When should we accept criticism? How can we best utilize criticism to perform at our best? Discover tips for accepting criticism and start being the best you can be. Subscribe to ESP's YouTube Channel!Please say hi to Danny on Twitter to get ESP updates and more. Check out Danny's webpage for ESP info & additional tools to help you live better. Thanks for listening!
Our mission here at Ditch the Quick Fix is to shed light on viable options that will help you make better decisions on your health.One such option is Ultraviolet Light Irradiation Therapy, commonly known as UBI Therapy.And to better understand it, I am joined by the leading UBI expert, Tom Lowe, to discuss what this therapy is all about and how it can be used by practitioners at their clinics and also ordinary people.Tom has spent the last decade researching and revamping the UBI therapy to make it easier and quicker to use.In fact, he has recently published a book, The Invisible Cure: The Resurgence of Ultraviolet Light Irradiation, to help people understand this cheap but incredibly powerful therapy.UBI therapy has been around for close to 100 years. Individuals with autoimmune diseases and chronic infections have positive responses to this therapy.So, how does this therapy work?Tune in, and let's learn how we can integrate this valuable therapy into our health options!Key Takeaways- Tom's journey (02:03)- The history behind UBI (04:25)- The healing power of UBI therapy (11:23)- How UBI therapy works (14:51)- The invisible cure book (16:56)- UV light germicidal properties (18:36)- UBI therapy on mental disorders (25:11)Additional ResourcesGet Tom's book and learn more about UBI Therapy here-----ditchthequickfix.com/Do you want to improve your physical health? Learn More Here---------You can find the podcast on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts.If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!
Emotions can feel like something that happens to us, something beyond our control…Discover tips for taking control of your emotions and start living intentionally. Subscribe to ESP's YouTube Channel!Please say hi to Danny on Twitter to get ESP updates and more. Check out Danny's webpage for ESP info & additional tools to help you live better. Thanks for listening!
The problems with the Chiefs defense are obvious through one month so we discuss whether there is any reason for optimism that there's a correction coming. Also: - JODY FORTSZN - Chargers-Raiders showdown tonight - Could Josh Gordon see the field sooner than expected? - Are we sold on Clyde and the improved run game? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Learn how to get comfortable with discomfort and discover what you are capable of. Subscribe to ESP's YouTube Channel!Please say hi to Danny on Twitter to get ESP updates and more. Check out Danny's webpage for ESP info & additional tools to help you live better. Thanks for listening!
Alice Paige, Aaron Wolfe and Adriane Jankovic share stories about unlikely dominatrixes, unsuccessful peacekeepers, and a Mr. Right who wasn't. Support RISK! on Patreon at Patreon.com/RISK Make a one-time donation to RISK! at PayPal.me/RISKshow Get tickets to RISK! live shows at RISK-show.com/tour Get the RISK! book at TheRISKBook.com Take storytelling classes at TheStoryStudio.org Hire Kevin Allison to make a personalized video at Cameo.com/TheKevinAllison Hire Kevin Allison as a coach at KevinAllison.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to today's episode of Ditch the Quick Fix podcast. As you may have noticed with the 6 previous episodes, we are committed to finding and bringing on the leading experts in different fields in our quest to expose you to good health information. Today is no different…I have the leading expert on Ozone therapy, Micah Lowe, to help us understand what Ozone is all about. They call him the Ozonaut, and once you listen to this episode, you'll understand why. We talk about:- What is Ozone therapy- How does it work- Is it safe?- Who uses Ozone- How doctors utilize Ozone in their officesBut that's not all. Micah is the producer of this podcast and also my son-in-law. He takes us through why he thought of starting the podcast and the plans he has going forwards.Whether you are an individual interested in learning more about ozone therapy, or a medical practitioner seeking better outcomes for your patients, you are in the right place. Tune in and learn how ozone therapy works and its potential health benefits!Key TakeawaysWhy Micah started the Ditch the Quick Fix podcast (01:04)Utilizing real integrative medicine in a broad scope (05:47)The 80-10-10 principle (08:12)The broad range of applications of Ozone (14:50)How medical doctors using ozone therapy in their offices (20:08)Why you shouldn't ever breathe Ozone (22:42)Oxidative stress: How Ozone works (24:16)Home uses of ozone therapy (27:10)Additional Resources:Learn more about Ozone therapy here: https://www.drsozone.com/Download the FREE Definitive Guide to Getting Started with Ozone Therapy - Click here!--------ditchthequickfix.com/Do you want to improve your physical health? Learn More Here---------You can find the podcast on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts.If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!
We find charismatic people inspiring and magnetic. When you are charismatic, people are more likely to listen to you and take notice. Discover how to be more charismatic and influential in this Quick Fix. Subscribe to ESP's YouTube Channel!Please say hi to Danny on Twitter to get ESP updates and more. Check out Danny's webpage for ESP info & additional tools to help you live better. Thanks for listening!
Vover Soccer Insider, Laurence Scott says Man City's need for a striker like Chelsea and Manchester United recently secured for their clubs is a challenge with no quick fix. Watching Erling Haaland scoring improbable goals in Bundesliga and projecting his potential future with City is inevitable when thinking of the plans Pep can make for down the line. Meanwhile, other clubs competing in Champions League like Real Madrid are finding ways to forge a new identity in a rather expedited manner.Host: Laurence ScottVoice your thoughts on this episode by downloading the Vover app here!
SHOW NOTES: For renters, heat is a big expense you might feel you can't change. We'll share tips to save money heating your apartment that won't require any major changes and make you a lot more comfortable. Do have a deck with cracked or splintery boards that needs a refresh? We share tips on the easiest way to repair deck boards and re-stain the deck for the season ahead. Is your driveway worn, chipped or suffering from nasty oil stains? We've got a sure-fire solution to clean up driveway stains for good and restore the surface. We've all watched the horrible fires that have consumed the west. As more homes are built in wildfire-prone areas, consumers are selecting building materials differently, including insulation. We highlight the new trend and the more fire-resistant products that should be considered. Plus, answers to your home improvement questions. Joe from NY is having an excessive dust problem and wants to know if it is caused by his heating system. Angela from Georgia wanted to know if it's possible to paint over a vinyl floor in his kitchen. Richard from California wants to know if he can repair water damaged drywall. Linda from Rhode Island is having a hard time adding a flagpole to her home. Brian needs help dealing with yellow jackets being attached to cat food he puts out. Sam from Indiana has cedar fencing he is about to plant and wants to know if he should stain the fence to prevent rot. Laura from South Dakota needs help with a leaky basement caused by heavy rain. Do you have a home improvement or decor question? Call the show 24/7 at 888-MONEY-PIT (888-666-3974) or post your question here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Welcome to another episode of Ditch the Quick Fix podcast!In today's conversation, I am honored to host and talk to Dr. Thomas Levy, MD. He is a board-certified cardiologist and a bar-certified attorney.He practiced adult cardiology for more than 15 years and then began to research the enormous toxicity associated with much of dental work and also the pronounced impact of properly administered vitamin C to neutralize this toxicity.In addition, he is a prolific writer, having written 13 groundbreaking medical books. His latest book, Rapid Virus Recovery, highlights the natural treatment for all viral infections, especially those contracted through the respiratory route.Dr. Levy will also highlight the impact of periodontal disease on heart health and cancer.Join us in this conversation as we learn from Dr. Levy about some natural and inexpensive opportunities to improve our health.Key Takeaways- The cheapest, most accessible therapy for viral infections (01:48)- Good viral therapies that don't require a prescription (08:31)- Don't fear; you have good choices available to you (13:45)- The many benefits of hydrogen peroxide (14:35)- The only thing that causes disease (15:31)- Why healthy mouth and teeth are vital to overall health (21:37)- Your health care is directly dependent on your initiative (31:51)Additional Resources:Get in Touch with Dr. Thomas Levy here:https://www.peakenergy.com/--------Get Rapid Virus Recovery: No Need To Live In Fear Ebook For Free: https://rvr.medfoxpub.com/---------ditchthequickfix.com/Do you want to improve your physical health? Learn More Here---------You can find the podcast on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts.If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!
We communicate using far more than just words—our actions, gestures, posture, and more say something, mean something. Our body language also influences our mental state, our attitude. Learn how to think differently about body language to influence your own attitude and communicate what you want to the world. Subscribe to ESP's YouTube Channel!Please say hi to Danny on Twitter to get ESP updates and more. Check out Danny's webpage for ESP info & additional tools to help you live better. Thanks for listening!
Im MTMT Podcast #139 sprechen Basti & Kuis über Rehatraining. Wir werden oft gefragt, was man bei welcher Verletzung oder Symptomatik am besten machen sollte - Übungen, Trainingspläne, Interventionen, zum Physio oder Arzt...was hilft am besten? Quick-Fixes, die beste Übung für Schulter, Hüfte & den unteren Rücken...in dieser & den nächsten zwei Folgen haben wir versucht, einige dieser Fragen zu beantworten und euch generell unsere Herangehensweise an Rehatraining, Training nach Verletzungen oder bei täglichen "Aches & Pains" zu zeigen. Hört rein! ► Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mtmtgym ► (08:00) Wie wurde Basti zum Reha-Basti? ► (10:00) Selbstwirksamkeit & Setting ► (17:45) Unsere eigenen Verletzungen ► (24:10) “Wer heilt, hat recht.” ► (27:00) Es gibt kein Quick-Fix & keine beste Übung! ► (30:40) Was ist das dreckige Geheimnis der Reha? ► (41:10) Sind generische Pläne sinnvoll? ► (01:04:35) Wir brauchen bessere Fragen! ► (01:06:05) Bio-psycho-soziales Modell ► (01:09:00) Auf welches Modell beruht sich Kuis als Coach? ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mtmt.gym ► Online Coaching, Apparel und Personal Training: https://www.mtmt.life/store ► Wenn Ihr Fragen oder Anregungen habt, kontaktiert uns auf unseren Social Media Kanälen oder schreibt uns unter email@example.com !! MTMT Gym ist ein Team von Coaches aus München. Seit 10 Jahren begleiten wir ALLE Arten von Menschen auf ihrem persönlichen Weg. In unserer täglichen Arbeit widmen wir uns den Themen Training, Ernährung, Regeneration und Stress-Management. Wir geben bessere Antworten auf die Fragen der Fitnessbranche, mit dem Ziel Athleten und Coaches NACHHALTIG erfolgreich zu machen. MTMT Content ist (meistens) frei von Dogma, Mythen und Bullshit - REAL, TRUE, UNTERHALTSAM und ANWENDBAR.
Ben Nelson, former Democratic senator from Nebraska, built a reputation from 2000 to 2013 pushing for bipartisanship and bucking his party. He joins Chuck to talk about his new book, “Death of the Senate.”
“Be the change you want to see in the world.” – Gandhi We all want to be influential, to make a difference. Listen to the latest Quick Fix to discover tips for being more influential. Subscribe to ESP's YouTube Channel!Please say hi to Danny on Twitter to get ESP updates and more. Check out Danny's webpage for ESP info & additional tools to help you live better. Thanks for listening!
Tienes que escuchar este episodio porque Mazda tiene sorpresas este mes de septiembre, así es que corre toma tu auto, escucha Detrás del Volante con Leslie y acude a los diferentes talleres de Mazda en la República Mexicana. Mazda ofrece servicios sin costo y estética con 50% descuento. Los servicios tendrán que agendarse con una cita y las condiciones están vigentes solo hasta el 30 de septiembre. Platicamos con la nueva Directora de operaciones de Mazda para conocer todo el trabajo que están realizando para apoyar a sus clientes y a todos los usuarios de un auto y es por eso que el mes de septiembre están con promociones importantes, los servicios de estética a la mitad de precio, los servicios de mantenimiento sin costo y reparaciones Quick Fix gratuitas para todos las marcas. Si eres cliente de Mazda podrás solicitar servicios de mantenimiento sin costo, siempre y cuando su auto cumpla rangos de 10 mil kilómetros o se encuentre en el límite de +/- 2,500 km. El servicio de Quick Fix deberá agendarse bajo previa cita en alguno de los siguientes Mazda Collision Center y no lo olviden está sujeto a disponibilidad:· Mazda Churubusco· Mazda Collision Center RAL· Mazda Collision Center Huixquilucan· Mazda Collision Center Picacho· Mazda Collision Center Zapata· Mazda Collision Center Ciudad del Carmen· Mazda Collision Center Colima· Mazda Collision Center Las Torres· Mazda Collision Center Zapata Querétaro· Mazda Collision Center GuadalajaraRevisen la página de la marca para checar todas las restricciones y no olvides llegar al final del episodio ya que también platicamos del precio de los autos, de refacciones y de todo lo que está haciendo la marca para permanecer cerca de sus clientes.
Join Seriously Political's co-host Nathaniel as he discusses Joe Biden and Guns! Our important links can be found here: https://linktr.ee/SeriouslyPolitical. Thank you to bensound for the music you hear! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/seriously-political/support
Accountability and personal responsibility are essential to live your own life. Discover what you can do to be more accountable. Take control and live your own life. Subscribe to ESP's YouTube Channel!Please say hi to Danny on Twitter to get ESP updates and more. Check out Danny's webpage for ESP info & additional tools to help you live better. Thanks for listening!
An Alameda County Superior Court judge striking down the measure is a win for Uber and Lyft drivers and others, but reporter Carolyn Said tells host Cecilia Lei that there are more legal battles ahead before companies must classify them as employees. | Unlimited Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
When we are angry, it is hard to think clearly and make good decisions. Ask yourself: When has anger made things better? Discover tips for reducing anger in this Quick Fix. Subscribe to ESP's YouTube Channel!Please say hi to Danny on Twitter to get ESP updates and more. Check out Danny's webpage for ESP info & additional tools to help you live better. Thanks for listening!
It is easy to get distracted, to lose focus. When we are distracted, we underperform, get thrown off course, and struggle to live the life we want. Danny and Randy explore tips for staying focused. Discover how to regain and maintain focus to live a better life, the life you want. Subscribe to ESP's YouTube Channel!Please say hi to Danny on Twitter to get ESP updates and more. Check out Danny's webpage for ESP updates/info & additional tools to help you live better. Thanks for listening!
The mining industry doesn't always have a reputation for being an early adopter of leading-edge technology. But innovations will be increasingly important to offset cost inflation and improve mining efficiency and safety in the future, as new mines will generally be increasingly lower grade and higher cost. Ore sorting is one technology that is likely to make a meaningful impact on the mining industry. Pre-concentration can eliminate low grade or otherwise uneconomic material before the expensive and energy-intensive downstream processes. Metals & Mining analyst Jackie Przybylowski is joined by Anthea Bath, chief operating officer at Ero Copper, and Marie-Claude Halle, CEO and principal consultant at Unearthed Consulting Inc., to discuss the opportunities and risks of ore sorting technology. BMO clients can view our IN Front report, “Ore Sorting: Not a Quick Fix, but a Long-Term Solution”, by visiting: https://researchglobal0.bmocapitalmarkets.com/research/c3b805f4-968f-4b7c-b88c-16459ac4da58/ Episode transcript: https://research-ca.bmocapitalmarkets.com/documents/F67EB2AA-18A1-4D5E-A69F-F3B66A8CFB8D.PDF To access our full disclosures, please visit: https://researchglobal0.bmocapitalmarkets.com/public-disclosure/
We all want to enjoy life. In this Quick Fix, Danny and Randy explore tips for enjoying life. Discover practical things you can do to start enjoying your life and living the life you want. Watch and Subscribe to ESP's YouTube Channel!
Many of us experience distress, anxiety, a sense of dread. What is the best way to deal with anxiety? How can we identify and address the causes of anxiety in our lives? Discover what you can do to address anxiety and learn how to deal with it in a healthy way.
In today's episode, we are diving deep into how to combat the “quick fix” mentality. It's so easy in today's society that we want instant gratification but you guys, this is not the way to go with your weight loss journey. I am sharing exactly how to fix this and overcome this. Times to Check Out: (3:37) Should you track your macros? (7:02) Just because it's what you know, doesn't mean you should do it (7:55) Here is why you won't have lasting success (9:00) Doing the unknown is scary (11:33) Protein every few hours is needed! (14:25) There is something out there besides dieting Connect with Caitlen: Macro Cheat Sheet = FREE Weight Loss & Restore Your Metabolism Training: bit.ly/IGMasterclassCSF The Peaches App Membership [Must sign up via the website before downloading the app] www.bit.ly/thepeachesapp The Beautiful Peach Mastermind: http://bit.ly/CSFMastermind Macro & Metabolism Calculator: https://caitlen-schmidt.mykajabi.com/macro-calculator-podcast Macros & Motivation Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/macrosandmotivation/ Food Scale I love: https://amzn.to/3bESgzS Caitlen's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cschmidt.fit/ 1St Phorm free shipping [Opt-Health Stack]: https://1stphorm.com/products/opti-health-stack/?a_aid=cschmidt TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMJ5uU19L/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cschmidt_fit
Get up. Work my butt off. Go to bed. Repeat... I recently calculated I've done that more than 11 THOUSAND days since I joined this industry. But it wasn't until I'd done it about 8,500 times that I gained any real notoriety. I hope my point is clear... whenever you think someone is an “overnight success,” they've likely put in thousands of hours – or days, even – to get where they are. Stop looking for the quick fix and do the work.
Many people fear change. Change can be difficult, confusing, and uncomfortable. Change can disrupt our lives or prevent us from living the life we want. Change is a part of life. Discover what you can do to deal with life's changes.
Finding inner peace is essential to live a good life. It suggests a certain level of comfort with oneself and a deep self-knowledge. Quiet the noise, find a way past the distractions, and explore the benefits of inner peace.
In this episode, I'm joined by Angie Manson, CEO and Co-Founder of Elevate Addiction Services, host of the Elevate Experience podcast, and owner of CrossFit EAS. She was recently awarded with a Conquer Addictions Excellence in Treatment Award: GOLD (Top 5% in US based on outcomes of rehab centers that do outcomes).She achieves such outstanding results with her clients by taking a very different approach than most in her industry and working to rewrite the rules of success for addiction treatment by eliminating the disease or victim-driven mentality that runs rampant within the industry. Her methods that she has instituted are changing the game and challenging the status quo in a major way. Her approach is not just for those struggling with addiction, but is universally applicable for anyone trying to change their life for the better. Tune in as we peel back the curtain on what really drives long-term change and how to combat the false narratives pushed by big pharma, modern medicine, and the quick-fix society that we are a part of today. What You'll LearnAngie's improbably success story Why the principles that work for addiction recovery work for everyoneHow Angie successfully treats every client without using any medicationWhy many traditional treatment methods don't work long-term How what works for treating addiction and improving your life is essentially the sameHow Angie has used CrossFit to skyrocket the success rate of her clients The most powerful force on earth that dictates how you think, act, and liveHow Angie and her husband find balance in running their business togetherHow comfort actually leads to more unhappiness than anything else Connect With AngieAngie' WebsiteElevate Experience PodcastFind Angie on InstagramGet More Involved In The Not Most People CommunityLeave A Review On iTunesStay Up To Date By Joining The Not Most People InsidersJoin The Not Most People Facebook Community Follow Not Most People On InstagramConnect With BradleyInstagramSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/notmostpeople)
Crave: Recipes Arranged by Flavour, to Suit Your Mood and AppetiteBy Ed Smith Intro: Welcome to the number one cookbook podcast, Cookery by the Book with Suzy Chase. She's just a home cook in New York City, sitting at her dining room table, talking to cookbook authors.Ed Smith: Hello, I'm Ed Smith. I am a cook and a food writer, and this is my third cookbook. It's called Crave: Recipes Arranged by Flavour to Suit Your Mood and Appetite.Suzy Chase: You dedicated this cookbook to anyone who is currently thinking about their next meal, but can't decide in which direction to turn. Most of us ponder what we're going to eat next by what's in our fridge or pantry, but you've realized the ingredients are the building blocks, not the answer. I'd love for you to share your philosophy around our next meal.Ed Smith: Crave is organized by six flavor profiles, which we can go into in a minute, but I think I did that because I do spend all of my time thinking about what I'm going to eat next. I think when you do that, if you are a hungry person, your mind can get flooded with ideas, with inspiration from over the internet, things you read, things you see on TV. It's just really easy, I think, to get in a muddle and also what I call menu paralysis, that you just don't know what to cook next. You end up cooking the same five or six things over and over and over again.Ed Smith: I just realized that whilst I do often base my food on the ingredients that I see in front of me that are in peak in the season at that time, or walk into a butcher's or a green grocers, where I live in London, there's loads of really inspiring places, actually, the times that I'm most successful in what I decide to cook, actually it's because I've cooked something that suited the flavor that I was craving at the time. Does that make sense?Suzy Chase: Totally, totally.Ed Smith: It may make more sense if I tell what the six different flavors are.Suzy Chase: Yes, would you do that?Ed Smith: All right. I felt that they were fresh and fragrant, tart and sour, chili and heat, spiced and curried, rich and savory, and cheesy and creamy.Suzy Chase: Somewhere I think I read or I heard you say that you crave the fresh and fragrant profile most. Talk to me about that one.Ed Smith: About the craving in particular or my craving for it? I think-Suzy Chase: Well, describe the profile first and then what's appealing, because I think I'm a rich and savory and a cheesy and creamy gal.Ed Smith: Fresh and fragrant is green verdant things, so leaves, things that crunch, that are cooling. It's fresh cheeses, ricotta and feta, it's vegetables that are crunchy. It's things that often don't take much cooking to get to the plate, salads and assemblies and platters and stuff that made you feel good when you eat it. It's often not really taking the ingredients much beyond their raw state, because I think that's the freshness, isn't it? Herbs used in abundance, not just as a little garnishes, herbs like a salad leaf, citrus, all that sort of stuff. I want those things when I want to feel good, I want to feel light, I want to feel happy. I might already be feeling happy or I might be in a grump, but I just know that a fresh and fragrant meal is going to pull me out of it.Ed Smith: In the cookbook, some things are literal salads, there's just a ham hock, tarragon, radish and asparagus salad, but also slow-cooked courgettes but with fresh cheese and run through loads of white beans with loads of oil and some fresh herbs. Just nice things, and I think that I do crave that a lot because it covers so much of what I've said, it's whether it is already hot and I'm feeling happy, or whether I'm feeling in a grump and I want to feel lighter and happier.Suzy Chase: Yeah. You talked about in the book how it's important to eat food that feels appropriate to what's going on outside.Ed Smith: Yeah. I think maybe the genesis for this book, or at least one of the things that started me thinking about, is that I'd written a seasonal cookbook and there are lots of seasonal cookbooks and they're all great and I do think that we often can eat really well if we concentrate on the food that's at its peak at the certain time of the year and be inspired by that, but I also think that seasonal cooking means cooking according to the season and what you feel like cooking, which goes to that point about fresh and fragrant and things being assemblies and salads. If it's really hot, you don't want to spend all your time in the kitchen, slaving over a hot stove. You want to just cut a few things up and sit around the table.Ed Smith: That's sort of started and then I realized that, and certainly in the UK, the seasons are really mixed actually. We're so used to talking about four seasons, but right now I'm sitting here is the end of June, and normally that's when Wimbledon's about to start, it might be some years that it's a bit wet, but it is warm and strawberries are coming through and all these lovely things and you're really starting to think that summer's here. But having had a mini heat wave for a week, we're suddenly in literally autumn, autumnal weather, and the things I've been craving today and the things that I want to eat right now are not summery things. They're bean stews and various meats and vegetable gratins and stuff, and that is not what you'd see in the summer section of a seasonal cookbook. That got me thinking that weather is perhaps more important than season, in terms of what you crave, everything flows from there.Suzy Chase: At the end of two of the flavor profiles, you have a page called A Quick Fix, which is so brilliant. Can you talk a little bit about that?Ed Smith: I think, off of my head, are rich and savory and cheesy and creamy. I think that I had the little Quick Fix section at the end, because I guess maybe that started with the cheesy and creamy section as I was writing that, because ultimately for me the best way to get fixed if you're craving cheese is to have a piece of really good cheese and you can't write a recipe for that. I think I started with that and then just simply grilled cheese. How better can you get a fix for things like that? They're just little ideas that everyone knows about already, but sometimes if you're reading a cookbook, there are lots of things you already know, but sometimes you want to have your memory jogged.Ed Smith: That was kind of the same with the savory section. Some things that hit the spot very quickly with the savory might be anchovies on toast with lots of butter or a really good cup of miso soup made with an instant dashi and a blob of miso. It's sometimes useful in a cookbook, I think, to state the obvious, because not everything has to be new. Fortunately, people buy cookbooks to read them as well as put on their coffee table, and it's good to have your memory jogged and to feel like you're on the right track as well.Suzy Chase: There are recipes in this cookbook that I've never seen before, like scrag and root and miso broth, and pork belly butter beans and deli olives, and your linguine with lemon and sriracha. Talk a little bit about your process for developing a recipe.Ed Smith: I don't think there's many things that are in cookbooks or that anyone cooks that someone hasn't cooked before, so I wouldn't say that I've done something for the first time. In my cookbook and the way that I write recipes for magazines and my cookbooks and everything else that goes in between is that I am a good curator of recipes and ideas and traditions and cuisines and flavors, so that for cookbooks, I make, I hope, a useful resource that isn't pretending to only give you stuff you've never had before been. Bun cha, a Vietnamese salad with pork patties, my thing is that it's definitely my recipe for that patty, but I'm not laying claimed to bun cha, that's Vietnam. But there are some things in there, which I think are my ideas, and I guess that pork belly is a slow braised pork belly with just some white beans, really not difficult, loads of people have done it before, and then the twist is for marinaded olives. I think if you just chop that up, you make yourself a quick and easy sauce over the top. That's all that is, it's just a simple dish.Ed Smith: The sriracha spaghetti with lemon is really pretty similar to, I'm going to say this wrong, aglio e olio, an Italian pasta dish with just olive oil, garlic that's very, very gently cooked down into it and some chili flakes, but I just added quite a large squirt of sriracha, which is Southeast Asian chili sauce. People love sriracha, people love noodle dishes, as in spaghetti, good squeeze of lemon. Then I added a pangrattato on the top, which is normally a breadcrumb thing that's fried with garlic and other stuff. But again, if you add chili flakes and sriracha to that, then suddenly you've got a tangy, chili, hot thing that's just going to suit your chili and heat craving.Suzy Chase: You're a bit of a recipe maestro.Ed Smith: You think?Suzy Chase: I would never think of putting sriracha in linguini.Ed Smith: Thank you. I think there's a rich history of cultures making very, very simple but delicious dishes with either a spaghetti or an Italian style pasta or noodles from China, Japan and elsewhere. Nigella, she does a Marmite pasta, I think, and that's kind of like a twist on Chinese sesame noodle situation. It's kind of the savory coating gloss, a very, very simple thing and adding a bit of Marmite. I think in my mind, I had the sriracha as a similar condiment, that it makes a very quick, easy thing.Suzy Chase: Speaking of Nigella, you talk about the word crave, which is usually associated with sweet and fatty decadence. I had her on the podcast a few episodes ago and she was talking about her distaste for the term guilty pleasure. In her latest cookbook, she has a whole chapter called pleasures because she says the term guilty pleasures warps your sense of what you're seeking in food. Then there's comfort eating, which is a whole other episode. But you mentioned that the research suggests that many crave healthy rather than guilty food when they need comfort.Ed Smith: One of the subject areas that's got a huge amount of stuff written about it is comfort food. That is something that I think has two connotations that I write about often, is the idea that people seek comfort in a tub of ice cream, that's that classic movie thing, isn't it? You break up with your partner and you just sink into the sofa with a tub of ice cream. Also, comfort food tends to be written about in the UK and US press as roast chicken or chicken soup, things that are wholesome and savory. In fact, both of those things, the seeking solace in ice cream or seeking solace in savory things, it's just a tiny fraction of what people really want as comfort.Ed Smith: Quite often, more often than you'd think people that are either feeling like they are hungry or they're unhappy or they're ill or they are in a bad mood, many, many people realize that the thing that is going to get them out of that slump is not a guilty pleasure. Something that's fresh, something that makes you feel good and makes you feel happy and that makes you bounce out of that slump. Comfort food is different things to different people, quite frequently, this different thing, it takes you back to your happy place. Often, for many, not everyone, that's your childhood and obviously people's heritages. We have reduced comfort food in media to a tiny fraction of what it really is.Suzy Chase: Yeah, it's so funny because I grew up in Kansas with little or no pasta, and so I never crave pasta and people think I'm crazy.Ed Smith: Do you have a different kind of carb that you attach your cravings to? When you really want something, is it potatoes, is it rice, is it-Suzy Chase: Yeah, I think it would be potato.Ed Smith: Yeah. Corn?Suzy Chase: Corn, potato and steak.Ed Smith: Right. I mean, that's good. Is that something you go back to when you do want something for comfort?Suzy Chase: Yes.Ed Smith: Home food, home cooked food, food from the childhood.Suzy Chase: What do you go back to in your childhood?Ed Smith: Probably is a roast dinner, which is such a British thing to say, isn't it? Mum cooked everything from scratch. We had a really good upbringing in terms of learning how to cook and to cook nice things. By no means were her meals, or even the best meals, roast dinners, but I think something about a roast chicken with all the veg on a cold wet Sunday, that does sort of bring things back.Suzy Chase: For lunch, I made your recipe for chopped kale, dill and chick pea salad with smoked trout, on page 32. Can you describe this dish?Ed Smith: That's in the fresh and fragrant section. The fragrance comes from lots and lots and lots of dill, a little bit of citrus. The freshness comes from both the taste and also the cold, chilled texture of cucumber in that dish is dressed with yogurt and dill, lots of chopped salad that's been chopped and salted, and a bit of citrus so that it breaks down the kale. There are chickpeas in there that are just cooked and there are chickpeas in there that have been baked, so they're crispy. There's loads of textures going on. Then it's finished with some flaked smoked trout. That all comes together with the freshness of the kale, the cucumbers, the yogurt dressing, dill, smoked fish, just to make it interesting,Suzy Chase: It was a lovely summer lunch, and yes, I love trout so much.Ed Smith: It's lovely, isn't it? I think it's really good. I think that is a good lunch dish and one that isn't wildly difficult to put together, hopefully the ingredients are pretty accessible. If you did have a craving for fresh and fragrant at 9:00 in the morning and either you had most of those ingredients in the fridge or store cupboard or you could pop out to the shop and get it, then you could hopefully satisfy that craving pretty quickly.Suzy Chase: Now to my segment called Last Night's Dinner, where I ask you what you had last night for dinner.Ed Smith: Do you know what? I feel both happy and a little bit cringingly embarrassed to say that I genuinely had the sriracha and lemon spaghetti last night. I had just driven for about five hours back from a different part of the country, dropped my wife off in the middle of London who went to a work event and then drove my son a little bit further, unpacked the car, did all these things. Suddenly, it was 9:30 at night and obviously we hadn't got any food at home except, as always, bagged spaghetti, some garlic, some old bread, some sriracha. It hit the spot absolutely because I was tired and I was ready for some pasta, but more importantly, I think probably having been driving for five hours in the rain, pretty ready to have a little bit more excitement in my day, it was just what I needed.Suzy Chase: I'm excited because I'm making it tomorrow night.Ed Smith: Are you? Oh great.Suzy Chase: I have clams that I need to make and I think they're alive in my fridge so I need to make them tonight, but tomorrow I'm making that linguine and I can't wait.Ed Smith: I really hope you like it. My dad actually called me the weekend to say that he'd made it, he rarely cooks. He said he thought I'd put too much the chili sauce in, but I reminded him that the tablespoon was a genuine measurement, not just the biggest spoon you can find in the kitchen for that. Also, I suspect that he might well have a different tolerance to heat than me. Hopefully you like it, depending on all those factors.Suzy Chase: Where can we find you on the web and social media?Ed Smith: Rocket & Squash, @rocketandsquash, as in I was going to say the salad leaf, but you call it arugula I think, don't you?Suzy Chase: Yes.Ed Smith: The rocket as in a space rocket, and squash, which is also the name of my blog, rocketandsquash.com, that's me. I write all over the place for lots of magazines and newspapers, but I suppose most active these days on Instagram and a little bit on my blog.Suzy Chase: Well, this has been an enlightening conversation. Thanks so much, Ed, for coming on Cookery by the Book Podcast.Ed Smith: My pleasure, thanks so much for having me.Outro: Follow Cookery by the Book on Instagram, and thanks for listening to the number one cookbook podcast, Cookery by the Book.
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