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In this episode of Quah (Q & A), Sal, Adam & Justin answer Pump Head questions about partial reps vs. full range of motion for hypertrophy, the pros and cons of having a workout partner, the benefit of massage guns, cold tubs, and saunas for recovery, and the value of Glutamine as a supplement. Mind Pump Fit Tip: When it comes to fitness, more is NOT always better. (4:21) Humans' similarities and differences to primates. (15:49) Adam's “Griswold's” Christmas Tree. (28:33) Friendsgiving with the Di Stefano's. (35:16) Why companies like Butcher Box are positioned well to weather this inflationary storm. (37:10) How Adam has inspired Sal to venture out to nicer restaurants. (39:12) How humans tend to attach greed to money. (42:04) Mind Pump loves old pop culture. (45:08) Tiger King 2: Worth the hype or disappointment? (47:37) Get your Felix Gray's now! (52:18) #Quah question #1 – What are your thoughts on partial reps vs. full range of motion for hypertrophy? (59:08) #Quah question #2 – What are the pros and cons of having a workout partner? (1:08:06) #Quah question #3 – What are your thoughts on massage guns, cold tubs, and saunas for recovery? (1:18:16) #Quah question #4 – Is there any value in taking Glutamine as a supplement? (1:24:55) Related Links/Products Mentioned November Promotion: MAPS Anywhere and the Fit Mom Bundle – Both 50% off! **Promo code “NOVEMBER50” at checkout** HOW INFIGHTING CHIMPS LED TO A 4-YEAR ‘CIVIL WAR' Sex at Dawn: How We Mate, Why We Stray, and What It Means for Modern Relationships Visit Butcher Box for this month's exclusive Mind Pump offer! BE.STEAK.A Why Does Bernie Sanders Think Billionaires Should Get Out of Space? All-In with Chamath, Jason, Sacks & Friedberg Watch Tiger King | Netflix Official Site Visit Felix Gray for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Promo code “EVERYTHING15” at checkout** Visit LivON Labs for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! MAPS Aesthetic Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources People Mentioned Vintage Cheese (@vintage.cheese) Instagram
We celebrate two brilliant victories as Nigel Rothband welcomes Spencer Debson, Edward Timpson CBE and Rob Behrens CTID! citypodcast.net @citypodcast Produced by Paul Myers and Mike Leigh Engineered by Leon Gorman A Playback Media Production playbackmedia.co.uk Copyright 2021 Playback Media Ltd - playbackmedia.co.uk/copyright
Join the UnFollowVic Podcast crew as they review exotic snacks. Host Vic and Co-host Jack welcome producer Vinny back after spending 6 months on military leave. The Tastebud Orgy Review goes like this. Vic, Vinny and Cousin Ang will be tasting the real food prior to comparing it to the snack component. Does Pizza popcorn really taste like a real pizza? Do taco Doritos taste like a taco? Join us and find out.UnFollowVic S:2 Ep:30 Aired 11/29/2021Click The Link Below & Show Us Some Lovehttps://linktr.ee/UnFollowVicIntroJack's UpdateVic's UpdateVinny's UpdateTastebud Orgy - Exotic Snack ReviewsJack's NewsVic's MNF Pick: Week 12Listen on YouTube:https://youtu.be/x-RP8VvCcfcSupport the show (https://linktr.ee/UnFollowVic)
New episode of The Meat Block podcast all about canning. www.bunzlpd.comcredits Travis Stockstill David Zarling Contact us atThe Meat Blockhttps://www.instagram.com/themeatblock/https://www.spreaker.com/show/2220980Questions https://m.facebook.com/groups/548355638886041Travis Facebook@AmericanButcherwww.instagram.com/americanbutcherwww.spreaker.com/user/americanbutcherTravismeatStockstill@gmail.comDavid www.instagram.com/afarmbutcherDavid@infieldontable.com
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For the 250th episode, Jon Busdeker and Brendan O'Connor were incited to check out the newly opened Black Rooster Taqueria location in Curry Ford West and ate everything on the menu. This week's episode was sponsored by DeWitt Law Firm, Orange County Library System, and Enzian Theater, and the topics include increasing prices at the Dollar Tree, the possible suspension of the state fuel tax, an update on a stolen dog, and the transformation of a Steak 'n' Shake into a pot shop. Tune in to Bungalower and the Bus every week on 104.1 Real Radio or our podcast to learn all about the top headlines, new restaurants, and best-bet events to attend this week.
Today's recipe is Cranberry-Horseradish Glazed Steaks.Here are the links to some of the items I talked about in this episode: #adWays To Use Leftover Cranberry SauceCast Iron SkilletCanned Cranberry SauceInstant Read ThermometerSteak KnivesIf you want to make sure that you always find out what today's recipe is, do one or all of the following:Subscribe to the Podcast,Text the word Dinner to 1-833-413-1352,Join the ROTD Facebook Group here (this is a brand new group! You'll be a founding member!),Subscribe to get emails here.Have a great day! -Christine xo
Unleashed Jeremy Hanson 11/25/21 A industry insider has just reported that a major food shortage may be coming. With globalism, political positioning and mandates the industry already on the tightest of constraints may buckle and fall. Americans will be swept to the side as our grocery stores will be bare and what is there will be to expensive to buy!!
MetTel's VP of IoT & Mobility, Max Silber, takes a deep dive into IoT, automation, and the importance of cybersecurity as we prepare for 5G in this impactful Data Movers episode. From top IoT trends and predictions to the misconceptions about 5G, Max lends his expertise while providing listeners with his career highlights. During the conversation, he also gives insight into MetTel's Smart Warehouse and MaaS (Mobility as a Service) offering and how it is helping to eliminate organizational complexity and costly infrastructure investments. A podcast enthusiast and producer himself, Max gives us a closer look at his own podcast, Techie and the Blonde, formed alongside his wife during the pandemic. In true New Yorker fashion, Max tells us where to grab the best steak (hint: it's in Brooklyn) and why he roots for the G-men over the Jets. This exciting episode is not to be missed! If you are interested in learning more about the people behind our industry's top headlines, this podcast is for you!Follow Jaymie at @jscotto and Evan at @evankirstelSUBSCRIBE to JaymieScottoTV for the latest Telecom News: https://www.youtube.com/JaymieScottoTVHOMEPAGE: http://www.jsa.netLIKE JaymieScottoTV on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/JaymieScottoandAssociatesFOLLOW JaymieScottoTV on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/jsatv
Happy Thanksgiving and welcome to Episode 141 of the Tailgate Guys BBQ Podcast where we talk it over with a couple of great guys from mid-America. Veteran competition pitmaster Richard Fergola has won dozens of contests, been on BBQ Pitmasters and Food Network's Chopped Grillmasters. But his biggest personal accomplishment in food sport occurred recently as he captured Grand Championship honors at the KCBS World Invitational. It's Fergy Time as we talk it over with Richard on Episode 141 of the Tailgate Guys BBQ Show podcast. We also check in with Dusty Ware, co-owner of the Iowa BBQ Store in Ottumwa and pitmaster of Darty Q. In his first year of competing, Dusty and store co-owner and teammate Sam Heinrichs won a KCBC Grand Championship in their rookie season of competition, using drums, then went and bought the jambo and cook trailer of BBQ legend Rod Gray. We ask him about that and the latest from the Iowa BBQ Store, one of our great sponsors. A big thanks to Manscaped, a Tailgate Guys BBQ Show Podcast sponsor throughout November. BBQ friends, check out the new Lawn Mower 4.0. And best of all, use the code TAILGATEBBQ at checkout for 20 percent off and FREE shipping at Manscaped.com!!! #MANSCAPEDAmbassador #Sponsor Thanks to our great sponsor/marketing partners who make our show possible: Blues Hog BBQ Sauce, Royal Oak Charcoal, The Butcher Shoppe, Iowa BBQ Store, Affordable Financial Services, Arkassippi Smoke Live and The Arkassippi Combo, Vietti Marketing, In the Garden of Eden, Pro Technology Solutions, Gray Wolf Smokers and The BBQ League. Have a great BBQ Week! #SmokeEmIfYouGotEm
Steak and caviar for the world's richest dog, crypto signing rights in LA, a crypto bid on the US Constitution and crypto theft via phone hacking. Buy books, get one NFT, Rivian comes back to earth and tax credits vary based on who assembled your electric vehicle.
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¡Hola! Welcome to m-episode 10.5 of the Live Lingua Spanish Podcast. ¿Ready to learn Spanish? If you are going to order steak in Latin America they will probably ask you how well you would like it cooked. This m-episode will teach you how to order your steak just how you like it, and know what to expect when the order is taken. Let's get started! ¡Empecemos! To read the transcripts of this m-episode additional free practice you can find it on our website here: https://www.livelingua.com/podcast/10-5-ordering-your-steak If you are enjoying the podcast you can subscribe and leave a review (¡gracias!) where ever you like to get your podcasts: iTunes Stitcher Google Play ¡Hasta pronto!
For Topic Tuesday, the guys are asked by Rheiner D. if automakers were to EVs and hybrids as their premium offerings, and specifying ICE cars as the base models. Then, RJ asks a difficult question on behalf of his wife, who is sedan shopping. Social media questions ask if car companies can tune out-of-class, what car should be EV resto-modded, and if you were forced to live in a city with a car named after that city, what would that combo be? Seasons 1-9 are available on Amazon Prime and Vimeo worldwide! Please rate and review us on iTunes, and the TV show on IMDB and Amazon. Write to us with your Car Debates, Car Conclusions, and Topic Tuesdays at firstname.lastname@example.org or everydaydriver.com. Share the podcast with your car enthusiast friends!
The bois went on forever and saw Eternals! They talk Joker again, MCU headlines, their newest slogan, Big Mouth, their hopes and dreams, if this movies ends, and if they should make Marvel movies more or less artsy . linktr.ee/welcomebackpod twitter.com/welcomebackpod instagram.com/welcomebackpod patreon.com/welcomebackpod Art by: Randi Hamel @artbunns on Instagram and rannibuns.tumblr.com
Dans cet épisode… Qui est à blâmer dans la tragédie du festival Astroworld? A fan favourite quitte Koh-Lanta pour un steak et quelques frites. On répond à vos questions pour une yaya. N'oubliez pas, «Le feu qui te brûlera, c'est celui auquel tu te chauffes» Posez nous vos questions; “Question pour une yaya” sur : Instagram @lesyayaspodcast Facebook @lesyayaspodcast Gmail email@example.com
Everyone's going into business for themselves, to varying degrees of suggess. Food and everything shortages are discussed, lawns are mowed, hopefully for the last time and maybe a hotline? Who knows! If you want to help the show, be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, Pocket Casts, Spotify, Player FM, TuneIn, Beyond Pod, […] The post Longbox Heroes After Dark Episode 365 It's the Steak's Problem appeared first on Longbox Heroes.
In the battle for Iwo Jima, 7000 marines were killed and 20,000 wounded. From az central: It's an image seared into the American consciousness. After four days of fierce fighting on the tiny Pacific island of Iwo Jima during World War II, part of the United States' “island hopping” strategy to defeat the Japanese after retaking the Philippines, six U.S. Marines climb the highest peak of the 8-square-mile outpost and plant an American flag. One helmet-clad Marine holds the post in place amid the rubble, while the others thrust the stars and stripes toward the smoke- and cloud-pocked sky; a triumphant moment captured by Associated Press photographer Joe Rosenthal. The photo would publish nationwide to great fanfare two days later on Sunday, Feb. 25, 1945, and prove that, yes, we can win the war. Rosenthal would later win a Pulitzer Prize for Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima, and the U.S. Postal Service would affix the image on a 3-cent stamp. From my author website: November 10, 1969 I was sitting in the Doom Club with a couple of the other Covey FACs. The weather had been especially lousy, with squall line thunderstorms over the mountains between DaNang and Laos. Because of the weather either over the target area or over our route to the AO, we hadn't flown any missions in several days. We were getting antsy, and spent most of our time bitching. And drinking. We were about to order another round of drinks, when in walked a Marine Lieutenant. It was Lieutenant Royce! “Who wants to help celebrate the Marine Corps birthday?” he bellowed. I got the impression he'd already started celebrating a bit earlier. When he saw me, his eyes lit up. “Lieutenant! Great to see you. I have a jeep outside, and I can take five of you.” “I'm ready!” I answered, “Let's go.” Three other guys joined me in piling into the jeep for a quick, albeit dangerous, drive to Camp DaNang, the Marine outpost. When we arrived we spilled out and went into the Marine Officer's Club. The Marines didn't know how to live in luxury, but they sure knew how to throw a party. All the booze we could drink. All the food, great food, we could eat. Steak, lobster, shrimp. We had a ball. Like every other time I got shit-faced drunk, I blacked out. I think I had a good time. Next thing I knew, someone was shaking me. “Lieutenant. Wake up.” It was Royce. I felt like crap. I lifted my head and looked around. I was on a canvas cot. “It's 0500 hours,” Royce proclaimed, “Let's go for a run.” “I, I think I'll pass,” I responded. “Okay. If you want to wash up, here's a basin.” He handed me an empty helmet. All I could think was, “You gotta be shitting me.” I thanked Royce and hitched a ride back to DaNang. Damn, those Marines knew how to throw a party! From Today: A sacred part of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier usually only visited by presidents and foreign dignitaries is open to the public this week in honor of the 100th anniversary of the memorial dedicated to America's unidentified war casualties. The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Plaza on the hallowed ground of Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia is usually reserved for the sentinels who stand guard and presidents and other dignitaries presenting a wreath or flowers. Ahead of Veterans Day on Thursday, the American public is being given the chance to step forward on the plaza and pay their respects by placing flowers at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The special opportunity is available on Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. EST by registering online in advance. TODAY's Craig Melvin traveled to the site of the sacred white marble sarcophagus to speak with a gold star mother who regularly visits Arlington as well as a senior member of the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment, known as “The Old Guard,” who keep watch day and night at the tomb. The memorial was dedicated on Nov. 11, 1921, after the remains of an unidentified soldier from World War I were exhumed from a military cemetery in France, flown to the United States, and buried in a ceremony officiated by President Warren G. Harding. Remains of unidentified soldiers from World War II and the Korean War were later interred at the tomb in the 1950s. The remains of a Vietnam War veteran were buried there in 1984, but they were exhumed in 1998 and buried at a Missouri military cemetery at the request of the soldier's family after he was positively identified as Air Force 1st Lt. Michael Joseph Blassie, according to the Arlington National Cemetery website. Cindy Chip, whose son Sgt. Michael Hardegree died while serving in Iraq in 2007, is among the more than 12,000 people who have signed up so far to lay flowers at the tomb on Tuesday and Wednesday. "We don't know that soldier's name," she told Craig on TODAY Tuesday. "We don't know anything about him except that he was an American soldier and he gave his life for his country. And we will never forget him. "And every mother in her heart, that is what we want to say. Just don't forget them. Just don't forget that he lived. And that's what that tomb says to me. This country will never forget it." From my author website: Saying Goodbye To A Friend Posted on April 15, 2015 I buried a friend yesterday. At this age, that's not terribly unusual. What made this different is that Rick Chorlins was killed 45 years ago, and his remains have finally been brought home. Rick and I were close when we were cadets at the Air Force Academy. Then, in 1967, graduation sent us in different directions, and we didn't meet up again until late 1969. I was stationed at DaNang Air Base, South Vietnam, and had wangled a good-deal trip to Thailand for a few days. I was going to go for an orientation ride on a C-130 Airborne Command and Control Center (ABCCC), call-sign Moonbeam. It was a chance to get away from the unrelenting nightly rocket attacks, and see locals who were not burdened by war and who knew how to smile. I arrived at Nakon Phanom Royal Thai Air Base, called NKP, and headed to the Officers Club. And there, standing at the bar, was Rick, along with another classmate I hadn't seen in over two years, Bob Moore. Meeting up with old friends after a long time is always fun. Running into them unexpectedly on the other side of the world is really special. We hung around together the entire night. After a few drinks, we had dinner, then went back to their hootch and caught up with what had been happening in our lives. We had all gotten married since we last saw each other. Rick had gotten a Master's Degree. Bob had become a father. We swapped war stories. I told them what it was like to be a Forward Air Controller, and they told me what it was like to fly the A-1 in combat. Truth be told, I felt like I was the kid and they were the grown-ups. I was flying a dinky little O-2A Skymaster, while they were flying the Skyraider, a gigantic, fire-breathing tail-dragger with a round engine that carried thousands of pounds of bombs under its wings and dueled with enemy gunners for a living. They were real fighter pilots. After hours of shooting down our watches with our hands, we said our good-byes and vowed to get together again, at some unknown time in the future. Great guys. If you've read Hamfist Over The Trail, this story might sound familiar. Chapter 28 is the fictionalized account of my meeting up with Bob and Rick. Dave and Dick in the book are the fictional characters representing the real-life Rick and Bob. Bob was killed the next week . A few months later, Rick was shot down and he was listed as KIA, but his remains were not recovered. Until now. After 45 years, Rick came home. His remains had been discovered in Laos in 2003 and sent to Hawaii, where DNA testing finally confirmed it was Rick. Rick was buried at the Air Force Academy cemetery with full military honors, including a 21-gun salute, a missing-man fly-by, and the solemn playing of Taps. Generals presented flags to his two surviving relatives, his sisters, Cheryl and Toby. Then we all gathered together at a restaurant to tell Rick stories. And we all had a really great time, reminiscing about Rick's great sense of humor, his intelligence, and his dedication to duty. It was a great Celebration of Life. And it was also a solemn reminder of the sacrifices the families of servicemen faced, and continue to face, when they send their loved ones off to war. They wait at home, never knowing if the sound of the closing car door in the street is a neighbor coming home or a military staff car with a Colonel and a Chaplain coming to bring news that will change their lives forever. That happened 58,286 times during the Vietnam War. Eighteen on my classmates were lost in Southeast Asia. Five have still not been found.
Electricity up 6.5%, Fuel oil up 59%, Firewood up 35%. Eggs up 12%, Steak up 24%. Joe Biden, Janet Yellen, Jerome Powell and the rest of the Biden team are TO BLAME for this. And, believe me, this is getting a lot worse. Support the show: https://trishregan.store/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
WEDNESDAY - Happy Birthday to the Marine Corp. How military life impact Russ and Angel. Russ finds a dog groomer. Hot Tubs and Soft water. New Tom Hanks on Apple TV. RRR - 2001 debut of this product. The studio and Toy Hall Of Fame. Favorite Robots. Monster Sports. Orlando Magic. NBA. NFL. We get Legal with Steven Kramer. Christmas gifts? To The Top with Carlos - Fawning. Florida Dumb Dumb Map. K.O.D. - steaks.
"SHE TAKE MY MONEY!!!" On this installment of Say It How You Feel, Sai & Moe talk about Gold Diggers and their male counterparts! They spit game on the differences between women and men and how society views Goldiggers vs Goblins. If you give em an inch, they'll take a mile! "Oh you paying?! Change my whole order please, let me get the Steak with the Lobster Tail!"
We recap Más with Steak and talk about his Yo Mama win! Plus another week of Beep Don't Know Bleep! #LourRangerLineup @Fleminem_raps @HalloweenBasic @str8cashhomie88 @BeepCount @iamkevinito @stupacarmy790 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The City is back at the office and dining on steak. @MaryKissel https://www.newsbreak.com/news/2378488739721/city-of-london-finally-gets-back-to-office Mary Kissel, @MaryKissel; Former Senior Advisor to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Executive VP Stephens Inc.
In episode 461, Chris Crespo and Drewster Cogburn do the thing and review Eternals, plus they also talk about Y:The Last Man, Inside Job, John Carpenter's Prince of Darkness and Village of the Damned, Miami Vice, and much more! Support the show and remember to damn the man, save the Empire! Listen to all back...
Megan Day (one of our favorite guests) has been featured on The Today Show, Food Network's Chopped Grill Masters (winner), the Amazon Prime documentary Smoke & Ribbons, the front page of the New York Times, Fox & Friends, and the Cooking Channel – just to name a few. Since its founding in 2008, Burnt Finger BBQ has racked up countless awards on the competition barbecue circuit, including numerous State Championships, 1st place chicken at the prestigious American Royal World Series of Barbecue, and overall Top 10 finishes at the American Royal, Memphis in May and World Food Championships. Megan is going to cover cooking steaks and chicken.
Jack Gill and Mike Tarara present this installment of Hardly Focused! Discussed in this episode: The “holiday” known as Steak & BJ Day is a local creation! It was created on the legendary and now-defunct radio station WFNX in Boston. A well-respected music executive with an incredibly unfortunate last name has left this mortal coil. QAnon followers attended a rally in Dallas, Texas, convinced that John F. Kennedy Jr. would rise from the dead to show support for ex-President Ronald Thump. Having not shown up, attendees shifted focus from JFK Jr. to other long-passed celebrities making appearances. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hardlyfocused/support
Braden Herrington and Davie Portman talk about the November 2nd 2021 edition of WWE NXT 2.0 featuring a... DIY Reunion? The BDE give their thoughts on the entire show which included: Johnny Gargano & Dexter Lumis vs Carmelo Hayes & Trick Williams Dakota Kai vs Cora Jade Kyle O'Reilly & Von Wagner vs Legado del Fantasma Xyon Quinn vs Robert Stone Andre Chase vs Bron Breakker Solo Sikoa vs Jeet Rama Boa vs Grayson Waller The lads also talk about Io Shirai confronting new NXT Women's Champion Mandy Rose, Cameron Grimes' visits Duke Hudson's Poker Room, Tony D'Angelo appearing on Lashing Out with Lash Legend, the story on how Briggs and Jensen like their steak, Toxic Imperium, plus the BDE discuss their Halloween weekend, take your feedback… and more! Join our live POST Shows, WatchAlongs and watch us game at Twitch.tv/upnxtpodcast: Tuesday: upNXT - WWE NXT Review (Free Show) Wednesday: Shot In The Dark w/ John Siino (Free Show) Wednesday: BDElite - AEW Dynamite Review (Free Show/Twitch) Support this podcast at Patreon.com/upNXT for bonus podcasts including retro NXT reviews, Best Match Ever, Top 5, Reviews from the 6ix, and more. This week: Thursday 4th: wasNXT - WWE NXT June 19th 2013 Friday 5th: The Sesh w/ Brandon From NJ - Succession S03E03 “The Disruption” Sunday 7th: upYOURS w/ Howie Nishi - The Karate Kid: Part II (1986) Last week's shows included Halloween Havoc 96, The Twilight Zone, Halloween 4, Behind The BDE and more! Only $5 for NA tier to access all these shows and everything in back catalogue! Photo Courtesy: WWE upNXT Theme by: Warren-D, PXCH and Shaheen Abdi Subscribe: https://www.postwrestling.com/subscribe Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/702343790308154 Twitch: https://twitch.tv/upNXTpodcast Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/upNXT YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/upNXT T-Shirts: https://www.prowrestlingtees.com/upnxt Discuss: https://forum.postwrestling.com
Chris Schafer confirmed his status as one of America's premier pitmasters in 2021, nailing down his second straight third-place finish in the KCBS Team of the Year standings with seven Grand Championships. On Episode 138 of the Tailgate Guys BBQ Show Podcast, we visit with Chris about his season, on sharing his BBQ journey with dad Eddie and Heavy Smoke BBQ restaurant celebrating its one-year anniversary. Also joining us is John Lindsey, one of the premier steak cooks on the planet. John, who along with Ronald Burns forms the backbone of Arkassippi Smoke Live and the #ArkassippiCombo line of rubs and sauces, runs down some new products, previews the new season of BAMA-Q (he's one) and offers his views of the new KCBS Strip Steak Series and how it might - or might not - affect the established SCA. We also want to welcome MANSCAPED as a Tailgate Guys BBQ Show Podcast sponsor throughout November. BBQ friends, check out the new Lawn Mower 4.0. And best of all, use the code TAILGATEBBQ at checkout for 20 percent off and FREE shipping!!! #MANSCAPEDAmbassador Thanks to all our great sponsor/marketing partners who make our show possible: Blues Hog, Royal Oak Charcoal, The Butcher Shoppe, Iowa BBQ Store, Affordable Financial Services, Arkassippi Smoke Live and The Arkassippi Combo, Vietti Marketing, In the Garden of Eden, Pro Technology Solutions, Gray Wolf Smokers and The BBQ League. Have a great BBQ Week! #SmokeEmIfYouGotEm
Let's talk veggie chikky nuggets, Tom's ritual Friday night steak and the accompanying butters and sauces, and asshole restaurant patrons that don't tip. Plus, quick questions: What are your three go-to Chinese take-out dishes? What style of BBQ is the best? Best type of pizza? BEC or SEC? Thanks for listening!
C’est la saison : Cèpe et Portobello. Deux champignons au menu, un très disponible, le "portobello" et un, rare, cher et trouvable uniquement dans la nature, le cèpe de grande taille, avec un beau chapeau, bref, un introuvable ou presque. ---Tous les jeudis à 11h45, Fanny Gillard et Carlo de Pascale voyagent dans l’univers culinaire de notre style de vie rock n' roll. Et si cela vous met l’eau à la bouche, alors vous retrouverez également toutes les recettes de Carlo sur notre site Classic21.be dans la rubrique Cook As You Are.
THIS WEEK! It's a Halloween Spook-tacular with special guest Zach from Keystone Copycats. We talk about Steak 'n' Shake, bad Kermit voices, terrible improv scenes, and so much more; including this week's main topic of discussion: Muppets Haunted Mansion! We did it! We watched a new Muppets thing! That is partially relevant to our main subject matter, right? Have a safe Skalloween weekend, babies. Via con dinos.
(October 26, 2021 - Hour Two) 10:14pm & 10:35pm - The Embedded Correspondents and I will start this monthly segment off by giving you a bunch of "100% Assurity Picks". Many of these came from listeners who wanted to get our take on certain items and we will DO IT LIVE tonight! Then, the EC's and I will begin to breakdown the National Steak Competition put on by the KCBS, we will go over the rules, talk about them and decide if this is something that will ultimately compete with the Steak Cookoff Association. Many different societies have tried to get a piece of this pie but the SCA has remained THEE dominant force in competitive steak for years now. Can the KCBS stack up??? Join us tonight for our take on it! BBQ Central Show Sponsors! The BBQ Guru Big Poppa Smokers Green Mountain Grills Cookin Pellets Fireboard Smithfield The Pit Barrel Cooker The Butcher Shoppe - Save 10% When You Mention "The BBQ Central Show" Primo Grills Yoder Smokers Vortic Watch Company Yukon Glory - Save 10% with code 10CENTRAL Patreon Ad-Free Podcast Feed
This week we are covering the Apple launch event, the good, the bad and the downright silly. We also ask if a $19 polish cloth is a branding marvel or just plain ridiculous. About the hosts Mustafa Kurtuldu is a UX lead on install-ability on Chrome and Design Advocate at Google. His skills include user research, interviews, surveys, usability reviews, producing documentation including personas, site maps, user journeys and flows, and various fidelities of annotated wireframes. Ryan Warrender is Web Product Partnerships Manager at Google. Ryan has over ten years of experience working in Product, Business Development and UX Design. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Shameer Soni, managing partner and real estate lawyer with Patel Law Group in Dallas, joins us on today's show. Shameer talks about starting a law firm, the real estate practice, communicating via resume, and wide receivers v. linemen.His firm/practiceRuns the real estate practice: multi-family purchase/sale/development.Works with retail/industrial/hospitality clients as wellStarted the firm 11 years ago with two other partners built around entrepreneurs and business owners. The idea was to represent these clients in their core business as well as their investment portfolio (i.e. real estate).Started with clients whose core businesses were doctors, IT staffing, hotelLed to corporate immigration and real estate practice areasAlso had/have a title companyNow have a litigation practice as well that has recently pared down to work with clients adjacent to the real estate practiceGot his start at a larger firm doing entertainment/film finance in Atlanta, but when he came over to start this firm, the Dallas/Texas market didn't support the film finance area, which led to the transition to real estateHe went to every networking event, meetup in the beginning to get the firm off the groundHis partner Anish went to a networking breakfast every week at 6am at Steak and ShakeThere is no bad meeting, no bad meetup. Your network has value in perpetuity.In the early days, he built relationships with lawyers who knew what they were doing and were willing to help when he got into situations he was unsure aboutLearned a lot about firm culture and the things they wanted in a firm while working for others, and then used that info to build the culture in their firm. Want to be the un-law firm law firm. From social interaction to limiting hourly billing (they do zero hourly billing on the transactional side). Conduct exit interviews with lawyers who leave and learn more about ways to improve the firm's culture.Market90% of their work is in Texas; 60% in north Texas.Deals ranging from $2M to $300M and all of those are in a strong market right now.Industrial is hot right now as well.Community retail is picking up.Hotels were crushed and remain so for now.Residential is on fire in Texas, but COVID has slowed down the process with supply chain issues, etc.Advice to lawyers in practiceLearn business development and client relationships early; be proactive in asking to go with your partner on client visitsLearn everything about a deal, not just your specific task/roleDo as many meetings as you canYou want to become a profit center as soon as possible rather than be a cost center for the firmRecognize that you are part of the deal and collaborating with the client for a win-win scenario; it is more than just a piece of paperClients aren't hiring you to be a title review guy; they are hiring you to do a dealMust understand the forest and not just your treeEstablish trust with your partners quickly so they are comfortable bringing you along to meet partners without embarrassing themAdvice to Lawyers On The Lateral MarketRecognize what the firm is looking for and make sure your documents clearly communicate your ability to meet those needsBe specific about what you have doneWhat size deals?What type of deals?What role did you have?Find ways to connect with the partners (did you go to the same law school?)He rewrites his bio on the law firm website every quarter! It is a good exercise to think about when writing/rewriting your resume.Looking for the right fit for the need they have at the timeBroadway show staffing exampleFootball recruiting exampleFinal ThoughtAttitude makes up for a lot; skills can be learned/taught. Much harder to teach personality/attitude/mindset.Rapid Fire QuestionsName one trait/characteristic you most want to see in an associate: work ethicWhat habit has been key to your success: persistenceFavorite app/productivity tool: NetdocsWhat would be listed first on the interest line of your resume: Formula One racingFavorite legal movie: Liar Liar / podcastThanks again to Shameer Soni for joining us on today's show!
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Malcom had an interesting trip to the dentist (00:47), right on the heels of his mystery meat contest in Warsaw, Indiana (06:37). He visited a cool BBQ store there (12:53). Malcom gives me the rundown of how milk cow steak is made (16:14), and he tells me about the new drinks he had while in Indiana (18:35). I got an email from a fan wanting to send us his award-winning syrup (20:28). Malcom is loving the chili coffee rub he made this week (23:58), and the flat iron steak he put it on (26:09). He paired it with Al Frugoni's Chimichurri Rub (28:51), and I was in love with the subtle coffee flavor in Malcom's new rub (32:18). Malcom had trouble finding a skirt steak at Aldi this week (33:21). He loves his GrillGrates much more than his ManGrates (36:37), and I came across a great tip for adding a smokey flavor to your steak (44:54). Malcom tells me about all the GrillGrates he's ruined (45:58), and what modifications he's seen made to them (48:54). Malcom doesn't use steak weights (52:21), andI want to know when he chooses not to use his GrillGrates (55:45). I give Malcom a rapid-fire GrillGrate Q&A (57:02).