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Hello Listeners! I’m so thankful to be back with a new (to most of you) episode. As I traveled out of town unexpectedly for a funeral this week, I did have to deviate from my planned release schedule. But! I'm so excited to bring back only the 3rd episode I ever released, which remains one of my favorites to this day. My guest is Daniela Wilson, author of the powerful, emotional memoir "On Both Sides of the Iron Curtain". When I began telling people about my idea for this podcast, I met people in two camps. On the one hand, I talked to people who immediately *got* the idea and, on the other hand, skeptics. As excited as I was, the concerns of the skeptics had me a little nervous. But I remember getting off the phone with Daniela and just knowing this idea WAS going to work. We traced the role of food through the rejection Daniela faced in the former Czechoslovakia, her courageous defection to Canada , and the redemption she ultimately found in a dramatic conversion and new relationships. I remember playing this episode in the car for my kids to hear and feeling so, so lucky that I could get to know Daniela this way and that my kids got to hear her story, learn about her culture, and be enriched by the views forged by Daniela's dramatic experiences. Listeners, thank you so much for being here and I’m thrilled to share this special episode with you. Listen Now to Daniela Wilson Highlights of "Bringing Naples to Baltimore" A name that tells the story of a dramatic life of suffering and hope. Plus the naming conventions that make it easier to find a doctor in Czech Republic! Life defining memories made as a 5 year old resulting in a life long struggle against feelings of fear, trauma, and rejection The desperate choice Daniela made between life and death as a 19 year old Whether communism or openness led to more changes in authentic, traditional Czech cooking A different approach to meals in Czech Republic That line between cooking as an act of love or an act of control A very, VERY different approach to Easter Egg Hunts Christmas dinner that lived in a bathtub!! How is it that the Czech people ate meat and flour for almost every meal and were never overweight? The culture shock of a first visit to a Canadian supermarket Recipes Associated with this Episode Charcuterie Board Chleba Bread Traditional Apple Strudel Baked Brie with Roasted Grapes Find Daniela's Book On Both Sides of the Iron Curtain Pin This Episode Related Episodes Bonus Episode: Czech Heirloom Pieces A Hungarian "Friday Meal" with Dora Hurley More About The Storied Recipe Podcast The concept of The Storied Recipe is unique - every guest gives me a recipe that represents a cherished memory, custom, or person. I actually make, photograph, and share the recipe. During the interview, I discuss the memories and culture around the recipe, and also my experience (especially my mistakes and questions!) as I tried it. My listeners and I are a community that believes food is a love language unto itself. With every episode, we become better cooks and global citizens, more grateful for the gift of food, and we honor those that loved us through their cooking. Subscribe to the podcast in Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or simply search for The Storied Recipe in your favorite player. I am also a storytelling photographer celebrating food in extraordinary light You can shop The Storied Recipe Print Shop (where every image tells a story) here. Please Rate or Review The Podcast The Storied Recipe is more than a podcast. It is a community of curious, thoughtful individuals that love food, culture, and people. I depend on the community for feedback and the growth of the podcast. If you enjoyed this episode, would you please consider sending it to a friend or family member? Also,
Ever heard of a chesterfield, wonder what an eavestrough is or a garburator? Find out what these words mean and many more in this episode of speaking like a Canadian…eh! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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FOLLOW THE WINE ADVENTURE Website: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: TikTok: CHECK OUT: UNDERSTANDING WINE WITH AUSTIN BEEMAN Video Podcast: Itunes Podcast: Direct RSS feed: WORK WITH AUSTIN: [email protected] Austin Beeman is a 20 year veteran of the wine business with extensive experience in Marketing and Sales (wholesale, retail, & DTC.) Currently Vice President of Marketing for Cutting Edge Selections - one of the leading fine wine distributors of the Midwest, Austin has a deep knowledge of the global wine business. While Director of Marketing for Bonny Doon Vineyard, he managed one of the most successful crowdfunding campaigns in the wine industry. His video podcast “Understanding Wine with Austin Beeman” has been praised in USA Today and his photography has appeared in The Wall Street Journal. Austin holds an MBA in Wine & Spirits Management from Kedge Business School in Bordeaux.
In this episode of On The Back Bar Podcast, Chris talks to Symphony Loo about the the much anticipated Negroni week and what Campari is doing throughout the region of South East Asia to support it. Symphony is the South East Asia Brand Ambassador for Campari Group and for the last three years has been developing bartenders throughout the region.
