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Today we're joined by Marti Buckley, an author, cook, and journalist living in San Sebastián, Spain. Her award-winning cookbook is called Basque Country, and her second book, The Pintxo Book, will be out in spring of 2024. Listen to the interview to learn more about Basque Country (the place as well as the gorgeous book). We also discuss life in Spain vs. the United States, the challenges of single parenting abroad, and the effect that tourism has on places. Also: discover why pintxos (pronounced pin-cho) is the best eating format ever invented. Find Marti on Instagram or on Twitter. Order Basque Country here or wherever you buy books. ------------------------------------- ADVERTISE WITH US: Reach expats, future expats, and travelers all over the world. Send us an email to get the conversation started. BECOME A PATRON: Pledge your monthly support of The Bittersweet Life and receive awesome prizes in return for your generosity! Visit our Patreon site to find out more. TIP YOUR PODCASTER: Say thanks with a one-time donation to the podcast hosts you know and love. Click here to send financial support via PayPal. (You can also find a Donate button on the desktop version of our website.) The show needs your support to continue. START PODCASTING: If you are planning to start your own podcast, consider Libsyn for your hosting service! Use this affliliate link to get two months free, or use our promo code SWEET when you sign up. SUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the podcast to make sure you never miss an episode. Click here to find us on a variety of podcast apps. WRITE A REVIEW: Leave us a rating and a written review on iTunes so more listeners can find us. JOIN THE CONVERSATION: If you have a question or a topic you want us to address, send us an email here. You can also connect to us through Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Tag #thebittersweetlife with your expat story for a chance to be featured! NEW TO THE SHOW? Don't be afraid to start with Episode 1: OUTSET BOOK: Want to read Tiffany's book, Midnight in the Piazza? Learn more here or order on Amazon. TOUR ROME: If you're traveling to Rome, don't miss the chance to tour the city with Tiffany as your guide!
The Mindful Healers Podcast with Dr. Jessie Mahoney and Dr. Ni-Cheng Liang
Our brains and bodies are constantly being bathed in neurochemicals and neuromodulators. We can bathe ourselves in cortisol, norepinephrine, and stress hormones, or we can bathe ourselves in dopamine and oxytocin, relaxation and love hormones. We can strategically engage our neurochemistry to help us feel better and enjoy our lives more. We can intentionally create a healthier “neurochemical soup.” How? Yoga, mindfulness, hand-to-heart, self-compassion, gratitude, awe, wonder, nature, wildflowers, the ocean, the woods, and coaching-- they all influence the release of neurochemicals and neuromodulators in a positive way. We can make choices to practice more of these and set ourselves up for success. We can choose to make each day as healthy as possible by being mindful and intentional about our thoughts and actions so we can bathe our cells in a healthier neurochemical soup. We can choose NOT to add more struggle to the struggle. We can choose not to bathe our cells in extra stress. Stress impacts neuromodulator release. Mindfulness releases a different, more flavorful soup. Mindful coaching optimizes the flavor of the soup. And retreats that offer both mindfulness and coaching have an even bigger, synergistic, impact. Kindness and self-compassion release a cascade of healing neurochemistry– dopamine, serotonin, and oxytocin. Shame, blame, and guilt release cascades of stress hormones- norepinephrine, cortisol, and others. Which soup do you want to bathe your cells in? A 1% or 5% shift in the emotions you feel makes a big difference. We can train ourselves to look for good, we can pause, and take in the good in deliberately, with ALL of our senses. This influences the release of neurochemicals and neuromodulators in a positive way. A few practices that can help you try to create a more flavorful soup (all of which we share at our retreats and in Jessie's coaching) Start your day well - hand to heart Mudita- a Sanskrit practice of taking joy in others' joy Smiling Cultivating compassion Presence Loving-kindness practice Nature What's the status of your current neurochemical soup? What are some of "the flavors" you are used to? Are there new flavors or recipes for the soup that you would like to try or change? How might you change something to make your neurochemical soup taste better for you? We would love to help you create a more optimal neurochemical soup at the upcoming Mindful Healers Connect in Nature Retreat. All adults are welcome, bring your beloveds and friends. CME is available. You just might leave with the “lowest cortisol levels you have had in years.” A direct quote from one of last year's attendees. If you want to create a healthy neurochemical soup to bathe your cells in sign up to coach with me www.jessiemahoneymd.com. Calm, contentment, and a clear and meaningful path forward are just a few sessions away. *Nothing in this episode should be considered medical advice.
Boss Your Business: The Pet Boss Podcast with Candace D'Agnolo
If you've ever thought about starting (or adding) a pet bakery, then you'll 100% want to sit, stay, and take notes during this episode! Candace sat down to chat with a friend, one-on-one client, Pet Boss Club® member, and Pet Boss All-Star, Jennifer Thomas, owner of Lucky Dog Pet Grocery and Bakery. And by “sat down to chat” we really mean– together they unlocked a smorgasbord of pet bakery knowledge that is so specific it'll kick your pet bakery ideas into HIGH gear and get you to take action! In this episode, you'll learn:
The guys shake up a pineappley Prohibition-era cocktail named for a star of the silver screen.1.5oz/45ml White Rum1.5oz/45ml Pineapple Juice.25oz/7.5ml Maraschino Liqueur.17oz/5ml Grenadine SyrupPour all ingredients into a cocktail shaker, shake well with ice and strain into a chilled cocktail glass.Recipe via the International Bartenders Association (https://www.iba-world.com/) Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
How does a 400-pound cripple living in constant pain become an avid mountain climber and a triathlete? Here to tell his story and inspire everyone that change is possible is Tim Kaufman. Tim was diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS) in his early twenties and lived in chronic pain most of his life. By the time he was 37, he was addicted to Fentanyl, alcohol, and fast food. Weighing over 400 pounds, Tim could not perform simple daily tasks and was almost immobile. He had lost his interest in life and had almost given up. Losing two people close to their hearts to deadly diseases, Tim's wife feared that he would be the next. That was the turning point for Tim. He started a journey to regain his health, changing one small thing at a time. As a result, Tim is now an athlete who thrives on a plant-based whole food lifestyle and leads a healthy, happy, and active life free of all medications he was once on. He now helps others find health and happiness with the firm belief that “change is out there for anyone.” Tim also wrote the following books: Fat Man's Essential 40 Plant-Based Recipes: Quick and Easy Plant-Based Food (Fat Man's Recipes Book 1) Fat Man's Not So Fancy 40 Plant-Based Recipes: Quick and Easy Plant-Based Food (Fat Man's Food Book 2) Triathlon Training Journal: 90 Days of Journaling Tune in to hear Tim's powerful and transformative journey in today's episode. What we discuss in this episode: Tim shares his condition as a child and how it led him to live a life of physical and emotional pain. What impact would the same diagnosis have on a person excited to live life? Short answer - it would be like a death sentence. What was the turning point for Tim? Tim remembers his experience with the “juice fast” - the first 3 days felt terrible! When did Tim's reliance on drugs end, and what were the challenges in quitting fast food consumption? The destructive effects of dairy, the strangest thing about dairy farming, and Tim's relationship with animals before and after becoming vegan. What attracted Tim to climb mountains? Resources: Book Mentioned - The End of Diabetes by Joel Fuhrman Watch the film - Forks Over Knives Documentary FREE DOWNLOAD: FatMan's Favorites – 80 Quick and Easy Whole Food Plant-Based Recipes Join Tim's Getting Healthy Together Membership Group Connect with Tim Kaufman on Instagram and Facebook Check out Tim Kaufman's website - https://fatmanrants.com/ Use code SWITCH for 25% off your order at MaxinesHeavenly.com Purality B12 Deal: https://puralityhealth.com/liposomal-b12/ to buy one B12 and get one free plus 35% off the rest of Purality's products Send us a voice message. We want to hear from you! Switch4Good.org/podcast Take the Running On Plants challenge and feel the difference! https://runningonplants.org/ Dairy-Free Swaps Guide: Easy Anti-Inflammatory Meals, Recipes, and Tips https://switch4good.org/dairy-free-swaps-guide SUPPORT SWITCH4GOOD https://switch4good.org/support-us/ ★☆★ JOIN OUR PRIVATE FACEBOOK GROUP ★☆★ https://www.facebook.com/groups/podcastchat ★☆★ SWITCH4GOOD WEBSITE ★☆★ https://switch4good.org/ ★☆★ ONLINE STORE ★☆★ https://shop.switch4good.org/shop/ ★☆★ FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM ★☆★ https://www.instagram.com/Switch4Good/ ★☆★ LIKE US ON FACEBOOK ★☆★ https://www.facebook.com/Switch4Good/ ★☆★ FOLLOW US ON TWITTER ★☆★ https://mobile.twitter.com/Switch4GoodNFT ★☆★ DOWNLOAD THE ABILLION APP ★☆★ https://app.abillion.com/users/switch4good
Here in Georgia, we are stepping into the summer season. The kids will be out of school shortly, and I'm struck with the oh-so-familiar feeling (for me at least) of partial excitement -Yay! It's summer. No schedule. Going to the pool! Going camping! FunAnd - Ohhhhhh it's summer. No schedule. No routine or rhythm to anchor our days. Yikes.I thrive on routine and while I appreciate short breaks, I am also well aware that all too quickly that freedom turns into a source of stress for me. And so, I thought it would be valuable and fun to share a bit of a creative project I've been playing with this year.As you know, I almost exclusively meditate outside. My connection to nature deepens my connection to self and stimulates my creativity. It provides a larger rhythm to my days based on when the hyacinth blooms, the hummingbirds return, and the bees swarm that one particular bush that I can never remember the name of… In the next few podcast episodes, I am going to share a few recipes with you - recipes for connecting with nature, with time, and with self. I encourage you to go sit outside if at all possible - on a stoop, porch, park, backyard or even a parking lot staring up at the sky. Have one headphone in and one headphone out so you can hear the sounds of the world around you. Close your eyes and together let's tap into the rhythms of the natural world as a way to anchor, especially when our daily rhythms aren't as steady as we would like it to be.Sign up for my newsletter at http://eepurl.com/dBYEUL to receive free mini meditations each month, creative musings, and more.Make a donation or learn more about my free offerings and live classes by visiting merylarnett.com.IG: @merylarnett #meditatewithmeryl
On Play Me a Recipe, your favorite cooks will walk you through their most treasured recipes, offering all the insider tips, stories, and tricks you won't get from a written recipe—and you'll be right alongside them, every step of the way. Feel free to pause, jump back, or navigate the steps via the podcast chapters (if you're in Apple Podcasts, swipe up on the episode player page—the podcast chapters will be at the bottom). If you're cooking along, here's the recipe we're making today. Go ahead and grab the ingredients below (Jesse starts listing them at :51) before starting the episode.Red Wine Brownie CookiesMakes 18 large cookies2 sticks (16 tablespoons/226 grams) unsalted butter2 cups (473 ml) dry red wine, any variety⅓ cup plus 2 tablespoons (99 grams) granulated sugar, divided3¼ cups spooned and leveled all-purpose flour (416 grams)½ cup (45 grams) natural, unsweetened cocoa powder, sifted1 teaspoon baking powder1 teaspoon baking soda1 teaspoon kosher salt1½ cups (300 grams) packed light brown sugar2 large eggs, room temperature2 teaspoons vanilla extract8 ounces (227 grams) semisweet chocolate, roughly chopped (about 1⅓ cups)In a small saucepan over medium heat, melt the butter. Continue cooking, stirring often to prevent the milk solids from burning, until the butter foams and then darkens in color slightly and is very fragrant, 4 to 6 minutes. Immediately pour the butter into a large heatproof bowl. Do not wash the pan.To the saucepan used to melt the butter, add the red wine and 2 tablespoons (32 grams) of the granulated sugar and bring to a simmer over high heat. (Be careful; the wine will sizzle when you pour it in the pan.) Reduce the heat to medium and simmer, stirring occasionally, until reduced to ⅓ cup (79 ml), 16 to 18 minutes. (The easiest way to test if the reduction is ready is to pour it into a heatproof measuring glass to see if it's at the ⅓-cup mark.) Pour the reduced wine into the bowl with the butter and let the mixture cool for 15 minutes.As the butter/wine mixture cools, whisk together the flour, cocoa powder, baking powder, baking soda, and salt in a medium bowl. Preheat the oven to 350°F and set 2 racks at the upper-middle and lower-middle positions. Line 3 baking sheets (or as many as you have) with parchment paper or nonstick baking mats.Whisk both the brown sugar and the remaining ⅓ cup (67 grams) granulated sugar into the butter/wine mixture, then whisk in the eggs and vanilla extract until smooth. Add the flour mixture and stir with a rubber spatula until a soft dough forms, then stir in the chopped chocolate.Using a large 2⅓-inch (#16) cookie scoop or ¼-cup measure, portion out the dough and roll into large balls. Place the dough balls at least 3 inches apart on the prepared baking sheets (6 per sheet).Bake 2 sheets at the same time, swapping the top sheet to the bottom rack and bottom sheet to the top midway through baking, until the tops lose their shine but their cracks still appear slightly wet (don't be tempted to overbake), 11 to 14 minutes, then bake the remaining baking sheet of cookies on either rack. Let the cookies cool completely on the baking sheets.
Welcome to another episode of the podcast. Today I wanted to share four tools that really helped me get organized when I wrote cookbook #1: 1. A dedicated notebook. I bought a new spiral-bound notebook (that I wouldn't be afraid to mess up!) and used it to record everything: menus, meal plans, recipes, ideas, and inspirations for everything I cooked and baked. Since I enjoyed cooking and writing it was easy for me to write down all the things. Important point>> It's not about the price or the style of the notebook that matters, but that you get in the habit of thinking to write everything down and that when you do all your notes are in one place. 2. A digital or physical folder to save labels, food bags, flattened packages, and boxes. When I'm in the recipe idea and development phase, I keep everything, sort of like a kitchen pack-rat. (After the project is finished, I throw everything away). You'll be surprised how I refer back to a package, bag, box, or can size when I write my recipes. Alternatively, take a photo of the packaging and store it on your phone in a dedicated Google Drive or iCloud folder. 3. Google Sheets: Open a new spreadsheet and keep track of your recipe list here. I color-coded my spreadsheets to know what phase of recipe development or testing I was in with each recipe. 4. Google Docs or Word or Pages: Write a digital copy of each recipe. In the beginning, I saved each recipe in its own document and labeled the version of the recipe each time I saved the recipe. 5. Optional software: Scrivener.I used Scrivener to write three of my four cookbooks. I enjoyed the ability to work on each recipe as its own file and to add metadata about the progress for recipe testing and development. Apple Podcast AppGoogle PodcastsSpotify Things We Mention In This Episode: How to Get Paid to Write a Cookbook Free Training Join the waitlist for Cookbooks on KDP Scrivener - Book writing software
In her book, Franchise: The Golden Arches in Black America, Dr. Marcia Chatelain expertly showcases the inextricable link between the struggle for racial equality and the success of black-owned businesses. Marcia sheds light on the complex relationship between race and capitalism in America and is a vital read for anyone seeking a deeper understanding of the intersection of race and economic power in the US. The complex relationship is enough to make you want a drink. So how about a tasty chamomile punch? We guarantee it's the type of cocktail that you'll never find served at a restaurant franchise. Get the featured cocktail recipe: Chamomile Punch: Looking for the best cocktail to accompany you while you listen. Then head over to our library of libations for the right recipe to get you in the mood. Don't forget to follow, download and review to share your thoughts about the show! ********************************** The Designated Drinker Show is produced by Missing Link—a Latina-owned strategy-driven, creatively fueled production co-op. From ideation to creation, we craft human connections through intelligent, engaging and informative content. Also in the Missing Link line-up of podcasts, is Rodger That—a podcast dedicated to guiding you through the haze of dementia led by skilled caregivers, Bobbi and Mike Carducci. Now, if you are looking for a whole new way to enjoy the theater, check out Between Acts—an immersive audio theater podcast experience. Each episode takes you on a spellbinding journey through the works of newfound playwrights—from dramas to comedies and everything in between.
Don't let this mistake ruin your chances with wholesale buyers. Discover the common pitching mistake food founders make AND how to avoid it in this quick re-air of episode 108 of the Food Biz Wiz podcast. After tuning in, you'll be able to… Identify the mistake and know how to avoid it Know crucial insights on a wholesale buyer's mindset that'll take you miles ahead Tailor more of your pitch to the buyer AND learn how you can hear more of my buyer insights! Make sure to connect with me on Instagram, LinkedIn, and in the Food Biz Wiz Facebook group, linked in our full show notes here. We want to hear which step you’re taking next in your pitch! This episode is sponsored by my Wholesale Success System Workshop! This FREE training is for all my listeners who know that they want to take control of their sales, land on more shelves, and have higher sales once they’re there. I’ll outline my simple sales system so that you can repeat this process in your biz. Follow this link to save your spot and join us!
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Today's guests are on a mission to empower patients and accelerate change in the way medicine is practiced. They are husband and wife practitioners of functional and integrative medicine and experienced huge improvements in their own health by switching to a whole-food, plant-based diet. Dr. Micah Yu is an integrative rheumatologist and he has a unique perspective as both a physician and a patient because he was diagnosed with gout—a form of inflammatory arthritis that's extremely painful—at the age of 17. Dr. Melissa Mondala is a triple specialist in family medicine, lifestyle medicine, and primary care psychiatry. She's one of the first and youngest nationally recognized lifestyle medicine fellows and has devoted decades of volunteer work in underserved communities throughout the world. With the firm belief that lifestyle medicine should be the foundation for healthcare, this dynamic duo combined their experience and passion for opening their Newport Beach private practice called Dr. Lifestyle, where they've seen patients improve and even reverse disease. “Patients can get random rashes in long-haul COVID, shortness of breath, micro clots in their lungs causing shortness of breath. So I have patients in their twenties and thirties who are high functioning and doing very well but are now barely able to walk out of the house because they're so fatigued from their issues and short of breath. So there are a whole host of different symptoms of long-haul COVID, and COVID itself can spark different autoimmune diseases as well. I've seen this spark rheumatoid arthritis and other diseases. So, we can have a long discussion on COVID and long-haul COVID today.” - Dr. Micah Yu What we discuss in this episode: How Dr. Mondala and Dr. Yu began their plant-based diet journey and how it profoundly impacted both of their lives. What a Blue Zone is and the requirements and characteristics of a Blue Zone. How Dr. Yu developed gout and how a plant-based diet and lifestyle changes put his gout in remission. The symptoms of long-haul COVID. How the human body fights viruses. How Dr. Mondala and Dr. Yu have treated patients with long-haul COVID. Long-haul COVID and depression. Recommendations for a healthy gut. Recommendations to recover from COVID. Resources: Their practice: Dr. Lifestyle Clinic Dr. Mondala Dr. Mondala's website: Melissa Mondala MD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drmelissaskitchen/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@DrMelissasKitchen Dr. Yu Dr. Yu's website: MyAutoImmuneMD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/myautoimmunemd/?hl=en YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@MYAutoimmuneMD Send us a voice message. We want to hear from you! Switch4Good.org/podcast Take the Running On Plants challenge and feel the difference! https://runningonplants.org/ Dairy-Free Swaps Guide: Easy Anti-Inflammatory Meals, Recipes, and Tips https://switch4good.org/dairy-free-swaps-guide SUPPORT SWITCH4GOOD https://switch4good.org/support-us/ ★☆★ JOIN OUR PRIVATE FACEBOOK GROUP ★☆★ https://www.facebook.com/groups/podcastchat ★☆★ SWITCH4GOOD WEBSITE ★☆★ https://switch4good.org/ ★☆★ ONLINE STORE ★☆★ https://shop.switch4good.org/shop/ ★☆★ FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM ★☆★ https://www.instagram.com/Switch4Good/ ★☆★ LIKE US ON FACEBOOK ★☆★ https://www.facebook.com/Switch4Good/ ★☆★ FOLLOW US ON TWITTER ★☆★ https://mobile.twitter.com/Switch4GoodNFT ★☆★ DOWNLOAD THE ABILLION APP ★☆★ https://app.abillion.com/users/switch4good
Welcome back to our Vol 1 Greatest Hits! Today we are sharing an episode that originally aired in May of 2019. With our brand name being The Produce Moms and our B Corp values for inclusivity, it's important for us to pause and recognize the fact that motherhood and parenthood can be a difficult topic for many. There's a lot of reasons this is a difficult topic, but a leading reason is infertility. My husband and I had 4 miscarriages between our two sons, and I vividly remember all the polarizing emotions associated with trying to get pregnant, trying to stay pregnant, and more. Members of our team struggled with infertility for years, other members of our team have estranged relationships with their mothers or parents due to neglect, abuse, personality conflicts, and more. Motherhood is something we celebrate here at The Produce Moms - each and every day. BUT, it's important that we also use this platform to honor people who are struggling with parenthood - for whatever reason. Today's greatest hit welcomes Elizabeth Shaw, registered dietitian and a 2x Amazon bestselling author of “Fertility Foods: 100+ Recipes to Nourish Your Body While Trying to Conceive.” And “The Stress-Free IVF Nutrition Guide.” Enjoy this Greatest Hit: The Link Between Nutrition & Fertility with Elizabeth Shaw.
