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This week Jeremy and Dave explore Route 66 in Texas – home of the Panhandle Plains! Join us as we visit the home of the world's largest steaks (Big Texan Steak Ranch), the most offbeat public art project in America (Cadillac Ranch), and an abandoned Route 66 ghost town (Glenrio), along the way in Texas.
In this week’s Travel Q&A, Jeremy discusses the cleanest & dirtiest things in your hotel room. This week’s Travel Archive shares some classic commercials from the Golden Age of radio. In the On the Lighter Side comedy segment, there's more fun comedy the whole family can enjoy.
Join us for another hour of roadtripping, travel, and fun on this week’s edition of Road Trip Radio!
Don't forget to pick up your copy of Jeremy's new book The Road Trip Book: Travel America Like You've Always Dreamed. Head over to roadtripradiousa.com for a $5 discount code or get your Kindle copy for $9.99 today!
Episode 160 “No Service”
In this Elsie-less episode John deals with three steaks and a widow next door with dementia. Marc regales a tale of drinks with former co-host Ben riddled with customer service fiascoes. They cover restaurant tipping, sixteenth century social media and stumble through a game of “Finish My Sentence”.
in Self Help
Chef Elliott is honored to share the technical skills and culinary wisdom of his friend and colleague, Executive Chef Moses Jackson.
Chef Moses has over 20 years of culinary experience. He learned the importance of using the freshest ingredients early on. He was introduced to cooking by his mother Annabell, when at 10 years old he prepared a steak dinner for her. She knew then that he had an interest in cooking. Chef Moses continues that fine tradition of using only the best ingredients as if he were still preparing meals for Annabell. In addition to the old family favorites, Chef Moses takes these same recipes and interjects new twists to create his signature soups and sauces.
On this episode of Chewing The Fat with Big & Beefy , Chef Rob Burmeister and Chef Clemenza Caserta Jr. welcome Chef Kashia Zollicoffer from Hell's Kitchen Season 12. The chefs want to know about her Hellish time in Chef Gordon Ramsey's Kitchen. If we are lucky maybe some of Kashia's castmates will call into the show to Chew The Fat.
Also scheduled as always is our Top Five List which will be "Top Five Foods You Always Screw Up" in the kitchen.
Our Food Fight is a Hell's Kitchen Theme. What do you think is the most screwed up entree on Hell's Kitchen? Is it The Beef Wellington or The Scallops with Risotto?
The Food News will be stacked as always.
The Curvacious Cook may be calling in to let us know what she has been up to in her Kitchen This week.
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This segment will be the first Bilingual segment on BTR. Why because people really need to understand fully that chemical-foods like coke, chips, Wonder Bread, donuts, chicken nuggets and Captain Crunch are bad for you and that broccoli, spinach, chicken (with the skin on), steak, pork, olives and cucumbers are healthy foods? Sadly, at this point in America, the answer is yes. That’s how successful the brainwashing of incessant marketing has been to convince us to eat unhealthy foods. And, that doesn’t bode well for the health of our children and future generations.
The vast majority of Americans have no idea what real food is, have no taste for it, won’t spend the money on it and, won’t feed it to their kids. It is no coincidence that the vast majority of Americans, and their kids, are so sick.
The disconnect between our toxic diets and the resulting sickness is stunning with Neurofeedback we see miracles. Tune in as we share how treatment with Neurofeedback help retrain the brain and bring totally healing to the entire body. Get rid of diabetes, heart disease, stroke, auto-immune diseases, anxiety, depression, ADD/ADHD, etc, are pandemic
We’re talking with Mike Warren from Instructables.com about back yard hacks that’ll get you noticed—and so you can get the most out of your summer. For single-serve cookout portions, Instructables' beer can grill is easily loaded with a few charcoal briquettes and is instantly hot-dog ready. Want to bring your tunes and CDs down the lazy river? Mike brings it with a wild inner tube project. And for a project that’ll impress Theresa’s girlfriends: A watermelon margarita—literally made out of a watermelon. All you need is an immersion blender and the right booze. And for the steak man in your crew: we find out how to use the T-bone in a T-bone steak as a knife to eat more steak with. To get and share whacky ideas of how to make a project, hit up Instructables.com for more backyard hacks and other wild ideas—both family-friendly and what Mike calls ‘after-dark’. It’s all good.
"I make tasty, dangerous, and fun things...sometimes all at once! When I'm not melting microwaves or spray painting dinosaurs I can usually be found relaxing with a nice cup of coffee." -- Mike Warren (aka Mikeasaurus)?
On tonight's episode:
What we're drinking/eating.
Fantasy Football News - The Chris Johnson Story, Andre Brown = Ben Tate?, Will Manziel go #1?, Late Pickups, I'm sorry Mr. Jackson and more..
Meanwhile, in the real world..
Game of Thrones - Recap, review and preview for next week.
The Americans - S02E06 "Behind the Red Door" review and preview for next week.
Good Protein Sources
Protein can help you shed those unwanted pounds -- and keep your belly full. But it's important to eat the right amount and the right kind of protein to get its health benefits.
Seafood is an excellent source of protein because it's usually low in fat. Fish such as salmon is a little higher in fat, but it is the heart-healthy kind: it has omega-3 fatty acids.
Stick to the white meat of poultry for excellent, lean protein. Dark meat is a little higher in fat. The skin is loaded with saturated fat, so remove skin before cooking.
Milk, Cheese, and Yogurt
Not only are dairy foods like milk, cheese, and yogurt excellent sources of protein, but they also contain valuable calcium, and many are fortified with vitamin D. Choose skim or low-fat dairy to keep bones and teeth strong and help prevent osteoporosis.
Eggs are one of the least expensive forms of protein. The American Heart Association says normal healthy adults can safely enjoy an egg a day.
One-half cup of beans contains as much protein as an ounce of broiled steak. Plus, these nutritious nuggets are loaded with fiber to keep you feeling full for hours.
This great and versatile white meat is 31% leaner than it was 20 years ago.
Fifty grams of soy protein daily can help lower cholesterol by about 3%. Eating soy protein instead of sources of higher-fat protein -- and maintaining a healthy diet -- can be good for your heart.
Research shows that including a source of protein like an egg or Greek yogurt at breakfast along with a high-fiber grain like whole wheat toast can help you feel full longer and eat less throughout the day.
It's episode 33! Things fall apart. The center cannot hold. Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world:
Our friend Jared started listening to the podcast! WHEEE!
a lot of Islam (not all of it, but a lot of it)
Fundamentalist Religious Horseshit and the advent of technology
Maynard has 2 strokes
Cobble pisses a bloody tooth
Craycroft refuses to discuss his parentage
Crafting books for children
Credit coaching by Cobble and Craycroft
AND MUCH, MUCH MORE! COME EACHA VEGGIES
Community broadband project teams and stakeholders always hear that these network services are the new utility, they improve economic development and people use broadband to find jobs. But what's missing? After the news stories, conferences, Webinars and calls to colleagues, what do those folks driving broadband deployments still need to know?
Jeffrey Gavlinski, one of the two primary people behind this year's successful Mountain Connect rural broadband conference, shares what he finds are the questions, answers and information that still elude individuals, many of whom don't even know what they don't know. Do we really understand what these networks should be producing? Are project teams being taught the a-b-c's of building good networks, and how to market them effectively before and after deployment?
Knowledge is power, but what you don't know can kill even the most promising broadband plans. Gavlinski has attended plenty of conference, talks frequently with lots of people and stays on top of broadband news in preparation for his own conference. The industry is marketing a lot of sizzle these days, but is it giving those who need more news they can use enough steak and side dishes? This interview gives listeners an overview of the kinds of details required to fill in the knowledge gaps and where these details may be found. The role of consultants in filling these gaps is also examined.
Old time friend James Bachelder shared a link. that pretty much says it all:
~~~OK BOYS AND GIRLS~~~~HE'S COMING TO TOWN~~~
Monday-Wednesday!!! Our own former Skeeter is bringing his LIVE podcast promotions to town.
That's right...Bill Pickle (MHS '68) will be hosting his "In the Pickle Barrel" LIVE talk show from 7 am - 8:30 am* at Steak Angus, 717 N. Bryan-Beltline Rd, Mesquite. You are invited to come by, drag up a chair, order breakfast, listen or maybe even participate in his WORLDWIDE production. Come on out and join us...
....OR.....just go to www.blogtalkradio.com/inthepicklebarrel and listen in as we talk talk politics Texas (and South Carolinian) style. Two states that share so much history, success and pain.
What part will Texas and South Carolina play in the 2014 and 2016 elections ? Who will be the next Texas Governor?
* This week, the Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday show will be aired at 7-8:30am CST/ 8-9:30 EST since they will be live in Texas
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