Have you ever noticed that almost every single packaged food item sold at the grocery store contains some form of vegetable oil? I recently walked through the grocery store aisles flipping over packaged foods simply to read their ingredient labels because I was curious, how many products contained vegetable oils? To be honest, I guess I wasn't really shocked when I realized that almost every item I picked up contained some form of plant-based oil such as sunflower oil, canola oil, grapeseed oil, peanut oil, safflower oil, soybean oil, or sesame oil. Even the “healthy” organic foods contained vegetable oil. Pizza? Vegetable oil. Trail mix? Vegetable oil. Ice Cream? Vegetable oil. Fruit Snacks? Pretzels? Protein bars? Vegetable oils! Now, I am not saying that all vegetable oils, which are high in omega-6 fatty acids, are bad. Nor am I saying that we should never eat them again. In fact, our bodies need omega-6s fatty acids as they're essential fatty acids. Meaning, our bodies can't produce them so we need to get them from an external source. So, what's the problem? The problem is that we are consuming too many omega-6 fatty acids and not enough of their counterpart, omega-3 fatty acids. Which in the long run can become problematic to our health for a variety of reasons. But, as consumers, this is where things tend to get a bit confusing! I mean, aren't vegetable oils healthy? And, what's the difference between omega-3 fatty acids and omega-6 fatty acids? And, is there a balanced omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acid ratio we should strive to achieve? Luckily for us, here to help simplify and unpack all of these questions (and more!) is the one and only Ayla Barmmer, MS, RDN, LDN. Ayla is a registered dietitian nutritionist, functional medicine practitioner and the founder, and CEO, of FullWell, a fertility wellness and education brand. Her entire career focus has been to advance the health and empowerment of practitioners, patients and families through nutritional science, functional medicine and evidence-based holistic solutions. In today's episode Ayla shares why women should consume more omega-3 fatty acids, especially women who are struggling with period pain, have a hormonal imbalance, or pregnant or breastfeeding, the differences between omega-6's and omega-3s, how to easily add more omega-3 rich foods to your diet, and why she developed FullWell's Fish Oil supplement. We also go off on a tangent and talk about her passion for herbal medicine and the differences between nervines and adaptogens. I absolutely loved chatting with Ayla and know this is a conversation that will inspire and encourage you along your own personal health journey! The Wise Consumer Show Notes: https://thewiseconsumer.com/omega-3-fatty-acids/
Thanks to a recent wave of innovation, pretzels are one of the hottest categories in snacks, pulling in $1.7B in a 12-month period ending in August. That's up 16% from last year. What's driving the demand? Join our hosts Zachary Crockett and Rob Litterst as they take you through our most interesting stories of the day. Follow us on social media: TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thdspod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thdspod/ Thank You For Listening to The Hustle Daily Show. Don't forget to hit Subscribe or Follow us on Apple Podcasts so you never miss an episode! If you want this news delivered to your inbox, join millions of others and sign up for The Hustle Daily newsletter, here: https://thehustle.co/email/ Plus! Your engagement matters to us. If you are a fan of the show, be sure to leave us a 5-Star Review on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-hustle-daily-show/id1606449047 (and share your favorite episodes with your friends, clients, and colleagues). The Hustle Daily Show is brought to you by The Hustle in partnership with HubSpot Podcasts.
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Mama,One of the hardest thing about being a sports mom, other than having to spend your free time in the car driving everywhere, is spending your whole weekend at the ballfield.It makes finding a even somewhat healthy meal very difficult. As a fellow sports mom, I get it and I have been there.But the good news is, I've come up with a few tricks to help busy sports moms make healthy decisions whether they're at the concession stand or a convenience store!Today we are going to chat about how to use these 3 tips for busy sports moms to crush their nutrition while at their kids extra curricular activities!Over the last eight years, I've prioritized my health and wellness and in turn, I've prioritized making sure my whole family gets healthy, nutritious meals, no matter where we are. I wanted to put together this simple guide to help you stay on track with your health goals while you fuel your little (or big) athletes so you can all be successful!The main problem I found was that traditional sports foods aren't the healthiest. And it's hard to go out for healthy food when you're running from game to game. I've come up with a few tips on how find food from convenience stores and concession stands that will keep you in alignment with your goals!Make a plan for you & your athleteThe absolute best thing you can do if you want to stick to your health goals is to make a plan. I say it all the time because it's always true! On any given weekend, I have 7-10 ball games between my three kiddos. Which usually means we spend our entire weekend away from the house.I know from experience that if I go into a weekend without a plan I will not stick to my goals. Not because I don't have the willpower to do it, but because it's impossible to make healthy choices when you have limited options!When I don't have a plan, I'm forced to eat whatever I can find at the ball field for every meal and snack. And while I love a soft pretzel and nacho cheese as much as the next girl, I know that's not going to help me reach my goals. Plus, I know that crappy food isn't going to help my kids play at their best either.Instead, I like to come up with a meal plan for the weekend that helps me stick to my goals and fuels my kids to be able to play!For some of my meals, I'll pack food from home, but I also plan to eat out for at least one meal. That meal out can range from grabbing food at the concession stand, hitting up the closest convenience store or going out to a restaurant with the team.I like to plan out exactly what I”m going to grab or order for that meal out so that I can really enjoy it! Then I plan the rest of my meals around that one. I use my 3-step meal planning strategy, which I talked about a few weeks ago. Go read about it and grab the freebie in my Facebook Group, Busy Mom SImple Nutrition, it will be so helpful!How to find healthy options at convenience storesWhether you're including convenience store or concession stand foods in your meal plan or you're simply looking for something somewhat healthy to eat when you forgot to plan (no shame mama, that happens to me too!) After spending almost a decade at ballgames, I've figured out the best options for busy mamas who also want to eat healthily, and I'm happy to share my knowledge!I'm not against having an occasional treat but when you're grabbing something every weekend or multiples times in one weekend, that's no longer occasional. That's habitual! Instead of grabbing a candy bar and Diet Coke as a between-games snack. Let's fuel our bodies and give them the nutrients they need to keep up with our active kids!When you walk into a convenience store like QT or Circle K, you are probably used to seeing the donuts, candy bars, nachos, etc. And you might think there's not going to be anything healthy in there so you might as well, grab whatever sounds good. But the truth is there are lots of great options available if you learn how to find them!Whether you're at a convenience store or a concession stand you're probably going to be able to find some of these snacks that will keep you on track with your health goals and stop you from getting hangry and becoming that mom.String cheesePeanuts (just be sure you're aware of how much you're eating because nuts add up quickly!)Hard-boiled eggsYogurt (opt for greek yogurt that's higher in protein if you have the option!)Pretzels and hummusProtein barsBeef jerky or turkey jerkyProtein shakesElectrolyte drinks (Mama needs to stay hydrated too!)Now, let's talk real meals because while these are great snack options they're not going to help you make it through the whole day!When you go to a convenience store, or even concession stand, look for their fresh or prepared foods. A lot of places will have pre-made sandwiches, salads, burritos, etc. you can usually find something in that section that will fit into your health goals.When I'm on the go, I like to go to QT and get a sandwich or wrap. They'll make them fresh to your specifications, so I'll load up on protein and veggies! It's basically what I would have packed for myself but it didn't sit in my cooler and get soggy all day!The more you look for healthy options wherever you're at the more you'll see them! If you don't see anything readily available, ask someone! Especially, if it's at a concession stand. If you're a regular at the concessions they might be willing to stock a few healthy options! Get the other moms to ask too, if they see a need, they'll fill it!Don't forget to hydrateWe've talked a lot about food, but let's not forget hydration! When you're spending hours at the ball field you have to make sure that YOU stay hydrated.I know you're thinking about your kids and making sure they have water and electrolytes but you're also getting hit by the sun, so you need to be paying attention to your water too!You should be drinking at least half of your body weight in ounces every day to stay properly hydrated, but if you're spending hours out in the sun you should be going above and beyond that! There isn't a magic number to hit since temperatures and UV levels vary, but just make sure that you're not thirsty and that you're going to the bathroom a lot.You can always add electrolytes to your water to help replenish all the minerals you're losing by being out in the sun. But don't forget to think about the foods you can also be eating that will help hydrate you!Foods that have a high water content are great for hydration. You can eat them on their own, throw them in your water or even blend them up into a refreshing smoothie!WatermelonStrawberriesCantaloupePeachesOrangesCucumberLettuceZucchiniCeleryTomatoesBell peppersCauliflowerGrapefruitCoconut waterInfusing your water - and your kids' water - with some of these fruits are even better for you than processed drinks like Gatorade!Skim milk, yogurt and cottage cheese are also great for hydration and are higher in protein so you'll get a lot more bang for your buck with them!Being a busy sports mama isn't an excuse to ignore your health. You need to set an example for your athlete! Show them how important their health is now as they're playing sports and how important it is when you stop by making your health a priority!If you want to start making your health a priority, but feel like you don't even know where to start, then let's talk! I was in your shoes once and having a coach teach me what healthy looked like for ME was a game changer. (Pro tip: dieting is not healthy eating. So don't think I'm just going to show you how to do another 12-week diet! I know you need more than that!) You can lead your family to health and happiness! Schedule a Free Discovery Session here: http://bit.ly/DiscoverySessionKmoreHave a question? Email me here: Krista@KmoreMacro.comFollow me on IG: @kmoremacroJoin my Busy Mom Simple Nutrition FREE Fb group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/BusyMomSimpleNutritionLove Free Resources Go Here: https://theunraveledmama.com/resources
Research begins at 27:30 Bunk funkers, we hope you brought your Fushigi ball because you're gonna need it to combat the bizarre encounter of this week's topic all the way from Argentina! It's the whole enchilada on the Pretzel Encounter! In the first segment, Andy and Art are captured once again by the titular Mr. Bunker - how did he fool them this time? In the second segment, Andy and Art give you, the listeners, an uninterrupted presentation of their research into The Pretzel Encounter. Finally, Andy and Art discuss toy advertisements, orbs, wiping procedures, and so much more! Send us your thoughts to @MrBunkerPod and email@example.com using the hashtag #StandUpSitDownWiper Music by Michael Martello Artwork by Hannah Ross Audio Editing by Arthur Stone Follow Us: Patreon Twitter Instagram Website Youtube Merch Links Mentioned: https://www.reddit.com/r/Humanoidencounters/comments/xa0bt5/tall_blonde_humanoid_wearing_a_blue_outfit/ Argentina: The 1968 "Night Visitor" -- High Strangeness -- Sott.net https://www.phantomsandmonsters.com/2010/06/?m=1 THE CLOSE ENCOUNTER OF MARIA ELODIA PRETZEL - UFO Digest an strange encounter in a unexpected place villa carlos paz 1968 (humanoid encounters), page 1 http://www.ignaciodarnaude.com/ufologia/FSR%201981%20V%2026%20N%205.pdf Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Although his time on Gilmore Girls was brief...Adam Shapiro aka Sugarman is bringing the stories! Adam talks to Scott about nailing his one line and hanging with the cast of Friends. Plus, you need to know about Shappy's Pretzels!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to our podcast! We're Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough, the authors of thirty-five (and counting!) cookbooks, including our latest: THE INSTANT AIR FRYER BIBLE which you can find here.We're so glad you stopped by to spend time with us. Thank you for that. We've got a packed show that includes our thoughts on a current trend, a one-minute cooking tip, two new Chinese cookbooks we're obsessed with, and the things that are making us happy in food this week.Here are the segments for this episode of COOKING WITH BRUCE AND MARK:[01:13] Our thoughts on the new trend of VENMO-ing friends for the costs of your dinner parties. [14:11] Our one-minute cooking tip: Double the amount of whole grains the next time you cook them and keep them on hand for adding to salads and spreads. [16:11] Two new Chinese cookbooks that we're currently obsessed with. [24:46] What's making us happy in food this week? Dark pretzels and spicy Sri Lankan beef curry!
There's a good chance your kid is eating pretzels and Cheerios quite often…but are they healthy? I am NOT one to make you afraid of what you feed your kids so before you even listen I don't want you to freak out about this! Listen in to find out how to include these kid favorites in a healthy diet, and what my response is to the people who think Cheerios are harmful to eat.Resources:Ep. 40 Are Goldfish Crackers Actually Healthy? Ask a Dietitian! MKN Meal and Snack GuidesMilk for Toddlers: Answering All Your Questions on Cow's Milk, Non-Dairy Alternatives & HormonesFREE Cereal GuideFREE Healthy Toddler Snack Guide
Alex Golden and Michael J. Facci are in person for the very first time to record an episode of Setting The Pace. The guys discuss meeting at the Nuggets game on Wednesday, interacting with listeners of the show, the delicious wings in section 103 and Facci shares his thoughts on the new renovations. Next, the guys welcome on friend Chris Denari to recap Pacers-Nuggets, Mathurin's performance, this team's overall play through 11-games and more! Lastly, the guys discuss Facci trying Ben's Pretzel for the first time. Then, they share a hilarious story from an employee from Ben's Pretzel, as well as a story about Facci's interaction with the clerk at the Pacers Team Store. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Part Two of the Good Morning Football Podcast begins with hosts Jamie Erdahl, Peter Schrager, Super Bowl Champion Jason McCourty and Fmr NFL OT Joe Thomas examine the Packers being a home underdog against the Cowboys. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell drops by to discuss bringing the league to Germany and starts the weekend with a toast. The table looks at more Week 10 matchups before debating Jeff Saturday's comments about the Raiders now that he makes his coaching debut against them. Joe doesn't think Saturday is blameless after accepting the job. We wrap up the week in Germany and Pretzel Picks sees one team getting every victory nod. The Good Morning Football Podcast is part of the NFL Podcast Network.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We tie ourselves in knots trying to find good things to say about the bland Pretzel and the Puppies on Apple TV+. Gritty reboot casting throws a bone to Conan O'Brien and the cast of the dear, departed Togetherness. In Screen Time in the News, we wonder whether the inclusion of ads will make us want to banish streaming services to the doghouse.
In this episode, Michael Jones and Jordan Cwierz eat and review Red Robin Pretzel Bacon Beer-Cheese Burger so you know if it's worth eating. They also talk about the South Beach Wine and Food Festival, how much is a decent amount, opinions of Fat Tire, and more. Face Jam Truck'd Up Premieres November 17th. 8 chefs battle for fast food supremacy as Face Jam judges their eats. Sponsored by ExpressVPN http://expressvpn.com/facejam , Hello Fresh http://hellofresh.com/facejam65 + code facejam65, and Black Adam in theaters now! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome back to the Bagged And Bored Cast! This week we sit down to look at Blacksad: They All Fall Down - Part 1 for John's Trade-In Policy pick for the month.There's also the news stories we're excited for in The Week In Geek, the comic books we're grabbing 11/09/22 in The List, a Dramatic Reading from Blacksad and nine, count 'em NINE craft beer reviews.If there's a book you want us to read let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org or on any of the social media posts for this episode! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
A live-to-tape of the solutions4networks post-Ignite event where we talk about a few of the key takeaways and announcements!This event was held with a small set of clients at Penn Brewery where Michael Askins and Justin Snyder discussed Security and Modern Work topics followed by refreshments and PRETZELS!!Should you want more information contact solutions4networksWe thank our anchor sponsor, solutions4networks, for helping make this show possible!Join the conversation with Michael on LinkedinVisit solutions4networks - www.s4nets.comFind s4nets on Linkedin HEREFind ITPro @ www.ma-itpro.comComment on Twitter or LinkedInFollow Michael AskinsYouTubeTwitterLinkedInTags: CiscoMicrosoftTeams
Show up and do twice the work of what is expected. Anne Beiler, Founder Auntie Annes Pretzels, Advocate and Speaker for women is interviewed by David Cogan famous Host of the Heroes Show and founder Eliances entrepreneur community.
The Phillies' World Series run has inspired a limited edition pretzel shape from Philly Pretzel Factory franchises in the area. KYW Newsradio's Hadas Kuznits chats with Romeo Carsello, owner of The Philly Pretzel Factory closest to the stadium at 23rd and Passyunk, about how Philly sports team wins are great for business… but terrible for staffing.
Ready to get a sugar rush? Join the Beats as they break down 5 original, Persian-inspired candies and treats and how to make them! Unique twist on Halloween Candy and Treats Sohan | Persian Brittle (made in a modern way with Saltine crackers, would work in mini version with oyster crackers too) Chocolate-covered Pretzel rods garnished with pistachios and zereshk (also try with dried, candied orange peel) Toot | Marzipan (try shaping as candy corn or spooky finger nails) Ajeel in cute halloween treat baggies Dates dipped in Chocolate (be sure to take the pit out of the dates) Saffron Caramel Candy (Persian tootsie roll!) This week's “Ask the Beats” comes from Sahar from Walnut Creek We are gathering in my home before and after trick-or-treating on Halloween. What is a good recipe I can serve to everyone? Bita: Stuffed Bell Pepper Jack-o-Lanterns Beata: Tortilla Soup and Salad Olivieh All Modern Persian Food podcast episodes can be found at: Episodes Co-host Beata Nazem Kelley blog: BeatsEats – Persian Girl Desperately Addicted to Food! Co-host Bita Arabian blog: Oven Hug - Healthy Persian Recipes | Modern Persian Recipes Bita's post: Persian Pistachio Brittle recipe Bita's post: Ajeel | Persian Trail Mix Bita's post: Stuffed Bell Pepper Jack-o-Lanterns Bita's post: Easy Home-made Hummus Beata's recipe: Persian Salad Olivieh Sign up for the Modern Persian Food podcast email newsletter here! Subscribe+ to the Modern Persian Food podcast on your favorite podcast player, and tell a friend. Podcast production by Alvarez Audio
This is the 2nd episode of my series on empathic entrepreneurship. I am excited to interview Laura Voss. Laura Voss is the owner of Oh My Fitness Coaching, a boxing and confidence coaching business she created seven years ago and is co-owner of Bella Cosa Salon in San Jose, CA. Which she started running during the pandemic, smarttttt, right?Beginning with in-home personal training, she found the clients drawn to her craved support most of all for empowerment, mental health, and stress management, so has a unique approach to help her clients feel their most fierce every day. Laura is married and spoils a fur-baby, Pretzel, who is the true star of Oh My Fitness Coaching and of their household. A lover of hiking, a good Chardonnay, dancing like Richard Simmons, brussels sprouts, cocoon days, and amazing pasta, Laura believes balance is essential for your physical and mental health. She also can't get enough of traveling to see new places, hand-lettering, and creativity, -—and, most of all, flying to see her nieces and hosting over-the-top-get-togethers to spoil people! Laura is a fierce advocate and volunteer for young female entrepreneurs, those experiencing homelessness, and survivors of sexual violence. This fire to help every person feel loved, included, and empowered propels Laura in her business every day as well as in her life as a whole. Some Topics we discuss: Creativity is one of the strengths of sensitive souls and empaths; when we don't allow ourselves to express that creativity, we feel smaller.For an empath, balance is the most important thing. It is figuring out the best ways to take care of yourself. Comparing yourself to others is a natural behavior, but we have to workto stop doing that if it is stopping your progress. When you over-give - why your overgive and what to do instead.How to manage being an introvert and an entrepreneur. Oh My Fitness Website Follow Laura on InstagramWomen's Wellness PlannerLaura's First InterviewYour Free Guide: "5 Ways to Feed Your Soul and Rise Into Your Leadership as an Empath" https://theenlightenedheart.pro/free-giftIf you love oracle cards and want a tool to help you step into your confidence and find your inner jewels:Oracle Cards: “The Jewels Inside”IG: https://www.instagram.com/kavitalifecoachFB: https://www.facebook.com/kavitalifecoach
On this episode, I sit down with Brittany Garbutt, a Perth-based serial entrepreneur who loves everything business. How she became a Pretzel empire lord, stepped into the coffee game and many more interesting ventures. We talk all things business from how Brittany started, how she struggled and how she is going. This is an insanely valuable episode for anyone who is interested in business, from starting to going further in owning one. Hope you enjoy it! You can find her delicious Pretzels over at pretzelaustralia.com.au
Dan Duran is at Lumby's place in France / Canada's favourite candy bar / Pretzel's are good / Neil Young is back in Ontario / Greedflation is a thing / It's book launch day for Boobie Billy / Michael Klassen, real estate agent at Eleven Eleven Realty
#59 Marketing pretzels have to be one of the best jobs out there, right? And these aren't just your standard pretzels. These are authentic German soft pretzels. They're incredible. And on this pod, we are talking to Allie Halloran. Allie is the force behind the marketing for Milwaukee Pretzel Company. Here's what to listen for: How she got into the business The deck that landed her the job at Milwaukee Pretzel The competitive space The importance of the website in the marketing mix Tactics and channels are working How they are dealing with the nacho cheese shortage – yeah even nacho cheese is being impacted by supply chain issues!! Allie is awesome and provides a ton of great insights. Even more impressive because she is a team of one. With the holidays coming and coming fast consider Milwaukee Pretzel as a gift. Head on over to the site. Sign up for the newsletter. When you do, you'll get some nice discounts on your future orders. Oh, one more plug for their product. When you place an order, make sure to include the Sprecher Spicy Brown Mustard. Chef kiss for that product. You'll love it. Want to talk to Kurt or Pat? Reach out: ✅ Kurt at: Kurtl@celticinc.com ✅ Pat at: email@example.com
In der heutigen Folge diskutiert Christoph mit Kathrin Anselm (AirBnB), Dr. Roman Ehrhardt (Vitra) und Hanno Renner (Personio) auf der großen Bühne der diesjährigen Bits & Pretzels. Es geht um die neue Flexibilität, die immer Unternehmen ihren Mitarbeiter:innen seit der Corona Pandemie geben und die drei diskutieren, warum 70% der Unternehmen die Menschen doch wieder zurück ins Office holen wollen. Kathrin Anselm formuliert die neue notwendige innere Haltung so: “It's not about controlling your people, it's about leading them.” Roman Ehrhardt ist sich sicher: “The office has lost its monopoly for work.” Aber er ist sich ebenso sicher: “The office will be stronger after the pandemic.” Christoph, der das Panel moderiert hat, fragt alle drei: “How does this Stechuhr-thing fits into this?” Wer wissen möchte, wie Personio und AirBnB ihre Modelle entwickelt haben, hört diese schnelle und doch so interessante Folge. Dort verrät Kathrin auch, warum sie während der Pandemie dieses große Glücksgefühl hatte (siehe Headline). Unser live-to-tape Episode 341 von der Bits & Bretzels gibt es auf allen gängigen Podcast-Plattformen, wie Spotify oder Apple Podcasts (oder direkt auf otwtnw.de). Einfach nach ‘On the Way to New Work' suchen und abonnieren, um keine Folge zu verpassen. Christoph und Michael veröffentlichen immer montags um 6:00 Uhr.
“The moment we step in and have time with the Lord in prayer is when we see mountains moved and lives changed.” Prayer is powerful! Today Stacy welcomes Shari Rigby to the podcast. Shari is an actress, director, writer, producer, author, and inspirational speaker. Yes, she does all of that with a heart to bring glory to God! Listen in as Shari reveals her passion for prayer as we talk about her role in the new faith-based film, Paul's Promise and her book, Consider the Lilies. ABOUT OUR GUEST: Shari Rigby is an actress, director, writer, producer, author, and inspirational speaker. Shari is best known as one of the leading actresses in faith and family inspirational entertainment for her roles in “Overcomer,” “October Baby,” “Not Today,” “Wildflower,” and “The Least of These.” With Shari's strong background of well-crafted screen performances, actor-turned-director, she has quickly developed a reputation as an actor's director. Shari recently signed on to direct the New York Times best seller, “Twist of Faith: The Story of Anne Beiler,” founder of Auntie Anne's Pretzels. Shari kicked off 2022 directing “Identity Crisis,” a new teen girl feature film. She directed a pivotal scene in “Overcomer” and in the most recent Kendrick Brother film, “LifeMark.” Shari executive produced, directed, and wrote 20 episodes for the television series “Dream Center” for Daystar. Together with Claire Yorita Lee, co-wrote the online devotional for the re-release of FOX's “The Passion of the Christ.” Shari co-wrote her biography, “Beautifully Flawed,” with Claire Yorita Lee, which was published in March 2015. Shari executive produced, wrote, and directed the pilot “Beautifully Flawed” for a pilot pitch presentation for television. Shari continues to thrive in the entertainment industry as a role model and mentor to women of all ages through her non-profit, The Women In My World, a women's group focusing on identity, mentoring, and leadership, cultivating Christian influencers to impact the world through the art of storytelling. Shari is the author of “Consider the Lilies: Get Rooted In Your Destiny By Discovering God's Plan” and “Beautifully Flawed: Finding Your Radiance In The Imperfections of Your Life.” She recently released her new book, “Consider the Lilies: 40-Day Devotional: Find Purpose In An Ever-Changing Culture,” in April 2022. Shari is outspoken and passionate about her faith and family. Shari and her husband, Matt, have been married for twenty-five years and raise two boys together. SCRIPTURE: (NKJV unless noted) “Therefore I say to you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or what you will drink; nor about your body, what you will put on. Is not life more than food and the body more than clothing? Look at the birds of the air, for they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns; yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not of more value than they? Which of you by worrying can add one cubit to his stature? So why do you worry about clothing? Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow: they neither toil nor spin; and yet I say to you that even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these. Now if God so clothes the grass of the field, which today is, and tomorrow is thrown into the oven, will He not much more clothe you, O you of little faith?Therefore do not worry, saying, ‘What shall we eat?' or ‘What shall we drink?' or ‘What shall we wear?' For after all these things the Gentiles seek. For your heavenly Father knows that you need all these things. But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you. Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about its own things. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble.” Matthew 6:25-34 “Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, in everything give thanks; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.” 1Thessalonians 5:16-18 BOOKS BY SHARI RIGBY: Consider the Lilies Consider The Lilies: 40 Day Devotional Beautifully Flawed LINKS: Paul's Promise The Women In My World Shari Rigby MOMS IN PRAYER New to Moms in Prayer? Find Out More! PRAY with Moms in Your Community for Your Children Support Our Mission Moms in Prayer Shop Praying for Prodigals
In this OctBoo episode, Anne regales with some tales. Ghostly tales abound because it's the spooky season. Karen bakes up deliciously easy Pretzel Turtle treats. Anne starts with two ghost stories from the Charleston, SC, area. Then, Karen follows with a recanting of a spiritual mystery from Murrell's Inlet, SC. The imbibement for the evening -- Bourbon Spiked Apple Cider served as cold as a corpse's hand! Also, enjoy a spooky reading from Kay at F**k My Worklife Podcast as she treats us to some Edgar Allen Poe. #spooky #halloween #ghoststories #creepy #scary #bourbon #applecider
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Pretzels are yummy, fun to eat, and even more fun to look at! What other object in the world is shaped like that? And how did the shape come to be? We asked historian Dr. Ashley Rose Young from the Smithsonian to help us find the answer. Got a question that's twisting your brain? Send it to us at BrainsOn.org/contact, and we won't be salty about it.
This week Peter interviews a pretzel historian and the creater of the PSL. Interview Hour is a completely improvised podcast, created and preformed by Lauren Morrell and Peter Narby. Follow us: Instagram Reach out to us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome back to the show! Today we do something totally different. We bake some soft pretzels! I wanted to share my love for soft pretzels with you guys, so follow along, bake with me or just enjoy watching me navigate the kitchen. What you'll need : A mixing bowl whisk medium sauce pan cookie sheet parchment paper Ingredients: 1 1/2 cup warm water 1TBSP salt 1 TBSP sugar rapid rise yeast 4 1/2 cups flour 2 TBSP oil 2/3 cup baking soda Instagram: @TheJesusShowNTO Twitter: @JesusShowNTO Facebook: The Jesus Show not that one TikTok: @thejesusshownotthatone YouTube: The Jesus Show not that one Email: TheJesusShowNTO@gmail.com
About the Show: In this podcast episode, we sit down with Chef Jennifer Hill Booker, Co-Owner of the Bauhaus Biergarten in Downtown Springdale. Chef Jennifer shared her origin story from birth in Ann Arbor to living in NYC and ending up in Tulsa, OK, with her parents. From an early age, Chef Jennifer was encouraged to cook and experiment in the kitchen. She grew up watching Julia Child and finding comfort and a home in the kitchen creating good food. Several years later, while her husband was stationed in Germany, Chef Jennifer attended Le Cordone Bleu, where she honed her culinary skills. If her name sounds familiar, that is because Chef Jennifer was initially invited to Northwest Arkansas by the Roots Festival team to showcase her culinary skills. We also ran into Chef Jennifer at the Cureate program in Northwest Arkansas. Cureate works with Food Entrepreneurs looking to expand their brand and learn and fine-tune the business side of things. https://iamnorthwestarkansas.com/captivate-podcast/conversation-with-kim-bryden-from-cureate-2/ (You can learn more about Cureate on episode 150 of the podcast when we sat down with Cureate founder Kim Bryden.) The https://bauhausbiergarten.com/ (Bauhaus Biergarten) is the only authentic Beer Garden in Northwest Arkansas. The Biergarten will feature some of the best beers from Germany and an assortment of Schnitzels, Wurst, Pretzels, Sauerkraut, and fresh whole grain mustard. They even have a Stein club for those who want their own Beer Stein to use when you visit Bauhaus Biergarten. The address for https://bauhausbiergarten.com/ (Bauhaus Biergarten) is 326 Holcomb St, Springdale, AR 72764 Also, check out Chef Jennifer's book https://amzn.to/3RsqWpP (Field Peas to Foie Gras: Southern Recipes with a French Accent). All this and so much more are on this episode of the I am Northwest Arkansas podcast. Important Links and Mentions on the Show*: https://bauhausbiergarten.com/ (Bauhaus Biergarten Website) https://www.instagram.com/bauhausbiergarten/ (Bauhaus Biergarten Instagram) https://www.chefjenniferhillbooker.com/ (Chef Jennifer Hill Booker Website) Chef Jennifer Hill Booker Email https://www.facebook.com/chefjenniferbooker (Chef Jennifer Hill Booker Facebook) https://twitter.com/chefjennbooker (Chef Jennifer Hill Booker Twitter) https://www.youtube.com/ChefJenniferBooker (Chef Jennifer Hill Booker YouTube) https://iamnorthwestarkansas.com/arts-culture-entertainment-and-food-its-all-happening-in-downtown-springdale/ (Jill Dabs and Downtown Springdale Podcast) https://iamnorthwestarkansas.com/episode-6-daniel-hintz-from-fayetteville-to-bentonville-and-everything-in-between-2/ (Daniel Hintz Podcast Episode) https://www.thejonescenter.net/ (Jones Center) https://www.downtownspringdale.org/ (Downtown Springdale Alliance) https://www.nwaonline.com/news/2021/aug/06/lets-eat-persephone-on-wheels-couple-opens-pizza/ (Pizzeria Ruby and Chef Michael Robert Shaw) This episode is sponsored by*: https://www.signature.bank/ (Signature Bank of Arkansas) - https://www.signature.bank/ (Signature Bank) was founded here in Northwest Arkansas in 2005 and focuses on personal and community banking. When you bank with a community bank, you're investing in local businesses, local entrepreneurs, local charities, and the causes close to home. They have worked hard to earn their tagline, “Community Banking at its Best.” You may ask why bank at Signature? Because they focus on the customer instead of having a branch on every corner, you can have your questions answered by a real person, whether you're reaching out to the call center or your banker's cell phone. You can access any ATM in the country without fear of a fee. They will refund all of those fees at the end of every month. Finally, they are constantly improving their digital offerings to ensure you can access the best financial tools from your...
It is said that East Falls is the better places to live in Philly? That's according to one of the many respondents at the East Falls Farmer's Market in Philly where we continued our series looking at Living in Philadelphia, where we ask city residents what's it like living in Philly? We interviewed many of the vendors and patrons at the event and even got a quick interview from David Dettman, the Manager of the East Falls Farmers' Market. This episode is Part 2 of the series and we also interviewed an operator of a Mexican restaurant in West Mt. Airy/Germantown Philadelphia called Mi Puebla and the stopped at the Men Who Care of Germantown Food Distribution to get a quick word from a patron and to observe the exchanges. The Show is split up in several segments, Notable Segments/Interviews: 1. Preface with The Fancy Crumb at The East Falls Farmers' Market Philly 2. Introduction with Renaldo and Donte A. At The East Falls Farmers' Market, Philly 3. A resident from East Falls Shares the difference between North Carolina and Philadelphia PA. 4. With Sazon-to-go: Sazon-philly: Why is East Falls the better part of Philly? “Its Ecclectic…” 5. Why is East Falls Market the Best Farmers' Market? 6. Meats at East Falls Farmers' Market: GroceriesSpringHollowFarm.square.site 7. Philly Resident Drew talks about Regenerative Farming at East Falls Farmers' Market 8. Philly Resident Jessica talks about her Pretzel shop and how the market brings people together. 9. Everwild Farms and Regenerative Farming 10. She Creates Beauty (SCBH) Owner shares her work www.scbnaturals.com 11. SH Candles owner shares his work – he makes everything himself – www.shcandles.com 12. Bambino Glassware shares his Craft Glasses and more 13. Ali and Kelly, Talk about Sorrentino Fresh Pastas and Provisions and how they motivate their husbands who own the restaurants and create the pastas. @Pasta.sorrentino, www.sorrentinopasta.com. 14. David Dettman The Market Manager talks about the Market and its new layout and how it brings people in several neighborhood people together, with music every other weekend. Visit www.EastFallsfarmersmarket.com Subscribe to the show for free at https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal and donate to us at https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal/support. Contact us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, Telephone us at 267-317-9202. Visit us at The Neoliberal Corporation, https://theneoliberal.com or https://renaldocmckenzie.com The Neoliberal Corporation, "Serving the world today to solve tomorrow's challenges," so as to "make popular what was the monopoly!" The Show is Co-produced by Donte Nelson, Creator and Host is Rev. Renaldo C. McKenzie, author of Neoliberalism, Globalization, Income Inequality, Poverty and Resistance, doctoral candidate at Georgetown University and graduate at University of Pennsylvania. Renaldo is an Academic and currently working on his second and third book which will be out shortly. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at #RenaldoMcKenzie , #RenaldocMckenzie, or #TheNeoliberalco, #Theneoliberalcorporation, #theneoliberal --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theneoliberal/support
In der heutigen Folge hört ihr, wie Lea und Verena die Work-Wiesn-Balance gefunden haben und welche Begegnungen sie besonders inspiriert haben. Bevor Lea wieder zum Oktoberfest zurückkehrt, sprechen die beiden mit Ex-Xing-CEO Thomas Vollmoeller über Aufsichtsräte, Beiräte, Verwaltungsräte oder kurz - Boards. Wie zugänglich sind sie und welche Aufgaben haben sie? Warum ist die Zusammensetzung der Boards bereits die halbe Miete? Und warum ist es ebenso wichtig zu wissen, wann Schluss ist? Außerdem erfährt Lea am eigenen Leib “The Power of Networking” und wie man mit selbstgebackenem Bananenbrot überzeugt. Zum Schluss wagen die beiden einen Blick nach vorn: Verena hat nicht nur endlich ihren Bücherstapel abgearbeitet und sprudelt fast über vor neuen Ideen, sondern wirft zusätzlich mit Lea einen Blick auf neue Arbeitsmodelle und die Frage, woran es liegt, dass neue Ansätze in der Arbeitswelt zu wenig nahrhaften Boden finden. 00:01:04 Im “Catchup” sprechen Lea und Verena über die Bits & Pretzels, die Wiesn und das Potenzial der Gen Z. 00:09:39 Im “Deep Dive” geht es um Boards, deren Aufgaben und Verantwortungen. 00:38:09 Bei “Was habe ich gelernt” erzählt Verena von der Jurysitzung des Deutschen Wirtschaftsbuchpreises. 00:43:02 Bei “Meine Frage an” sprechen die beiden über Chancen und Schwierigkeiten von Jobsharing und anderen Arbeitsmodellen. 00:48:10 Und das letzte Wort hat heute Verena.
In response to an unimaginable win against the Kansas City Chiefs, the episode applauds the Colts victory and likens it to Pretzel Day. [EDIT: In the first publication of the episode, some segments were repeating. Hopefully, the problem is fixed now.] --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bluenotes/message
We're wrapping up September with a fun episode with great things to see and do throughout Elkhart County in October! First, we catch up with the Elkhart Parks & Recreation Department to hear about their jam-packed October of events ... the Hispanic Heritage Fest, Trunk or Treat, Pinewood Not So Haunted Walk and a fun cult-classic drive-in movie at Ideal Beach. Then learn more about a fun partnership between Hall of Heroes Superhero Museum and Wellfield Botanic Gardens with their new Garden of Villains events happening mid-October. You'll see all your favorites, including Groot, Poison Ivy, Joker, Catwoman, Harley Quinn plus there is a special photo booth featuring the Ghost Rider bike. And we wrap up this episode with The Mill's Market Under the Lights, a dreamy evening market event, complete with live music from Lexi Adams and Three North, as well as food from The Kings BBQ, Vanilla Bean Creamery, Guilt Free Protein Donuts, Ben's Pretzels, and Cardinal Coffee plus 30 of The Mill's favorite market vendors will be joining this event!
Hans discovers there is no Latin word for Pretzel and proceeds to blame Jimmy Carter for an attempt on Ronald Reagan's life. Steve wants to ride the Oktoberfest Toboggan. Recipes include Homemade Soft Pretzels and a Salty Dog.
Website - Tumblr - Twitter We are back with tDiE Commentaries for Shadowhunters Season 2b! Join us as we finish Season 2 of Shadowhunters and talk all over Episode 20: Beside Still Water Join us, as we #EnjoyShadowhunters -- As mentioned in the episode: Pretzels and Beer is a line from Sondheim's 'I'm Still Here'
In this episode, we have the honor to have a conversation with the co-founder of Stellar Snacks a 30-year company that manufactures, distributes, and sells Pretzels. Stellar is so special because it is a Mother-Daughter duo that runs the organization where they have secured clients in the airline industry to provide special pretzels, retail outlets near you, and making sure all the pretzels are Vegan and GMO-Free!Tune in to hear how they have built a successful brand and Gina's advice on how you can too!I love you,Colleen WebsiteFacebookInstagramStellar Snacks WebsiteStellar Snacks Instagram
Not only is it the month of September but also this guest's name is September. (And get this, she isn't the only September, I know (; )Baby Week is coming to a close, and I'm so thrilled to finish it off with today's episode. September is one of my dearest friends, and while I was going through my NICU experience with Beau, she was going through her own, with her son.I can't wait for you to hear this episode and be as inspired from her as I was after we finished this recording!****Instagram's: @munchandminglepodcastSeptember's: @septembermorford
Currah and Joe Pritchard of Rouge, White and Blue preview Week 16 of the CFL season. 4:55 - Ticats @ Als 14:24 - Argos @ RedBlacks 26:59 - Stamps @ Lions 2 and Out is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network: Locally grown. Community supported.
Just in time for Oktoberfest we talk PRETZELS! Don't get it twisted, we love all types of this carb-tastic snack, but soft pretzels with beer cheese and a mustard sauce hold a special place in our hearts. You too? Then press play and let's salivate together. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mirepoixtastebuds/support
In this episode, Michael Jones and Jordan Cwierz eat and review Wendy's Pretzel Bacon Pub Chicken Sandwich again so you know if it's worth eating. They also talk about Face Jam having the power, the first ever twopeat, the underwhelming release of the greatest sandwich of all time, and that we knew about this and didn't need you to tell us it's back. Sponsored by HelloFresh (http://hellofresh.com/facejam16 and use code facejam16), Honey (http://joinhoney.com/FACEJAM), and 30 Morbid Minutes (Listen to 30 Morbid Minutes wherever you get your podcasts!)
A week by the seaside has Dave finding inspiration at both Wetzel's Pretzels and Nobu Malibu, and thinking about all the shapes the second half of a creative career can take. He catches Chris up on his misadventures, and contemplates Robuchon potatoes, the Santa Monica promenade, hot dogs on tasting menus, spirulina boosts, stroller dogs, vampire rules, knockoff mercenaries, fried rock shrimp, what some restaurants can get away with, the Nobu Goodbye, Peruvian sushi, storing your knife rolls, LCD Soundsystem, and attempting the impossible. Hosts: Dave Chang and Chris Ying Producer: Sasha Ashall Additional Production: Jordan Bass and Lala Rasor Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices