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On this week's episode: why people enjoy the True Crime genre, Netflix's response to ongoing controversy around Dave Chappelle's latest special, and how houses of worship could turn the tides on vaccine hesitancy in their congregations. Please be sure to take the 2021 #Millennial Listener Survey! Our friend John Thrasher from the podcast Shaken and Disturbed joins us for this week's episode, and we dig into why True Crime is such an appealing genre to so many people. Since we've known each other a long time, we reflect on our podcasting careers and how they've grown over time. Dave Chapelle is still under fire for the jokes he made about the trans community as part of his new Netflix special— and Netflix is doubling down on its support. How could Netflix handle this controversy differently? Roxanne Gay wrote an excellent op-ed on the Chappelle special, give it a read. A slim majority of church-going Americans say they would trust their clergy's guidance on COVID-19 vaccines, and yet, most report their clergy haven't said anything about vaccines either way. Why? Add some spice, entertainment, and civic duty to your life with this week's recommendations: HBO's 'Succession' (Andrew), check your state's voter portal to see what's on the ballot this November (Laura), Trader Joe's Pumpkin Spice coffee (Pam), and Marvel's 'What If?' (John). This week's episode is sponsored by Public.com (https://www.public.com/MILLENNIAL to download the app and get a free slice of stock up to $50 when you join). Support #Millennial by supporting our sponsors! And in this week's installment of After Dark, available on Patreon: What would we say to our 15-year-old selves if we could travel back in time to offer advice? Which life lessons do we think we needed to learn to be who we are today? "Micah says taint, don't trust men."
We've got a product to recommend: Trader Joe's Vegan Kale Cashew Pesto. Marisa talks us through her no-recipe butternut soup method. We talk about America's Test Kitchen 5 Ingredient Dinners And finally, we talk over Virginia Sole-Smith's excellent article about Noom in Bustle. (Check out Virginia's Burnt Toast newsletter with paid and free subscription options … Continue reading Episode 374: Vegan Pesto, Butternut Soup, 5 Ingredient Dinners The post Episode 374: Vegan Pesto, Butternut Soup, 5 Ingredient Dinners appeared first on Local Mouthful.
Food influencer Madeline Thomas (@traderjolene) joins Mara to taste test Trader Joe's' Fall 2021 products. Does pumpkin spice need to be on everything? Which items are a Trader-go or a Trader-no? Shop the Show! https://www.amazon.com/shop/influencer-c8bddf4c Follow Mara on Instagram: www.instagram.com/marascampo Check out Mara's YouTube channel for tutorials and more: www.youtube.com/marascampo Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Value – it's always a good time to talk about value. Look around your neighborhood Trader Joe's and you'll see value on every shelf, every day. Those values don't happen by accident; they're the result of our Buying Philosophy in action. (Yes, we're a grocery store with a philosophy.) What does that Buying Philosophy mean to you and how does it impact what you pay at the cash register? This episode of Inside Trader Joe's goes inside the Buying Philosophy – why we do it, how it works, and most importantly, what it means for you at the cash register, every time you shop. Transcript (PDF)
Peristyle Podcast hosts Keely Eure and Ryan Abraham are joined by special guest Bruce Feldman, sideline reporter for FOX and college football writer for The Athletic, to get his thoughts on the USC head coaching search. Bruce weighs in on who he thinks the top candidates for the job are, talks about how the opening at LSU could impact the Trojans search, why USC is still considered one of the top jobs in college football and he shares his thoughts on a couple of former USC head coaches that have been in the news lately, Lane Kiffin and Steve Sarkisian. Keely and Ryan also talk about the Trojans BYE week as they get ready for a tough road trip to Notre Dame and as always they answer listener questions over email, voicemail and text messages. Please review, rate and subscribe to the Peristyle Podcast on Apple Podcasts! The best 5-star review each week will get a $50 Trader Joe's gift card! Thanks to Trader Joe's for sponsoring the Peristyle Podcast! Make sure you check out USCFootball.com for complete coverage of this USC Trojan football team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Justin is COVID-free and back on the couch just in time to recap the week's hottest stories. This week's episode is brought to you by Better Help. Visit http://www.betterhelp.com/GLITTER for 10% off your first month! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to our first Basket Case, Hoes! We're so excited for this new format, so we can explore other aspects of the Trader Joe's experience. And to kick these off, we consulted the stars. We grabbed our crystals. We bathed in the light of the moon. And we assigned Trader Joe's items to each sign in the astrological houses. Check back in two weeks for the next installment where we'll share some of your Trader Joe's horror stories. And don't miss another full episode next week. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/traderhoes)
New haircut…who did? Coffee cakes from Trader Joe's, New BBB shoes from Lavar Ball, lakers person, and how tv news pisses me off and more --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/startfromscratch/support
Wines: Monique 2020 Sauvignon Blanc, Revelation Pinot Noir, & Corvelia Cabernet SauvignonBy popular demand, we are exploring Trader Joe's wines in this two part series. For our first installment, we're tasting 3 of Trader Joe's most popular wines that are priced $10 or less.Each of the wines selected for this ep can be found on many lists of Trader's Joes Best Wines. So much so that we had to try them! In addition, we give information on how Trader Joe's selects and features their wines as well as some growing information on the value regions in which the grapes for these wines were grown.For any value wine enthusiast, this is a GREAT episode full of information! BONUS content = food pairings for each of the wines featured. Listen before making your next trip to Trader Joe's!Wines To Find Podcast, Finalist in the 12th Annual TASTE AWARDS in four categories. -Best Drink or Beverage Program-Best New Series-Best Single Topic Series-Best Food or Drink PodcastWe have been listed in the Top 30 wine podcasts! https://blog.feedspot.com/wine_podcasts/Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/winestofind)
Movie Night is a cinematic journey into our favorite music films and concert documentaries. Download the pod, stream the movie, and sync up to our winning commentary. It's like we're all hanging out again. It's been called one of the greatest disasters in live music history, and not just because Kid Rock was on the bill. This week, we revive our Movie Night format (previously known as QuaranTunes & Tumblers) to return to July 1999 and the infamous disaster that was Woodstock 99. The HBO documentary Woodstock 99: Peace, Love and Rage covers the travesty in harrowing detail, unfolding over three blazing hot days and nights of nonstop performances and heaving mosh pits. Though the festival purported to echo the counterculture idealism of the 1969 original instead devolves into riots, looting and sexual assaults. How much do the filmmakers get right? Who are the Umbilical Brothers? And are Trader Joe's knock-off Takis as good as the original. Watch and tune in to find out. CW: Frank discussions of violence, sexual assault, racism, victim blaming, and death Watch Woodstock 99: Peace, Love, and Rage on HBO Max Theme Music by New New Girlfriend #Mood Jingle by Jacob Jeffries & Jesse McGinty Tunes & Tumblers on Instagram Tunes & Tumblers on Twitter Tunes & Tumblers on Facebook Tunes & Tumblers on Spotify Call or Text the Tunes & Tumblers Hotline: (626) 604-6477 Cover art by Pedro Isaac Chairez Tunes & Tumblers is a member of the Pantheon Media family of podcasts --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tunes--tumblers/support Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In today's show, we again take a deep, nasty dive into Chipotle's wikipedia page, and Jess finds a new reason to loathe Trader Joe's. If you like the show, PLEASE TELL A FRIEND? That's our advertising for the moment. Buy our shirts and cups: https://www.designbyhumans.com/shop/CriticEveryone/ Yell at us: email@example.com Tweet at us: @CriticEveryone Allow conspiracies to fester with us: Facebook Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/Everyones-a-Critic-2327696304154655/ Listen to the other great shows on our network: https://xraypod.com/ I did really hug Tommy Wiseau once.
"For decades, Alan Siegel and Irene Etzkorn have championed simplicity as a competitive advantage and a consumer right. Consulting with businesses and organizations around the world to streamline products, services, processes and communications, they have achieved dramatic results. In Simple, the culmination of their work together, Siegel and Etzkorn show us how having empathy, striving for clarity, and distilling your message can reduce the distance between company and customer, hospital and patient, government and citizen-and increase your bottom line. Examining the best and worst practices of an array of organizations big and small-including the IRS, Google, Philips, Trader Joe's, Chubb Insurance, and ING Direct, and many more-Siegel and Etzkorn recast simplicity as a mindset, a design aesthetic, and a writing technique. In these illuminating pages you will discover, among other things: Why the Flip camera became roadkill in the wake of the iPhone What SIMPLE idea allowed the Cleveland Clinic to improve care and increase revenue How OXO designed a measuring cup that sold a million units in its first 18 months on the market Where Target got the idea for their "ClearRX" prescription system How New York City simplified its unwieldy bureaucracy with three simple numbers By exposing the overly complex things we encounter every day, SIMPLE reveals the reasons we allow confusion to persist, inspires us to seek clarity, and explores how social media is empowering consumers to demand simplicity. The next big idea in business is Simple." (Educational and inspirational materials. The Creators own their music/songs and content.)
Megan and Wendy talk this week about faking it. Do you fake it when it comes to friendships and relationships? Do you fake it on social media? Do you fake it to hide things? To stay safe? To make it through? It's a big conversation that is about clear as mud. We really would love to know how you feel about faking it. Email us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org. Are you faking it? Let's talk about why. Where Do You Listen to the Podcast? We got an email from a listener who listens to our podcast from a remote mountain in Washington! We'd love to know where you listen to the podcast! Email us. Mentioned in this Episode: Ted Lasso, season 2. If you haven't watched this Apple TV show yet, jump in. It's not about sports, it's not slapstick. Season 1 is so feel good and season 2 takes us to a deeper understanding of the main characters. 5-STAR television. It won 4 Emmys this year - what more do you need?Wendy put a call out to listeners asking for tips on hot flash remedies.Advent Calendar Update! Wendy is anxiously awaiting opening her Bonne Maman jam and honey calendar.Megan is considering a Nespresso Advent Calendar (see the UK version here).Wendy's teenage daughter wants this Crazy Scientist Advent Calendar.Dust off those Apple Watches!Check out our Shorties Facebook Group today for the announcement of another Shorties Get Moving Challenge. Let's close those rings.4 Reasons Why People Fake on Social Media via Thrive GlobalShould we show a raw, relatable, no-filter look at our lives on Instagram Stories?Do you fake it 'till you make it? Read more about what it exactly is via PsychCentral.Faking smiles might improve your mood. Read more about it via Very Well Mind.Why vulnerability is hard (via Mindful).Comparing pain with others - don't do it.15 signs of fake friends Megan and Wendy Approved! Megan loved The Heart Principle and The Two Lives of Lydia BirdGrab these rice crackers at Trader Joe's: Original Savory Thin Crackers Miss last week's episode? Here's a few you should definitely catch up on: Managing teens and their techPreview of Hallmark's Countdown to ChristmasSuffering from buyer's remorse
It's our favorite time of year! Tricks, treats and Trader Joe's autumnal soup! In this weeks episode Vonia recounts the Halloween classic Practical Magic. Magic, mischief, murder and romance make this a Rom Com worthy of an annual viewing. Then Averyn tells the true story of Heather Miller, a woman who probably wishes she'd never seen Practical Magic. Heather found herself so taken with the Owens sisters and their ways of dealing with the terrible men they encounter that she decided to apply their magical techniques practically
In this edition of the Peristyle Podcast Coach Harvey Hyde and Ryan Abraham are going through what has seemed like a weekly routine lately, talking about yet another historic loss in the Coliseum for the USC Trojans. This time USC fell to Utah 42-26, the first win for the Utes in Los Angeles against the Trojans since 1916, a span of 105 years. Coach Hyde gives his thoughts on what went wrong for the Trojans, how the coaches have failed to put the players in the best position to win and if the players have quit on this team. Please review, rate and subscribe to the Peristyle Podcast on Apple Podcasts! The best 5-star review each week will get a $50 Trader Joe's gift card! Make sure you check out USCFootball.com for complete coverage of this USC Trojan football team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hi! Happy Friday! So, have you heard the latest news? TikTok now has more than one billion users on their platform. ONE BILLION! That number is inane, and continuously grows daily! Today I am sharing a few important reasons on why you need to download the app (if you haven't already). For personal use as well as professional. This episode is for you if you have been on the fence. The time is now my friend. You truly are missing out. From life hacks to cleaning products, Amazon, and Trader Joe's products I know I did not need, to content creation, networking with new friends, repurposing your videos and expanding your brand. All this and more on today's podcast. Did you love today's show? Let me know by leaving me a review for the show on Apple Podcasts, Audible or wherever you are listening from today. Every Friday I will be picking one lucky listener who has left a review to win a signed copy of my book, Everything is Messy. Wishing you a happy, healthy, positive, and productive day! Do you have a product, brand, service, or story you would like to share? Send Kelly a message here: https://kellyanngorman.com/work-with-me/ All One Hour Coaching Calls and LinkedIn Programs 50% off throughout October. Learn more at everythingismessy.com today! CONNECT WITH KELLY WEBSITES: everythingismessy.com and kellyanngorman.com LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/today/author/kellyanngorman/ MEDIUM: https://kellyanngorman.medium.com/ INSTAGRAM: @kellyanngormanofficial @everythingismessycollection YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/kellyanngorman TIKTOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@kellyanngormanofficial? BRAND DEALS: https://kellyanngorman.com/shop/ WEEKLY NEWSLETTER: https://kellyanngorman.com/business-mindset-organizational-tools/ SUPPORT THE SHOW SHOP EVERYTHING IS MESSY AT 20% OFF: everythingismessy.com SHOP THROUGH AFFILIATES: https://kellyanngorman.com/shop/ DONATION: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/kagenterprises SPONSOR A SHOW: https://kellyanngorman.com/work-with-me/
Peristyle Podcast hosts Keely Eure and Ryan Abraham are back in studio previewing the Trojans extremely important Pac-12 South match-up with the Utes, trying to keep their undefeated win streak in the Coliseum intact for another two years. They go over all of the news and notes from practice this week including some changes for USC's pregame routine being implemented by interim head coach Donte Williams, take a look at some of the advanced stats for USC and Utah and as always they answer your questions about this Trojan football team. Please review, rate and subscribe to the Peristyle Podcast on Apple Podcasts! The best 5-star review each week will get a $50 Trader Joe's gift card! Thanks to Trader Joe's for sponsoring the Peristyle Podcast! Make sure you check out USCFootball.com for complete coverage of this USC Trojan football team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mustachioed Dynamo Vinny Tangherlini (CSZ Chicago) joins us to share his love of AriZona Green Tea in a #TallBoy! He recalls how the large can helps you stand out of the crowd and reveals a 27-year betrayal. We talk about "flipping it", movies, and then kick off #FallBraw#NotRob gets Pierced and Josh gets writing. Hopefully brought to you by Trader Joe's!Leafy Vinny aka Tangherlini-tini2 oz Makers Mark Bourbon 1.5 oz Fresh Brewed Tea with Honey.5 oz Fresh Ginger.5 Lemon Juice4 oz AriZona Green Tea
Mustachioed Dynamo Vinny Tangherlini (CSZ Chicago) joins us to share his love of AriZona Green Tea in a #TallBoy! He recalls how the large can helps you stand out of the crowd and reveals a 27-year betrayal. We talk about "flipping it", movies, and then kick off #FallBraw#NotRob gets Pierced and Josh gets writing. Hopefully brought to you by Trader Joe's!Leafy Vinny aka Tangherlini-tini2 oz Makers Mark Bourbon 1.5 oz Fresh Brewed Tea with Honey.5 oz Fresh Ginger.5 Lemon Juice4 oz AriZona Green Tea
To recognize the improbable 400th episode of this show, we take it all the way back to the beginning - with a little added age. We revisit the same five local breweries from “Episode 1 - Chicago Stouts” - but this time, there are barrels involved. We take stock of all that has changed along the way and share a few memories from listeners. But there's also our Top 3 arcade cabinets, shameless Trader Joe's plugs, some babka truths, stout luge races, and a little old-fashioned Ryan rage over unwieldy beer prices. I'd buy that for a dollar. Beers Reviewed Spiteful Brewing - Barrel-Aged Hostile Harry - Cinnamon Bun 2020 (Russian Imperial Stout w/ cinnamon and vanilla aged in Weller barrels) Solemn Oath Brewery - Nourri Au Pistache (Imperial Milk Stout w/ vanilla and pistachio aged in bourbon barrels) Half Acre Beer Company - Double Barrel Catch Hell (Imperial Stout w/ Vietnamese cinnamon and vanilla, aged in Four Roses Small Batch and Four Roses Single Barrel Select barrels) Pipeworks Brewing Company - Phantom Unicorn (Barrel-aged Imperial Stout w/ cacao nibs, vanilla, and lactose) Hubbard's Cave - Barrel-Aged Bananas Foster Imperial Stout 2021 (Barrel-aged Imperial Stout w/ cinnamon, maple, vanilla and banana)
In this week's episode, Lisa and the gang are trying over a dozen incredibly tasty holiday finds from Trader Joe's! Finds like pumpkin spice hummus, dry-roasted maple almonds, maple walnut biscotti, 4-cheese pumpkin yogurt dip, pumpkin spice espresso beans, and SO MUCH MORE! Plus, the find of all finds that will change your breakfast toast forever! So STOP EVERYTHING, push play, and then head on over to our Foodcast page for the list of items mentioned in the episode!
Margaret is the founder of Kahawa 1893 Coffee. She is a third generation coffee farmer from Kenya and grew up on a coffee farm immigrating to the USA. After earning her MBA from Harvard, she went on to work on Wall Street, where she rediscovered her passion for coffee. She founded Kahawa 1893 with a mission to close the gender gap in coffee. In Kenya, over 90% of labor in coffee comes from women. However, they aren't fairly compensated because they don't own the land. Margaret's coffee is roasted and distributed from San Francisco and the brand recently launched in Trader Joe's - the first black & woman-owned coffee brand to launch in the grocery chain.Photo courtesy of Margaret Nyamumbo.Follow Item 13 on social media: Instagram, Facebook and Twitter @item13podcastDon't forget to subscribe & leave us a review!Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Item 13 by becoming a member!Item 13: An African Food Podcast is Powered by Simplecast.
Are you a PSL lover or hater? "Pumpkin Spice" is the fall trend that has mysteriously captured the hearts of many, and in this episode, we hit the aisles of Trader Joe's to spend our whole day eating nothing but Pumpkin Spice flavored items. Will we never eat another pumpkin-flavored thing again? Listen and find out! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/imuncomfortablepod/support
In this edition of the Peristyle Podcast Coach Harvey Hyde and Ryan Abraham return to discuss the Trojans 37-14 win in Boulder over the Buffaloes. USC was able to bounce back after losing at home to Oregon State and is hopeful that an improved run game and explosive passing attack can carry through to next weekend's showdown with a well rested Utah squad. Please review, rate and subscribe to the Peristyle Podcast on Apple Podcasts! The best 5-star review each week will get a $50 Trader Joe's gift card! Make sure you check out USCFootball.com for complete coverage of this USC Trojan football team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Bill Handel is joined by Wayne Resnick for this week's edition of 'Do They Have a Case?' The two discuss cases where people have gone to court and whether or not their arguments are legitimate. This week's edition focuses on a case about the legitimacy of a honey sold at Trader Joe's, the ruckus surrounding records, and the problem when it comes to promises.
If pasta is your passion and olives are what you live for, consider this episode of Inside Trader Joe's a table set for you! We dive into the Mediterranean region in a conversation with an Italian pasta supplier; we get some good info on the state of pasta, olives, and olive oil on our grocery shelves, and we travel to California to chat with a producer of Extra Virgin Olive Oil crafted in the Golden State. You can get an inside look at how this particular EVOO is made – from harvest to table – on our YouTube channel, here. Transcript (PDF)
It's a special Guest Hoe episode featuring Katie's husband, Sal! These Bravo Hoes are deep diving into Trader Joe's frozen apps for some serious flavor fusions. From Buffalo-Greek poppers to gussied up pigs in a blanket, it's a high steaks, higher calorie battle of the best finger foods money can buy. Not on the menu but certainly on their minds: airport cuisine, Greek football parties and some technical issues with Katie's mic. In the cart:Buffalo Style Chicken Poppers KibbehParmasean Pastry PupsSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/traderhoes)
We share what we're loving right now including a grocery store, a show, NBA pre-season, and a ps5 game! Then Savon somehow manages to put together the worst starting 5 of all time - describing his favorite NFL team brands. The opinions expressed on this show are solely the opinions of their respective owners and does not represent the view of Confidently Wrong. Mostly because of how wrong Savon is. 1:23 - NBA Pre-Season5:23 - Trader Joe's11:20 - Reservation Dogs18:17 - Mare of Easttown and Deathloop34:30 - Savon's Starting 5 NFL BrandsTwitter: @confidently_podInstagram: @confidently_podWebsite: https://confidentlywrong.simplecast.comCredits:Hosted by: Wesley Nakamura, Mike Smith, Brian Redondo, Savon JonesEdited by: Wesley NakamuraIntro Music: Energetic Upbeat by WinnieTheMoogLink: https://filmmusic.io/song/6033-energetic-upbeatLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseOutro Music: Classical Metal Workout by MusicLFilesLink: https://filmmusic.io/song/7525-classical-metal-workoutLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license
In this episode, we touch on David Lynch, San Francisco and Espresso Beans. Then, for the second half, we recount all the memories from fifth grade that will never leave us. Water of the week is Cola: Clear/Cut Phocus Cola Caffeinated Sparkling Water, Signature Select Caffeine Free Diet Cola, Boneyard Elixir CBD Cola Sparkling Water. This Week in Sparkling Water is also available on YouTube.
This week Chels & Jace read your “How We Met” love stories! They read stories about life's lows turning into the highest highs, lifelong best friends falling in love, marrying the flirty Trader Joe's employee, airplane romances, and more! Get ready for your heart to melt. Shop our WWS pink & blue phone cases! Shop.DearMedia.com/WHATWESAID FOLLOW US! INSTA// WWS Jaci Chelsey YOUTUBE// Chelsey Jade Jaci Marie OUR SPONSORS// Curology: Get a free 30 day trial at curology.com/WHATWESAID Huzzah: Go to drinkhuzzah.com & use code WHATWESAID for 20% OFF Betterhelp: Get 10% OFF your first month at betterhelp.com/WHATWESAID Harperwilde: Go to harperwilde.com/WHATWESAID for 20% OFF Produced by Dear Media
Megan and Wendy talk about big life changes and suffering from buyer's remorse. Listen in as they each share what's fueling their own regretful decision making plus some tips on how to manage those feelings. Also, Megan's new favorite lunch courtesy of TikTok, the arrival of fall decor, and Wendy sobs over a Canadian bakery she'll never visit. Thank you for your emails last week! Got something to say about today's episode? Email us at email@example.com. Megan and Wendy talk about managing those feelings of buyer's remorse. We've Refreshed our Patreon Pricing! We are really excited about the changes we have made to our Patreon pricing. For just $5/month, you will receive exclusive content made specifically for our Patreon subscribers. This includes: one of our "chit chatty" podcast episode, a brand new, in-person Megan and Wendy video (no more Zoom videos!), and a weekly Friday Five where we trade off on sharing five things to help make your day better. Click HERE to sign up for Patreon today and get immediate access to the archives! Mentioned in Episode 44: Friend of the podcast Lynnee suggests the following:Wit and Wisdom JeansSofft shoes for women Megan's new favorite salmon bowl recipe via Emily Mariko on TikTok. @emilymariko Best lunch of the week! ♬ original sound - Emily Mariko Kewpie MayoThis blog post says you can eat the Trader Joe's smoked salmon right from the package. Wendy's air fryerWilliams-Sonoma Cast Iron Pumpkin Dutch OvenLe Creuset Signature Tartan Dutch OvenBrach's Candy Corn and Brach's Mellowcreme PumpkinsProject Bakeover (Hulu) - episode 9 was Wendy's favoriteThe Kneaded Knook Bakery & Cafe The psychology behind buyer's remorse via Psychology Today5 tips on how to overcome buyer's remorseRetail therapy and why it hits just rightStaying balanced with big life changesWhy it's ok not to be happy all the time Megan and Wendy APPOVED! Trader Joe's Brazil Nut Body Butter (get it here on Amazon if you aren't local to Trader Joe's)Bliss Pumpkin Powerhouse Resurfacing & Exfoliating maskBest pumpkin skincare for fall Do you suffer from buyer's remorse? How do you help manage those feelings or have you figured out a way to avoid them all together somehow? Email us and share your experience!
You already know the drill... here's to another monthly favorites! We love these episodes and hope you do too. Make sure to check out all our faves mentioned and tagged on Instagram @partyoftwopod. Check out our monthly favorites: (2:48) TV SHOWS: Love Island Australia, Bachelor in Paradise and Dave on Hulu | My Unorthodox Life on Netflix (9:00) FOOD & BEVS: Cup Noodle Fried Rice, Trader Joe's Peanut Butter and Jelly sticks, Buffalo Wild Wings Buffalo Cauliflower "Wings" with Asian Zing and Thai Curry sauces, Chicken Noodle Soup with Costco Rotisserie chicken, Creamy Cucumber Garlic Tzatziki Dip, T4 Boba & popcorn chicken (21:38) BEAUTY: Hourglass Veil Translucent Setting Powder (27:36) MISC: BISSELL Steam Shot Cleaner, Hyper Pet IQ Treat Mat, Getaway House --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/party-of-two2/support
In this edition of the Peristyle Podcast Coach Harvey Hyde and Ryan Abraham are yet again trying to make sense of a Trojan blowout loss at home, this time at the hands of the Oregon State Beavers. The last time OSU got a win in the Coliseum was 1960, so Coach Hyde talks about what he feels went wrong from the coaching to the players and everything in between. Please review, rate and subscribe to the Peristyle Podcast on Apple Podcasts! The best 5-star review each week will get a $50 Trader Joe's gift card! Make sure you check out USCFootball.com for complete coverage of this USC Trojan football team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
I recently completely lost my shit at the bank. Through a series of events that were unexpected and inconvenient, I was unable to get what I needed at my bank - on two separate occasions within the same week. This led to a meltdown in my car on a Tuesday afternoon. Screaming and crying in the bank parking lot. If you're imagining me red faced, slobbering and irrational - like a toddler, you would be right. As I tried to collect myself in order to drive, I started piecing together a few things…. So many things keep getting harder as a result of this pandemic. The demands on us keep becoming more and more energy consuming - whether it's the constant worry, the constant decision making, or the constant work-arounds we have to create to make things happen in new ways. We are out of patience. When our patience is stretched so thin, OF COURSE we are going to have toddler-like meltdowns in our cars. We are all trying so hard to keep it together, but the constant adapting to more difficult situations has pushed us into an epidemic of pandemic impatience. We are all walking around just one disappointment away from losing our shit #everydamnday. Am I right? For me it was the bank situation. Maybe for you it's the grocery store being out of your favorite snack (I also cried recently when Trader Joe's was out of dark chocolate peanut butter cups). Maybe it's a passive aggressive comment made by a boss or a family member. Maybe it's your child (or partner) pushing your buttons one time too many on any given Tuesday. The things that used to roll off us are now major triggering events - because we are so, so tired. We have been navigating this pandemic for over 555 days now. 555 days. In this episode, I talk through 4 reasons you are feeling ALL THE FEELINGS right now and a few tips to help you keep going. We must keep going. We will keep going. We can keep going.
The Hoes hit the new item jackpot at Trader Joe's with a trio of new, seasonal and festive offerings. It's a sweet and savory smackdown of butternut Sasquatch proportions. Not on the menu but certainly on their minds: horseradish fatalities, Spice People and Trader Jekyll. In the cart:Trader Joe's Butternut Squash Mac & Cheese BitesBamba with Hazelnut Creme FillingSpooky Bats & Cats Sour Gummy CandiesSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/traderhoes)
For the second time in this short season we are bringing out another Emergency edition of the Peristyle Podcast with host Ryan Abraham and USCFootball.com national recruiting analyst Gerard Martinez recording early Sunday morning, reacting to USC's embarrassing 45-27 loss at the hands of the Oregon State Beavers. Gerard and Ryan give their thoughts on what is wrong with this team from what he has seen from the quarterback position, changing the culture of the overall program and the defense not being able to get off the field. And it wouldn't be an emergency podcast without lots of listener voicemails fresh off the painful loss. Please review, rate and subscribe to the Peristyle Podcast on Apple Podcasts! The best 5-star review each week will get a $50 Trader Joe's gift card! Thanks to Trader Joe's for sponsoring the Peristyle Podcast! Make sure you check out USCFootball.com for complete coverage of this USC Trojan football team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Peristyle Podcast hosts Ryan Abraham and Keely Eure discuss the breaking news that USC freshman quarterback and the star of the Washington State win Jaxson Dart suffered a meniscus injury in Pullman and had minor knee surgery to repair it this week. Keely and Ryan talk about the impact Dart's injury could have on the team going forward and discuss Kedon Slovis returning to practice from his neck injury, setting him up to start on Saturday against Oregon State. Speaking of the Beavers, Ryan and Keely talk about USC's next opponent and why OSU could give the Trojans some trouble Saturday night, they talk about some of the non-quarterback injuries, discuss what players and coaches had to say this week after practice. and as always they take the time to answer all of your email questions, text messages and voicemails. Please review, rate and subscribe to the Peristyle Podcast on Apple Podcasts! The best 5-star review each week will get a $50 Trader Joe's gift card! Thanks to Trader Joe's for sponsoring the Peristyle Podcast! Make sure you check out USCFootball.com for complete coverage of this USC Trojan football team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Drew Hendricks was a philosophy major who started in the agency world after building his first website in the 90's and never looked back. Today, he owns Nimbletoad, a full-service digital marketing agency that specializes in website design, SEO, and PPC. Recently, Drew expanded by founding Barrels Ahead, an agency where he adapts his love for wine and developed an organic growth marketing framework to address the unique needs of the wine and craft industry. Drew's conversation with Jason is filled with useful tips from all his years as an agency owner. He shares his secret to convert more proposals as well as why you should be quick to respond when potential clients reach out to you. Agency Owner vs Entrepreneur. The mastermind has really helped Drew understand the difference between being an agency owner and being an entrepreneur. Most agencies come to be as the result of a problem and he has seen that many agency owners focus on being an authority on that problem, instead of being an authority on your agency. Too many people are stuck in actually doing the work rather than kind of treating the agency as the project, he says. If you want to be a business owner then that needs to be your top priority. You can't do both. The secret sauce for proposals. Over the years of writing proposals, Drew has learned something that worked really well to help position the proposal, defray the pricing, and justify it through very objective terms. In the pre-talk process, you will usually ask the client who their competitors are. Then use tech tools to assess competitors' spending on SEO or PPC. When you show this data to your clients you can say, this is how much you need to spend to compete with them. And if they don't want to spend that amount? Then you let them know that maybe they should be playing in a smaller pond. Show enthusiasm. In a world where showing genuine excitement over something is supposed to make you uncool, dare to be different. If a potential client contacts you, call them as soon as you can. Don't be afraid to look too anxious. They'll appreciate the quick response. And that goes for other aspects of the business too. Our guest says he has interviewed many people and forgot the last time someone mentioned they were excited to work with the company. Sponsors and Resources Agency Dad: Today's episode is sponsored by Agency Dad. Agency Dad is an accounting solution focused on helping marketing agencies make better decisions based on their financials. Check out agencydad.money/freeaudit to get a phone call with Nate to assess your agency's financial needs and how he can help you. Subscribe Apple | Spotify | iHeart Radio | Stitcher | Radio FM Become an Authority on Your Agency and Use This Secret Sauce for Proposals Jason: [00:00:00] What's up, agency owners? Uh, excited to have you listening to the show today. I have one of our long-term mastermind members who has grown several agencies over the years, and really has taken… Today, we're going to talk about the amazing things that he's learned over the years and applied them to his current agency that he's doing right now. I think you're really going to love this episode, so let's get into it. Hey, Drew. Welcome to the show. Drew: [00:00:35] Thank you, Jason. Thank you for having me on. Jason: [00:00:37] So you're the first guest to, uh, actually be in the intro on the mountain, waving back to the drone. So I was just watching that. I was like, oh, there's Drew. So well I digress. Yeah. So tell us who you are and what do you do? Drew: [00:00:58] Yeah. I'm Drew Hendricks. Right now I'm running two agencies. One's Nimbletoad, which is a generalist agency. And the other one is a brand new venture called Barrels Ahead, which is sort of the culmination of everything I've learned over the last 30 years of running agencies. Jason: [00:01:12] Yeah, that's awesome. Uh, and you actually started an agency before me. So tell us kinda how did you get into it? And, uh, it tells us kind of the origin story. Drew: [00:01:24] Yeah, it's, uh, it's, it's kind of an interesting story. So in college, I majored in philosophy and ancient Greek with the goal of becoming a professor of philosophy. And upon graduating, I ended up, um, finding myself in San Francisco and, um, kind of biding my time until I could go get a PhD. And ended up getting a job as a stock boy at a winery and realized I had a really good palate for wine. And from then on, I just sort of started reading everything I could about wine and learning everything I could and figured out that, um, it's super interesting, and there was just so much knowledge that could be done there. So I ended up sticking around for 10 years in that wine store, revamped it to, um, change the name, rebranded it. Wrote one of the first, um, websites back in '90, '95 or so. Wrote a wine auction site. And from there in '98 started the first, um, agency, which was, um, Intellect; which helped independent wine stores compete with, um, better-leveraged chain stores. Like right then BevMo had just started launching, Trader Joe's was coming up in the ranks, and then Total Wine. So we helped wine stores with their marketing. Jason: [00:02:33] Wow. That's incredible. And especially going back to '95. Hell, man, I remember back in 95, we were all getting the AOL CDs for the free internet. Drew: [00:02:44] No, it was, it was, that was definitely the time. Jason: [00:02:47] What was it? Progidy? Drew: [00:02:52] Oh, wow. Pardon? Jason: [00:02:23] Or, or it was Prodigy, right? Like if… Drew: [00:02:56] Oh my God. Before that, no, in college it was Prodigy. I had a Prodigy account that was, you know, there was… In college, I remember the first day that I, that we actually got connected to the internet and I found it so interesting. I went to the school library and I was able to connect. I went to Gonzaga… went to Gonzaga and I was able to connect to the UCSD library down in California. And from there I could get out to a library in Europe and it blew my mind that I was able to go from Gonzaga, to UCSD to Europe. And from then on, I kind of caught the bug and right then HTML, it just started coming into it. And we actually wrote one of the first, um, one of my first philosophy, um, presentations actually at hyperlinks in it back in '92. Jason: [00:03:38] So Front Page or Dreamweaver? Or just plain text editor Drew: [00:03:45] Dreamweaver. It was Dre… but it was, this was precursor to Dreamweaver. Jason: [00:03:47] That's true. Yeah. I guess it was like Netscape Composer. Drew: [00:03:51] Yep. Yeah, it was making… My mind doesn't go back that far as far as the tools, but yeah, it was a lot of, um, Pearl scripts and CGI scripts. Jason: [00:04:01] Yeah. Well awesome. Well, let's, let's talk about kind of the journey or what are, what are some of the lessons, since you've had several agencies over the years. What are some lessons that, um, you'd like to share with the audience listening in? Drew: [00:04:17] I think one of the biggest ones that, and this is one that I only recently have come to the realization of... And it's actually been through this mastermind group, your mastermind group that really helped me realize the difference between an entrepreneur and an agency owner. And the importance of what an entrepreneur is. Because we usually start… most of the agencies that I've founded were the result of a problem. Like, I'd see a client would come in, they'd have an issue and I'd figure out how to solve it. We'd build them a site. We build them like a web platform. And then I figure, man, well, I can sell more of that. And then I become an authority in their problem, but not really even an authority on the actual agency. So what happens is we end up building, we have 10, 12, 15 clients, all, all very different problems, authority in all these different problems, but not an actual authority on running the ads. And I think this last iteration, we took the best of what we knew about and what our skillset is at Nimbletoad. And we're finding experts now to actually perform the processes that we do. Whereas I can now sit back as an entrepreneur and solve the problem of what actually can make that agency grow. And I think too many people are stuck in actually doing the work rather than kind of treating in the agency as the project. Jason: [00:05:36] Yeah. I mean, isn't that so true with, you know, I look at running an agency and kind of like six stages of climbing a mountain, right? So from the staging part, before you embark on, you know, making the climb to base camp; to the climbing, the crux, you know, the crest all the way to the summit. And right in the middle, right? Like it's kind of right in the middle is where you actually start working on the business. Like, that's how you can kind of get to the next level rather than in. And, uh, like I was saying in the mastermind, it's like in the very beginning you're constantly, always thinking about the what and how, and I'm like, no, no, no, you should be focused on who, who can do it? Who do I need to hire? … everyone else but you. Drew: [00:06:24] Yeah. That was a huge learning curve for us and, and for our agency. Figuring out actually that I, I, although I can do it, I'm not the best person to be doing. It was, it was a huge, huge step. Jason: [00:06:36] So how did you get over that? Because there's a lot of people listening right now that they struggle with that. Like, they're literally like, well, no one could do it as good as me. Drew: [00:06:48] You know, it was learning. It was learning to say no. And learning about where do you want to go? Cause really, like you said, would that plateau, if you're trying to be the authority in everything, you're an authority in nothing. So you really have to pick your battle. And if you want to be the best web developer out there, or the best SEO person, go get an in-house job at another agency and you can be the top dog for SEO. But if you want to run a company, that needs to be your top priority and you can't do both. Jason: [00:07:17] Exactly. Yeah. I, I tell people too that like 80% is better than you doing your full thing on it. Because cause you're doing a thousand different things, even if they're not at your a hundred percent, they're still ahead of you because you're doing so much, so many other things. So I'm like just, if you can find someone to do 80% that you know, to get there. Or I was interviewing someone not too long ago, um, who was also the mastermind Canopy guys. And, uh, he was struggling with, you know, delegating, um, and everything had to flow through him. He was like the toll booth of everything that had to go through on operations. And finally, uh, Brian, his partner went to him. It was, his name is Brian as well. So I was like, how did you guys start an agency, Brian and Brian? And he goes, look, I just need you to document 50%. And then that's a good foundation the team can take and build. And it's changed everything for them. And now they're, you know, their, their agency is well, you know, into the summit and beyond. Drew: [00:08:23] Yeah. Those guys are rocking it. Jason: [00:08:24] Yeah. Um, one thing I want to ask you and you, you talked about this, uh, I was just thinking about it. I know, I didn't tell you to pre preplan for it, but you did a incredible what's working now. Um, you know, at the digital agency experience, not too long ago, about proposals, um, of what you've learned. So tell, tell the listeners a little bit about that. Because I thought that was brilliant. Drew: [00:08:49] You know that I'm glad you brought that up. So we, over the years of writing proposals, we, I have figured out, now I don't want to say it's a secret sauce. But it's something that's worked real well to help, um, position the, um, the proposal and defray the pricing and justify it through, um, very, um, objective terms. So what happens in the, um, pre-talk and this is the secret sauce guy. So, you know… Jason: [00:09:17] Listen in. Drew: [00:09:20] So what happens in the pre-talk is you always ask who are your biggest competitors? So if it's an SEO person you're going to ask, um, who do you want to outrank? Or if it's a, um, pay-per-click or if it's even a local business, you need to get a list of the top three or four people that they want to actually outrank and compete against. So then in the, in the proposal stage, you take those three competitors and you run them through your tools, whether it's SpyFu or any of those business intelligence programs; which will give you a good idea of what those competitors are spending on SEO or spending on pay-per-click. This allows you to come up with a proposal and a pricing of that proposal with instant justification. So then when I walked in person through the proposal, a list of the competitors is the first thing. I'm like ok, we went back to our desk, put pencil to paper, you guys want to compete against these people. They're spending X on SEO. This guy's spending X on SEO. And this other third competitor is not spending anything on SEO, but he's spending a ton of paper. So, if we want to compete against these three people, this is where you need to be. And instantly, suddenly the… if the retainer is 10 grand a month, that may be what it is. And if they go, whoa, that's way too much. The instant objectification is, well, you may need to play in a smaller pond cause these aren't your competitors. Jason: [00:10:46] As an agency owner, it's hard to know when you have to make those big decisions. And I remember needing advice for thinking like hiring or firing or re-investing and, you know, when can I take distributions without hurting the agency? You know, we're excellent marketers, but when it comes to agency finances like bookkeeping, forecasting, or really organizing our financial data, most of us are really kind of a little lost. And that's why my friend Nate created Agency Dad specifically to solve these exact problems. You know, at Agency Dad they help agency owners handle the financial part of their agency so they can focus on what they're really good at. Nate has spent years learning the ins and outs of agency business. He understands everything from how to structure your books, to improving the billing process and really managing your financial efficiencies. Agency Dad will show you how to use your financial data to make the key decisions, you know, from making your agency more successful and most importantly, more profitable. If you want to know how your agency finances stack up to the rest of the industry, Agency Dad can tell you that you know how to do that. A lot of my listeners have already gotten their free audit from Agency Dad. If you haven't yet, go to agencydad.money/freeaudit before August 30th and get your free financial metrics. Also, just for smart agency listeners, find out how to get your first month of bookkeeping or dashboarding and consulting for free. It's time to clean up your agency finances and listen to dad. Go to agencydad.money/freeaudit that's agencydad.money/freeaudit. I think it's so brilliant. It's such punching him in the mouth. Uh, you know, I feel like, well, you know, it's kinda like shit or get off the pot. Um, you know, it's like, do you really want to compete against them? Because, and it's, and it's really compelling. Like I never thought about when you, when you shared that, like, that's really interesting. Like, I wish I did that on their proposals. Like if you really want to compete against them, because at the end, like I used to, like, I don't care who your competitors were because, you know, we were in the design business, right? Like, I didn't want to be sidetracked with designing something that looked like someone else. But like with the SEO or the pay-per-click, like you're talking about, like in comparing them… And then hitting them in the mouth going you know what? Maybe, maybe you need to go play in a smaller pond. Like that's fine. +Drew: [00:13:30] No one wants to hear that either. So it's, it's the best objection saying well, that's our pricing. Or it's the best refusal or rebuttal? Jason: [00:13:38] Oh, yeah, no, I, I love it. I mean, uh, we can end the interview now. I think everybody would be happy. Um, what's, what's another strategy, um, that, that you've learned over the years, uh, that you want to share with the audience? Drew: [00:13:54] You know, I would say be quick to respond. So many people worry about, oh, if I'm too quick to respond they're gonna think I'm too anxious. Or let's set up another date, I want them to know that I'm busy, but that's never worked out for me. I think you gotta be genuine. And if you really want it, show your enthusiasm. And actually the other thing is, and this ties into anybody outside of the agency, even applying for a job. We've been interviewing for an operations manager right now. And I've been through so many interviews, I cannot tell you the last time someone actually ended the interview saying I'm really excited about this position. I feel like I'd be a great fit. I can't wait to work for you. And the same thing when you're seeing a proposal or you're talking, everybody plays hard to get. If you're excited about winning the client, be honest and be enthusiastic. Let them know that you are stoked to be doing this. And I don't see that too often. Jason: [00:14:47] Yeah. It's such an easy thing. And like, if I wish we could actually have the permission to use, uh, the cut from Vince Vaughn in Swingers, when, you remember? When, when the one guy gets the girl's phone number. And he goes through his friends with how long should I wait? And they're like seven days, eight days, two weeks. And he's like calling her like over and over again. Like we've all seen that. And, uh, you know, I took, I took the approach you took, Drew. So if someone reached out on our website, I literally would call them while they're still on the website. And I would always call and I would say, hey, this is Jason from Solar Velocity. I'm so sorry. It took me so long to call you back. They're like, I just hit submit. I'm like, well, that's how pumped we are. Like, we really want to chat with you. And like, thinking back, we won so many deals. Like we are almost a quarter way done the deals when they actually would be like, hey, you know, we're still getting proposals. Like the first proposals from reaching out to people. I'm like idiots, you guys watched the movie swingers. Drew: [00:15:57] Yep. Yep. That is definitely did show enthusiasm and ask, ask for the sale. Jason: [00:16:03] That's an important thing too. Ask for the sale, you know, um, I'm doing training for you guys coming up, uh, around sales and like one of the parts that as I was doing this training, I was like, when we're auditing our salespeople, um, which you should be doing weekly. You know, one of the things you should be looking for is, is your sales person asking for the sale? Like that's the most important part. That's kind of like giving away everything and then going all right, well, chat with you later. Like ask for the freaking sale. Brilliant, awesome. Drew, this has been amazing, man. I don't know. What's taken me so long to get you on the podcast. So I'm so glad. And I'm glad that we actually saw you on the podcast on the mountain waving. Drew: [00:16:55] Oh, yeah. That' not….for listeners that don't know Jason's got a mountain's house, Swenk mountain. It's quite the climb, but beautiful view looking over the, over the lake and that's awesome. Jason: [00:17:10] Yeah, it was, it was fun. Especially the first year, you've been out there twice. And the first year it was kind of fun. No one really knew what to expect hiking up and at high elevation. And, uh, it was kind of fun watching… Drew: [00:17:23] Yeah, cause you were at like 10,000 feet or no? Jason: [00:17:25] Uh, no, the, the, the top of the mountain is, uh, 8200. Drew: [00:17:31] 82? See, I get the elevations all messed up. I was talking with another member of the mastermind about going over engineer paths on, on, on my podcast. Jason: [00:17:39] That was 13,000. Drew: [00:17:42] On the podcast. I talked about how we went over a 10,000-foot peak. I think it's a little higher. Jason: [00:17:48] Yeah. So the one we took the ATVs? Uh, yeah, that was 13,000. Um, so you were way up there above the… Drew: [00:17:56] That was an incredible experience. Jason: [00:17:58] Yeah. I'm so glad I can't wait for you guys to come back out. Um, is there anything I didn't ask you, Drew, that you think would benefit the audience? Drew: [00:18:07] I would say just figure out what you don't know. Figure out what you don't do and start there. I think there's a TV commercial that… maybe Matthew McConaughey was talking about that, but. Don't say yes to everything and figure out what you don't want to do, and then find a referral partner to refer that out to. That's so important because you don't have to actually lose the business. You can get the business back with a referral to another agency. Jason: [00:18:33] Yeah. Awesome. Or I'll say all right, all right. Um, where, uh, where can people check out the agency? Drew: [00:18:41] Go to barrelsahead.com and you can find me on Twitter at @DrewHendricks. Um, Facebook @DrewHendricks. Jason: [00:18:50] Awesome. Well, thanks so much, Drew, for coming on the show. You've rocked it. You killed it. A lot of really good, uh, information and strategies that people can go execute now. So if you guys liked this and you want to hear more of this and be surrounded by really cool people like Drew and so many others. Uh, I'd love to have you guys all check out the digitalagencyelite.com. Should be scrolling up or for the listeners. I mean, it's pretty easy name. That's why we picked it: digitalagencyelite.com. Go there, check it out. And it's an amazing group of people growing and sending the mountain faster together rather than all alone by your lonesome self. So, and until next time have a Swenk day.
In this episode, Lisa and the gang are taste-tasting a whopping 14 items from Trader Joe's! Stuff like their vegan enchilada casserole, 2 kinds of pumpkin yogurt, 2 vegan dips that are out of this world, a tasty tortilla chip, oatmeal bites, and SO MUCH MORE! Plus, a breaking chews food find that becomes part of the haul!!! There's only one thing left to do… PUSH PLAY NOW! And make sure you listen all the way through to find out how to win this week's prize!
Dee and SoSo are back after an unintentional hiatus. Join them as they catch up, review their latest finds with Sip or Spit, host their own Verzuz with a comparison of spirits you find at Trader Joe's and Costco, and more.
It's a true bestie conversation airing this morning! Erika and Shay are chatting all things SLOW COOKERS, AIR FRYERS AND INSTANT POTS! But wait! They're also chatting meal planning, Costco, Sam's, Trader Joe's and all things "getting food on the table". If you're a busy lady who also makes dinner most nights, this episode is for you! If you're in the market for a new appliance, this episode is for you. It's a girlfriend chat about those really important life issues...like which air fryer is the best ;) . If you love us, please follow us on Instagram @thebestiebreakdown, if you have reader questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we love positive reviews! Please listen, love us and give us a great rating! Show Notes: Amazon.com: Not a Happy Family: A Novel: 9781984880550: Lapena, Shari: Books The slow cooker both Besties have: All-Clad SD700450 Programmable Oval-Shaped Slow Cooker with Black Ceramic Insert and Glass Lid, 6.5-Quart, Silver https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0007SXBUQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_ATP4B7Q2Y9VEW09DFEW8 Instant Pot Duo 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker, Slow Cooker, Rice Cooker, Steamer, Sauté, Yogurt Maker, Warmer & Sterilizer, 6 Quart, Stainless Steel/Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FLYWNYQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_J8GRSEXHPBC8VGDYCMQE?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 Erika's Air Fryer: Limited-time deal: COSORI Air Fryer Max XL(100 Recipes) Digital Hot Oven Cooker, One Touch Screen with 13 Cooking Functions, Preheat and Shake Reminder, 5.8 QT, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GJBBGHG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_dl_V6202XWV4Y1YCXGXTAFB Andrew's Favorite Air Fryer: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07KWFC5Y7/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_apip_27A55XaBxSmnE Shay's Favorite Air Fryer: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079L2ZQGB/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_apip_Sd87WED2s97xcp https://www.amazon.com/Mix-Match-Mama-Simmers-Slow-Cooker-ebook/dp/B071RNMF38/ref=nodl_ Skillet Chicken Spaghetti Recipe | Mix and Match Mama Bbq Chicken Sliders Recipe | Mix and Match Mama File Transfer: 90363606462e4ac88a85b8b946e3e666.mov
In this edition of the Peristyle Podcast Coach Harvey Hyde and Ryan Abraham recap what was an extremely news-packed and interesting seven days for the USC football program. Within hours of us releasing our post-Stanford podcast athletic director Mike Bohn announced that Clay Helton was fired and Donte Williams was taking over the team as the interim head coach. Williams made accountability priority No. 1 for the entire USC football program and the results paid off with a 45-14 road win against the Washington State Cougars. Williams also has a quarterback controversy on his hands as true freshman Jaxson Dart came in for the injured Kedon Slovis and threw for 391 yards in his debut, a USC record. Please review, rate and subscribe to the Peristyle Podcast on Apple Podcasts! The best 5-star review each week will get a $50 Trader Joe's gift card! Make sure you check out USCFootball.com for complete coverage of this USC Trojan football team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
If you're part of the Trader Joe's fan club, you might find it hard to believe that our host, Cherry Bombe founder Kerry Diamond, has never shopped at the famous grocery chain. On this episode, Kerry makes up for lost time and visits her local Trader Joe's in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, along with assistant producer Jenna Sadhu to learn all about the chain's popular mix of product and price point, and why Trader Joe's is so obsessed with pumpkin and snacks. Jenna shares the history of the beloved brand and she and Kerry walkthrough cult-fave products including Speculoos Cookie Butter and Everything But The Bagel Sesame Seasoning. Kerry shares what she tossed in her shopping cart and what gets her thumb's up and thumb's down. Thank you to Kerrygold butter and cheese made with milk from Irish grass-fed cows, and to Ace Hotel Brooklyn. For 15% off your stay, use code cherryb.
This week, Sami is joined by our fave comedian and co-host of the Betches' podcast, U Up?, Jared Freid. They start off by talking about the difference between eating during quarantine vs. out of quarantine, eating in airport lounges, and what being satiated means to Jared. Then they give everyone an update on Jared's life, his workout plan, and how working with a nutritionist has changed his eating habits. They also talk about the creative dips section at Trader Joe's, choosing the pretzels over the crudités, entering snack land, and having your parents comment on what you're eating. Then they discuss the difference between eating while in a relationship vs. eating while single and lastly, Jared answers some rapid fire questions that you all submitted about dating.
Fellow Headgum podcaster Billy Bryk joins Amir, Faris, and Geoff to discuss ill airplane passengers, Xanax, and the best snacks from Trader Joe's. BUY THE HEADGUM PODCAST MERCH! Advertise on The Headgum Podcast via Gumball.fm Rate The Headgum Podcast 5-stars on Apple Podcasts. Join the Headgum Discord. Check out our sponsor MyBookie See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Peristyle Podcast hosts Ryan Abraham and Keely Eure do their best to recap what turned out to be one extremely crazy week around the USC football program between the blowout loss to Stanford in the Coliseum, Clay Helton being fired less than 48 hours later, Donte Williams being named associate head coach and then a "regular" week of practice preparing for the first conference road game against Washington State. Ryan and Keely also give updates on the injury situation around the football program, what Williams, athletic director Mike Bohn, the team captains and assistant coaches had to say after the Helton firing and as always they take the time to answer all of your email questions, text messages and voicemails. Please review, rate and subscribe to the Peristyle Podcast on Apple Podcasts! The best 5-star review each week will get a $50 Trader Joe's gift card! Thanks to Trader Joe's for sponsoring the Peristyle Podcast! Make sure you check out USCFootball.com for complete coverage of this USC Trojan football team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Once again, we're falling head over pumpkin for fall. In this episode of Inside Trader Joe's you'll get a sneak peek at some of our favorite new stuff, like Pumpkin Alfredo Sauce and Pumpkin Oat Beverage, and even some things that have no pumpkin at all (gasp!), like Butternut Mac & Cheese Bites and Maple Walnut Biscotti. Grab a pen and a piece of paper - you're going to want to make a list. Transcript (PDF)