano (31:27):And someone who doesn't take care of their health and someone who doesn't pay attention to what their role is as a human being and actually puts themselves or puts their health as a precedent, doesn't really have the same values as I do.Mike Ercolano (31:45):And again, I have people who I'm really good friends with who are overweight, but they're trying really hard, right? They're working. It's not like I'm fat shaming anybody here, I'm just trying to draw a conclusion to... How many people who are miserable would be helped if they put exercise in their life?Kelly Krauss (32:10):Absolutely.Mike Ercolano (32:11): And healthy eating.John Esposito (32:13):And it's proven scientifically and practically.Mike Ercolano (32:16):Right. You want to follow the science? There's the science. The science is there. The science has beenthere for a long time, all right.John Esposito (32:22):Research has proven it time and time again, that it lowers symptoms of depression, lowers symptoms ofanxiety.Kelly Krauss (32:27):Right, so follow the science, right? Hasn't that been the saying over the past 18 months? Well, there it is.Mike Ercolano (32:32):Right, well that's become a cult thing.Kelly Krauss (32:34): Too lazy.Mike Ercolano (32:35):That's become a cult thing now in my opinion. Follow the science. That's like an identity almost. A lot of people who like to use that, it's almost like their whole being has been bought into that image. Or that it's like a religion in my view, as science is now religion. Science is... Not science itself, but the concept of science is used as religion now. And I think it's become very politicized, and science can't be really trusted anymore either. But that's neither here nor there, I guess. I don't know.Kelly Krauss (33:16): Mm-hmm (affirmative).John Esposito (33:22):I agree. There's too many benefits to not include some fitness into your life, whether it's something simple like a walk, or whether it's getting into a gym once a week. It's better than nothing. It's better than not moving. It's better than not going out and doing something. Even just getting sunlight helps with all those mental symptoms. And that's proven as well. That's proven through practice.Mike Ercolano (33:44):Well, yeah. I mean, that's, again, another proven way to lessen the symptoms of COVID is D3, right? Orat least they tie together, vitamin D3 and the symptoms of COVID.Mike Ercolano (34:02):So, I don't know. I don't know how I got off that rant again, talking about this shit. It's just frustrating. It's frustrating because there's a lot of fingers being pointed in a lot of directions that they shouldn't be pointed at. And in the past, I don't think they would have.Mike Ercolano (34:24):Just think back to 2018, 2019. Just think if in 2018 or '19 places were stopping people from eating at their restaurant because they didn't have a certain vaccine? In the name of health, right? That would never be going on back then. It would never be going on back then. Never. Right? We would think it's crazy. If another country was doing that?Kelly Krauss (34:50): Right.Mike Ercolano (34:53):We don't even see the shit that's happening in Australia and Canada right now. That shit's crazy. But if in 2018, if another country was banning people from eating at their restaurants because they didn't have a vaccine... Anyway, they'd be holding fucking rallies and having GoFundMes for the people with vaccine discrimination in Australia or something like that. Right? It would be completely different thing. But anyway.Kelly Krauss (35:27):It'd be a different time for sure.John Esposito (35:28): Absolutely.Mike Ercolano (35:29):Anyway. One thing you can control is, obviously, your health and that's where we were going with this,so...John Esposito (35:37):Yeah, take control of your health. Get some ownership of it. Make a change, even if it's a small change.One step at a time.Kelly Krauss (35:43): Yep.John Esposito (35:44):And it's just only going to better you, not worsen your life.Kelly Krauss (35:48):And nobody's ever said I've regretted doing that workout or that walk. Nobody's ever said that, so force yourself to go outside and go for that walk. It'll be worth it.John Esposito (35:58):Mm-hmm (affirmative). If you can commit to it and you keep yourself consistent with it, there's notgoing to be any regrets. It's going to be all benefit.Mike Ercolano (36:04): Yeah.Kelly Krauss (36:06):Mike, you're going to get your flu shot?Mike Ercolano (36:07):No. I have never gotten it. I've never gotten it before, and I don't see why I'll get it now.John Esposito (36:14):I haven't gotten it the past few years. I don't know if that's fitness-related, but I've just been feelinghealthier.Kelly Krauss (36:21):Oh, you haven't gotten the flu?Mike Ercolano (36:22): Oh, the flu.John Esposito (36:22):Yeah, I haven't gotten the flu shot either a few years.Kelly Krauss (36:24): Oh, yeah?John Esposito (36:24):Yeah, just because I haven't had any flu symptoms past couple of years.Mike Ercolano (36:28):Yeah, I got sick last year. I think it was COVID though. It was last-Kelly Krauss (36:31):That was February, I think. Right?Mike Ercolano (36:32):February. It was right before everything. So, I think that was COVID. But I don't know, I just...Kelly Krauss (36:39):But let me ask you this. Have you guys had the flu?John Esposito (36:42): Yeah in the past.Kelly Krauss (36:43): So, how bad was it?Mike Ercolano (36:44):I had it once in the past five year.John Esposito (36:47):I mean, I had the flu for four day spanned. It wasn't terrible. Obviously, it didn't feel good. My body feltlike it was achy, but it wasn't anything past that.Kelly Krauss (36:57): Right.Mike Ercolano (36:58):Yeah. From what I can remember, the flu kicked my ass last time, but-Kelly Krauss (37:00): Oh, it sucks.John Esposito (37:01): Oh, absolutely.Mike Ercolano (37:02): I didn't die.John Esposito (37:03): No.Mike Ercolano (37:03): I'm still here.Kelly Krauss (37:03):But it's putting your body through that, I think, is a win on the side of immunity and the side of health.Mike Ercolano (37:11):Well, I mean, here's the thing about immunity is that there's... Once you're exposed to a virus, your body has the memory cells of that immunity to that. So even if your antibodies are quote-unquote not there anymore, as soon as you're exposed to the virus again, right? Those antibodies will kick back in. Now, obviously there's different variants, just like we know all the shit, the Delta or whatever, and the different strands of flu every year and all this stuff. But once you've been exposed to it, your body has a memory to be able to fight that off again, even if you don't have the antibodies anymore. Even then.Mike Ercolano (37:51):So, there's a lot of misinformation about that. And all you have to do is look at the studies that have come out of Israel right now on COVID that show that it's significantly higher immunity to it if you've already had it versus having the vaccine.Kelly Krauss (38:09): Right.John Esposito (38:10): Yeah.Mike Ercolano (38:10):And that's science. That is science. That is proven science, but yet you're still not allowed to be exempt from the vaccine even if you show that you've had it. Because they're using antibodies as a way, which is just not scientifically and factually true. Because, yes, antibodies are there after you're exposed, but your body has cells in that remember, and when you're exposed again you have a lesser reaction to it. Right? Even if it is a different strain. Which is why they talk about the flu shot and, yes, you should get it because it might lessen your symptoms even if it is a different strain. It's the same shit. It's all the same shit. But if you're not healthy, it's going to suck anyway, right?Kelly Krauss (38:57):Yeah, it's going to be even worse.Mike Ercolano (38:58):It doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. If you're overweight and obese and if it's... Again, we said it the lastpodcast, we'll say it again.Mike Ercolano (39:05):If it's not COVID, if it's not the flu, if it's not whatever other shit has wiped out people in this world... If it's not one of those, it's going to be the next thing, because your health is the center stone for everything. And that's something you can control. We're just going the wrong direction as society.Kelly Krauss (39:28):Yep, totally. Well, we're good.John Esposito (39:31): Yes, we are.Kelly Krauss (39:32):My family's good.Mike Ercolano (39:32):Yeah, yeah. And, like you said, there's always those extremes. Point at the finger of look at the guywho's out running marathons every day and he died of a heart attack and whatever. Yeah.John Esposito (39:45): There's outliers in everything.Mike Ercolano (39:46): Right. We're all going to die.John Esposito (39:47): You can't just go off on-Mike Ercolano (39:47): We're all going to die.John Esposito (39:47): Right. Exactly, exactly.Mike Ercolano (39:50):So, we want to live our lives fighting, and we want to live our lives trying to be the best we can. Or wewant to live our lives-Kelly Krauss (39:57):And feeling the best you can, right?Mike Ercolano (39:58):And even more importantly, feeling the best you can.John Esposito (40:00): Absolutely.Mike Ercolano (40:01):So, if you're on that scale, unfortunately, of the 29 pound increase, do something about it now. Don't wait. It's going to suck the longer you wait, it's going to get harder and it's going to get harder and then eventually you're not going to do it. Don't put it off. Start tomorrow. Start tonight. Start as soon as you get done listening to this show. Go out for a walk or do some jumping jacks or do something and start today. Start immediately. Don't wait till Monday, because Monday will always be pushed back to the following Monday.John Esposito (40:40):Make that commitment to yourself.Mike Ercolano (40:42):Right. If you dangle that carrot, you'll always chase that carrot. But you got to take a bite of it right now. I don't know. I don't know how to change that analogy to make it get it. But yeah, get it. Do something. Start moving.John Esposito (41:00): I like that.Mike Ercolano (41:01): Do you?John Esposito (41:02): [crosstalk 00:41:02] culture.Mike Ercolano (41:02): Do you like that?John Esposito (41:03):Chase the carrot. Get a bit of it.Kelly Krauss (41:05):Yeah. Let's stick with that one.Mike Ercolano (41:08):All right, yeah. So, if you're over... Well, I mean, don't bite the carrot though, because we're trying tomake you lose weight. So...John Esposito (41:14): True.Mike Ercolano (41:15):If you're... Well, no, a carrot's healthy though.Kelly Krauss (41:16):Well, what are you talking about?Mike Ercolano (41:16):We're not telling you not to eat.Kelly Krauss (41:16):Carrots are good.Mike Ercolano (41:16): Yeah, all right.Kelly Krauss (41:16):It's the candy bar. You don't want to eat the candy bar.Mike Ercolano (41:21):Oh, yeah. Halloween coming up.John Esposito (41:23): Don't chase the candy bar.Mike Ercolano (41:24):My [crosstalk 00:41:24] really show on that.Kelly Krauss (41:24):What's your favorite candy?John Esposito (41:27): Oh.Mike Ercolano (41:28): Probably Reese's, I guess.Kelly Krauss (41:30): Peanut Butter Cups?Mike Ercolano (41:31): Yeah, probably.Kelly Krauss (41:31): Little or the full one?John Esposito (41:31): Boring.Mike Ercolano (41:33):No, I actually like the dark chocolate thins.Kelly Krauss (41:36):Oh, yes, I'll give you that.John Esposito (41:37):Oh, yeah.Mike Ercolano (41:38):I could pop those like fucking candy.Kelly Krauss (41:39): Are they frozen?Mike Ercolano (41:40):No, I don't like them frozen.John Esposito (41:42):I'm a Sour Patch Kid sort of guy.Kelly Krauss (41:45):I tell my kids that's such cancer candy.John Esposito (41:46):I know it is, but it's just so good.Kelly Krauss (41:49): Are you serious?John Esposito (41:50): I love Sour Patch Kids.Kelly Krauss (41:50):I really thought people grew out of the Sour Patch phase.John Esposito (41:54): Nope.Mike Ercolano (41:54):I like the Sour Patch weed gummies.Kelly Krauss (41:55): Oh.John Esposito (41:58): Yeah.Mike Ercolano (41:59): Yeah. We get those.John Esposito (42:02):That's interesting. Yeah, I like my Sour Patch.Kelly Krauss (42:03):Are you a gummy type person? Gummy bears, gummy worms.John Esposito (42:07):Yeah, gummy bears used to be my favorite thing when I was younger.Kelly Krauss (42:09): Really?John Esposito (42:09): Yeah.Kelly Krauss (42:11): [crosstalk 00:42:11].Mike Ercolano (42:11): I'm a chocolate guy.Kelly Krauss (42:11): Yeah, me too.John Esposito (42:12):If it was chocolate, it would have to be a Baby Ruth bar. I love my Baby Ruths.Mike Ercolano (42:15): With all the nuts in it?Kelly Krauss (42:16):You know what that looks like.Mike Ercolano (42:18):Mm-hmm (affirmative). Well, on that note, I guess we should end the show considering we just rantedfor 30 minutes about losing weight and now we're going to talk about candy Kelly Krauss (42:27):Mike Ercolano (42:31):No, that's true. Because we can in moderation right.Kelly Krauss (42:34):Balance. It's all about balance.John Esposito (42:34):At least we talked about 90 degree eccentrics at one point too.Mike Ercolano (42:36): That is true.Kelly Krauss (42:38):We could dangle... You're at the 90 degree squat, right? And then you're dangling the Reese's Pieces infront of your face. Don't bite the-Mike Ercolano (42:44): The Reese's Pieces?Kelly Krauss (42:45):Don't bite... Oh, the Reese's Peanut Butter Cup.Mike Ercolano (42:47):Just dangling one Reese's. How are you going to thread that up? You going to wrap it around?Kelly Krauss (42:52):I don't know. I might have to take out the glue gun.Mike Ercolano (42:54): Mm.John Esposito (42:54): Mm.Kelly Krauss (42:55): To make that happen.Mike Ercolano (42:55):Make sure it's a non-toxic glue.Mike Ercolano (43:00): Perfect.Kelly Krauss (43:01): That's what I'll do.Mike Ercolano (43:02): Melt down one of mine.Kelly Krauss (43:03): Yeah, okay. Even better.Mike Ercolano (43:06):All right. Well, I am officially out of time, so-John Esposito (43:08): Ending that rant.Mike Ercolano (43:09): Yeah, we're ending it there.Kelly Krauss (43:11): That was fun.Mike Ercolano (43:11):But thank you again, guys, for listening to this episode. Episode number 35. Please do us a favor. Sharethe show, like it, comment, leave a review. I don't know why-John Esposito (43:25): Give us suggestions.Mike Ercolano (43:27):... I don't ever talk about in the beginning of the show... Planning ahead. I don't ever why I don't plan to-Kelly Krauss (43:32): The closing?Mike Ercolano (43:33):... know what to actually say because I don't even know what you're supposed to do. But help us out alittle bit. We appreciate it.Bye, guys.Kelly Krauss (43:42): I don't-Mike Ercolano (43:42):You have something to say?Kelly Krauss (43:43):No, I'm just saying I don't think you have to tell people all that stuff. When you listen to podcasts, areyou listening to them rant and rave? Rant at the end about liking us?Mike Ercolano (43:52): Yeah.John Esposito (43:52): I think most times-Kelly Krauss (43:53): The whole thing?John Esposito (43:53):I think most times they hear it in the beginning.Mike Ercolano (43:55):Most times in the beginning-Kelly Krauss (43:56): It's usually scripted.Mike Ercolano (43:56): ... and/or at the end.John Esposito (43:57): Yeah.Mike Ercolano (43:57): Yeah.Kelly Krauss (43:58):And you listen to that every time you listen to the same podcast? You listen to that every time?Yeah.John Esposito (44:02):You get this, "Thank you to our promoters," or "Thank you to our sponsors."Mike Ercolano (44:08):Yeah, I listen to it. Or I just skip past 30 seconds.John Esposito (44:10): Yeah.Mike Ercolano (44:12): So...Kelly Krauss (44:13): All right.Mike Ercolano (44:13):And, supposedly, it helps significantly. Asking people to do it significantly helps.Kelly Krauss (44:19):Right. I'm just saying it could be a quick, "Like our podcast. Comment. We always love to hear from you."Mike Ercolano (44:25):Well, yeah. Well, that's what I mean. I never know what to say, so I always drag it on. That's my wholepoint of this is that I don't know how to end it. But man, I should really do a better-Kelly Krauss (44:34):Okay. I guess my point was it should be short and sweet.Mike Ercolano (44:35):Well, right. And I should do a better job of it. That was the point of what I was saying is that I got to do abetter job of the closing.Kelly Krauss (44:42): Okay.Mike Ercolano (44:43): Yes. All right, so now-Kelly Krauss (44:45):Well, now that we've cleared that up.This transcript was exported on Oct 10, 2021 - view latest version here. Mike Ercolano (44:46):Now that we've... Yes. Like the show. Bye.

Body By Beignets
Episode 27: Epic Girls' Weekend Disney Style & 2021 Halloween Foodie Guide

Body By Beignets

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 84:24


Top 10 Tips for a Magical Girls Weekend at DisneyClothing themes make everything more fun. Disney Bound as characters, rides, etc.Only room with friends that you can stand on their worst days...Ask everyone ahead of time to share their “must-do” things so that no one is disappointed.Take a break from each other if needed.Find all the hot characters and take photos. (Thor, Loki, etc.)Plan 1 nice dinner reservation at Lamplight, Carthay, Blue Bayou, etc.Have drinks and dance with DJ Rex at Oga's, preferably before you try to pilot the Millenium Falcon.If you drink, don't do so before Guardians of the Galaxy/Incredicoaster...Take a ton of photos both posed (Disney photogs) and candid. You will never regret taking too many pictures.Plan a last morning Character breakfast.2021 Halloween Foodie GuideDisneyland ParkAlien Pizza Planet (mobile order available)Deconstructed Lasagna – Campanelle pasta tossed in ricotta cream sauce topped with Bolognese sauce and bread crumbsSupernova Special – Spiced marinara sauce topped with sausage, salami, assorted cheeses, onions, olives, and tomatoes drizzled with pestoHalloween Alien Macaron filled with blackberry buttercream and lemon curdCafé OrleansChocolate-Praline Mousse Cake – Decadent praline mousse, dark chocolate brownie, vanilla creme anglaise, and ganacheCandy Palace (mobile order available)Jack Skellington ApplePoison Skull AppleMummy Marshmallow WandJack Skellington Cake PopMinnie Witch CrispySpider Web CrispyPumpkin Brittle (available Oct. 1-31)Pumpkin FudgeCarnation Café (opening Sept. 16)Spicy Fried Chicken Sandwich – Sriracha-glazed fried chicken breast on a brioche bun with spicy sandwich spread, pepper jack cheese, creamy mustard slaw, and cilantro served with friesFrench Market (mobile order available)Haunted Mansion Holiday Wreath Cookie (limited offering available while supplies last)Chocolate Cherry Cake – Chocolate cake with buttercream frosting, sour cherries, and cream cheese filling finished with a splatter of cherry sauceGalactic Grill (mobile order available)Blood Orange Slush – Blood orange slush with a swirl of raspberry sauce and a glow cubeLoaded BBQ Pork Fries – Crisscut fries topped with slow-cooked BBQ pork, cheddar, chipotle ranch, and spicy slawChocolate & Red Velvet Parfait – Layers of red velvet cake, ganache, cookies, dark chocolate ​mousse, and chocolate cake topped with chocolate flakes, a chocolate Darth Vader helmet, and a mini chocolate lightsaber​Gibson Girl (mobile order available)Halloween Candy Sundae – Two sundaes in one: sour gummy ice cream with raspberry sauce, gummy treats, and fruit candies; and chocolate ice cream with hot fudge and pieces of chocolate candy barsHungry Bear (mobile order available)Honey Cream Cold Brew – cold brew coffee and honey-flavored cream poured over icePumpkin Cheesecake Funnel Cake – Pumpkin cheesecake filling and vanilla ice cream topped with whipped creamLoaded French Fries – French fries topped with a creamy cheese sauce, crispy bacon, and green onionsLoaded Onion Rings – Onion rings topped with a creamy cheese sauce, crispy bacon, and green onionsLoaded Bowl – Choice of french fries or crispy onion rings topped with a creamy cheesy sauce, crispy bacon, and green onions in a Zero Dog BowlHunny Spot at Pooh's Corner (mobile order available starting Sept. 2)Jack Skellington ApplePoison Skull AppleMummy Marshmallow WandJack Skellington Cake PopMinnie Witch CrispySpider Web CrispyHaunted Mansion Holiday Wreath Crispy (available Oct. 1)Pumpkin Brittle (available Oct. 1-31)Pumpkin FudgeJolly Holiday Bakery Café (mobile order available)Toasted Salsa Roja Chicken Sandwich – Salsa roja shredded chicken on rustic bread with jack and cotija cheeses served with tortilla soupPumpkin MuffinDark & White Chocolate Mousse Brownie – Chocolate brownie with black and white chocolate mousseCookie & Cream Macaron – Mummy mickey macaron shell with a cookies and cream fillingBat Cookie – Shortbread bat cookie dipped in dark chocolate with a Vampire Mickey facePumpkin Cheesecake – Classic pumpkin cheesecake decorated with a chocolate spider web and a Halloween decorationMarket HouseBat Cookie – Shortbread bat cookie dipped in dark chocolate with a Vampire Mickey faceMint Julep Bar (mobile order available)Mickey-shaped Strawberry Chocolate Beignets topped with strawberry-chocolate powdered sugar (3 and 6 Packs)Plaza InnHalloween Cake – Chocolate cake with multi-colored mousse, green buttercream, royal icing, and Halloween sprinklesRancho del ZocaloMilk Mamey – Vibrant tropical mamey fruit with flavors of persimmon, sweet potato, stone fruit, and vanilla served over iceCreamy Horchata – Sweet creamy cinnamon rice and milk beverage served over iceRed Rose Taverne (mobile order available)Halloween Grey Stuff – Traditional Grey Stuff with tombstone cookie and holiday sprinklesCandy Apple Cold Brew – Cold brew coffee, apple syrup, whipped cream, and caramel sauceRefreshment Corner (mobile order available)BBQ Bacon Dog – All-beef, foot-long hot dog with bacon slices, BBQ sauce, fried onions, jack and cheddar cheese, and chives served with choice of sliced apples or small bag of chipsRiver Belle TerracePumpkin Spice Monkey BreadChicken & Brisket Grilled Cheese Sandwich – Brisket grilled cheese, hot chicken, and pickled pepper relishStage Door Café (mobile order available)Spicy Corn Dog – Spicy beef frank hand-dipped and fried, drizzled with cheese sauce and crushed spicy chips served with friesChocolate-Hazelnut Funnel Cake with Halloween Sprinkles – House-made funnel cake  topped with chocolate-hazelnut spread and whipped cream dusted with chocolate- espresso powderChurrosChurro Cart near Casey Jr. Circus TrainChurros with Pumpkin Dipping SauceCritter Country Fruit CartChocolate Dusted Churro – Classic churro dressed in a duo of dark and milk chocolateNew Orleans Churro CartWhite Chocolate Churro – Elegantly dressed churro in a bouquet of vanilla and sugarTomorrowland Churro CartPumpkin Spice Churro – Chocolate churro rolled in pumpkin spice sugar with brown butter cream cheese dipping sauceTown Square Churro and Churro Cart near Sleeping Beauty CastleChocolate Cookie Churro – Churro covered with chocolate cookie crumbles blended with colored sugarDisney California Adventure ParkAward Weiners (mobile order available)Halloween Candy Funnel Cake Fries – Dusted in crushed chocolate cream-filled cookies with cream cheese sauce, cookie pieces, gummy candies, chocolate-coated candies, and whipped creamHalloween Candy Funnel Cake Fries in Mickey Ear Hat BowlBing BongsJack Skellington ApplePoison Skull AppleMummy Marshmallow WandMinnie Witch CrispyOogie Boogie CrispyPumpkin FudgeBoudin Bakery/Boudin Bread CartVampire Mickey-shaped SourdoughClarabelle's Hand-Scooped Ice Cream (mobile order available)Cookies & Candy Sundae – Scoops of mint chocolate chip ice cream, hot fudge, chocolate cookie crumbles, and gummy candies in a chocolate-dipped waffle coneHalloween Ice Cream Bar – Ice cream bar dipped in chocolate with chocolate accents and sprinklesSpiked Hard Apple Float – Hard apple cider and apple sorbet drizzled with caramel sauceCorn Dog Castle (mobile order available)Pepper-Jack Cheese Stick – Pepper jack cheese stick dipped in corn dog batter and topped with raspberry sauceCozy Cone Motel (mobile order available)Fruity Sugar Churro – Churro tossed in fruity cereal sugar topped with a purple and green glazeSpicy Mac & Cheese Cone – Pasta with spicy red pepper-cheese sauce topped with crushed chile-cheese puffs served in a bread coneCozy Cone Macaron filled with peanut butter cream and pretzelsFiddler, Fifer & Practical CaféOogie Boogie Macaron – Black macaron filled with green apple buttercream, caramel, brownies, cookie crumb dust, and gummy candyFlo's V-8 Café (mobile order available)Spicy Chicken & Fries – Steak fries drizzled with ranch dressing topped with chicken tenders tossed in mango-habanero sauce and finished with green onionsLoaded Buffalo Chicken Fries – Steak fries topped with cheddar cheese, chicken tenders tossed in buffalo sauce, and celery bits drizzled with ranch (available at Oogie Boogie Bash)Loaded Gravy Fries – Steak fries topped with chicken tenders, jack cheese, and smothered in gravy (available at Oogie Boogie Bash)Loaded Chili Fries – Steak fries topped with cheddar cheese, Walt's Chili, diced onions, and sour cream (available at Oogie Boogie Bash)Hollywood Lounge (mobile order available)Fanta Spooky Spirit – Fanta Piña Colada with white rum and melon liqueurWorms, Dice & Everything Nice – Midori, peach schnapps, crème de menthe, orange juice, and pineapple juice topped with gummy worms and Oogie Boogie dice glow cubesPBJ & W – PB & raspberry jam hard cider with peanut butter whiskeyHowl-o-Ween Concoction – Pineapple michelada with white tequila and pineapple chamoy topped with spicy candyMy Bugs! My Bugs! – Limeade with grenadine float and gummy wormsOrange Cream Fanta-sy – Fanta Orange infused with vanilla topped with whipped cream and black sprinklesVarious refreshing bottled MicheladasJack-Jack Cookie Num NumsShortbread Halloween CookieLamplight Lounge – Boardwalk DiningGhost Pepper Nachos – House-made green tortilla chips, ghost pepper cheese sauce, ghost pepper-marinated steak, refried black beans, tomatillo avocado salsa, tomato, and cilantroSpecialty Cocktail – Añejo tequila, mezcal, agave, hibiscus, and lemon juiceMortimer's MarketMickey Bat Sourdough BreadPacific Wharf Café (mobile order available)Vampire Mickey-shaped SourdoughParadise Garden Grill (mobile order available)Plaza de la Familia – Celebrate the everlasting bonds of family and the spirit of Día de los Muertos from September 3 to November 2, 2021Pollo Verde Wet Burrito – Chicken cooked in grilled salsa verde, golden rice, black beans, and cremaTraditional Tamale Plate – Red chile pork tamales with golden rice and black beansTacos with Estilo Callejero – Trio of sirloin beef tacos with pickled vegetables, golden rice, and black beansTortitas de Papa – Plant-based crispy potato cakes with sautéed spinach, ranchero salsa, golden rice, and pickled onion salsaEnsalada de Frutas – Jicama, watermelon, cucumber, pineapple, and mango with chili-lime salt and chamoyKid's Offerings –  Cheese Quesadilla or Street-style TacoCoco Cake – Layers of vanilla cake filled with a cinnamon “churro” flavored mousse and covered in sweet cream cheese frostingMexican Hot Chocolate – Cinnamon-spiced hot chocolate topped with whipped creamAqua de Jamaica Slush – Sweet hibiscus tea slushSchmoozie's Smoothies (mobile order available)Mint-Chocolate Cookie Shake with whipped cream and chocolate cream-filled cookie earsChocolate Chip Shake topped with whipped cream and a chocolate cookie stickSmokejumpers Grill (mobile order available)Green Apple Lemonade with sour green apple syrup, cherry pearls, and raspberry sauceJalapeño Bacon Cheeseburger – Angus beef patty, pickled jalapeños, bacon, pepper jack, beer-battered onion rings, jalapeño popper, jalapeño chips, and chipotle mayoStudio Catering Truck (mobile order available)Hawaiian BBQ Chicken with Fanta pineapple-infused fried rice and soy-ginger glazeGhost Pepper Potato Bites – Potato bites, ghost pepper cheese sauce, smoky bacon, and pickled jalapeñosThe Backlot Carnitas Nachos with house-made tortilla chips, red pepper cheese sauce, chipotle crema, and green onionsPlant-based Backlot Nachos – Soy chorizo with house-made tortilla chips, dairy-free cheese, and crema topped with green onionsTrolley Treats (mobile order available)Jack Skellington ApplePoison Skull AppleMummy Marshmallow WandJack Skellington Cake PopMinnie Witch CrispyOogie Boogie CrispyPumpkin Brittle (available Oct. 1-31)Pumpkin FudgeChurrosCozy ConesFruity Sugar Churro – Churro tossed in fruity cereal sugar topped with a purple and green glazeGrizzly Peak Churro CartCaramel Apple Churro – Churro rolled in green apple flavored sugar topped with a caramel drizzleHollywood ChurroChocolate-Marshmallow Churro – Classic churro rolled in crushed chocolate cookies and “mummified” in marshmallow icing “bandages”Willie's Churros (Buena Vista)Chocolate & Matcha Churro – Churro rolled in chocolate cookie crumbs and drizzled with a matcha cream cheese buttercream and strawberry sauceDowntown Disney DistrictBlack Tap Craft Burgers & ShakesHalloween CrazyShake – Chocolate shake with a vanilla frosted rim with candy corn topped with a “spider-web” chocolate cupcake, orange and white twisty pop, orange rock candy, whipped cream, orange sprinkles, and a chocolate drizzle (available Oct. 28-31)Ballast Point Brewing Co.Victory at Sea Braised Short Rib – Slow braised short rib in Victory at Sea, cheddar grits, and bacon greensBlue Ribbon Corn DogsCheddar Pickle Dog – Kosher pickled corn dog rolled in a cheddar cheese blendJambaPumpkin Smash – Made with our original pumpkin spice blend with your choice of either classic or plant-basedKayla's CakeMummy Macarons with cookies and cream buttercream (available Sept. 9-Oct. 31)Pumpkin Cheesecake Macarons with white chocolate pumpkin ganache (available Sept. 9-Oct. 31)Marceline's Confectionery (mobile order available starting Sept. 9) Minnie Witch AppleJack Skellington ApplePoison Skull AppleMummy Marshmallow WandJack Skellington Cake PopMinnie Witch CrispyOogie Boogie CrispyPumpkin Brittle (available Oct. 1-31)Pumpkin FudgeNaples Ristorante e BarSpookaccino – Cappuccino with edible scary paper spiders and insectsSplitsville Luxury LanesCrouching Dragon Sushi Roll – fresh tempura shrimp, asparagus and creamy avocado. Before serving, the roll is topped with a spicy krab mix and drizzled with eel sauce, spicy mayo, and srirachaSprinkles CupcakesReese's Peanut Butter Cup – Chocolate cake filled (and topped) with peanut butter frosting dipped in chocolate ganache and finished off with mounds of Reese's Peanut Butter Cups (available Oct. 4-10)Double Stuffed OREO – Orange vanilla buttercream filled chocolate cake lined with Halloween orange OREO cookie crust topped with orange vanilla buttercream frosting, OREO crumble rim, and black bat (available Oct. 18-31)Bewitched – Signature Red Velvet is rolled in our exclusive Halloween inspired decorations by fancy sprinkles (available Oct. 26-31)Uva Bar & CafeTrick or Treat – A spooky cocktail with bourbon, pumpkin spice syrup, lemon juice, and soda waterDisney's Grand Californian Hotel & SpaGCH Craftsman Grill (mobile order available)Mickey-shaped Pumpkin CupcakeMickey-shaped Pumpkin DonutMickey-shaped Mummy DonutDisney's Grand Californian Hotel & Spa Holiday CartJack Skellington CookieMickey-shaped Monster CookieMinnie-shaped Halloween CookieOogie Boogie Cupcake TreatOogie Boogie Cupcake TrickMickey-shaped Whoopie PieSkull-faced CookieOogie Boogie Crispy TreatChocolate Chip Cookie Shot Glass with Milk

The Cavalry
Maria Shehata and Liz Miele "Aww Who Didn't Like The Hummus"

The Cavalry

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 58:24


Johnny and Andrew welcome the hilarious Liz Miele and Maria Shehata to the show! Liz and Maria are both incredible comedians and host their own podcast, 2 Non-Doctors. Liz needs backup on holiday-themed Reeses Peanut Butter Cups being better than normal ones and doing away with kissing hello forever. Maria needs backup on Uber riding scores being attached to dating profiles and everyone getting three events in their life where you get to create a registry, even if you never have a baby or get married. Thanks for listening and remember to leave a review with what you need backup on in your life and we'll talk about it on the show! And subscribe to the Patreon for bonus episodes and post-show banter. 

The Guys Review
Candy Bars

The Guys Review

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 64:38


Candy BarsWelcome to The Guys Review, where we review media, products and experiences. **READ APPLE REVIEWS/Fan Mail**Mention Twitter DM group - like pinned tweetRead emails!Candy Bars History of Candy Bars, as told by Jon Prince, according to CandyFavorites.com (https://www.candyfavorites.com/shop/catalog-candybars-history.php)For a while, the Maya and the Aztecs were the only ones enjoying the fruit of the cacao tree, something they had done for thousands of years. In the 16th Century, Spanish explorer Hernan Cortez paid a visit to the Aztecs and when he met their leader, Montezuma, he got a taste of the spicy, chocolate drink that was a local treasure. Cortez returned to Spain with the recipe and a stash of cacao beans and the chocolate drink quickly became a favorite delicacy in the aristocratic circle. In 1847, Englishman Joseph Fry figured out a way to create a chocolate paste to press into a mold, thus creating the candy bar. In 1875, Henry Nestle realized that adding milk to the chocolate mixture makes it less bitter, another major milestone in the world of chocolate. The 1893 Chicago World's Fair featured chocolate making machines that caught Milton Hershey's eye (he was already rich from making caramel, but saw even more opportunity in chocolate, smart man). One year later, the world got the first chocolate bar from Hershey, marking the beginning of the mass-produced American candy bar. The candy bar genealogy from that point goes something like this: Clark Bar (1916), Oh Henry! (1920), Reese's Peanut Butter Cups (1922), Baby Ruth and Milky Way (1923), Mr. Goodbar (1925), Snickers (1930), 3 Musketeers (1932), Kit Kat (1933), and Nestle's Crunch (1938). With mechanized candy bar production that began in the 40's, the market became flooded with new and inventive candy bar creations, to the tune of 40,000 over the years. Industry: According to Statista.com https://www.statista.com/topics/2709/confectionery-industry/ -Mars is the leading global confectionery company at 30%, while Hersheys is the leading domestic company with 43.3%.-The confectionery industry in the United States is expected to grow by over 44 percent from 2016 to 2025. In 2016, the industry was valued at 36.4 billion U.S. dollars. By 2025, the industry is forecast to reach 52.6 billion dollars in value.Fior Markets.com reports:https://www.fiormarkets.com/report/global-candy-market-by-type-chocolate-candy-sugar-419437.html-The global candy market is expected to grow from USD 217.8 billion in 2020 to USD 290.7 billion by 2028, at a CAGR of 3.8% during the forecast period 2021-2028. Web: https://theguysreview.simplecast.com/EM: theguysreviewpod@gmail.comIG: @TheGuysReviewPodTW: @The_GuysReviewFB: https://facebook.com/TheGuysReviewPod/

BOBS MESS PODCAST
Ep 12 Comedy, Peanut Butter Cups, And Podcasting

BOBS MESS PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2021 39:07


This episode I'm joined by the lovely and wonderful WiseCracking Blonde Christina. We chat all things podcasting, edutainment, and have a bunch of laughs doing so. You can find her on TikTok @wisecrackingblonde Instagram: @wisecrackingblondeshow Twitter @RoobsC And on Youtube just search Wisecracking Blonde www.WisecrackingBlonde.com Twitter @bobsmesscast Instagram @bobsmesspodcast TikTok @bobsmesscast Thank you all for listening. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bobsmesscast/support

Hold The Sarcasm
Brother Anthony joins this episode of Hold the Sarcasm

Hold The Sarcasm

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 81:54


At the beginning of this podcast we talk about our 4th of July festivities, Brother Anthony from Brothers from Brooklyn joins us to talk about creating content, growing up Italian, and we do our top 7 favourite candy barsJoin our Patreon- https://www.patreon.com/holdthesarcasmpodcastFollow us on Instagram - @holdthesarcasmpodcast www.theunclelouievarietyshow.comwww.disruptionnetwork.net 

Candy Men: A Sweet Tooth Podcast
Sweet Tooth S1E5 - "What's In The Freezer?" + Reese's Peanut Butter Cups

Candy Men: A Sweet Tooth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 50:23


Our Sweet Tooth podcast tries to make its way past the Valley of Sorrows as we recap Episode 5, "What's in the Freezer?" Gus, Jepperd and Bear take a shortcut to the train to Colorado, and Gus ends up having a very weird dream. Meanwhile, Aimee and Pigtail make a big decision about the Essex County Zoo. And Singh and Rani's lies catch up to them. Plus, we review Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. SUBSCRIBE TO CANDY MEN: A SWEET TOOTH PODCAST ON ITUNES, ANDROID, SPOTIFY, STITCHER, OR RSS, WITH MORE TO COME. FOLLOW US ON TWITTER AND FACEBOOK. SUPPORT OUR SHOWS ON PATREON. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/comicbookclub See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Thy Kingdom Pod
No. 013 - Hey, You Got Colonialism in My Missiology!!! (Colonialism vs. Missions)

Thy Kingdom Pod

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2021 36:54


The title of today's episode is a play on the old Reese's Peanut Butter Cup commercial from the 1970's; you know, the one where two people bump into each other on the street and accidentally combine their respective chocolate bar and peanut butter. It's a classic example of two very different things coming together to make something good; which is the complete opposite of what happens when colonialism gets thrown into missions. In this episode, we'll be diving into that very topic. What is the history of colonialism as it relates to missions? What are the misconceptions about both histories? And how do we as members of the kingdom of God understand the legacy of colonialism so as to not repeat those mistakes? Here is the article Jim mentions in the episode on Western guilt in missions: https://www.christiancentury.org/article/critical-essay/christian-missions-and-western-guilt-complex

Awkward Adventures of a College Graduate
JJO 3 Soulja Vs Randy Orton, Nas, Peanut Butter Cups, and Coming 2 America

Awkward Adventures of a College Graduate

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2021 82:13


In this episode Jarrett is back with another JJO opinions segment where he discusses weird beefs, music, and subjectivity, gets pissed about the resses cups, and discusses Coming 2 America, you don't want to miss it so tune in! Make sure to live-tweet the episode at #AAGCPodcast. Please also like, subscribe, share, and leave a review so that more people have access to the podcast! Please follow our host on both his personal and podcast IG https://www.instagram.com/the_black_ambivert/ https://www.instagram.com/theaagcpodcast/ Also, check out his artwork @ https://www.instagram.com/ahmad_graphics/ For all business or collaboration either DM the IGs above or email theaagc@gmail.com. Thank you for your support! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/aagcpodcast/message

The Horror Podcast
S01E04 - The Legend of the Seven Golden Vampires

The Horror Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 13, 2021 57:51


Chuck Porterfield joins me to discuss this amazing hybrid offering from Hammer and the Shaw Brothers Studios. When Hong Kong action meets British Horror what we get is one of the most unusual hybrid films of the period. Legend of the Seven Golden Vampires (wikipedia) You can snag this classic on BluRay here. Very detailed article about the history of this film from Diabolique Magazine . Horror! Action! Romance! Hopping! Giant Golden Bat necklaces!  This film has it all. This is the Reese's Peanut Butter Cup of Action/Horror of the 70s. We discuss The Wilhelm Scream a bit. That audio is not in this film despite the IMDB trivia - but here is a list of movies that are supposed to feature the clip. I mentioned actress Pik Sen Lim who helped make the Hammer/Shaw Bros connection. She is actually still working at 75. Good for her! Chuck makes the case for the 1980 film Alligator starring the late, great Robert Forster. The film is hard to find  in high quality release, but is on YouTube. (Patrons can vote HERE on whether Chuck made his case.) Also mentioned: Mister Vampire (the Chinese hopping vampire movie) Close Encounters of the Spooky Kind Link to Chuck's project Be a Better Geek.

The Chuck and Brad Podcast
#488 - Halloween 2020

The Chuck and Brad Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2020


We are joined by Ray Harrington this week! The self-proclaimed "Great Pumpkin" of comedy joins us for our yearly Chuck and Brad Podcast Halloween episode! We discuss some of the challenges that come with a pandemic Halloween. Chuck talks about the film Scary Stories To Tell in the Dark, then we discuss the new Adam Sandler film Hubie Halloween. Chuck and I offer some paltry Rejected Halloween Costumes (our worst ever), then Ray joins in on the fun. I educate Chuck and Ray about the history of Reese's Peanut Butter Cups and things go off the rails. We then (surprisingly) learn about Ray's love of the Ernest films. I pose a Would You Rather? to Chuck and Ray and - to their credit - they answer it. We then briefly discuss why we are so interested in things that scare us, culminating in Ray's note-perfect Australian accent. - BradMP3 Download