This week’s episode takes us on a ride to discuss the classic, elegant, and unforgettable cocktail that is the White Lady. Come find your seat in the time machine and get ready to hear about its origin and even a possible renaming done by the time travelers themselves. Cheers!Links:
This week, we’re taking a short break from our regular schedule to share a special bonus episode with our friends at Martin’s Famous Potato Rolls, Real Good Fish and Wickles Pickles. Join host, Kappy, in his kitchen as he creates a sandwich combining ingredients from a few of our season’s partners to make a delicious lunch (or dinner). He walks you step-by-step through the recipe so you can literally cook along with him in real time. For the full recipe instructions, visit beyondtheplatepodcast.com. Enjoy this episode as we go Beyond the Plate... with Kappy… in his kitchen! If you’re cooking along with us at home, find the ingredient and preparation list below or listen and enjoy for your next meal inspiration. Makes 2 Sandwiches RECIPE INGREDIENTS For the Blackening/Cajun Spice: 1 Tablespoon sweet paprika 1 Tablespoon smoked paprika 1 teaspoon onion powder 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 teaspoon New Mexico green chile powder, or chile powder of your choice 1/2 teaspoon dried oregano 1/2 teaspoon dried thyme *salt and pepper will be used on their own to season the fish For the ‘Christmas’ Remoulade: 1/2 cup mayo Splash of rice vinegar, about 1 Tablespoon 1-2 Tablespoons Wickles Wicked Jalapeño Relish 1-2 Tablespoons Wickles Spicy Red Sandwich Spread Salt and pepper, to taste For the Sandwich: 2 Martin's Hoagie Rolls, or other long rolls 2-3 Tablespoons butter, softened/spreadable Sprinkle of granulated garlic, about 1/2 teaspoon 2, 4-6 oz. fillets of Real Good Fish Rockfish, or other thin white fish fillets Salt and pepper, to taste Olive oil cooking spray Olive oil or vegetable oil 1 cup shredded lettuce (shrettuce), such as iceberg or romaine 1 tomato, cut into ¼” inch thin slices Your favorite hot sauce, to splash, optional 1 lemon, cut into wedges, optional EQUIPMENT ESSENTIALS 1 medium to large size cast iron skillet (or skillet type of choice) 2 small mixing bowls Baking sheet or aluminum foil Fish spatula or turner This episode (and recipe) is made possible with the help of our friends at Martin’s Famous Potato Rolls, Real Good Fish and Wickles Pickles. Check out our #BtPlatePodcast Merch at www.BeyondthePlateMerch.com Follow Beyond the Plate on Facebook and Twitter Follow Kappy on Instagram and Twitter
Time for our September episode and we have a special guest joining us again this time around, Charlotte. Vinh is on lead this time with discussion of rock, paper, scissors mechanics in games (poor Bulbasaur). Then a random discussion about fun facts (joy brought from included facts not guaranteed). Finishing by bringing someone new in on our regular game. If you want to email us you can reach us at [email protected]
From lawyer to baker, today’s guest has proven that when you put your mind to something, anything is possible. Vallery Lomas was in the middle of law school when the recession hit and her dream of a job offer before leaving school was no more. Without a job lined up, she ended up traveling to France before moving to New York City where she started a macaron company. She was baking constantly, and loving it, but it wasn’t quite paying the bills. When she finally lined up a job in the legal field, and was still working weekends and late hours to run her macaron business, she knew something had to give. But surprisingly, it wasn’t her law career… at least not yet. It wasn’t till years later that the foodie bug hit Vallery again and she started blogging about her recipes and posting to Instagram. She quickly got noticed by casting agents and was chosen for the first season of The Great American Baking Show, a franchise of The Great British Bake Off. Five weeks of long hours and lots of baking…. something Vallery hoped would mean great things for her path in baking. Unfortunately, before Vallery could be announced the winner, the show was pulled off the air after the premiere. Vallery’s heart was broken and she questioned what to do next. Today on Courtney, Beyond the Cake, Vallery shares with us what happened next, and how she decided she’d rather take a risk on something she loved than play it safe with something she didn’t. Vallery’s first cookbook, Life is What You Bake It, was just published, and you’ll also see her over on Food Network’s website and app, as the host of Vallery Bakes Your Questions. She’s also appeared on CNN, the Today Show, Live with Kelly and Ryan, the History Channel and the Hallmark Channel. Originally from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Vallery attended college and law school in Los Angeles, practiced law in Washington D.C., and spent a gap year in Paris—where she perfected both her French and pastry skills—before settling in Harlem. She is also a frequent columnist and recipe contributor to the New York Times. FoodInNewYork.com Life is What You Bake It />Sponsors:Get 10% off your first month by visiting BetterHelp.com/beyondcakeGet $10 off your first purchase by downloading the Poshmark app and entering the invite code beyondthecake
The Whiskey Women combine a few of their passions -- books, environmentalism, and whiskey -- when they sit down with Shanna Farrell, author of the new book A Good Drink: In Pursuit of Sustainable Spirits. In this eye-opening discussion, Shanna gives Janet and Blair the scoop on which distilleries are prioritizing green practices, how the bar industry can create less waste, and how consumers can demand more transparency when it comes to what ends up in their glasses.
Jenn has a choice description for the whiskey of week and Diana reads the episode for horrific sound editing .... all while she messes up the audio recording and delivers sub-par audio herself. Karma's a real bitch sometimes. Email: [email protected] Instagram: @on_the_rocks_pod Diana's Reading List: About Time by Tat Wood and Lawrence Miles TARDIS Eruditorum by Elizabeth Sandifer Doctor Who The Unfolding Text by John Tulloch and Manuel Alvarado Doctor Who Celebrating Fifty Years by Alan Kistler Doctor Who & Race edited by Lindy Orthia Thanks to @dinodannysart on Instagram for the sweet logo!
Meet Nate Miles, who with is partner Matt Nagy, created Groove Wines. It's a thoughtful, stylish brand that believes in transparency. If you prefer wines that are made with little intervention; if you're concerned about the environment, preferring less harmful alternatives, then you'll want to hear about Groove Wines. These intriguing varietals and blends feature names like Joyride, The Daydreamer, The Wild One and The Raconteur. What's more, they're ready for home or on the go!
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