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MousekeMoms
Steakhouse 71: A Review

MousekeMoms

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 26:36


We are so excited about today's episode because we get to do one of our favorite things: a new restaurant review! Well… new to us. Today we are going to review Steakhouse 71- located in Disney's Contemporary Resort. This is the restaurant that replaced The Wave late in 2021. Check out this episode to hear what we ordered, and what we thought! MousekeMoms Podcast is sponsored by our friends at Kingdom and Cruise Travel.  They can plan your perfect luxury family getaway and are experts in Disney Destinations. Best of all, their services are 100% FREE!  Visit us on social media on Instagram at @mousekemoms_podcast or in our Facebook Group at @mousekemompodcast.  MousekeMoms Podcast is featured on the Top 100 Disney Podcasts https://blog.feedspot.com/disney_podcasts/ For a transcript of today's show, visit https://mousekemomsblog.com/

Parks and Recollection
Indianapolis (S3E6)

Parks and Recollection

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 47:32


Today we're taking a trip, as Rob Lowe and Alan Yang recap the sixth episode of Parks and Rec's third season! In "Indianapolis" Leslie and Ron journey to Indianapolis to receive a commendation from the state. On today's episode find out why S3E6 could have been the last episode for Chris Traeger, how the Ron Swanson meat meme evolved, how blocking for tv works, and the rare dramatic turn in this episode that raised the stakes! All of this and your host's favorite steakhouses! Got a question for the Pawnee Town Hall? Send us an email: ParksandRecollectionTownHall@gmail.com Or leave a 30-Second voicemail at: (310) 893-6992 Leslie and Ron head up to Indianapolis to receive a commendation at the Indiana Statehouse for reestablishing the Pawnee Harvest Festival. On the way, it is clear that Ron has only agreed to come for the opportunity to eat at Charles Mulligan's Steak House. Ann, worried about the state of her and Chris' relationship, asks Leslie to look for signs of whether Chris is cheating on her while she's there. Leslie and Ron stop at Chris' apartment to pick him up for dinner, where Leslie discovers a woman's razor and a pink swimming cap in the bathroom. Upon hearing this, Ann decides to drive up to Indianapolis to confront Chris and his cheating ways. Back in Pawnee, Tom convinces the Parks Dept (including a reluctant Ben) to attend Dennis Feinstein's cologne launch party at the Snakehole Lounge. Tom hopes to pitch his new cologne “Tommy Fresh” to Dennis, but Dennis is disgusted by the scent and tells Tom the cologne industry is not for him. And back in Indianapolis—to Ron's horror, when he, Chris, and Leslie arrive at Charles Mulligan's Steakhouse they discover it has been shut down by the health department. Chris invites everyone back to his place to eat, but to Ron's further horror, Chris has prepared a vegetarian meal. Ann eventually shows up at Chris' apartment and accuses him of cheating. Chris explains he shaves his legs with the lady's razor for swimming and that the pink shower cap is from his participation in a breast cancer awareness triathlon. More importantly though, Chris tells Ann that they actually broke up over a week ago. Ann realizes that Chris was so positive in how he ended the relationship that she was totally oblivious to the breakup and is completely mortified. At the Snakehole Ben cheers up a down-trodden Tom and tells him not to give up on his dreams, admitting that he considers Tom his friend. Andy and April, now dating and both broke, hold a contest to see how much free stuff they can get at the party. They earn $218 by posing as staff and accepting tips, but end up feeling guilty and put the money in the bartender's jar at the end of the night. Seeing how distraught Ann is, Leslie decides to let Ron attend the commendation ceremony solo and instead cheers Ann up with embarrassing dating stories of her own as she drives Ann back to Pawnee. They and the rest of the Parks Dept end up at the Snakehole Lounge and Ben begins to realize that he is in fact making friends with the folks at the Parks Dept. As the night winds down, Ben avenges Tom by pouring "Tommy Fresh" all over the inside of Dennis' parked SUV and a starving Ron goes to a diner in Indianapolis and orders all of the eggs and bacon that they have.

Lake Forest Illinois
Restaurant Rumors Lake Forest

Lake Forest Illinois

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 8:39


There currently is a Sofia's in Winnetka and Glenn and his group are looking to put their Steak House where the old MLK restaurant was at 181 E Laurel in Lake Forest They are looking for a "Special Use" Permit Approval because the property is 150 feet from a residential zone Owner Glenn Keefer representing one of the three owners throws his best stuff at the building commission (Kerry Wood is a partner in Balyhoo) The three issues to address are: 1 Parking 2 Odor/Smell 3 Noise Ryan O'Donnell Ann O'Donnell Antoine Ouilmette Ballyhoo Hospitality Bob Bielinski 60045 Lake forest Restaurant --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lakeforestpodcast/message

The Dave Chang Show
Steakhouses, Dishwashers, and Keeping Up With the Late-Night Coffee Drinkers | My Opinion Is Fact

The Dave Chang Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 64:02


The MOIF team reconvenes to review the Required Eating challenges handed down last week—and what was meant to be a finale turns into more of a cliffhanger. But then, Dave, Chris, and Noelle dust themselves off and dive into: celebrity hotel-room cooking, Dave's Batman rankings, a disappointing shrimp cocktail, bacon-to-lettuce ratios, when to wake up, dreams of hyper-efficiency, the Michael Pollan effect, feeling like a Quaker, taking a rocket ship to Hell for 20 minutes, Dave's grade in Friendship 102, and the old bait-and-switch. Hosts: Dave Chang and Chris Ying Guest: Noelle Cornelio Producer: Sasha Ashall Additional Production: Jordan Bass and Lala Rasor Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Dole Whips & Double Doubles
Ep 91 - California Grill vs Steakhouse 71

Dole Whips & Double Doubles

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 45:03


Ryan and Lauren, back from WDW give you their take on which is best, California Grill or Steakhouse 71 at the Contemporary.

Grand Circle Tour Podcast
Adventure 210. Jay's WDW Trip Report

Grand Circle Tour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 57:48


Join your tour guides Justin Clark, Holly Wood Crawford and Jason Thomason as they talk about the joy of Jay's recent visit to Walt Disney World!  Plus riding the Liberty Bell solo, Steakhouse 71 is the best new restaurant on property, is Rise the new Pirates. the best day ever at Magic Kingdom and more! The Grand Circle Tour Podcast is in no way part of, endorsed or authorized by, or affiliated with the Walt Disney Company or its affiliates. As to Disney artwork/properties: © Disney. Disclosure | Privacy Policy

Grace Church, Dallas Oregon
Ep. #83: Weekend Debrief - Siders, Steaks, and Salt & Straw Oh My!

Grace Church, Dallas Oregon

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 31:00


On this episode of Weekend Debrief, Dave and Wes discuss a question that came in from the sermon on 1 Corinthians 6:12-20. Since the body is the Temple of the Holy Spirit, does God still love us if we have not taken care of our body, His Temple? The guys also discuss their favorite food choices of the month in their (in)famous Pastors' Palate segment. Send comments or questions to (971) 301-2414. Recommended Resources: Every Body Matters: Strengthening Your Body to Strengthen Your Soul by Gary Thomas What God Has to Say about Our Bodies: How the Gospel Is Good News for Our Physical Selves by Sam Allberry Pastors' Palate Recommendations: PDX Sliders Salt & Straw Rudy's Steakhouse

Take Warning
96. Oakland, White People and Gay Steakhouses

Take Warning

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 59:54


This week on Take Warning, the boys cover Ricks trip to the Bay Area, terrible drivers, Art brings a new segment to the show "Steakhouse or Gay Bar?" and Josh makes sure to get extra words in before Duppers return! Follow us on Insta, Facebook, YouTube and TikTok! takewarningstore.com

Loper & Randi in The Morning
5-2-22 Loper & Randi - Prom Night, Disney vs Florida, Hibachi Grills, Air Tag, Penis Arm, Farting Dog Lie, Cobra Kai

Loper & Randi in The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 108:25


A listener doesn't know what to do about her mom constantly shaming her fiance and bringing up her old boyfriend. Loper got video from his daughter's pre-prom festivities, but then got shamed for his music choice. A guy blamed his girl's dog for farting and cost them thousands. Penis arm guy finally got the penis off his arm and back where it is suppose to be. Plus, Cobra Kai, Steakhouse or Gay Bar, hibachi grills, Paul McCartney and more!

Matt, Bob & B-DOE
Matt and Bob 4-28-22 Steakhouse, Vanna's Cat and Jess Pryles

Matt, Bob & B-DOE

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 117:42


Support the show: https://www.klbjfm.com/mattandbobfm/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Only in OK Show
May Events in Oklahoma 2022

Only in OK Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 50:01


What are you doing in May?   We are discussing some of the fun events happening throughout Oklahoma during the month of May.  If you want to find something new to do this month, check out the show.   The German-American Society of Tulsa steps up by hosting the annual Germanfest, an authentic German experience you never thought could exist in Oklahoma. Guests are invited to sink their teeth into scrumptious German cuisine, dance happily to upbeat polka music and slam back a couple of German beers, among many other activities.   Tulsa is a city on the Arkansas River. It's known for its art deco architecture, mostly in the central Deco District. Landmarks like the Philcade and Philtower buildings reflect a 20th-century construction boom fueled by the prosperous local oil industry.   The annual Oklahoma Steam Threshers and Gas Engine Association's show is held in Pawnee, Oklahoma during the first Friday, Saturday and Sunday in May. If your interests find themselves leaning you to the way things were done in the past,   On the western edge of Pawnee, Oklahoma, atop Blue Hawk Peak sits the Pawnee Bill Ranch Historic Site & Museum, the well-preserved dream home and ranch of Gordon Lillie (a.k.a. Pawnee Bill) and his wife, May Lillie. This picturesque historic site offers a wagon-load of family fun. Each summer, the ranch puts on Pawnee Bill's Wild West Show, an extravaganza in the Wild West show tradition. Other events such as the Oklahoma Steam Threshing & Gas Engine Show and the Pawnee Indian Veterans Powwow keep the town hopping. Downtown Pawnee is replete with century-old native stone buildings, unique shops and outstanding eateries such as Click's Steakhouse. Don't miss the well-appointed Pawnee County Historical Society Museum, with its special area devoted to Pawnee native Chester Gould, creator of the Dick Tracy comic strip.   An all-American event, the El Reno Fried Onion Burger Day Festival traces its origins back to Ross Davis, who owned and operated the Hamburger Inn on Route 66 in downtown El Reno. During the Depression, when onions were cheap but meat was expensive, Davis began adding shredded onion to five-cent meat patties in order to make the burgers look bigger. What resulted on the grill of the Hamburger Inn was a hamburger with a tremendous amount of flavor and the birth of a local tradition and delicacy.   The historic city of El Reno, Oklahoma lies at the crossroads of Route 66 and the Chisholm Trail, now known as U.S. Highway 81. Ride an authentic rail trolley through the historic downtown area, stop to shop the antique and specialty stores or savor one of El Reno's famous onion burgers. The burgers are so well-known that they've spawned the annual El Reno Fried Onion Burger Day Festival, where the world's largest onion burger is cooked and served to the crowd. Fort Reno is located four miles west of the city and hosts the Tombstone Tales each fall, featuring Buffalo Soldiers, Indian scouts and World War II German prisoners of war sharing their stories.   Kick-off the start of summer each May with a trip to the Stilwell Strawberry Festival and enjoy free strawberries and ice cream plus endless family-friendly entertainment. Bid on plump, ripe strawberries harvested from local crops in the annual strawberry auction, see which lucky lady is crowned this year's Strawberry Queen or check out the Strawberry Festival Rodeo for exciting rodeo action. Nothing screams summer quite like biting into a Stilwell strawberry.   In 1949, the Oklahoma governor and legislature proclaimed Stilwell as the "Strawberry Capital of the World." Stilwell also serves as a gateway to Lake Tenkiller and Adair Park.   Make your way to Claremore for all the excitement of the annual Will Rogers Stampede PRCA Rodeo. Rodeo events include bull riding, barrel racing, team roping, mutton bustin' for the kids, rodeo clowns and a dance following the nightly performance. See area cowboys compete in steer wrestling, bareback riding, saddle bronc riding and more. Vendors will be on-site to sell Western wear and goods to the crowds. Pick up a cowboy hat and secure a spot in the stands for the Will Rogers Stampede PRCA Rodeo, an action-packed event you won't want to miss. Rodeo queens will also be on hand to lead the opening ceremonies.   Claremore also offers a historic downtown area full of unique shopping and dining experiences, the Belvidere Mansion, Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs and the JM Davis Arms & Historical Museum, among other interesting sites to see and things to do.   The Chuck Wagon Festival will include Liichokoshkomo', the Museum's interactive outdoor addition showcasing the diversity of the West with inter-tribal native dwellings, a pioneer village and interactive natural history features. Native American food samples will be available.   The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City is America's premier institution of Western history, art and culture. Founded in 1955, the Museum collects, preserves and exhibits an internationally renowned collection of Western art and artifacts while sponsoring dynamic educational programs to promote interest in the enduring legacy of the American West.   Oklahoma City embodies the Modern Frontier and defines its own future. A young city steeped in Native American and Western culture, openness, and an enterprising nature, OKC embraces its roots and continues to pave the way as a center of innovation and entrepreneurship.   #TravelOK #onlyinokshow #Oklahoma #MadeinOklahoma #oklaproud #podcast #okherewego #traveloklahoma #events  #May #festival #concert #music #Tulsa #okc #cowboy #german #rodeo #museum #claremore #food #Stilwell #chuckwagon #chickasawcountry #elreno #onionburger #pawnee

What's Up, Whittier?
EPISODE 135: THE NIXON STEAKHOUSE CHEF BRIAN KIEPLER @NIXONSTEAKHOUSE

What's Up, Whittier?

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 66:44


Listen in as Remo the Realtor & Jessie the Architect interview The Nixon Steakhouse Chef Brian Kiepler   THE NIXON STEAKHOUSE 13033 PHILADELPHIA STREET WHITTIER, CA 90601

Coach and Coordinator Podcast
Coaching In The NFL Vs. Coaching In College - Dave Shula, WR Coach, Dartmouth

Coach and Coordinator Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 37:47


On today's episode, we share a presentation from the 2nd Annual Lauren's First and Goal Virtual Clinic where Dave Shula, receivers coach for Dartmouth College shares his insight in having coached in both the NFL and college football. Coach Shula was the head coach of the Cincinnati Bengals, and also coached with the Dallas Cowboys and Miami Doplhins before leaving to pursue a business venture with Shula's Steak House. He is the son of legendary NFL coach Don Shula. His son Chris is the defensive pass game coordinator and defensive backs coach for the Super Bowl Champion Los Angeles Rams. Shownotes: -Background & family -Recruiting vs. drafting -People -Involvement -Schedule -The game: hashmarks, passing game rules and match-ups -Overlying principles of successful coaching

Heaping Spoonful
Chuck Taylor of Taylor's Steakhouse in Dumas, AR

Heaping Spoonful

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 33:22


Chuck Taylor, who along with his wife Pam owns and operates Taylor's Steakhouse in Dumas, called the Heaping Spoonful hotline to tell the story of how they succeeded wildly despite a super risky business proposition: serving top-quality, well-aged steaks in a metal building outside a tiny town in southeastern Arkansas.

Geekin' On WDW Podcast | A Family Friendly Community of Walt Disney World Fans | Travel tips on resorts, food, touring and fu

On episode 448, Amy Beckner, Danielle Johnson, Lauren Hawkins and Daniel Ginger review their G3 resorts, food, events and special moments on the last of 5 G3 2022 roundtable trip reports. Featuring: Polynesian, Grand Floridian, Pop, Saratoga Springs Skippers Canteen, Toledo, Spice Road Table, Tony's, ‘Ohana, Nomad Lounge, Steakhouse 71, Pop Food Court, Publix Subs, Space 220 Daniel : Wurthers Carmel popcorn now at MK, First times and special moments It get emotional again Contribute to the show at www.patreon.com/geekinonwdw Show tshirts available at our Teepublic store Email me at curt.stone@GeekinOnWDW.com Reach Momma and Auntie Judy for trip planning – TravelinTiaras@gmail.com

Focus AGRICOLTURA
STEAK HOUSE, TRATTORIA dall'OSTE tra le migliori del mondo

Focus AGRICOLTURA

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 1:14


Nella classifica mondiale delle migliori 101 steak house c'è anche Firenze. Il ristorante fiorentino premiato è la Trattoria dall'Oste, che rispetto agli altri anni, scala la graduatoria passando dal 42esimo posto al 27esimo, mentre a livello nazionale, non ha rivali e si classifica primo.

1923 Main Street: A Daddy Daughter Disney Travel Podcast
A Disney World Restaurant Makeover, Plus Easter Fun at Disney Resorts

1923 Main Street: A Daddy Daughter Disney Travel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 14:42


Narcoossee's to Undergo a Refurbishment this Summer Narcoossee's at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa will be unavailable as of June 18, 2022 as the restaurant undergoes refurbishment. Disney says they expect the location will re-open later in 2022 with an enhanced dining experience.  --Disneyland Forever Fireworks Spectacular Returns to Disneyland Park April 22Disneyland Resort is getting ready to “ignite the night” once again with the return of three nighttime spectaculars.It's all happening on Earth Day, April 22, 2022, when World of Color at Disney California Adventure Park and Main Street Electrical Parade and Disneyland Forever at Disneyland Park will make their long-awaited returns.“Disneyland Forever” originally debuted in 2015 for the 60th Anniversary Diamond Celebration and now promises a few new surprises for its "street to sky" return.As we mentioned in past news reports, when Disneyland Forever returns on April 22, it will run weekends only (Friday through Sunday). During the week “Mickey's Mix Magic” will present a high-energy, projections-only show from Monday through Thursday until late spring (no specific date has been announced). At that time, “Disneyland Forever” fireworks will then run nightly in the summer.--Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa is Offering Discounts for Fall TravelThis fall, Aulani resort on Oahu is offering a chance to save on select rooms for stays of 5 or more nights, with travel from August 23 through November 18 and November 26 through December 22, 2022.In true Disney style, the more you play, the less you pay: You can save up to 30% on select rooms for stays of 5 or more consecutive nights You can save up to 25% on select rooms for stays of 4 consecutive nights  If you book before May 4, 2022, your stay of 4 or more nights will include a $150 Resort credit.--Foodie Guide to Delicious Easter Goodies at Disney ParksIt's time to hop on over to Disney Parks because Easter is here and with that, tons of treats are waiting to fill up your Easter baskets.There are returning classics and adorable treats to enjoy at Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort. As always, Disney's Easter goodies are works of art in addition to being pretty great tasting. And, to make this year even more special and festive, the popular hand-crafted Easter egg displays are back and sprinkled across at least three Walt Disney World Resort hotels. Walt Disney World Resort Easter Egg Display at Disney's Beach Club Resort Lobby (available through April 17)Easter Egg Display at Disney's Contemporary Resort (available through April 20 on the 4th floor)Easter Egg Display at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa Lobby (available through April 18) Available at Multiple Resorts April 10 through 23  Coconut Sugar Bunny Cupcake: Carrot cake cupcake filled with pineapple topped with cream cheese buttercream and a coconut sugar bunny (available on Mobile Order) (New) Available at the following:  Landscape of Flavors at Disney's Art of Animation Resort Centertown Market at Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort  Sassagoula Floatworks at Disney's Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter  Riverside Mill at Disney's Port Orleans Resort – Riverside  Everything Pop at Disney's Pop Century Resort  Disney's All-Star Movies Resort, Disney's All-Star Music Resort, and Disney's All-Star Sports Resort World Premiere Food Court, Intermission Food Court, and End Zone Food Court (available on Mobile Order from April 10 through 23)  Spring Into Easter: Strawberry mousse with blueberry compote and lemon curd on vanilla cake (New) Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge The Mara (available on Mobile Order from April 10 through 17)  Raspberry Fields: Pistachio financier, raspberry gelée, lemon curd, and a white chocolate glaçage (New) Disney's BoardWalk Inn Belle Vue Lounge (available through April 30)  Cotton Tails Daiquiri: Captain Morgan Original Spiced Rum, Chambord liqueur, pure cane syrup, lime juice, and raspberry garnished with an orange peel (New) BoardWalk Bakery (available on Mobile Order from April 10 through 17)  Chocolate-covered Strawberry ‘Carrots': Strawberries dipped in orange-colored white chocolate and striped to resemble carrots (New)  Easter Moon Pie: Sugar cookies with marshmallow filing, dipped in semisweet chocolate and decorated with holiday décor (New)  Coconut Macaroon Nest: Traditional giant coconut macaroon with pastel chocolate and sprinkles and crunch candy Easter eggs (New)  Cannoli: Traditional cannoli with pastel holiday décor Mickey Brownie: Ganache brownies with holiday sprinkles BoardWalk Joe's (available through April 30)  Easter Basket: Empress Gin, Bols Crème de Banana liqueur, grenadine, and pineapple smoothie garnished with a candied marshmallow (New)  Leaping Horse (available through April 30)  The Easter Hunt: Parrot Bay Coconut Rum, Midori Liqueur, and piña colada garnished with maraschino cherries and a candied marshmallow (New)  Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort Spyglass Grill This location will be opening its doors once again on April 14! Coconut Sugar Bunny Cupcake: Carrot cake cupcake filled with pineapple and topped with cream cheese buttercream and a coconut sugar bunny (available April 14 through 23) Disney's Contemporary Resort  California Grill (available on April 17) Three-course Dinner: Three-course tasting menu for the 50th Anniversary Celebration with an Easter-themed dessert enhancement (New)  Chef Mickey's (available on April 17)  Carrot Cake Cupcakes: Mini carrot cake cupcake topped with cream cheese icing, coconut, and a sugar carrot (New)  Contempo Cafe (available on Mobile Order through April 20)  Easter Bunny Cupcake: Carrot cake filled with cream cheese icing topped with buttercream and white chocolate bunny ears (New)  Easter Chocolate Bark: Dark chocolate bark topped with jellybeans and sprinkles (New)  Easter Macarons: Assorted macarons filled with raspberry marshmallow, lemon buttercream, and dark chocolate ganache (New)  Easter Sugar Cookie Sandwich: Sugar cookies with strawberry marshmallow buttercream and sprinkles (New)  Steakhouse 71  Easter Brunch: Enjoy favorites from Steakhouse 71 breakfast and lunch menus, along with an Easter dessert available for purchase (available on April 17) (New)  Seasonal Pancakes: Lemon-blueberry ricotta pancakes (New) Disney's Coronado Springs ResortBarcelona Lounge Bird of Paradise Refresher: Strawberry, lemonade, passionfruit juice and passionfruit boba on ice (non-alcoholic) (New)  Cinnamon Twist Cold Brew: Cold brew coffee, sweet cream, and cinnamon syrup topped with cinnamon whipped cream and a dash of cinnamon dust (non-alcoholic) (New) Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa Gasparilla Island Grill (available on Mobile Order through April 18)  Peanut Butter Bunny Cookie: Peanut butter cookie cup with buttercream, sugar bunny, and spring sprinkles (New)  Bunny Blondie Pop: Brown butter blondie with mini chocolate chips, and dried cherries enrobed in white chocolate to resemble a bunny (New)  Spring Birds Nest Donut: Chocolate sponge cake donut glazed and garnished with a crunchy chocolate nest and sugar eggs (New)  Narcoossee's (available on April 17) Easter Overlay on Existing DessertsThe Grand Cottage at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa Lobby (available through April 18)  Offerings including the Carrot Blondie Pop, The Grand Combo, Carrot Coffee Cake, Grand Egg, Artisan Marshmallows, Confetti Cake Popcorn, Mickey Whoopie Pie, Crispy Rice Egg, Baby Chick Cupcake, Spring Garden Dessert, Hot Cross Buns, Chocolate Chip Sandwich Cookie, Dark Chocolate Bunny, and Raspberry Minnie FudgeDisney's Old Key West Resort  Good's Food to Go  Spring Time Cupcake: Yellow cupcake filled with lemon curd topped with strawberry buttercream and a butterfly white chocolate garnish and springtime quins (available April 12 through June 10) (New)  Carrot Cake: Carrot cake with cream cheese icing and white chocolate carrot garnish (available April 12 through 17) (New)  Easter Chick Brownie: Fudge brownie with dark and white chocolate garnish to look like a hatching chick (available April 12 through 17) (New) Olivia's Cafe (available April 16 through 17)  Easter Dessert Trio: A trio of mini desserts including fruit tart, chocolate cupcake with Easter quins, and a strawberry lemon bar (New) Disney's Polynesian Village Resort Capt. Cook's (available on Mobile Order from April 10 through 17)  Hoppy Easter Cupcake: Vanilla cupcake with raspberry fluff filling, buttercream, chocolate easter bunny, and jellybeans (New)  Easter Bunny Dome Cake: Carrot dome cake, cream cheese filling, white chocolate glaçage, buttercream, and rice paper butterfly  Pineapple Lanai (available April 16 through 18)   Easter Soft-serve: Pink vanilla soft-serve with toasted marshmallow flavors topped with Easter sprinklesDisney's Riviera Resort Le Petit Cafe (available April 16 through 17)  Strawberry Milk Chocolate Bunny: Milk chocolate mousse filled with strawberry cheesecake (New)  Topolino's Terrace (available April 16 through 17)   Caramel Cream Easter Egg: Vanilla mousse, caramel center, dark chocolate shell, pistachio crumble, and chocolate sorbet (New) Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa The Artist's Palette (available on Mobile Order from April 12 through 17)  Easter Chick Brownie: Fudge brownie with dark and white chocolate garnish to look like a hatching chick (New)  Carrot Cake Cupcake: Carrot cake cupcake with roasted pineapple filling topped with cream cheese icing and pastel-colored white chocolate bunny (New)  Easter Bundt Cake: Confetti bundt cake filled with a white chocolate mousse and green grass buttercream topped with colorful jellybeans (New) Disney's Wilderness Lodge  Roaring Fork (available on Mobile Order)  Chocolate Bunny: Dark chocolate bunny with Easter quins and jellybeans (available April 16 through 17) (New)  Bunny Cupcake: Carrot cupcake with cream cheese icing topped with a white chocolate confetti cake pop bunny (available April 16 through 18) (New)  Disney's Yacht & Beach Club ResortThe Beach Club Marketplace and The Market at Ale and Compass (available on Mobile Order through April 17)  Easter Cupcake: Mickey vanilla cupcake filled with vanilla mousse and decorated like a bouquet of flowers Mickey & Minnie Easter Eggs: Chocolate Easter egg decorated to look like Mickey and Minnie with a Happy Easter tag Trio of Fudge: Strawberry fudge, orange white chocolate fudge, and a rich dark chocolate fudge (New) Easter Chocolate Cookie Lollipop: An Easter chocolate cookie sandwich lollipop (New)  Cookies & Cream Cheesecake: Cookies and cream flavored cheesecake with a dark chocolate cookie crumble base, ganache, cookie crumbles, and modeling chocolate bunny décor (New)  Robin's Egg Blueberry Macaroons: Three large robin-colored macaroons filled with a ring of blueberry ganache, and a blueberry jam center on a crispy chocolate nest (New)  Lemon Crinkle Cookies: A pack of three brightly colored lemon-flavored crinkle cookies Disney Springs Amorette's Patisserie (available April 14 through 17)  Easter Trifle: Carrot cake, cream cheese mousse, carrot cake croutons, and malted Easter eggs (New) The Ganachery (available April 1 through 17)  Bourbon Boozy Bunnies: Chocolate bunnies filled with sipping chocolate and bourbon (non-alcohol version available) Minnie Easter Piñata: Chocolate sphere filled with candied Easter eggs Sprinkles (available April 11 through 17)   Easter Fancy Sprinkle: Birthday cake topped with vanilla buttercream and finished with exclusive Easter sprinkles Chocolate Bunny: Dark chocolate cake, chocolate ganache core, chocolate cream cheese frosting topped with a ladle of chocolate ganache (New)  Disney's Vero Beach ResortWind and Waves Grill (available on April 17)  Easter Brunch: Includes house-made hot cross buns, chicken and waffles, Monte Cristo sandwiches, omelet station, brunch beverage specials, and more!Disneyland Resort Disney's Grand Californian Hotel & Spa GCH Craftsman Grill (available through April 17)  Easter Donut: Vanilla cake donut dipped in milk chocolate and decorated with Easter carrot décor (New)  Easter Cupcake: Coconut cupcake with pineapple buttercream (New) GCH Holiday Cart (available through April 17)  Mickey-shaped Bunny Cereal Treat: Crisped rice dipped in white chocolate with coconut tail (New) Easter Carrot Cake Loaf: Carrot cake with cream cheese icing (New)  Mickey-shaped Easter Basket Cookie: Vanilla sugar cookies dipped in white chocolate and decorated with royal icing and jellybeans (New) Easter Treat Box: Includes sugar cookies with Easter sprinkles, dulce Easter cookies, and Easter chocolate bark (New) Easter Egg Mickey Cookie: Vanilla sugar cookie dipped in white chocolate layered with apricot jam (New) Minnie Bunny Ears Cookie: Vanilla sugar cookie dipped in milk chocolate and decorated with chocolate and rolled fondant (New) Easter Yogurt Mini Pretzel Bag (New) Easter Chocolate Bunny (New) Easter Chocolate Chip Cookie Shot (available with milk or liqueur) (New) Easter Double Chocolate Cookie Shot (available with milk or liqueur) (New) Storytellers Cafe (available April 17) Easter Buffet: Enjoy a delicious buffet with the whole family and even some special character appearances.  Disneyland Hotel Goofy's Kitchen (available April 17) Easter Buffet: Indulge in delicious dishes at this fun-filled feast with characters.Downtown Disney District Sprinkles (available April 11 through 17)  Easter Fancy Sprinkle: Birthday cake topped with vanilla buttercream and finished with exclusive Easter sprinkles Chocolate Bunny: Dark chocolate cake, chocolate ganache core, chocolate cream cheese frosting topped with a ladle of chocolate ganache (New) Catal Restaurant (available April 16 through 17)  Easter Special Two-course Brunch: Choose from items like smoked salmon, chilaquiles, or Monte Cristo to name a few!--Thank You for Listening to the Disney Travel PodcastThank you very much for listening to this episode, Amelia and I hope that you enjoyed it. If you did, we would be very grateful if you could rate, review and subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts/iTunes (or on whichever app you choose to listen). A brief review about what you liked most about an episode truly helps to keep the show going by exposing it to new listeners. We look forward to continue producing new episodes each week.Sharing the podcast with your friends and on social media is also extremely helpful and very much appreciated.Shop 1923 Main StreetFeel free to visit our 1923 Main Street® Disney merchandise shop where we have hundreds of unique and original Disney-inspired t-shirts, leggings, clothing, mugs, phone cases and much more. You'll find everything from 1923 Main Street logo merchandise to custom created authentic Disney-inspired originals, including lots of great patterns for leggings and other items.Contact 1923 Main StreetThank you for listening to the Disney Travel News Podcast at 1923MainStreet.com. As always, we love to get feedback and questions from our listeners and to hear your suggestions and ideas for future episodes.Please be sure to follow along on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook.Thank you for listening and have a magical day!Mike Belobradic and Amelia Belobradic--Media provided by Jamendo

Your Morning Show's War Of The Roses
He Had To Much Cash!

Your Morning Show's War Of The Roses

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 12:01


Emily and Dominic have been taking for 5months and she noticed that he only has cash and uses cash for dinner payments and she has never been inside his place. We call Dominic pretending to be from Morton's Steakhouse to see if Dominic would like a 100 gift card for helping us out with the service of the restaurant. Find out what‘s really going on in today's all NEW War of the Roses!

Geekin' On WDW Podcast | A Family Friendly Community of Walt Disney World Fans | Travel tips on resorts, food, touring and fu
5 Geeks Review 8 Resorts, 8 Restaurants, 6 Treats And First Time G3 Fun – Ep. 447

Geekin' On WDW Podcast | A Family Friendly Community of Walt Disney World Fans | Travel tips on resorts, food, touring and fu

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 103:46


On episode 447, Noreen VanDoren, Holly Fitch, Tom Ellison, Travis Detrick and Jen Moynihan Wynn review their G3 experiences including resorts, restaurants, food, first time experiences and favorite memories from G3. Featuring: Old Key West Grand Villa, Bay Lake Tower, Beach Club, Pop Century, French Quarter, Kidani, Royal Pacific Universal, Boardwalk Yak & Yeti, Space 220, Trattoria al Forno, Brown Derby Lounge, Boma, Winners at Festival of the Arts booths, Publix Subs favorites, Toledo, Wine Bar George, Steakhouse 71, AK corn on the cob, Mussles, Ahi Tuna Nachos, Gideons Cookies, First times – Sangria University, Dessert Party, USA Bathing Suites, Nomad Lounge, Yee Ha Bob, Liberty Boat, Memorable Moments – a little emotional on the time spent with friends. Contribute to the show at www.patreon.com/geekinonwdw Show tshirts available at our Teepublic store Email me at curt.stone@GeekinOnWDW.com Reach Momma and Auntie Judy for trip planning – TravelinTiaras@gmail.com

Podford University
Podford Review: Outback Steakhouse Fantasy Draft

Podford University

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 65:37


For our 10th episode, we've decided to really celebrate. Things are good, the world is right, and our outlook on life is as positive as ever. So, what better way to keep those good vibes going than by scouring Outback Steakhouse's mouth-watering menu, and holding a fantasy draft for a 4-course meal with your best buds? If you think of a better way, you can tweet at us or something because we're always on the prowl for great ideas, but in the meantime you can enjoy this podcast where we capture the aforementioned fantasy draft in audio form. You're welcome and enjoy! Fantasy Draft Picks Cocktails / Drinks Joe: Sauza Gold Coast 'Rita Brandon: Boomarita Vin: NEW! Blueberry Lavender Lemonade Appetizers Vin: Aussie Cheese Fries Brandon: Bloomin' Onion Joe: Gold Coast Shrimp Sides Joe: Baked Potatoe Brandon: French Onion Soup Vin: Loaded Mashed Potatoes Entrees Vin: Bloomin' Fried Chicken Sandwich Brandon: Bloomin' Burger Joe: Bloomin' Friend Chicken Coldies All: Bloomin' Blonde Ale 2nd Appetizer All: Bloomin' Fried Shrimp Desserts Joe: Triple Layer Carrot Cake Brandon: Thunder & Lightning Vin: Salted Caramel Cookie Skillet

ZorkCast powered by TravelZork
Season 7 - Episode 126 You Never Send Me Loving Cards

ZorkCast powered by TravelZork

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 38:01


After a minor hiatus, TravelZork is back! Despite the title of this week's episode, we're not going to be discussing our love lives. Instead, we're diving into how you can work around the dramatic rise in flight prices, why you should never, ever use a debit card or cash to pay for your hotel deposit (credit card is the only way to go!), miles&points twitter “wars,” iconic Vegas related podcasts, and some insights into the fury that was released when Caesars Rewards revoked (“claw-back”) Diamond Status from some tier match people. Our Casinos in History moment for this week is the Steak House at Circus Circus; don't be put off by the mention of Circus Circus; the Steak House is really worth a visit (Michael is even putting it into his birthday itinerary for this year!). We end off with some words of wisdom from Steve about why you shouldn't delay the Vegas trip you've wanted to do. Want to contact us or share something?Chat to TravelZork, ZorkCast and TravelZork Travel!Email us at:tips@travelzork.com--------------------------------------------Book your next trip with TravelZork Travel!Luxury Hotel Program for Las Vegas and WorldwideBook today:Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World Las Vegas - Hilton Impresario Program--------------------------------------------Links for episode 126I Understand the Four Seasons Obsessions Now Miles to Go PodcastFive Hundy by Midnight Podcast  360 Vegas Podcast The Steak House at Circus Circus  The Steak House at Circus Circus is a Bastion of Old-School Charm Travel Fanboy VegasDuffy on Twitter  LasVegasUK on Twitter  Join The TravelZork Facebook Group - lots of great travel and casino loyalty conversations!--------------------------------------------Support the show! VISIT ZorkOfferwww.zorkoffer.comFoundersCard Membership ProgramSupport the show (https://travelzork.com/travel-deals/usa-miles-points-credit-card-offers/)

Dad Meat
Madea Steakhouse pt. 1 w/ Robbie Goodwin & Mike Figs

Dad Meat

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 61:55


We're joined by Mike Figs and Robbie Goodwin of Young Guns Podcast and we're discussing unique steaks, leaving Yelp reviews on painkillers and confronting your baby mama's new man.     

For the Record
Masvidal vs Covington 2 From the streets to the steakhouse

For the Record

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2022 36:05


Quick recap on this weeks events with UFC fighters Jorge Masvidal and Colby Covington and their ongoing feud. Also, Upcoming fight talks and predictions

Cheftimony
Snapshot: Dinner with Oscar

Cheftimony

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2022 12:50


Join me with friends new and very new for our discussion at Oscar's Steakhouse in Downtown Las Vegas just before hearing from former Vegas mayor and criminal defence lawyer, Oscar Goodman. Detailed show notes are at the Cheftimony website.

Audio Roleplays by JayeWilde
Cooking with Jaye: Steakhouse Mushrooms

Audio Roleplays by JayeWilde

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2022 6:17


A good Steak deserves and even better mushroom: Ingredients 2 tablespoons butter 1 1/2 pounds cremini mushrooms including stems (brushed clean and ends trimmed) 6 cloves garlic (sliced thin) 1/2 medium sweet onion (cut into 1/4-inch slices) Sprinkle of kosher salt 3/4 cup sweet red wine 1/4 cup strong beef stock​ Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper to taste Steps to Make It Place a large, deep, heavy skillet over medium-high heat. When the skillet is hot, melt the butter, and swirl to coat the bottom of the pan. Add the mushrooms, garlic, and sweet onions. Toss gently to coat the vegetables in the butter. Sprinkle with salt, and cook, stirring occasionally, until the mushrooms release their liquid, about 5 minutes. Continue to saute until the liquid has almost evaporated. Add the red wine and beef stock. Reduce the heat, and simmer until the liquid has reduced by half, about another 5 minutes. Taste, and add additional salt and pepper if needed. Serve as a side with broiled or grilled steaks or as a side dish for any protein entree. Recipe Link https://www.thespruceeats.com/steakhouse-sauteed-mushrooms-recipe-1809412" --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jaye-wilde/support

Nashville Restaurant Radio
Kala Ellis- Beverage Director- The Oak Steakhouse and O-Ku

Nashville Restaurant Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 68:32


I had so much fun talking to Kala. She is a shining star in this industry, and I just loved her perspective. For someone who doesn't drink, her take was so inclusive. I love what she is doing at her restaurants, and I hope you are able to take something away from this interview too. #cheers! Brandon This episode is brought to you by GigPro, Supersource and What Chefs Want --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/brandon-styll/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brandon-styll/support

Zodi-Hacks
Episode 67- Zodiac Steakhouse And Grille (w/Vegan Options)

Zodi-Hacks

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 93:24


Food; We all eat it, and a lot of us go out to eat it in these things called restaurants. So what the heck does astrology have to do with all that? Nothing, really! But Nick and John talk about restaurants and what their associated zodiac sign would be, along with their own personal opinions about the restaurant. Order up!

The Dark Ride
Sloppy Steakhouse 71

The Dark Ride

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 53:59


This week on an all new episode of ‘The Dark Ride', we head back to the digital bar to get our nosh of nectar on. Get your knives and forks ready cause its time to dig in to the contemporary hotels newest digs. What would happen if the world of mad men descended on central Florida and was lit as if they were filming the Hollywood fake moon landing. If you like Ikea furniture and cafeteria style seating mixed with your high end meats, boy oh boy do we have the establishment for you. Join Adriane and Ryan as we play “Drink That Restaurant” with Steakhouse 71. Will this roadhouse of ribeyes be the chefs kiss, or will the hanger steaks be hangin' on by a thread? There is only one way to find out.

Our Savings Starts Tomorrow
Palm Springs- Just Because It's Crowded Doesn't Mean It's Coachella

Our Savings Starts Tomorrow

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2022 23:24


Jon and Jenn explore Palm Springs on a busy weekend. No, it wasn't "Coachella" or "Stagecoach", it was the BNP Open! That's tennis, by the way. It turns out that Palm Springs is home to more than just golfers and tennis fans. It is a destination for bachelorette parties and weddings as well. You can even stay at Frank Sinatra's old house. Jon and Jenn tell explain why the JW Mariott is the best hotel to stay at, why you need to eat at LG's Steakhouse and how you can be as classy as you want while riding an aerial tram. Please make sure to support our sponsors! Including Q for Quinn: Organic cotton socks for the entire family https://www.qforquinn.com/discount/SAVINGS Also, Hydronique Hydration, the perfect powder to keep you hydrated while traveling https://hydroniquehydration.com/ And Heart Soul Heat, craft spicy honey for die hard foodies heartsoulheat.com Follow us on Instagram @OurSavingsStartsTomorrow

AIR JORDAN: A FOOD PODCAST
Another Sh*t Steakhouse, L.A. James Beards, and Restaurant Pet Peeves

AIR JORDAN: A FOOD PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2022 41:42


Jordan is joined by Shapiro to talk another horrific steakhouse experience, Max's underworld wine relationships and his upcoming foodie vacation, and what waiters and chefs are generally getting wrong.

Vegas Circle
Amanda Signorelli | Golden Steer Steakhouse | Vegas Circle Podcast

Vegas Circle

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 25:34


Paki & Chris invite the CEO of Golden Steer Steak Company @goldensteersteakco and Managing Partner of Golden Steer Steakhouse @goldensteerlv MRS. AMANDA SIGNORELLI @signorelliamanda to join the CIRCLE for Episode 85.

Chef AF
An Executive Chef That Takes "Comfort" in his Culinary Point Of View

Chef AF

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 33:34


The next generation of culinary artisans are changing up the industry. These artisans have a whole new approach to reaching and satisfying the next generation consumer. In this podcast we will explore chefs and artisans from around the world diving into their story and passion.In this episode of Chef AF, Pepe talks with Alex Sadowsky, Executive Chef at Twin Peaks to discuss his humble beginning in an industry that he quickly fell in love with while working his way up in a variety of kitchens, his passion for comfort food and how a childhood sandwich would become a signature recipe.Sadowsky talks about entering the industry as a dishwasher out of necessity and quickly learned that he'd found his calling. He talks about admiring other Chefs, reading their books and consuming as much knowledge as possible as he worked his way up in the kitchen, and into The Culinary Institute of America where he immersed himself in his culinary education.Sadowsky shares that following graduation he returned home to Minnesota and decided he wanted to gain even more experience. He says, “I worked my way through all these kitchens and tried to get a little bit of experience with everything you know, from Diners to Fine Dining, Seafood, Steakhouse, Country Clubs.” At one point he even owned two bars and grills where he really started to lean into cooking and serving comfort food.Sadowsky talks about growing tired of the cold weather in Minnesota and being ready to relocate to someplace warmer when a chance call with his best friend from culinary school, encouraged him to relocate to Texas. Once there Sadowsky joined a great company emerging in the Gastro Pub trend. It was during this time that Sadowsky says he was able to work directly with little farmers, create farm to table dishes and open up a lot of new concepts for the company.Sadowsky talks about becoming the Executive Chef at Twin Peaks and how it opened up the opportunity to take his love for comfort food to the next level first Nationally, and then scaling it Internationally with the company. Sadowsky shares details on a new comfort recipe that was inspired by his favorite food as a child. He says, “I love to talk about this! Okay I was addicted when I was a little kid to eating fried baloney sandwiches and I would put the potato chips right on the sandwich and I don't think I'm the only one. And, right now it seems like Bologna is having a big comeback.” So much so that he has created a special dish in honor of it!Chef shares with us his recipe for [Potato Chip Crusted Bologna], an inexpensive dish that he developed with hopes that it will bring back fond memories and make a bunch of people happy.Tune into the podcast to learn more about Chef Sadowsky's thoughts on virtual brands, comfort foods and labor shortages in the restaurant, on Chef AF “It's All Food” or you can listen at iTunes Now!Produced by Lisa Pepe

Ash Said It® Daily
Cattle Shed's Monthly Wine Dinner

Ash Said It® Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 6:19


Cattle Shed Wine & Steak Bar, the upscale Alpharetta eatery from Big Table Restaurants offering chef-driven, seasonal dishes, will host a monthly wine dinner starting April 5. “Our general manager and sommelier Chris Reid will carefully pick each month's wine offerings to offer our guests a unique experience,” says Sean Yeremyan, Big Table Restaurants owner. “Executive Chef Olivia Hurst has planned a perfectly paired menu of five courses – including salmon carpaccio, mascarpone ravioli, and a cowboy-cut ribeye – highlighting the season's best ingredients.” Cattle Shed's wine dinners will take place on the first Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. and will include intriguing wine education throughout the evening. The cost is $125 per person, plus tax and gratuity. Space is limited; guests can reserve a spot by calling 770-559-8749. Visit www.cattleshedwinebar.com for additional information. About Big Table Restaurants Owned by husband-and-wife restaurateurs Sean and Becky Yeremyan, Big Table Restaurants is comprised of two unique dining concepts: HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern and Cattle Shed Wine & Steak Bar, along with Big Table Events & Catering. With locations in Brookhaven (404-464-8971), Dunwoody (470-395-7904), Forsyth's Halcyon community (470-448-4572), and Atlantic Station (404-343-2800), HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern offers tavern fare with Southern flair in a welcoming environment for lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch. Cattle Shed Wine & Steak Bar, located in the Halcyon mixed-use development in Forsyth County, is an upscale wine and steak bar serving seasonal, chef-driven dishes including premium steak cuts, small plates, and charcuterie boards along with an immense selection of more than 150 wines, aperitifs, craft cocktails and sangria. Big Table Events & Catering offers catering in private and semi-private areas of Big Table Restaurant locations and at off-site locations. Additional services include customized menus, audio-visual services, and floral arrangements and décor. About the show: ► Website: http://www.ashsaidit.com ► Got Goli Gummies? https://go.goli.com/1loveash5 ► For $5 in ride credit, download the Lyft app using my referral link: https://www.lyft.com/ici/ASH584216 ► Want the ‘coldest' water? https://thecoldestwater.com/?ref=ashleybrown12 ► Become A Podcast Legend: http://ashsaidit.podcastersmastery.zaxaa.com/s/6543767021305 ► Review Us: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ash-said-it/id1144197789 ► SUBSCRIBE HERE: http://www.youtube.com/c/AshSaidItSuwanee ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/1loveash ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ashsaidit ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/1loveAsh ► Blog: http://www.ashsaidit.com/blog ► Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/1LoveAsh/ #atlanta #ashsaidit #ashsaidthat #ashblogsit #ashsaidit® Ash Brown is a gifted American producer, blogger, speaker, media personality and event emcee. The blog on AshSaidit.com showcases exclusive event invites, product reviews and so much more. Her motivational podcast "Ash Said It Daily" is available on major media platforms such as iTunes, Spotify, iHeart Radio & Google Podcasts. This program has over half a million streams worldwide. She uses these mediums to motivate & encourage her audience in the most powerful way. She keeps it real!

WDW Beyond The Gates Podcast
Episode #415 - Walt Disney World News

WDW Beyond The Gates Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 54:31


Episode #415 - Walt Disney World News In this week's episode of the WDW Beyond the Gates podcast, Mike & Gary discuss the recent news coming out of Walt Disney World, including the possible end of the Hoop Dee Du Revue and brunch at Steakhouse 71! Thanks for listening, Mike & Gary

Retirement Planning - Redefined
Ep 44: Do You Have A Money Bias? And How Much Is It Costing You?

Retirement Planning - Redefined

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 23:06


On this episode, we'll breakdown a recent CNBC article that analyzes a recent Morningstar study. The study found that most of us have at least one money bias, some of us more than one, and that those biases are very possibly costing us money in our checking, savings, investing and retirement accounts. Listen to see if you might be impacted by a specific money bias and for strategies to get it back under control. Helpful Information: CNBC Article: https://cnb.cx/3KKXSHf PFG Website: https://www.pfgprivatewealth.com/ Contact: 813-286-7776 Email: info@pfgprivatewealth.com Disclaimer: PFG Private Wealth Management, LLC is a registered investment adviser. All statements and opinions expressed are based upon information considered reliable although it should not be relied upon as such. Any statements or opinions are subject to change without notice. Information presented is for educational purposes only and does not intend to make an offer or solicitation for the sale or purchase of any specific securities, investments, or investment strategies. Investment involve risk and, unless otherwise stated, are not guaranteed. Information expressed does not take into account your specific situation or objectives and is not intended as recommendations appropriate for any individual. Listeners are encouraged to seek advice from a qualified tax, legal, or investment adviser to determine whether any information presented may be suitable for their specific situation. Past performance is not indicative of future performance. Transcript of Today's Show: For a full transcript of today's show, visit the blog related to this episode at https://www.pfgprivatewealth.com/podcast/ ----more---- Mark: Hey, everybody. Welcome back to the podcast. It's another addition of Retirement Planning - Redefined with John and Nick from PFG Private Wealth. We got to fun and interesting podcast this week to talk about, money biases and what those are, and are they costing you a little bit? If you have a money bias and you're going to be probably surprised to find out that you indeed do most people, I think do have biases about a lot of things. So, that's going to be on the podcast this go around. And of course, if you've got questions you need some help, always reach out to theguys@pfgprivatewealth.com. That's p-f-g, private wealth.com. John, what's going on, buddy? How you doing?   John: Hey, doing good. How are you?   Mark: Hanging in there. Doing pretty well. We were chatting a little bit off air and just talking about life, moaning and groaning a little bit, but overall you're doing okay? Hanging in there?   John: Yeah. Yeah. We, we just wrapped up a golf tournament that we hosted with Bern's Steakhouse. It's our second one.   Mark: Nice.   John: Yeah. Finalizing the numbers, but looking like a pretty decent donation to a couple of local Tampa charities here, which are Blue Star Families and then Jackson In Action, 83 Foundation, both a military base. So, so we're excited. It was a great event and we look forward to delivering the check soon.   Mark: That's fantastic. Awesome. Nick, how you doing my friend?   Nick: Doing pretty good. It's been a little bit of a crazy month, but have some vacation coming up, which will be nice, although I'm going to Key West and it'll be my first time going there, so...   Mark: Okay.   Nick: I'm looking forward to seeing what that's like.   Mark: Well, I don't know how you're getting there, but I filled up my truck yesterday and it cost me triple digits for the first time. It was over a hundred bucks.   Nick: Yeah. Luckily I'm flying. So...   Mark: All right.   Nick: We're good to go.   Mark: Well, the inflation numbers came in for February 7.9%. I don't know if you guys saw that at the time we're taping that they just came out this morning, so yay. Right? So people are definitely frustrated and we're kind of concerned. There's a lot going on, obviously the stuff in the world and the market's been reacting to that inflation is up. And so I thought it would be interesting to kind of have this chat. And we were talking about these money biases and how we feel about some of the different things. And I thought maybe it'd be a good idea to share some of this stuff with the listeners. So what we'll do is we'll also put a link to the article. This was a CNBC article guys, that was based off a Morningstar study. And I'll let you guys talk about Morningstar if you'd like to, just to explain that to the folks in a second.   Mark: But the study found that most of us have at least one money bias, some of us more than others, and that biases are very possibly costing us additional money in our checking, savings, or investing in retirement accounts. So, we'll see how this kind of impacts you and you'll kind of learn a little bit about this along the way. So a couple of key points before we dive in is that everybody has different attitudes about money. No real shock there, right? We know that, but that new behavioral financial study from Morningstar found that 98% of the respondents exhibited one or more. So when we say just about everybody has one, that's pretty true and that they are likely costing them some money. So we'll jump right in and get going here and with take away number one. Nick, what are the four main biases that they talked about and that you guys see?   Nick: Yeah, we really wanted to kind of focus on this with this chaotic as the beginning of the year has been. we think that people taking a little self inventory on, on how they might make some decisions would be beneficial. So right. The first bias is called a present bias or really kind of like present time. So really what this focus is on is kind of the tendency to go for immediate rewards over long term goals, or, the good old instant gratification. I would say that, what's interesting is, this can definitely be different for different age bands. So for people that, kind of like in that baby boomer era, they have their toes in this, for sure, whereas younger clients definitely. I would say it's a little bit more dominant just because of the things that they're used to and convenience and instant gratification.   Mark: Sure. The world we have. Yeah.   Nick: Yeah, for sure. And I think this is something that's real important because this become a stronger and stronger bias just with things that we're used to like news cycles and stuff like that. So, so that's, that's the first one.   Mark: Well, let, let me ask you a follow up on that real quick, Nick, before you move on. So with that present bias basically like it's that idea of, I feel like I need to do something now. Right? So like we'll use the market falling as an example. Right this minute we're down about 10% I think in the S&P or into a correction, I guess officially. So I must... I must need to do something now, so I can see the response, the immediate response. That way I feel like I've done something that's really what a present bias is.   Nick: Yep. Very much reactionary.   Mark: Okay.   Nick: Typically, and usually for most people, taking action at something like this, it's oftentimes too late. So that can really turn into this kind of yo-yo effect of, waiting where this is one of the things that lead people to buy high in sell low, which is kind of the opposite.   Mark: Which is the wrong. Yeah. Okay.   Nick: Yeah.   Mark: So that's the first one.   Nick: Yep. And then second one, is what's called base rate neglect. So really what happens is, this is kind of focused on how you judge the probability of something happening based upon new information, while you essentially ignore your original assumptions. So this is something where, for example, the whole concept of best laid plans. So this is where planning can really come into play, where might get a call from a client that, maybe it's a certain sector of the market. Hey, I want, I really want to jump into this certain sector of the market and they're not taking into consideration that maybe they already have exposure to that.   Nick: Or again, maybe it's a little bit too late and they're forgetting all of the effort and all the time that has been put into kind of creating the overall plan and then overreacting to good or bad news. And, this is definitely something like, for example, for myself, right. That I have to have, people remind me, I know that this is something that happens to me where it's like, because I do try to consume a lot of information and process, a lot of information and news where, dependent upon what's going on. This can kind of throw me a little bit for it.   Mark: I gotcha. So let, let me, John, let me of get you in here on this for a quick second. So for example, what I'm hearing then, so the NASDAQ for example, is technically into bear territory now, cause it's down 20 plus percent. So people calling up and saying, Hey, I need to get out of tech might be an example of this base rate neglect because they're seeing the current situation and they're reacting to the news versus does it make sense for their overall long term strategy?   John: Yeah. A hundred percent. It's the whole, kind of going into behavioral finance where it's, you're selling out when, when you shouldn't be, in reality, now's the time you know, if, as Nick mentioned, it's probably too late at this point.   Mark: Sure. Right.   John: It may be best just to stay of the course and stay in it, but a hundred percent that's kind of what we typically see.   Mark: Okay. All right. Go ahead Nick, what the third one for us?   Nick: Sure. So third one is overconfidence. This is an interesting one. Also, one that I know that I have a bias, where it's the whole concept of putting too much weight in your own abilities to make good financial decisions.   Mark: Sure. Yeah.   Nick: So, another way to think about this can be, is wanting to be right. And we tend to all want to be right. But then sometimes we will, double down or not take into consideration a concept of like a sunk cost where Hey, we're not always going to be right. And sometimes it's okay to make mistakes. You just want to learn from that. Oh definitely. And not double down, triple down, that sort of thing. So understanding that there's law of large numbers and there's efficiencies in different areas of the market and or planning. So being over confident, and again, this is something where if you look at the pie, you want to have your plan, your investment strategy, all that you want that pie to be, around 90% or so of the very strong part of your fundamental long term plan.   Nick: So sometimes having some of these biases on a small portion will help you really learn, usually people don't, they try to do it on a much larger portion. So that's a little bit of a takeaway too, is in moderation. Some of these things can be good because there are places where you can have a lot of upside that if you do it with the right amount of money and you take a little bit of risk with a smaller amount of money can help you kind of work through some of these biases without over overacting over correcting.   Mark: Oh, definitely. And if you think about the overconfidence bias here, Nick, I mean, we've basically been on a 12 year run, 12 plus year run with the market. So everybody's been feeling pretty confident. I mean, 1920 and 21 all finished up with double digit years.   Nick: Right.   Mark: So it's easy to feel confident when, when everything's going up, everybody's a genius, right?   Nick: Oh yeah.   Mark: So it's when it's going down that you start to get a little more concerned and maybe that overconfidence comes into play. And since we mentioned down, go ahead and go to the fourth one, which is the final one.   Nick: Sure. So the fourth one is going to be loss aversion. So a classic case of this is, because there's different types of risk as well. And one of the risks that we talk about sometimes are inflationary risks, which we're seeing now. So in other words, for people that might be way too heavy in cash over prolonged period of time, or they're afraid to take any sort of risk, they don't necessarily think about the trade off. So they, again, this is the concept of having a plan and having balanced, not only in your investments, but in your strategies and your overall planning is really important because as we see, sometimes people's thought processes, well, hey cash, if I'm in cash, it's okay. I just don't want to lose my money while, in times of massive inflation or just compared to other areas of the market, there can be significant downside to, the concept of what some people may think is no risk can actually have quite a bit.   Mark: Okay. So those are the four biases then. So you've got the present bias, the base rate neglect of the overconfidence bias and the loss aversion. So John here's the interesting part to me about this whole thing is take away number two, is that 98% of people are exhibiting at least one of these, what they found was the lower, the level of bias, the better your overall financial health. So if you only have one let's say of these four, then you're probably in better shape than someone that has two, which again, it kind of makes perfect sense, but there was some interesting statistics and information in this. So why don't you talk to me a little bit about that?   John: Yeah, yeah. That is pretty interesting. Basically the lower level of bias you have, the better financial health you end up having. And it's one of the ones here is like the present bias where basically research showed, if you have a low level of present bias, you were three times as likely to spend less than the money you that you make. So basically you're going to be saving more money. So again, it's kind of... You kind of look at this in life. You don't have that instant gratification. You're kind of looking at the long term of, Hey, I don't need this today. You know, if you go to the store and buy something, do I really need that now? No, I don't. I can hold off on it. You know, just making better financial decisions all around when you kind of break it down. Another one that was interesting with, with that, with the present bias was there's seven times more likely to plan for the future.   Mark: Yeah.   John: So, so I get... [crosstalk 00:11:36] go ahead.   Mark: I was trying to say, so what I'm hearing there is then, is if they don't re... If you don't react, if you don't give into the instant gratification bias, you typically were a better saver. Sounds like.   John: Better saver, better planner, just not reactionary to what's going on. So it's really the long term goal seems to be in mind with these type of people.   Mark: Seven times more likely. That's pretty good.   John: Yeah. It makes me think I need to... I need to be a little less into gratification for myself.   Mark: There you go.   John: You know, it's, I'm getting off topic here, but it's funny. I was talking to my wife the other day with, we got Disney plus for the kids.   Mark: Sure.   John: And it's like, oh, I want to watch this. And I started thinking, I'm like, man, I just remember just sitting there looking at the guide until, a TV show would finally pop on or a move I wanted to watch because you couldn't watch things right away. You back in the late eighties.   Mark: And in those places, it's great. Right. We enjoy that kind of stuff. But then what happens to this kind of this point is next thing you know, you've got 12 subscription services and you're not using them all. So yeah.   John: Yeah. So anyhow, starting off on a tangent.   Mark: No, you're fine.   John: But yeah, another one would be, overconfidence, lower level bias there. They found that people would have basically more savings. So again, back when Nick was staying with overconfidence in and I fall into this quite a bit, it's like, ah I have some time I can build that up or whatever. And I've seen this quite a bit with some retirees. So, if you're not over, you tend to save a little bit more and last one is the loss aversion of having lower 401k balance, the less bias you have towards that, the more apt you are to take a little more risk and save more into your 401k. And just as Nick mentioned here, not sit in cash and try to outpace inflation.   Mark: I gotcha. So yeah, if you, if you're a bit more overconfident, you feel like you can kind of well, I'll take some chances, right. Because I can get it back. So therefore I can build that savings back up or whatever the case is. So really interesting takeaways from that standpoint, when you think about it, because we all fall into one of these, whatever it might be. And so the lower level of money bias, typically the better financial health. Nick, so talk to me about some of the solutions Morningstar offered because they called it build a money life that fits your priorities, which makes a lot of sense for what you guys do as advisors to kind of find that right mold or fit for the individual.   Nick: Yeah. So it's pretty interesting in... We joke a decent amount of time with clients and among each other that, our business is probably 20 to 30% finance and 70 to 80% therapist. And really it's helping people with these sorts of things. So some of the things they talked about as far as what they call building a money life is kind of put some speed bumps or have a process in place for your decision making. So, one of the things that we try to get our clients to do as an example is that we have the... Because we are a planning focus firm and we use planning tools and software to help people model out different scenarios, we try to get them to start thinking through that realm because a lot... People have often like the quite, well, what about this?   Nick: Or what about that? Or should you know, one of the most common is, do I put extra money towards the mortgage or do I save some money? And the answer for everybody is different based upon what they've done up until that point. And so, for those that work with us, what we try to get them to do for those speed bumps is to say, number one, number two; number one, if there's something that you're concerned about, walk us through, what is the scenario that you're concerned about? So for example, if you're concerned about, the cost of fuel, cost of inflation, those sorts of things, in what way are you concerned about how that applies to you specifically? So not just the world and everybody on the news and all that kind of stuff, but how does it involve you specifically?   Nick: And so, okay. So, sometimes what people realize is that it's not going to impact their life in a dramatic way. It could have some sort of impact on, the economy and those sorts of things. But most of the times it's not going to have a massive impact on their life. And then we take it. So maybe, we figure that it could have some sort of impact. So then we can kind of go to the planning software and kind of model it and say, okay, well, if these things happen, let's take a look and see what it looks like. And okay, so now that you see what it looks like, here are some of the decisions that you can make to bring that sort of risk down and have a little bit of clarity. And then we can go ahead and try to implement those decisions.   Nick: So instead of just these open-ended concerns of things that are not in anybody's control, let's look at the things that we do have in control. And those decisions that we can make to impact and make it easier. And kind of referring back to what we talked about earlier, where that kind of high level of base rate, and then the overconfidence for lower savings and checking, sometimes what ends up happening is that, and we try to remind people of this is, having a solid base of savings, cash savings is your permission slip for a lot of different things. So when people look at and realize like, Hey, that this is... These are exactly the times that we emphasize having this cash handy because we can deal with these fluctuations in the market. We don't have to make irrational decisions because you've built this buffer and you've given yourself this permission slip to deal with these different sorts of circumstances.   Mark: That's a great point. Yeah.   Nick: Yeah. So that can be interesting. And then if, you're doing it on your own, maybe making some sort of process where, hey, you've got a couple of rules that you take into consideration where once you get to certain gains on an underlying investment, you're okay selling, or you sell with half and maybe you let the rest of it ride. Or you just kind of give yourself a buffer time. You know, sometimes people will joke that they have rules for emails, like when they're mad. So, give it an overnight, you're ready to fire off an email, maybe it's to a coworker it's to a family member, whatever.   Mark: Right. Yeah.   Nick: Or text message.   Mark: Wait till you cool down.   Nick: Yeah, wait to cool down. And, or maybe haven't had an adult beverage and give it a little bit of time because oftentimes, when we sit on it, we see that maybe even though we didn't think we were, maybe we were a little over confident in what our thought process was previously.   Mark: So yeah. I like that idea, John, what do you think? Like one of the things they had on there, and I think this is a good idea was the whole, wait three days to make an important decision. I'll use an exam... I mean, you've got the little ones there. That's great advice to try to, raise kids on as well. My dad used to do that with me. Hey man, if it's a good idea, on Monday, it's still going to be a good idea on Friday. Right. But if something changed or you don't feel like it's a good idea, then it's good that you waited before you took action. I've been thinking about buying a muscle car here recently. And of course, gas prices have got me second guessing that. So I went and looked at one last Friday and I still haven't made a decision because I wanted to take that time to make sure I was making that right choice. Right. Don't... That's that instant gratification, I guess, take a few days... [crosstalk 00:18:48]   John: [crosstalk 00:18:48] A hundred percent.   Nick: [crosstalk 00:18:49] Or you might be getting a really good price right now. I mean...   Mark: Well, that's true too, but.   Nick: So if you really want it...   Mark: What do you think, John?   John: I think it's always best to wait a couple of days to see if that's something you really want. I think, like you said there, it's going to be there, and the price could jump up in three days in this environment. But I think it's always best kind of way it a little bit before you make financial decisions. So you ultimately feel comfortable with decisions that you made. That it wasn't kind of an impulse buy or decision...   Mark: Right. [crosstalk 00:19:20].   John: That could affect the rest of your life.   Mark: So, well, the speed bump idea was really good, right? The Morningstar, they called it speed bumps to place your... Slow down your decision making as Nick alluded to. And if you think about the stock market, right, they've got those circuit breakers in place. We saw that with COVID right. When the circuit breakers would kick in to prevent any more trading because it was falling so fast. So if you want to kind of use that same analogy, have some speed bumps or some circuit breakers in place for your decision making process. So lots of different ways we can look at it.   John: Yeah, another one in the article I was reading through is really, and it goes back to what we're saying here, and what we always say is having a plan, a sense of direction and to tune out the news and really stop taking advice from your friends where it's basically, "hey, I did this", or "I'm buying this." And especially with, we don't advise on crypto, but you know, "I'm buying some crypto" and stuff like that. It's really, have your plan and stick to what your plan is for versus listening to what other people are doing. That was also in the article, which I thought was an interesting point.   Mark: Yeah. Very good points. Well, I tell you what, like I said, we're going to link this into the, to the show notes and information there. So if you'd like to check that out, you can. And as always, if you've got some questions, we'll wrap this up this week about a money bias, your own money bias, which one you may be affected by. You should be able to tell if you suffer from the present bias that give me now thing, that base rate and neglect where you just react to the news, the overconfidence of feeling like you've got it all figured out, you've mastered it all. Or maybe just the loss of version where that fear of losing money, just really kind of cripples you either way, it could be costing you money. So reach out to the guys, if you've got questions on how to control this.   Mark: And I think that's some of the value that an advisor brings to the table is they're not going to have those biases about your portfolio plan because it's not their money, right? So they're there to help guide you and be that sounding board and be that coach. So reach out to John and Nick, if you some questions at PFGprivatewealth.com, that's PFGprivatewealth.com. Before you take any action, you should always check with a qualified professional, like the guys, they are financial advisors at PFG Private Wealth. Don't forget to subscribe to us on Apple, Google, Spotify, or whatever platform you'd like to listen to. And if you'd like to learn more about some of those charities that they were... John was talking about earlier in the show, or maybe attend the next time they do one of those events, again, reach out to them at PFG Private Wealth. For John and Nick, I'm Mark, thanks for hanging out with us. We'll see you next time here on the podcast, Retirement Planning - Redefined.

Humboldt Holding Up
Supervisor Virginia Bass on Deciding Not to Run For Reelection, the Candidates Vying For Her Seat and What She Learned Serving Steaks in Her Father's Steakhouse

Humboldt Holding Up

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2022


Today we talk to Virginia Bass, Humboldt's longest-serving county supervisor, whose schedule will soon be wide open!

WDW Beyond The Gates Podcast
Episode #414 - Steakhouse 71 Lunch Review

WDW Beyond The Gates Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 57:06


Episode #414 - Steakhouse 71 Lunch Review In this week's episode of the WDW Beyond the Gates podcast, Mike & Gary discuss their recent lunch at Steakhouse 71 at the Contemporary Resort at Walt Disney World Thanks for listening, Mike & Gary

Cliff and Puck
3-7 H1: Welcome Back Chuck & Buck, Dinner Recap, WSU Hoops & Seahawks Rumor Mill

Cliff and Puck

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2022 43:15


Chuck and Buck are back in the building, but Bucky has made some accommodations to Puck's chair, and well Puck isn't too thrilled. The fellas also recap their team dinner at John Howie's Steakhouse, how about the WSU Cougs hoops team and the rumors surrounding the Seahawks looking for a WR, and more!

Crain's Daily Gist
03/08/22: For Chicago steakhouses, COVID cut deep

Crain's Daily Gist

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2022 18:41


Steakhouses closed at a higher rate than other restaurants during earlier stages of the pandemic. Crain's reporter Ally Marotti talks with host Amy Guth to explain why and how many are adapting to stay afloat. Plus: Airlines counting on a travel comeback could see impact from Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Progressive jacks auto rates by double digits in Illinois, medical saline shortage hits U.S. hospitals reeling from omicron and Choose Chicago has two finalists for its new CEO.

Connoisseurs Corner With Jordan Rich

WBZ's Jordan Rich talks with Marc Berkowitz, General Manager of Wolfgang's Steakhouse, about what makes them stand out.

Yesterday's Paper
Arnold Palmer Invitational

Yesterday's Paper

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2022 77:14


Welcome back to another episode of Tail & Prints Golf Podcast powered by Dimers.com. After an exciting Sunday finish at The Honda Finn and Gorman are back to talk about how their bets faired and give their thoughts on the tournament that was.  We also have round 3 of Phestivus where we air grievances, we also talk about a Steak House with a lot more than steaks on the menu!  We of course also break down this week API and give out our picks! Follow us on Twitter & IG @TailandPrint and head to Dimers.com for the best odds and promo's! Good luck this week and May All Your Bets Come True!

Geekin' On WDW Podcast | A Family Friendly Community of Walt Disney World Fans | Travel tips on resorts, food, touring and fu
G3 Roundtable Including Lounges With No Agenda, ‘Ohana, Space 220 And Steakhouse 71 Reviews – Ep. 441

Geekin' On WDW Podcast | A Family Friendly Community of Walt Disney World Fans | Travel tips on resorts, food, touring and fu

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2022 95:36


On episode 441, Amanda Lamb, Roxanne Steele, Bubba Mack, Andy Hoffman and Nick Iyoob review their G3 experiences including resorts, restaurants and new experiences. Featuring: Resorts Beach Club, Bay Lake Tower, Copper Creek, Dolphin, French Quarter, Riviera and New 2nd Home Meals ‘Ohana, Steakhouse 71, California Grill, Toledo, Spice Road Table, San Angel, The Fountain at the Dolphin, Space 220, Nomad Lounge, Hollywood Brown Derby, Traders Sams and Mac and Cheese Food Truck First time experiences Private EPCOT Fireworks Party Festival of the Arts Lounge around with no agenda Ye Ha Bob First G3 Scavenger Hunt Contribute to the show at www.patreon.com/geekinonwdw Show tshirts available at our Teepublic store Email me at curt.stone@GeekinOnWDW.com Reach Momma and Auntie Judy for trip planning – TravelinTiaras@gmail.com

Be Our Guest WDW Podcast
Disney's Boardwalk Villas & Caribbean Beach Resorts, Genie Plus Tips, Star Wars Experiences, More - BOGP 2045

Be Our Guest WDW Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2022 48:34


Happy Monday, everyone! We are excited to talk with Listener Jennifer from Florida today about her split-stay vacation to Disney's Boardwalk Villas & Disney's Caribbean Beach Resorts. Hear how being a Florida resident does change how you think about planning a Walt Disney World trip too! We discuss this December vacation including their first time using Genie Plus in the parks, during the busiest time of the year with lots of tips that will help you on your next trip! Also, we talk dining at places like Coral Reef, Grand Floridian Cafe, Steakhouse '71, & more! We hope you enjoy today's podcast!  Please visit our website at www.beourguestpodcast.com.  Thank you so much for your support of our podcast! Become a Patron of the show at www.Patreon.com/BeOurGuestPodcast.  Also, please follow the show on Twitter @BeOurGuestMike and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/beourguestpodcast.   Thanks to our friends at The Magic For Less Travel for sponsoring today's podcast!

Tik Talk Trash Tok
#25 Where's Ken's Steakhouse?

Tik Talk Trash Tok

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2022 72:45


This episode was brought to you by starving, miserable fatties. We discuss Italians' obsession with bread crumbs and peas. The Queen is very much alive, despite some reports. Char's page is haunted with some disturbing lives including tortured Barbie dolls and an ice bath performer. Follow us @TikTalkTrashTok

Outsiders Only: A SKYTEAR Podcast
62 - Steakhouses & Skytear /w Rafa Nunes!

Outsiders Only: A SKYTEAR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2022 66:40


Rafa joins the crew to reflect on the 2021 season down in Brazil! Hear his recap of the major IRL advancements that Brazil has been seeing in the Skytear world, as well as a discussion of....game achievements?

OurGlass Podcast
Episode 256 | GOAT

OurGlass Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2022 35:12


On the latest episode, Xfactor talk his week, going to Steak House with friends, upcoming VERZUZ between Anthony Hamilton & Musiq. Tom Brady retiring and more.Support the show (https://cash.app/$xfactor304)

Theshortdesk Podcast
The Redemption of Kenny Carter

Theshortdesk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 97:01


Episode 49!!!! (2:58) The Fellas explain why they are down to a two man crew. (5:40) John and Keith talk about their New Year plans. (13:49) Top 5 Steakhouses. (27:49) Kenny Carter interview. (1:33:35) Song of the week.EMAIL: Theshortdeskpodcast@gmail.comFB/TWITTER/IG: Theshortdesk PodcastSong of the week: JOHN- Rick Ross ft 21 Savage and Jasmine Sullivan- OutlawsKEITH- Kanye West ft Andre 3000- Life of the party

AjiTerapia LLC
Libras Steakhouse and Seafood

AjiTerapia LLC

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 20:33


Uno de ocho restaurantes del empresario Jaime Asencio.  Conversamos con su gerente Waldemar Agosto Rivera en Libras Steakhouse & Seafood. Tremendo trabajo el del chef Ramón, ya con nueve años de excelencia en Fronteras.

The Clopen Effect

The Clopen Effect takes on Indy! We talk about our visit to St. Elmo's Steakhouse, drinks at Kilroy's, and the street rapper we met. We also talk about Mrs. A aka 'the worst customer ever', the blind shopper, and Meredith surprises Cassandra with a Golden Girl's quiz! RIP Betty White 12/31/21 Merch store: https://www.bonfire.com/store/theclopeneffect/ This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy