It's 2022 and we live in a social media-driven world. Ever hear of Taylor Cusack? One of golf's top female social media influencers and she's here today on Chasin' Birdies to tell her story and why her love for golf still remains strong. Give her a follow on Instagram or Tik-Tok. You won't be disappointed. For Taylor, it's all about the content. And today, this episode of Chasin' Birdies is great content for your listening pleasure!Scrolling..it's something we do daily. And for Taylor Cusack, she's about delivering good content to keep you scrolling on her page. We are delighted to have Taylor on this episode of Chasin' Birdies. For us, it's not so much the golf game that's impressive but how she manages to keep her social media game up to par.We recorded this episode at Nemacolin Resort in Farmington, PA. We open up the show and talk about Taylor and her beginnings in golf. A former golfer at Oklahoma City University, she took her game from the course to the digital world by becoming a social media influencer in the world of golf.We transition the show and talk about her upbringing in Oklahoma. Her family owns a meat company called Cusack Meats which, according to Taylor, is the best meat you can buy..period. Aside from golf, she's an outdoorsy type gal. Cracks cold beer, fishes, and enjoys the Sooners on Saturdays. It's apparent that she's always down for a good time.We move into our last segment of the show, the Tap-In Segment where Pepe asks Taylor questions that demand her quick reply. He was begging her to see the DM's she gets…but she declined with a grin. Enjoy this one, all. Give Taylor a follow and keep chasin'!Key Links:Visit hbgolf.com for great golf apparel now repped by Chasin' Birdies.Stay tuned for more info on winning custom headcovers from WinstonCollection.comOur Tap-in segment is sponsored by Bettinardi GolfFilmed at Nemacolin Resort.This episode is presented by LinksBrewing-----Follow Chasin' Birdies on Instagram @chasin_birdies.Chasin' Birdies is hosted by Ryan Bashour and Jonathan Pepe and is proudly recorded in West Virginia. Produced by Simpler Media.
Hoy, Pepe y Rafa nos hablan del café, nos cuentan la primera vez que lo probaron, por que les gusta, sus experiencias con el café y por supuesto, su consumo de café y cómo les ayuda en sus actividades diarias. Síguenos en @sonoropodcast en todas las redes sociales.
Liebe Freunde der gepflegten Quiz-Unterhaltung, diese Folge wird plump, kindisch und schlüpfick… hihi. Ob es an unserem sensationellen Gast Manu Thiele liegt? Wir starten – wie immer ¬– mit dem kurzen Beschnuppern und einer ausgefallenen Herzblattrunde von Daniel. Wir empfehlen auch die Highlights bei YouTube, denn seine Verkleidung ist schon ein Hinweis auf das, was kommt: die Welt von bezahltem Sex und Fetisch! Nein, wir meinen nicht das Leben sämtlicher britischer Nationalspieler, es ist die Rede vom Rotlicht! Wir versprechen nicht zu viel, wenn wir sagen: DAS war das beste Virali Daei ever! Wir können direkt bei den Superlativen bleiben. Ihr erinnert euch an Daniels Wutausbruch in Folge 8? Macht euch auf ein Revanchefoul gefasst, das Pepe so nicht besser ins Bein von Robby ritzen könnte. Wir überlassen euch, ob das vertretbar ist oder jeden Rahmen sprengt! Apropos: Hitzköpfe! Genau das war auch Thema bei der heutigen Edel-Joker-Runde. Und Max? Kann er das nächste sportliche Highlight setzen oder verliert er auf Grund der vielen Nebenkriegsschauplätzen den Fokus? In Schießbudenkreisen gilt er als Mann mit „ganz kurzer Zündschnur“ – typisch Rotlicht eben… Unsere Empfehlung: Dunkelt den Raum ab, holt die schönsten Dessous raus und legt die neue Folge „Die Schießbude“ auf! UNSER FETISCH ist Fußball! Welcome to Schießbude Mother******! Abonniere “Die Schießbude” jetzt auf [Apple Podcasts](https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/die-schie%C3%9Fbude/id1612285402), [Spotify](https://open.spotify.com/show/5uIKvTe8vaOL9dPgOFbkPQ?si=6d0585a895204c7b&nd=1), [Google Podcasts](https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9zY2hpZXNzYnVkZS5wb2RpZ2VlLmlvL2ZlZWQvbXAz), [AudioNow](https://audionow.de/podcast/6a03e80e-8027-4c39-9345-56952c797677), [Amazon Music](https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/a6a2813f-bac2-4b2d-82c6-b3566cf4da00/die-schie%C3%9Fbude) oder in deiner Podcast App! "Die Schießbude" ist ein Maniac Studios Original Podcast Folge uns: - Manu Thiele auf YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/ManuThiele - Manu Thiele auf Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/manu_thiele/ - Die Schiessbude auf Instagram: https://instagram.com/dieschiessbude - Die Schiessbude auf Twitter: https://twitter.com/dieschiessbude - Die Schiessbude auf TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@schiessbude_podcast - Robby Hunke: https://instagram.com/robbyhunke - Maximilian Bensinger: https://instagram.com/maxbens - Daniel Sprügel: https://instagram.com/danielspruegel Unsere Werbepartner: - Holt euch die Fußballmanager-App unseres Werbepartners SPITCH und spielt in „dieschiessbude“ mit um den Spieltagssieg. Kommt in unsere SPITCH Community --> https://community.spitch.live/TRP9 - Der Hauptgewinn i.H.v 10.000 Euro für den guten Zweck wird präsentiert von unserem Werbepartner "FAIRsprochen", dem congstar Podcast zum Thema Fairness: https://maniacstudios.com/congstar Weiterführende Links: - Für Feedback, Anmerkungen, Gästewünsche und Anfragen meldet euch per E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org - Weitere Sport-Podcasts von Maniac Studios gibt es hier: https://maniacstudios.com - Maniac Studios: https://instagram.com/maniacstudiosberlin
Listas, listas listas. En este episodio, Pepe y Rafa nos hablan de las listas, para qué sirven, por qué son buenas y qué clase de listas les ayudan para mantener en orden su vida. Además, nos dan muchos ejemplos de todas las listas que podemos llegar a tener. Síguenos en @sonoropodcast en todas las redes sociales.
Pepe Álvarez, secretario general de la UGT, explica en 'Más de uno' cuál es el impacto que tiene una baja laboral en el salario de los trabajadores y qué cambios al respecto pretende incluir la nueva ley del aborto con la baja laboral por reglas dolorosas.
Miina on ettevõtja, spordi- ja terviseentusiast. Ta juhib ettevõtet Passion Games, mis loob täiskasvanutele mõeldud mängusid. Priit "Pepe" Poršnev- tegeleb ehituse vallas eraettevõtjana. Sõidab kõige põnevaga, millel on mootor ja põriseb. Ta on suure südamega ja väga positiivne inimene. Alati seiklushimuline, spontaanne, töökas ja abivalmis igal hetkel. Neil on palju ühiseid hobisid. Näiteks on nad koos läbinud Otepääl triatloni, käivad koos lohesurfamas ja võistlesid mitu hooaega jetivõistlutel. Samas on neil olnud palju väljakutseid ning nad on pidanud õppima hakkama saama ka kõige raskemate kaotustega. Miina Kallikorm Insta: https://www.instagram.com/miinakallikorm/ Passion Games: https://passiongames.eu/ Kasuta sooduskoodi "TÄITSAPEKKIS" Insta: https://www.instagram.com/passiongames_official/ Täitsa Pekkis Saade Insta: https://www.instagram.com/taitsapekkissaade/ Web: https://www.taitsapekkis.ee Festival: https://taitsapekkis.ee/seminar/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/taitsapekkis #koostöö
The Fast Casual Nation Podcast offers exclusive interviews with experts ranging from top chefs and brand makers to executives and restaurants who work in one of the fastest-growing segments of the restaurant industry. In this episode, Pepe chats with Lori Cominsky, Vice President at Mongolian Concepts, about driving growth strategy, labor shortages and menu innovation. When asked about her 20 plus years of experience in restaurant operations, Cominsky shares that she began working in the industry at KFC when she was a teenager. She talks about landing her first restaurant management job right out of college and how she learned a great deal about systems, new restaurant openings and how a company grows. She shares that the company grew from 15 units to 200 during her 9 years with them. Cominsky talks about growing a Chicago based Mediterranean fast casual brand and opening several locations under her leadership. She shares that she went on to serve as Vice President of Operations at a healthy quick service restaurant before taking on the role of Vice President at Mongolian Concepts.Cominsky talks about why she decided to join the Mongolian Concepts team. She shares that Mongolian Concepts is the parent company of three casual dining, stir-fry brands and how she welcomed the strong challenge of taking three unique brands, making them successful, aligning them with their systems and training, while allowing each of them to have their own culture and identity. She adds, “I also firmly believe that Mongolian Concepts has the ability to grow exponentially and become the best stir-fry concept in their respective markets.”Pepe and Cominsky discuss the importance of improving communication, labor shortages, and recruiting new talent. Cominsky shares that she had a 30-60-90 day plan laid out when she joined the company, and that her number one goal was improving communication across the board, which resulted in improved trust and bond within the team. She talks about the company's two-pronged, digital and hands-on training technique for new hires to make certain that they feel empowered and supported. When it comes to recruiting new talent, Cominsky shares that the brand takes a multifaceted checks and balances approach to ensure that teammates want to stick around. She adds, "It's something that we talk about every day. We talk about how we can become better staffed and what we can do better to keep our team and to get the best people and to make sure that they're happy.”Pepe asks Cominsky what we can expect to see from Mongolian Concepts in the coming months. Cominsky is excited to share that in addition to remodeling some of their existing units, they recently opened a new Genghis Grill location. She talks about the pride the team felt regarding the roll out of a new menu at the brand's concept, bd's Mongolian Grill, which will feature chef-curated dishes as well as some signature cocktails. Cominsky mentions the importance of menu innovation and shares that the company's concept, Flattop Grill, is introducing new dishes including Ramen and Poke bowls. She says, “Innovation with this menu allows for significant growth in dining room sales. So, we're planning to drive our business there and also to drive off-premise and third-party sales to a bigger percentage of our overall sales.”To hear more from Cominsky about the brand's new menu items, third-party delivery relationships, and the company's ghost kitchen concept, listen to this episode of Fast Casual Nation on Apple Podcasts. Produced by Lisa Pepe
En este episodio de "El Negocio del entretenimiento con Jafet Santiago", el promotor José "Pepe" Dueño nos relata sus experiencias como promotor de espectáculos en Puerto Rico para artistas tales como Celine Dion, Ringo Star, Elton John, Bon Jovi, Metallica, ACDC, Cirque Du Soleil, Yanni, entre otros. Créditos: Productor Ejecutivo y talento: Jafet Santiago Productora Ejecutiva: Millietzie Vélez Ingeniero de audio y editor: Alejandro Colón Luces y Cámaras: James Lynn Una producción de Sparkof Studios para Sparkof TV Derechos reservados Sparkof Entertainment Group Corp. www.sparkof.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jafet-santiago/message
On this edition of the Arsenal Vision Post Match Podcast, Elliot (@yankeegunner) is joined Paul (@poznaninmypants) and Clive (@clivepafc) to discuss a dominant win that ended with unnecessary nerves at home to Leeds. The conversation starts with a bit about the Emirates atmosphere then moves on to a dominant first half punctuated by 2 Eddie Nketiah goals. His performances is analyzed before attentions turn to other excellent performances from the likes of Martinelli, Odegaard and Mohammed Elneny. There's additional discussion about Pepe's sub appearance and the unnecessary nerves at the end of the game before the conversation turns to the Derby and the best way to play against the counter attacking threat of Spurs. All that and more on this edition of the ArsenalVision Podcast. Signup for our Patreon at patreon.com/arsenalvisionpodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hacer proyectos grandes como la tesis a veces es muy intimidante. Hoy, Pepe y Rafa hablan de cómo podemos hacer un proyecto, desde la metodología hasta las maneras sanas de tomarnos un break y nos aconsejan intentar dar un paso a la vez, sobre todo cuando tenemos un proyecto muy grande. Síguenos en @sonoropodcast en todas las redes sociales.
Episode #233 of BGMania: A Video Game Music Podcast. This week on the show, Bryan and Bedroth from RPGera are celebrating Cinco de Mayo in style with a focus primarily on Latin sounding tracks.. but Bryan gets a bit creative with the theme in the middle of the show! Email the show at email@example.com with requests for upcoming episodes, questions, feedback, comments, concerns, whatever you want really! Special thanks to our Executive Producers: Jexak & Xancu. EPISODE PLAYLIST AND CREDITS Mexico -Islander- from Cruis'n World [Vince Pontarelli, 1996] Trumpet Music from Ghostwire: Tokyo - Prelude Corrupted Case File [Unknown, 2022] Scarlet Wind from Radiata Stories [Noriyuki Iwadare, 2005] Near the Border from Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War [Junichi Nakatsuru, 2006] Cheer Up! -Pepe & Pupa- from Rage of the Dragons [Toshikazu Tanaka, 2002] Tostarena: Town from Super Mario Odyssey [Naoto Kubo, 2017] Main Theme from Elliot Quest [Michael Chait, 2015] Song of Lament from Elden Ring [Tsukasa Saitoh, 2022] Hymn of the Fayth from Final Fantasy X [Nobuo Uematsu, 2001] Invincible from World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King [Russell Brower, 2008] Esperanza En Duelo from Sunset [Austin Wintory feat. Malukah, 2015] Theme of El Fuerte from Super Street Fighter IV [Hideyuki Fukasawa, 2010] Caverna del Pollo from Guacamelee! [Rom Di Prisco, 2013] Race 3: Brazilian Street Race from Horizon Chase Turbo [Barry Leitch, 2018] SUPPORT US Patreon: https://patreon.com/rpgera CONTACT US Website: https://rpgera.com Discord: https://discord.gg/cC73Heu Twitch: https://twitch.tv/leveldowngames Twitter: https://twitter.com/OriginalLDG Instagram: https://instagram.com/bryan.ldg/ Facebook: https://facebook.com/leveldowngaming RPGERA PODCAST NETWORK Very Good Music: A VGM Podcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bgmania/message
The next generation of culinary artisans are changing up the industry. These artisans have a whole new approach to reaching and satisfying the next generation consumer. In this podcast we will explore chefs and artisans from around the world diving into their story and passion. In this episode of Chef AF, Pepe chats with Chef Kaytlin Dangaran about her unique path to becoming a Chef, her passion for Italian food and her commitment to using the freshest, local ingredients. When asked about her passion for cooking, Dangaran says, “I can't remember a time that I didn't want to cook.” She shares that even when she was very young she loved cooking and actually had the goal of attending culinary school following high school but instead she decided to follow her parent's advice to attend college where she studied cultural anthropology. She shares that her studies led to her becoming even more passionate about food. She says, “That kind of reinforced my love of food, of how different cultures eat and how food is the central thing that brings people together.” Dangaran talks about her time working with a nonprofit in South America, and shares that she continuously felt another calling, the drive to cook, which led to her moving to New York, enrolling into culinary school and finding a mentor. She says, “I went to the French Culinary Institute in New York, and I found this wonderful Chef who taught me everything there was to know about Italian food which is my passion for sure.”Pepe asks Dangaran how she ended up at Bistro in Sarasota, Florida, and Dangaran shares that after her time in New York she wanted to see different things, and considering she had always been on the East Coast, she decided to check out the West Coast and ended up in San Francisco. She talks about working at a few high end venues and finding an appreciation for fresh produce during her time there. She talks about missing New York and returning there for a short time before moving back home to Florida where she worked at Pérez Art Museum until joining the team at Bistro.Dangaran talks about her experience working predominantly in Italian restaurants, her love for cooking and the importance of using fresh ingredients. She says, “That's what I love about Italian cooking is the honesty of the ingredients.” She adds, “I didn't realize that as much until I moved to San Francisco and I found that love for produce and ingredients and how important those things are in a dish.”When asked about her culinary point of view, Dangaran shares that her focus is on staying hyper local and hyper seasonal. “In Sarasota, specifically at Bistro, I've probably had the most local ingredients that I've ever had at any of my restaurants.” She talks about sourcing ingredients like milk and honey locally and the excitement she feels when getting to use new ingredients as the produce changes seasonally. She adds, “I want to make beautiful dishes but I want the ingredients to be in season because nothing's better than when you're in season.”To hear Dangaran talk more about seasonal ingredients, offering cooking classes and the importance of mentorship, check out this episode of Chef AF “It's All Food” or you can listen at Spotify!
Hoy Pedro y Ricardo nos cuentan el antes, durante y después de una de las semanas más altas de ventas del año, Pepe y Roza nos comentan que han hecho en la Semana Santa de su pueblo y repasan cómo les ha ido el mes de Abril a nivel personal y profesional. ¡¡Advertencia!!: Si no tienes sentido del humor, por favor no lo oigas... Suscríbete al Premium en https://ventaexito.com por sólo 9,99€/mes
En este episodio fuera de lo normal, Pepe y Rafa nos hablan de cuando van al super, de qué les gusta comprar, porque les gusta ir, del futuro de los supermercados y nos dan recomendaciones para hacer la lista del super. Síguenos en @sonoropodcast en todas las redes sociales.
Esta semana en Islas de Robinson recibimos de nuevo la visita de nuestros buenos amigos Jesús "Radio City" Álvarez y Pepe "Hotel Arizona" Prieto. Otra selección de aúpa de su parte. Suenan: FLIGHT - "I'M COMING HOME" / KARL BLAU - "LITTLE PINK MAGGOT" / ARTHUR RUSSELL - "IOWA DREAM" / RICHARD DAVIES - "SURFACE OF THE SUN" / STEPHEN - "LITTLE AUDREY" / SPOONER - "YOU'RE THE LUCKY ONE" / JIMMY CARTER AND THE DALLAS COUNTY GREEN - "A NIGHT OF LOVE" / ERIC - "LAST SUMMER'S DREAM" / HAPPY END - "KAZE WO ATSUMETE" / Escuchar audio
En este episodio especial le hacemos una fiesta de disfraces a Teo en su cumpleaños. Paty Bacelis cumple un deseo largamente añorado y Ana Julia, Pepe y Teo nos comparten traumas de la infancia. Pollitos de colores, espantaFifas, traumas y diversión total.
Esta es la historia de Don Juve Beltrán, quien fue el cocinero de los "Diablos Rojos" del Toluca por 30 años. En esa cocina pasaron jugadores como Sinha, Cardozo y más. Su final con el equipo choricero fue triste. Ignacio "El Fantasma" Suárez nos revela los secretos más oscuros del futbol en "La Fantasmagórica", un podcast exclusivo de futvox. Encuéntranos en: Twitter: @FutvoxOficial Instagram: @futvoxoficial Facebook: @futvoxoficial Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Seguimos con un ciclo en los que estaremos con las comunidades nacionales de las 32 franquicias para ahondar a fondo sobre ellas y que la gente nos pregunte cosas. Hoy Buffalo Bills
The Fast Casual Nation Podcast offers exclusive interviews with experts ranging from top chefs and brand makers to executives and restaurants who work in one of the fastest-growing segments of the restaurant industry. In this episode, Pepe chats with Craig Erlich, President and CEO of Friendly's Restaurants, about Friendly's Cafe, labor shortages, and technology.Erlich talks about his background in the industry. He shares that he got his start in the restaurant business as a teenager and worked his way up through a variety of positions. He says, “I actually started my career in the restaurant business as an early teen and worked probably in every position, dishwasher, prep cook, line cook, cook, barback, waiter, manager.” He talks about leaving the industry and going into retail leadership for 25 years, before returning to his restaurant roots, and joining the team at Friendly's Restaurants.Pepe and Erlich chat about how dining habits have changed over the past two and a half years, particularly due to Covid. Erlich shares that it created a strong push towards off-premise dining and third party delivery models. He says, “When covid hit you know, many, many restaurants, the ones that survived, were the ones that embraced the off-premise third party business. And, I think you know when you look at how restaurants are performing today, that fast casual balance of convenience, and also can enjoy your favorite restaurant anywhere, anyhow, is really popular.”Erlich drops the exciting news that Friendly's is launching a new fast casual concept called Friendly's Cafe. He shares that the new concept will have a more modern design than the traditional Friendly's Restaurants. He talks about the menu innovations, and shares that the new dishes were created through a collaboration with customers, employees and franchisees. Erlich tells Pepe a few of the new menu offerings while also ensuring her that the brand is committed to keeping fan favorites as well. When Pepe asks Erlich about supply chain issues and labor shortages, he talks about how those challenges shape how they are continuing to run and open restaurants. Erlich shares that they also lean into technology to drive efficiencies and with third party delivery, but he is quick to add that the one thing technology won't replace is the Friendly's family. He says, “So I will tell you that tech is never going to be a substitute for human interaction, at least not in Friendly's.”To hear more from Erlich about the restaurant's new concept, his thoughts on ghost kitchens, and what the company has planned for virtual brands, listen to this episode of Fast Casual Nation on Apple Podcasts.Produced by Lisa Pepe
¡Hablemos claro! Elon Musk, el multimillonario compró una de las redes sociales màs exitosas de la historia, les llegó al precio, pero, qué tenemos que saber sobre este tema. ¿Cambiará algo dentro de la plataforma? Acá te explicamos.
El Comando N, con Nacho Carretero y Nuño Dominguez abordan "La moda y el hombre", y el Museo de Ciencias naturales en la parte destinada a la Ciencia. La tecnología nos traslada a la polémica en Twitter con Elon Musk. El Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto aborda la figura de Pepe Carvalho.
¿Qué cosas quieres hacer antes de morir? Hoy, Pepe y Rafa hablan del bucket list, que quieren completar antes de morir, de las experiencias y cosas materiales que les gustaría tener y de cómo les gustaría vivir cuando lleguen a cierta edad Síguenos en @sonoropodcast en todas las redes sociales.
Welcome back, dear, dear listeners! Who is ready for another installment of The Throne of Zeus? Hold up! Before we jump back into ancient Greece, though, Joe recounts an interesting scenario involving Florida, a trampoline and a less than clothed gentleman. And, just in case that isn't enough, John's love of Pepe the King Prawn and the rest of the muppets come to light again as the brothers do their best to "muppet-ify" a classic film. Gird your buttcheeks, everyone!
The next generation of culinary artisans are changing up the industry. These artisans have a whole new approach to reaching and satisfying the next-generation consumer. In this podcast, we will explore chefs and artisans from around the world diving into their story and passion. In this episode of Chef AF, Pepe talks with Corporate Executive Chef Dewey LoSasso of Bill Hansen Catering & Event Production, to discuss his early start in the industry, why it's important to be a lifelong learner, and the latest innovations in catering menus. LoSasso talks about growing up in New Jersey, along the Jersey Shore, and his early start in the restaurant industry. He shares that his first job was as a dishwasher at the age of 13, and how he immediately fell in love with the business. By the age of 14, he had decided that he wanted to become a Chef. LoSasso talks about how his very supportive father, a master plumber, would bring home used restaurant equipment in order to create a kitchen in the family's basement for the young chef to practice with. He talks about cooking with his mother and father, their discussions about food and ingredients, making memorable holiday meals together, and how that shaped him during his childhood. He says, “I think it was something that definitely influenced me as I got older.”When asked about his education, LoSasso shares that he continued to work in restaurants throughout high school, then right after graduation, he enrolled in the Culinary Institute of America. He talks about working his way through culinary school and traveling from New York to Miami while sampling a variety of dishes, and learning along the way. He says “It was always about hospitality and culinary, and just the whole business whether it's construction, wine lists, dining room elements, the whole thing for me has been a case study in life. In a way and still to this day, I mean, I'm always learning.” Pepe and LoSasso chat about a few of his career highlights. He talks about being hired at The Forge, one of the oldest restaurants in Miami, then relaunching the brand around 2009, and both the challenges and joys that came along with recreating a menu that paid homage to the dishes of the past while embracing new concepts as well. LoSasso reflects on his time working with Micki Wolfson and the Wolfsonian Museum which enabled him to travel every summer to places like Switzerland, France and Australia. He recalls that timeframe was like an experimental kitchen that was a big influence on him. He talks about his journey leading up to opening his first restaurant and working with ‘farm to table' decades before it was trending. In addition to launching several other restaurant concepts, LoSasso was a private chef for numerous celebrities, before deciding to join the team at Bill Hansen Catering & Event Production in 2016. LoSasso talks about working with Bill Hansen Catering & Event Production over the past five years and how they have been expanding the brand and bringing a restaurant sensibility to a catering environment. He says, “Bill Hansen, who's been around for over 42 years, is an iconic man, he actually wrote the book on catering.” LoSasso shares some key insights regarding catering menu development and why incorporating new options, such as vegan dishes are important because plant-based foods are becoming more and more relevant. He adds, “We feel that if you're reactive to what's in the marketplace, we can do a great vegan menu without using a lot of processed plant-based food. And I think the trends are showing, for us, plant-based food is here to stay.”Tune in to the podcast to learn more from LoSasso about plant-based catering, future predictions, and his thoughts regarding Covid takeaways, on Chef AF “It's All Food” or you can listen on iTunes Now!
"There's only room for one diva in Oz, and that is MOI!"Drew and Cassie are here to discussing the third Oz adaptation of the month, the 2005 TV film The Muppets' Wizard of Oz starring Ashanti, Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Gonzo, Fozzie Bear, Pepe the King Prawn, and many more Muppets and humans alike! This particular adaptation begins in a modern-day Kansas, where Dorothy dreams of becoming a big star by joining the Muppets Tour. When the tornado drops Dorothy in Oz, she finds herself in a land entirely inhabited by Muppets - even her pet king prawn, Toto, is a Muppet now! Dorothy then follows the Yellow Brick Road to the Wizard to ask him to make her a star. We discuss the modernized setting, the combination of the Munchkins and the field mice, the Wizard's disguises, the embracing of Oz's theatricality, the fun reimagining of the Kalidahs, and much more!Join our community! View all of the benefits of joining our *brand new* Patreon including the Official Of Slippers and Spindles Book Club, exclusive polls, monthly bookmarks, Zoom hangouts, and more! https://patreon.com/ofslippersandspindles Check out our new merch store! https://www.redbubble.com/people/ofslippers/shop Visit our Facebook group, Instagram, and more! https://linktr.ee/ofslippersandspindles We love to hear from you! You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org Music: Through The Woods by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com
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In this episode, Casey and Tom are joined by Mike Pepe who worked with Wilder on their EP “Bad Bad Luck.” Topics covered include:How he got connected with Wilder.Getting the EP on Rude RecordsMaking guitars sound like other instrumentsAnd more!Plus, some cool production notes on the EP: Wilder. “Oh No” House PartyWilder. “Hang Up” Outro larger than lifeTimestamp on “bite my tongue” bridge“Oh no” panning fx before 2nd chorus“Bad bad luck” Hotone Krush - Pink bitcrusher: https://www.hotoneaudio.com/products/skyline/krush “See through” 2nd verse reverb in left earFollow Mike Pepe on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mikepepemusic/?hl=en Listen to Bad bad Luck: https://open.spotify.com/album/649vbmVkCX1UR4IbLvkOzO Death Cab “What Sarah Said” https://open.spotify.com/track/2JFrlsJBH4IDt3Suot97dP DistroKid Exclusive - Membership DiscountFor a limited time, Record Process listeners can use this link below to get 30% off your first year's membership with DistroKid (note: only available to first-time users)DistroKid Affiliate Link (case sensitive): http://distrokid.com/vip/therecordprocessSheet Happens Publishing (Exclusive Product Discount Code)Head over to https://www.sheethappenspublishing.com/ to check out all the awesome guitar + bass sheet music, digital and physical tablature books, and additional products they have from a TON of awesome bands. ENTER CODE "TRP15" AT CHECK OUT 15% OFF YOUR ORDER!Follow us on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/therecordprocess/https://www.instagram.com/truelevelstudio/?hl=enShow Hosts:Casey Cavaliere (Producer / Mixer / Guitarist of The Wonder Years)www.CaseyCavaliere.comwww.thewonderyearsband.comIG: https://www.instagram.com/case_rock/?hl=enTom Conran (Audio Engineer / Producer / Acoustician )www.TomConranAudio.comIG: https://www.instagram.com/thetomconran/?hl=enShare any thoughts, questions, comments, or suggestions with us via email at:TrueLevelStudio@gmail.comArtwork by Holly Smith ( https://www.instagram.com/_hollysmith/?hl=en )Edited and Mixed by Deanna Chapman ( https://www.instagram.com/deanna_chapman/ )Music Credits:"Almas" by Casey Cavaliere (Main Theme)"Memorial Hospital Parking Lot" by Slo TV (Intro / Credits)"Red Lake" by Slo TV (Additional Music)
Vivir con roomies es toda una aventura. En este episodio, Pepe y Rafa nos cuentan anécdotas sobre los roomies que han tenido, los aprendizajes que han tenido viviendo con otras personas y cómo esto los ha cambiado. Síguenos en @sonoropodcast en todas las redes sociales.
Former NFL running back Marcus Allen joins us on this episode of Chasin' Birdies. Question: What hasn't he won? Heisman, NFL MVP, Super Bowl MVP, and much more. Marcus knows how to chase birdies on the course and OFF the course. Give this episode a listen and hear all about his addiction to golf from one of the best to ever play in the NFL!We get back into the NFL world with former running back and now golf addict, Marcus Allen. Marcus has many accolades behind him with his illustrious NFL career. Now, in his later years, he can't stop being the MVP of his golfing group. And that, people, means Most Valuable Putter.We open up the episode and talk a little football with Marcus. We touch on his NFL career and how the college football scene has changed from then to now. We touch briefly on the NIL situation and how that affects college sports.We flip the script from football and dive right into golf. Marcus briefs us on his Charity Golf Outing that he has been putting on for years. After listening to this interview, it seems as if there isn't a course that Marcus hasn't played. It's apparent, with his slow and intentful demeanor, that he loves the game of golf.We wrap up the show with our standard tap-in segment which is sponsored by Bettinardi Golf. Pepe asks Marcus some questions that demand his quick witted reply. It's not every day you get to talk to someone like Marcus so we are thankful for him coming on the show. Hope you enjoy the episode!Key Links:Visit hbgolf.com for great golf apparel now repped by Chasin' Birdies.Stay tuned for more info on winning custom headcovers from WinstonCollection.comOur Tap-in segment is sponsored by Bettinardi GolfFilmed at Nemacolin Resort.This episode is presented by LinksBrewing-----Follow Chasin' Birdies on Instagram @chasin_birdies.Chasin' Birdies is hosted by Ryan Bashour and Jonathan Pepe and is proudly recorded in West Virginia. Produced by Simpler Media.
This week we chinwag about a funny story Jess encountered with her pup, Pepe. Like, it’s really funny! Afterwards we chat with Goldenvoice social media manager Kristina London, who is also the founder of Amplify Her Voice. In May 2019, London used her background in marketing and social media to create an active online space for women in the music industry to learn and find a sense of community. She also talks about her various jobs in the industry leading her to where she is today!
Psychic channel and hypnotherapist Anna Pepe is focused on helping people revive the Creator within them by guiding and teaching about the power of manifestation. She shares some common blocks we create when manifesting and even gives me a channeled message on the spot! This episode ends with a collective card reading.Follow Anna Pepe:@iamannapepeLinks:How To Release Your Abundance Blockages (Masterclass Series): iamannapepe.com/rtsSupport the show (https://cash.app/$returntoself)
In episode 1208, Jack and Miles are joined by TV writer Korama Danquah to discuss... Is Standard Time the thing we actually need to embrace permanently?, Grey's Anatomy Writer put on leave for lying about medical history…, Pepe The Frog NFTs are, Predictably, a Clusterfuck, Another Issue With Crypto Is It's Used By Right Wing Dictators and more! Is Standard Time the thing we actually need to embrace permanently? Grey's Anatomy Writer put on leave for lying about medical history… Pepe The Frog NFTs are, Predictably, a Clusterfuck Neo-Nazi Site Daily Stormer Takes Down Pepe Images After Getting Copyright Claims From Its Creator Sad Frogs District statistics Pepe the Frog's Creator Nuked a $4 Million NFT Collection Over Copyright Another Issue With Crypto Is It's Used By Right Wing Dictators Preying on the poor? Opportunities and challenges for tackling the social and environmental threats of cryptocurrencies for vulnerable and low-income communities Nayib Bukele may want to become Latin America's first millennial dictator Terrorist Financing and Virtual Currencies: Different Sides of the Same Bitcoin? How the great migration of cryptocurrency mining is playing a rising role in the global energy crisis koramadanquah.com/ LISTEN: Peace Of Mind (Virgil Abloh Remix with Fela Kuti) by Rema See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.