Johanna Mendelson Forman is a premier expert on gastrodiplomacy, social gastronomy and how food is central to survival and resilience in the world's most active conflict zones. Her groundbreaking work is derived from her distinguished career as a practitioner and policymaker working with the U.S. government, the United Nations and the World Bank. She is one of the leading voices in the global Social Gastronomy Network, a movement that is helping a new generation of chefs and food activists address a wide range of issues including climate change, food waste, sustainability and global hunger. Her extensive list of professional credentials includes her ongoing roles as an adjunct professor at American University's School of International Service and Distinguished Fellow at the Stimson Center, where she heads the Food Security Program. In 2015, her accomplished career in international affairs led her to create Conflict Cuisine®: An Introduction to War and Peace Around the Dinner Table – a curriculum designed to educate about food security, gastrodiplomacy and the issues she about which she is so passionate. The creation of Conflict Cuisine® expanded Johanna's work to address the relationship between food entrepreneurship, gender and inclusion. Johanna is a highly regarded expert in the specific regions of Latin America and the Caribbean, with extensive field experience in Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Central America Colombia and Brazil. As such, she is frequently featured by national media including the Wall Street Journal, NPR and CNN. She has also authored a number of opinion pieces in prominent publications, most recently The Hill (February 2021). She holds a JD from Washington College of Law at American University, a PhD in Latin American History from Washington University, St. Louis, and a Master's of International Affairs from Columbia University. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Queens College. In 2017, she helped launch the Livelihoods In Food Entrepreneurship Project (LIFE), a consortium of organizations under the Center for Private and International Enterprise. This program, which is supported by the U.S. State Department, aids Syrian refugees and Turks using food entrepreneurship as a tool for social integration. In 2019, she co-edited the LIFE Project cookbook of recipes contributed by refugees, The Cuisines of Life: Stories and Recipes of the New Food Entrepreneurs of Turkey. On this episode, Johanna joins host Mitchell Davis and provides us an understanding of gastrodiplomacy, explores social gastronomy and offers perspective on the paradoxical power food has to both create and resolve conflicts.
Going “HAM” is seen as a strategy for your investment success. You heard the strategy before - burn your boat, quit your job, and focus on your goals with 100% commitment. What usually happens? You hit an obstacle and realize that your investment goals will take much longer than usual. You end up quitting faster than you started as the cash flow is not there and you have no way to feed your family. And next, you are probably back at the office begging for your job. This is what happens to most novice investors – they don't realize that you need to build the basics to become successful. These “building blocks” for success take time and need to be built properly. And in today's episode, I discuss the “winners” formula on how to build your portfolio the right way, instead of you having to give up on your goals and go back to a life of mediocrity. Real estate investing should not be built on pressure, it should be built properly with the right building blocks. Listen now! Show Highlights Include: The 4-hour Workweek advice that leads to a disaster in your investing career (0.50) Why you need these 3 “success ingredients” to keep you committed to your goals (and not quit too early) (5:56) The “Do or Die” mentality that leaves investors with no progress on their cash flow goals (6:41) Use this “cash influx” strategy to build a steady stream of income in little as 2 years (so that you can quit corporate) (13:06) The “All In” formula that works for steady profits (without having to risk it all) (13:56) Why you need to build these “Keystone Habits” first so that you can have a well-balanced lifestyle filled with abundance (20:25) How to start investing on your spare time and with very little money today (23:20) If you liked the episode, leave me a review on whichever app you listen to podcasts on. If you want to connect with me, follow me on Facebook here https://www.facebook.com/jennings.smith.50 or Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/jenningsfostersmithjr/.
If you are hoping to balance your hormones, give this episode a listen. Marianna interviews The Balanced Beyars, a group of three sisters who are certified Menstrual Health & Fertility Awareness educators who help women balance their hormones. In this conversation, they discuss how to identify and understand hormone imbalances, the role of gut health in hormonal balance, and the benefits of intentional eating during different phases of the cycle. You can expect to learn practical and easy tips to add to your daily routine, including recipes for gut-healing foods and tools to help you reduce PMS symptoms and take control of your hormone health. Don't miss this opportunity to empower yourself and achieve hormonal balance! Follow Marianna: @marianna_hewitt Follow Balanced Beyars: @balancedbeyars Seed: visit seed.com/LIFEWITHME and use code LIFEWITHME to get 25% off your first month Sakara: get 20% off your first order at sakara.com/MARIANNA or use code MARIANNA Starface: starface.world for free shipping on your first Micro-Cloud order. Macy's: macys.com/ownyourstyle Produced by Dear Media This episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode.
Thank you for listening to Brown Mama Bear hosted by Shanera Williamson. Today on the show, Shanera welcomes Mignon Francois to talk about her new book, Made From Scratch. Mignon is an entrepreneur and owner of The Cupcake Collection. TheCupcakeCollection.com Mignon's book, Made From Scratch: Finding Success Without a Recipe Connect with Mignon Francois: LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter Connect with Shanera and Brown Mama Bear: Facebook, Instagram, Website Make sure you share Brown Mama Bear with at least 3 friends so you have someone to talk with about these things.
A certified pastry star, Kelly Nam is the Executive Pastry Chef and Partner at Joomak Banjum restaurant in New York City. She began her career as a pastry cook at Radius in Boston, and then went on to hone her skills at prestigious restaurants including L'Espalier in Boston and Nobu 57, Gordon Ramsay at The London Hotel, The Modern and Electric Lemon in New York City. She also served as Executive Pastry Chef at Frenchie in Paris. Last year she was named 2022 Pastry Chef of the Year by the Michelin Guide NY. Follow Kelly on Instagram at @shell.bugi or @joomakbanjum. In this episode we discuss: How Kelly first got interested in baking Her work experience at top restaurants and the chefs who inspired her How Joomak Banjum came to be Her innovative use of savory flavors in desserts Her thoughts on being named Michelin Guide NY Pastry Chef of the Year 2022 How she deals with the problem of finding and retaining team members Kelly's advice for those thinking about becoming pastry chefs Her tips for making a perfect meringue And much more! Episode Sponsored by Dobla - IRCA We know pastry chefs are busy. Ordering from Dobla and IRCA means not having to make everything from scratch, and instead spending time assembling final products for sale. It means getting more products in one place, which cuts down on the time spent browsing catalogs, placing orders and visiting with sales representatives. That means you spend less time focused on the business and more time on the thing you love: creating succulent sweets and savories that will keep your customers coming back for seconds. For more information, visit www.dobla.com.
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Lo Bosworth, founder of Love Wellness, is on the Female Founder World podcast with Jasmine Garnsworthy! Most of you will know Lo Bosworth as the reality TV girlie from The Hills or Laguna Beach, but she's dedicated the past seven years to building an incredible supplement business, Love Wellness. Lo's business is doing tens of millions in revenue now, but the way Love Wellness started is pretty relatable. She spent the first two years building this business herself—DIY-ing the website, Googling how to find manufacturers, using her own savings and literally just doing the scrappy stuff we all do. By 2019 the business hit eight figure revenue and today Love Wellness is a best-seller at Target. After we recorded this session, Lo was a guest speaker at our Female Founder World's 'Network and Chill' morning in New York City at Chillhouse last week. It was a pretty great time! We have a bunch more events coming up, so make sure you're on our email list at femalefounderworld.com to get notified about what's happening. Links Check out Lo's business, Love Wellness: lovewellness.com Register for Group Business Coaching with Stephanie Lee on May 25: https://momence.com/s/86356955 Join a Group Business Coaching Call: https://bestie.femalefounderworld.com/events Become a Business Bestie subscriber: femalefounderworld.com/subscriber Get our quick case studies on TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@jasgarnsworthy Get the Female Founder World newsletter https://femalefounderworld.beehiiv.com
Finding and seeing joy in life can be a challenge. When you have been diagnosed with cancer four times and lost numerous family members to the disease, it can be even more of a challenge. However, Sulie Spencer has found ways to be victorious in body, mind and spirit and shines her light on every path she crosses. She is a great example of what faith in God, prayer and early detection can do. As a 46-year survivor, she is here today on our podcast alongside her daughter, Julie Washington, to share their family's story, how to find joy in life despite life's ups and downs, and how Julie was able to capture her mother's spirit and passion for cooking in a book called Recipes for Joyous Living: A Story of Inspiration.
In today's episode, Abby shares a detailed walk-through of her Sunday reset routine that is tried and true to help fight Sunday scaries and prepare for a new week. Be sure to follow @inbloompodcast and @abby.asselin on Instagram and join the In Bloom Podcast Facebook group!
Today's guests are part-time resellers Tiffany & Hugo of SellQuickShipQuick I first interviewed Tiffany and Hugo back in 2019 - if you haven't listened to that episode yet, go back HERE and listen first! This is an update episode to see how life and business has changed for the couple since the pandemic, their venture into purchasing liquidation and the recent birth of their son. Follow them on Instagram and YouTube! Follow the Flip The Script Instagram page here! Love the podcast? Support it HERE! Find me on YouTube Shop my supplies on Amazon Make MORE SALES on Poshmark faster and easier with PosherVA Crosslisting made simple with Vendoo Take my course on How To Hire A Virtual Assistant For Your Reselling Business Need inventory? Try out NWOT Liquidation Check out Flyp for inventory, crosslisting and sharing tools Get $15 free to shop on WhatNot Time to get your taxes in order using Quickbooks Try out the best photo editing software with PhotoRoom Hire a Freelancer on Fiverr Get $40 free saving on Rakuten Scan your business reciepts and earn gift cards from Fetch Need an amazing payroll service, I recommend Gusto Looking for a great business card, check out Capital One Find my store on eBay --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/elducho/support
On Play Me a Recipe, your favorite cooks will walk you through their most treasured recipes, offering all the insider tips, stories, and tricks you won't get from a written recipe—and you'll be right alongside them, every step of the way. Feel free to pause, jump back, or navigate the steps via the podcast chapters (if you're in Apple Podcasts, swipe up on the episode player page—the podcast chapters will be at the bottom). If you're cooking along, here's the recipe we're making today. Go ahead and grab the ingredients below (Dawn starts listing them at 1:25) before starting the episode.Weeknight CassouletServes 44 tablespoons olive oil, divided4 sweet Italian sausages (about 1 pound total)1 onion (any color), chopped1 stalk celery, thinly sliced2 garlic cloves, smashed and choppedKosher saltFreshly ground black pepperTwo (15.5-ounce) cans cannellini or white northern beans (undrained)1 cup water1 teaspoon white wine vinegar1 cup panko, coarse fresh bread crumbs, or cracker crumbs1/3 cup chopped fresh parsley1 bay leafHeat 2 tablespoons of the oil in a medium skillet over medium-high heat. Prick sausages all over with the tip of a knife. Add the sausages to the skillet and cook, turning occasionally, until brown all over, 5 to 7 minutes. Transfer to a cutting board.Add onion, celery, and garlic to the skillet and season with salt and pepper. Cook, stirring often, until softened, about 5 minutes. Add beans and their liquid, the water, and season with salt and pepper. Bring to a simmer. Slice sausages and return to the skillet. Stir in the vinegar and remove from heat.Preheat broiler with rack in the top position. In a small bowl, stir panko, parsley, and remaining 2 tablespoons olive oil. Season the bread crumbs with a little salt and pepper and scatter over beans and sausage. Transfer the skillet to the oven and broil (watch carefully! Broilers vary like crazy) until the top is golden brown, 1 to 2 minutes. Let cool slightly before serving.
In this podcast episode, Kate Shepherd interviews Carmen Spagnola, a trauma recovery practitioner, clinical hypnotherapist, Le Cordon Bleu trained chef and author of Spirited Kitchen: Recipes and Rituals for the Wheel of the Year.Carmen shares how her love for food and hospitality, coupled with her healing journey, led her to write a book that goes beyond recipes. She discusses attachment styles, trauma, and how to start the healing process.Carmen also shares accessible rituals we can do at home to deepen our own healing process and connect with our ancestors. One of the key concepts she talks about is contact nutrition, which can help us heal and shift our attachment styles to allow us to be more open to joy and fulfillment in life.The episode invites listeners to step into a deeper level of themselves through food, ritual, self-love, curiosity, and making themselves available to receive magic and love. Some of the key highlights of the episode are:Carmen's background and how she started writing Spirited KitchenAttachment styles and how they can be changedContact nutrition and how it can help us heal and shift our attachment stylesAccessible rituals we can do at home to deepen our own healing process and connect with our ancestorsGet out your tissues and your journals and prepare your heart to grow at least a full size listening to this conversation.
Join us as we discuss our current favorite things! From makeup products to recipes we have lots of good things to share!
In his new book, Joe Geha tells his family's immigration story through the Lebanese recipes he grew up with. And the voice actors behind Disney's Phineas and Ferb tell us what they're going to do today ahead of a visit to Des Moines.
The guys make a springy beer cocktail featuring everybody's favorite-- blackcurrant!KIR BEER RECIPE12oz bottle Miller High LifeSplash of Crème de CassisOpen the bottle and drink down part of the neck. Add crème de cassis into the bottle. Mix lightly. Enjoy in the bottle or pour out into your favorite cocktail glass.Recipe via the International Bartenders Association (https://www.iba-world.com/) Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Hello, and welcome to another episode of the podcast. Today I have an interview with Spearfisherwoman and Ocean Evangelist Valentine Thomas. Valentine was born in Montreal and trained as a lawyer in Canada, then worked in finance in London. Dissatisfied with her work in law and finance, Valentine was introduced to spearfishing while on holiday in Ibiza. The ocean - which she once feared - became her greatest passion, and she made fishing and diving her life's work. Today on the podcast, we talk about spearfishing, tips for eco-friendly seafood choices, her cookbook Good Catch: A Guide to Sustainable Fish and Seafood with Recipes from the World's Oceans, and recipes from the cookbook for canned sardines, the best tartar sauce, gummy bears using fish scales, fish, and pancakes, as well as fish head nachos. Things We Mention In This Episode: Connect with Valentine Thomas How to Get Paid to Write a Cookbook Free Training Join the waitlist for the next cohort of Cookbooks on KDP
Beyond the Diagnosis with Dr. Kylie
Experts have yet to determine the limits of the brain's abilities. It can continue developing and changing throughout life. While it may sound like a bizarre concept, scientific evidence supports the existence of a critical process called neuroplasticity, which is your brain's ability to restructure or rewire itself when it recognizes the need to adapt.To discuss this concept and explain the recipe for rewiring your brain and unlocking its superpowers, Dr. Kylie invites Mindset Coach and Holistic Health Practitioner Lisa Marree. Lisa experienced a cycle of trauma, illness, and abuse until she learned how to break the cycle and change her life. This is not just her story. It can be yours, too. “When people are suffering, their biggest thing is that they hurt the people around them. And that goes for everybody. It doesn't matter if you're a nut case or not. ”- Lisa MarreeIn This Episode:- Overcoming a cycle of neglect and physical and psychological horrors - Lisa Marree's story- Why do you get more of the stuff you don't want?- How to break destructive patterns, rewire your brain, and change your lifeAnd more!Resources:- Rise Up 5-Day Challenge Success Mind Hacks for Entrepreneurs - https://lisamarree.com/- Join the FDN Certification Program - https://www.functionaldiagnosticnutrition.com/?afmc=25&utm_source=Affiliate&utm_medium=burton&utm_campaign=affiliate-referral- Get the Right Supplements for You - https://drkylieburton.com/supplements- Why Are My Labs Normal? Your guide to reading your own blood work; no medical background needed - https://www.amazon.com/Why-Are-Labs-Normal-background-ebook/dp/B09SF9PXRQ- Join the 90-Day Coaching Program with Dr. Kylie Burton - http://drkylieburton.com/programs/Connect with Lisa Marree:- Website - https://lisamarree.com/- Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/lisamarree_/- Facebook - https://web.facebook.com/lisamarree01Connect with Dr. Kylie:- Website - https://drkylieburton.com/- Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/drkylieburton/- Facebook - https://web.facebook.com/drkylieburton/- Tik Tok - https://www.tiktok.com/@drkylieburton- YouTube -
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We are naturally inclined to focus on things that frighten us. Lies spread six times faster than true facts. In fact, there's only one thing that spreads as quickly as lies, and that's Martha's one-word recipe for us this week. Tune in to find out what it is!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How do we break the cycle of generational money trauma? We talk with Mignon Francois author of Made from Scratch: Finding Success Without a Recipe. The answer, according to Mignon is for us to tell our stories. This episode is chocked full of her unique stories and experiences and how they led to her amazing business success. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode of The Power of Love Show we welcome special guest, Jack Hazan, LMHC, CSAT. Jack is a New York City–based psychotherapist and the founder of Modern Therapy Group. Additionally, Jack is the founder of the company, JackBakes, whose baked goods are carried in over 100 physical and online retailers. Jack is the author of Mind Over Batter: 75 Recipes for Baking as Therapy which is available for purchase via book retailers including Barnes & Noble and Bookshop as well as online retailers including Amazon, Target, Walmart, Uncommon Goods and more. Jack has been featured in Time Out New York and the New York Post and has appeared on Bravo TV's Watch What Happens Live and the Food Network. Learn More About Jack: Website: JackBakes.com & ModernTherapyGroup.com Instagram: @Talk.To.Jack • @JackBakesNYC • @ModernTherapyGroup Facebook: Jack Bakes LinkedIn: Jack Hazan Learn More About DDJF: Website: DDJF.org Instagram: @DeeDeeJacksonFoundation Facebook: Dee Dee Jackson Foundation LinkedIn: Dee Dee Jackson Foundation Twitter: @DDJFoundation Leave a podcast review: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-power-of-love-show/id1282931846 Spotify Podcasts: https://open.spotify.com/show/6X6zGAPmdReRrlLO0NW4n6?si=koXehESfSrSwA-zWi2vf-w Did you know that you can support DDJF while you shop on Amazon at no cost to you? Add DDJF as your selected charity via Amazon Smile: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/chpf/dashboard/ref=smi_nav_surl_mi_x_mkt Can't make the live-stream? You can always watch our syndicated interviews later on YouTube or Facebook! Prefer to listen as a podcast? Click here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-power-of-love-show/id1282931846 Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-Nd1HTnbaI Like Our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/884355188308946/ Join our Official Facebook Page full of supportive community members: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1500933326745571/?ref=share_group_link Have you subscribed to our Podcast? Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/fr/podcast/the-power-of-love-show/id1282931846 Spotify Podcasts : https://open.spotify.com/show/6X6zGAPmdReRrlLO0NW4n6?si=bhNl9GjJRxKXUvTdwZme6Q Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9wb3dlcm9mbG92ZS5saWJzeW4uY29tL3Jzcw Other podcasts: https://anchor.fm/thepowerofloveshow The Power of Love Show is a weekly show sponsored by The Dee Dee Jackson Foundation where we shine a light on loss and grief and how it impacts our lives. Our aim is to build a community where we share inspiring stories, interview experts, learn, grow and empower one another to find proper and healthy healing. Visit the DDJF official website: http://www.ddjf.org/ Donate to DDJF (501c3): https://www.flipcause.com/hosted_widget/hostedWidgetHome/MTIxODI3 Check Out DDJF Merch: https://my-store-10253433.creator-spring.com/?# Join the Dee Dee Jackson Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1500933326745571 Follow us on Instagram: @DeeDeeJacksonFoundation --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thepowerofloveshow/support
On Play Me a Recipe, your favorite cooks will walk you through their most treasured recipes, offering all the insider tips, stories, and tricks you won't get from a written recipe—and you'll be right alongside them, every step of the way. Feel free to pause, jump back, or navigate the steps via the podcast chapters (if you're in Apple Podcasts, swipe up on the episode player page—the podcast chapters will be at the bottom). If you're cooking along, here's the recipe we're making today. Go ahead and grab the ingredients below (Emma starts listing them at 1:03) before starting the episode.Sorry, I Love CeleryServes 4 to 6Ingredients:3 anchovy fillets packed in oil, drained2 garlic cloveskosher saltfreshly ground pepper1/4 cup fresh lemon juice1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil1/2 teaspoon Aleppo pepper10 Castelvetrano olives6 Piparra peppers1 bunch celery2 ounces Parmigiano1/2 cup parsley leaves and tender stemsIn a mortar and pestle or mini chopper, combine the anchovies and garlic with a big pinch of salt and many grinds of black pepper. Pulverize until a paste forms. (Alternatively, you can finely chop the anchovies and garlic together on a cutting board, then season with salt and black pepper and use the flat edge of the knife blade to smash the ingredients into a paste.)Scrape into a medium bowl and whisk in lemon juice, olive oil, and Aleppo pepper until combined. Taste and season with more salt and black pepper, if needed.Use the flat side of a chef's knife to smash the olives and loosen the pits, then tear the flesh into 2 or 3 pieces (discard pits). Cut peppers in half lengthwise, then halve crosswise. Place the olives and peppers in a salad bowl.Trim the celery at both ends, then separate the bunch into individual stalks; wash and dry. Snap off the light green leaves from innermost stalks and set those aside. Cut the celery into very thin slices on a dramatic angle, then transfer to the bowl with the olives and peppers.Use a vegetable peeler to shave half the Parmigiano over. Add most of the dressing and toss with your hands to coat.Add the parsley and reserved celery leaves and toss gently to combine. Shave the other half of the Parm over, drizzle with dressing, and top with a few more grinds of black pepper.
Spy Novels Step Aside for an Apple of a Tale The Northern Spy is a delightful apple used both for baking and cidermaking! At one time it was a major export commodity due to its lack of bruising when packed in barrels. As far as apples go it is a winner for so many reasons, yet no one knows why it is named Northern Spy. there are certainly many hyposthesis on the subject. In episode 226: Northern Spy and the Underground Railroad Ryan Monkman of Fieldbird Cider reads a fictional essay on the topic (do listen as it is grand). Kerry Anne Wilkins In this episode we hear from Apple Sleuth or self proclaimed "Malus Absurdum" Kerry Anne Wilkins who is on the trail of the Northern Spy. Professionally Kerry works as a hospice nurse, but her love of apples and set her on a journey to find the story behind the naming of the Northern Spy. Herman Chapin is responsible for propagating the Northern Spy In this Chat Meeting the John Bunkers, a premier Apple Detective What we know so far about the Northern Spy's history Apple Sleuthing tips Libraries Oral History Newspaper Cemeteries Land maps Tracking the Northern Spy to East Bloomfield, New York A Martha Steward faux pas that needed to be corrected The Northern Spy marker in East Bloomfield Herman Chapin and the Chapin family connection to the Northern Spy ] East Bloomfield road marker reads: The original Northern Spy Apple Tree Stood about 14 Rods south of this spot in a seedling orchard. Planted by Herman Chapin about 1800 The Early Joe and Melon Apple also originated in this orchard. The quest continues Kerry is still on the quest to discover the history of the Northern Spy and hopefully the reason why this apple was named as such. If you have info please send it along her way. Recipes, book mentions, oral tales are all welcomed. Contact info for Kerry Anne Wilkins email: email@example.com Want Kerry's postal address to send a letter? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org Mentions in this Chat Listen to episode 290 with Tattiebolge CiderWorks Acme, Pennsylvania - as mentioned in this episode it is building out! Canuck Cider Cup winners for 2023 Who is John Bunker America's Apple Detective? There are many episodes with John feature. Begin with this one https://ciderchat.com/028-john-bunker-apple-identification/ and then google Cider Chat John Bunker for more from this American treasure of a man! Bottles on My Desk - Listen to the latest episode at the Cider Chat YouTube Channel via playlist "bottles on my desk"
Sharing foods that we love, and easy recipes is something a wellness community seems to be known for! This week, listener Christine E. asked that Maggie and I share some of our favorite things to make in our crock pot, air fryer, and instant pots. Cause let's face it…. easy is the way to go! PLUS, Summer will be beating down our doors soon and NOT getting the house hotter than it needs to be is always a plus. This episode is brought to you by:FitAid Energy https://www.drinkfitaid.com/droppingintohappinessfor 40% OFF PLUS FREE shipping on your first order of 24 cans of FitAid Energy For the recipes mentioned in today's episode, please check out our blog page onhttps://www.droppingintohappiness.com/blog Mentions:Rachel Mentioned G. Hughes sauces Maggie Mentioned Air Fryer Liners https://amzn.to/42fEBa3 RECOMMENDATIONS-Rachel Recommends:Try something NEW this week! Maybe even a food you didn't used to like. Maggie Recommends: The book “Cook once eat all week” Found on Amazon https://amzn.to/3MaHSkj Stridekick!One of our fabulous SunDrops (Peggy P) has found us a platform that ALL can befriend, challenge, and engage on. This app is FREE and it is called Stridekick. Support us on Patreon for exclusive content!!https://bit.ly/droppingpatreon Watch this episode: https://youtu.be/KCQlrZF00r4 Please rate, review, or subscribe wherever you find our podcast! Thank you so much for listening!! Let's start some hashtags! #bekindrewind#sprinkles #passthemic#washrinserepeat #sundrops Maggie's Built Bar code to save you 10%MAGGIETRACKSMAGIC Talk to us! Submit a topic idea! Ask us a email@example.com Maggie's Instagram: maggietracksmagic Rachel's Instagram: balancing_that_life Find us on:Instagram: droppingintohappinesspodhttps://www.instagram.com/droppingintohappinesspod/ Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/droppingintohappiness Twitter:https://twitter.com/DroppingPod TikTok:https://www.tiktok.com/@droppingintohappiness Merch Store!!!https://dropping-into-happiness.creator-spring.com/
The work of fighting to make the world a better place for all sentient beings can be fraught with adversity, leaving even the most resolute of us disheartened at times. And that's why we're so thankful for today's guest, Colleen Patrick-Goudreau because she's a breath of fresh air and an exemplar of how thought leaders can inspire change through the power of positivity. Known as the Joyful Vegan, Colleen is a long-time animal activist, producer, and host of the podcasts Animalogy and Food For Thought, host of vegan trips all over the world, and bestselling author of seven books. She's also been a regular contributor to NPR. She's appeared on the Food Network, and her recipes have been featured on Oprah.com. Always optimistic, extremely persuasive, and very quotable, we are super thrilled to welcome her to the show today! “We have cognitive dissonance, and that means we're having difficulty holding two ideas at the same time. And that creates dissonance. That creates discomfort. And in order to reconcile that discomfort, we have to either change our behavior or we have to change our thinking about our behavior. And so that's what we do when it comes to the animals we love and the animals we eat.” - Colleen Patrick-Goudreau What we discuss in this episode: Colleen's upbringing and how she became vegan. How we become conditioned to eat meat, and how we can change our behavior. Why some people experience fear when considering a plant-based diet. Colleen's tips for anyone considering going vegan. How language shapes attitudes toward animals. How human behavior can invite unwanted animal interactions. The benefits of not overusing the word “vegan.” Resources: Colleen's website: Colleen Patrick-Goudreau Instagram: Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, Joyful Vegan (@joyfulvegan) | Instagram Joyful Vegan Twitter: Colleen Patrick-Goudreau (@JoyfulVegan) / Twitter World Vegan Travel: Colleen Patrick-Goudreau - World Vegan Travel Animalogy podcast: Animalogy Podcast Archives - Colleen Patrick-Goudreau Food for Thought podcast: Food For Thought Podcast Archives - Colleen Patrick-Goudreau Her most recent book: The Joyful Vegan: How to Stay Vegan in a World That Wants You to Eat Meat, Dairy, and Eggs Send us a voice message. We want to hear from you! Switch4Good.org/podcast Take the Running On Plants challenge and feel the difference! https://runningonplants.org/ Dairy-Free Swaps Guide: Easy Anti-Inflammatory Meals, Recipes, and Tips https://switch4good.org/dairy-free-swaps-guide SUPPORT SWITCH4GOOD https://switch4good.org/support-us/ ★☆★ JOIN OUR PRIVATE FACEBOOK GROUP ★☆★ https://www.facebook.com/groups/podcastchat ★☆★ SWITCH4GOOD WEBSITE ★☆★ https://switch4good.org/ ★☆★ ONLINE STORE ★☆★ https://shop.switch4good.org/shop/ ★☆★ FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM ★☆★ https://www.instagram.com/Switch4Good/ ★☆★ LIKE US ON FACEBOOK ★☆★ https://www.facebook.com/Switch4Good/ ★☆★ FOLLOW US ON TWITTER ★☆★ https://mobile.twitter.com/Switch4GoodNFT ★☆★ DOWNLOAD THE ABILLION APP ★☆★ https://app.abillion.com/users/switch4good
Chris Colby of beerandgardeningjournal.com joins James to design a recipe for a small and satisfying session beer.
Welcome to The Geaux Queen brand talk show, The Q-Chat! Today, we're thrilled to have Mignon Francois @mignon.francois author of the memoir "Made from Scratch: Finding Success Without a Recipe," joining us. In her book, Mignon shares her inspiring story of building a successful business from scratch, without a business degree or experience, and overcoming obstacles along the way. Mignon and discuss how she overcame abuse, low-self-esteem and much more as a single mother of 6. A New Orleans native, Mignon learned to love herself and overcome obstacles to not only grow a successful business, The Cupcake Collection, @thecupcakecollection @thecupcakecollectionnola but also be a strong example for her family to obtain empowerment and financial freedom. During this episode, Mignon will discuss her recipe for turning $5 into $10 million and building a debt-free business using what you have, even without any prior experience. She'll also share insights on how to cultivate confidence when the odds are stacked against you, drawing from her own experiences as a successful entrepreneur. https://www.geauxqueen.com https://www.instagram.com/theqchat_podcast/ https://www.instagram.com/iam_geauxqueen/ This Podcast is Sponsored by Queen's Arrogance LLC (c) #selflove #positivenetwork #geauxqueen #geauxqueenmagazine --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-q-chat/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-q-chat/support
Hans horrifies Steve with disturbing egg choices, while Steve only wants you to know that King Charles loves eggs and cheese. Rule Brittania! Recipes include Fritatten Suppe and a classic Whiskey Sour.
As Mother's Day approaches, we are reminded of the many female role models who have shared their unconditional love, wisdom, and support. Our guests today recall their mothers and the pearls of wisdom and mom-isms they bestowed. They will also be offering sage advice to other moms and mothers-to-be.We honor and bless all the mothers, wherever they may be. If you miss your mom, please know we are sending you extra prayers and love. To all the women in our lives who have modeled faith, friendship, and devotion, Happy Mother's Day!Special Guests:Kelly Ingraham, Denver, ColoradoKelly grew up being empowered to dream big and being told that she could become whatever she wanted to be. Now a firefighter, Kelly reflects on the encouragement that her mom gave her that helped her reach her dreams and explains why her mom is the coolest person she knows.Vicki Chlanda, St. Louis, MissouriThere are now 19 million single-mother households in the U.S., but Vicki Chlanda's story of being a single parent is like no other. Vicki's oldest was 4 and her second 2 when her quadruplets were born - and no day has been "normal" ever since. With a strong faith and quiet confidence, Vicki will leave you inspired and amazed.Michelle Motley, Rocheport, MissouriMichelle Motley had a successful career with the U.S. Department of Agriculture but now enjoys a new challenge - grandmothering. With two grandchildren under the age of two, Michelle spends two days a week caring for the babies. Inspired by the example of her own mother, Michelle offers insight and wisdom that can benefit us all. Recipes from our momsMichelle:Jewish Apple Cake2c sugar3c flour3 tsp. baking powder1 tsp. saltAdd to the above1c Wesson oil4 eggs1/2c orange juice2 tsp vanillaBeat well and add 1c chopped nutsFilling:2c sliced apples1/2c sugar1 tsp cinnamonPour ½ batter in a greased bundt pan, place ½ of apples over top and sprinkle ½ of sugar and cinnamon over apples. Pour the remaining batter over this and add the balance of apples on top. Sprinkle with remaining sugar and cinnamon. Bake at 350 for 1hr and 45 mins.This cake is typically made for Rosh Hashanah because it is dietarily acceptable due to no meat or dairy.Denise:A recipe my mom wrote in my Betty Crocker cookbook 50 years ago – still true today: “My Dear Denise, to be a good cook, follow your recipe, then add a good measure of care and love.”Kelly:Banana Sour Cream BreadNote from Mama: This is half of the original recipe that called for 4 loaves. I add 2 eggs. I don't do the 1st step of coating the pans with cinnamon and sugar. I don't measure chocolate chips. I use 1 to 2 handfuls depending on how many I want in the bread.Yield: 2 loaves2 tablespoons white sugar1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon1/4 cup and 2 tablespoons butter1-1/2 cups white sugar1-1/2 eggs (See Comments)3 very ripe bananas, mashed8 oz container sourcream1 teaspoon vanilla extract1 teaspoon ground cinnamon1/4 teaspoon salt1-1/2 teaspoons baking soda2-1/4 cups all-purpose flourChocolate chips2/3 cup and 1 tablespoon chopped walnuts (optional)Directions:Preheat oven to 300 degrees F (150 degrees C). Grease two 7x3 inch loaf pans. In a small bowl, stir together 2 TBS white sugar and 1/2 tsp cinnamon. Dust pans lightly with cinnamon and sugar mixture.In a large bowl, cream butter and 1 1/2 cups sugar. Mix in eggs, mashed bananas, sour cream, vanilla, and cinnamon. Mix in salt, baking soda, and flour. Stir in chocolate or nuts. Divide into prepared pans.Bake for 1 hour, until a knife inserted in the center comes out clean.
Big Questions with Cal Fussman
Nobody loves great quotes more than Cal. So it's no wonder Cal was smitten by Kevin's latest book: Excellent Advice For Living, Wisdom I Wish I'd Known Earlier. The book and this conversation with the founding editor of Wired magazine delivers thoughtful advice on all areas of life. Like this: “When a child asks an endless string of “Why” questions, the smartest reply is: “I don't know, what do you think?” And this: “Don't ever work for someone you don't want to become.” And this: “Travel to passions rather than destinations.” And this: “If we threw our troubles into a big pile and we saw everyone else's problems, we would immediately grab ours back.” And this: “Recipe for greatness: Become just a teeny bit better than you were last year. Repeat every year.” And lot's more . . . Enjoy!
How much money do you think you need to start a business? $1,000? $10,000? $100,000? My guest today, Mignon François, can tell you that you do NOT need to go into debt to chase your dreams… in fact, she started her business, The Cupcake Collection, on the last $5 she had to feed her family and turned it into a legacy with over five million cupcakes sold. Today she is committed to teaching anyone who will listen about what they can do if only they believe, most recently through her brand new book, Made from Scratch: Finding Success Without a Recipe. I can't wait for you to hear her full grassroots story of success, be inspired through her powerful words, and learn how YOU can follow in her footsteps to do the same in this episode of the Goal Digger Podcast. So click PLAY now! GOAL DIGGER FB COMMUNITY GOAL DIGGER INSTAGRAM GOAL DIGGER SHOW NOTES GET MIGNON'S BOOK, MADE FROM SCRATCH
Got a teen home this summer or a graduate heading off to college? You need this conversation with Katie Morford about her book Prep: The Essential College Cookbook. In this REHEATED interview from 2019 Stacie and Katie talk through getting older kids in the kitchen and the skills that all kids need before they leave the nest. LINKS FROM THIS EPISODE Prep: The Essential College Cookbook https://amzn.to/41mOn9ORise & Shine https://amzn.to/44k9HPgBest Lunch Box Ever https://amzn.to/3ANNQlJKatie's website - Mom's Kitchen Handbook https://www.momskitchenhandbook.com/Katie on instagram @momskitchenhandbookFind out how to become a supporting member to also get access to our recipes + bonus episodes: https://didntijustfeedyou.com/communityAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy