Happy Thanksgiving! On #TheMenu: APPS: Christmas Lights before Thanksgiving? A special #Brewsday, so you don't say the wrong thing to your in-laws. 2020's been wild, but what are you thankful for? MAIN COURSE (19:40): Every state's favorite Thanksgiving sides (White Gravy?). (35:20)"ONLY PICK 2" Thanksgiving Food Edition. (47) Thanksgiving Football, is it a centerpiece or background noise? And do the Lions need to be on? (54:30) Thanksgiving Do's and Don'ts. DESSERT (59): A special Thanksgiving "What We're Listening To"!WATCH the Brunch Breakdown on YouTube and Facebook. LISTEN EVERYWHERE! See yinz at the table!
"She’s Italian New Yorker and she just makes so much food for the family. Food for them is all about really being with your family and connecting with people, it’s not just about eating it’s about this whole moment you have with your family. "My guest on today’s episode, Meagan Bickerstaff, originally hails from San Francisco and now lives in another seaside town (perhaps not as sunny though). She recorded this episode from her home in Brighton where she lives with her partner Jukes and their two beautiful children – Hudson (whose nickname is "Bear") and Wilder. Meagan shares a very special recipe that her Italian grandad and his sister brought with them when they immigrated to New York in the early 1930s and even though she will be the first to admit that she isn’t the best cook – the dish actually came out really good! Meagan is one of those people whom you just can’t comprehend how she fits in the time to do everything. She heads up marketing for a start up company, launched her own influence platform a couple of years ago called Inkwave, is community lead of the blog @happynewmum, the volunteer head of marketing for women in communications network Bloom and all of this whilst being a mum to two boys under five. Other than cooking her family’s wonderful dish, we discuss some more serious topics such as the fantastic initiatives for diversity and equality in the workplace that Bloom is doing – to the more colourful topics of Trolls World Tour the movie and of course, Thanksgiving. Please rate, review and subscribe if you enjoy the podcast. The recipe for “Aunt Shirley's Meatballs” can be found on whatweate.co.uk @what_we_ate_podcast
It’s time for some family bonding! Scheana is joined by her mother and an actual legend, the one and only, her Great Aunt Shirley. She talks about playing women’s professional baseball in the 40s and 50s on the Rockford Peaches. Fun fact: The film “A League of Their Own” is actually based on Aunt Shirley’s team and she even makes an appearance in the movie! This week’s episode is sponsored by Pretty Litter – Go to PrettyLitter.com and use promo code SHAY for 20% off your first order. Scheananigans with Scheana Shay is produced by ACTIONPARK MEDIA. Follow us on Instagram:@scheana@scheananigans@actionparkmediagroup
"The One with Aunt Shirley" Word of the Day - "Bodewash"
Glitter & Gossip
New Orleans Saints, Consumer Electronics Show 2019, Cocaine bust A little glitter to get you feeling good, and a little gossip we can't live without. New episodes air every Thursday at 7pm CST on WBUZ95 Follow us on instagram. Learn more about the hosts Sponsored by: The Hair Show and Article & Thread Boutique--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/glitterandgossip/support
'She really showed me what unconditional love was': Tina Dietz remembers her great aunt Shirley
StoryCorps North Dakota
Your childhood shapes you, for better or for worse. Tina Dietz visited the StoryCorps MobileBooth with her partner, Patrick Conteh. In this excerpt, we learn about the lives that shaped hers – most significantly, her great aunt Shirley. StoryCorps is a national initiative to record and collect stories of everyday people. Excerpts were selected and produced by Prairie Public. Thanks Basin Electric Power Cooperative of Bismarck for helping sponsor the StoryCorps visit to North Dakota. Ashley Thornberg edited this excerpt.
A Marathon With Katrina Chester & Cara Albero. Cara in NY joins Katrina in LA for an impromptu practice! Aren’t those the best though? With Passover honored this week, the topic of family naturally arrived. Cara shares her recent practice moment involving her mom and her aunt Shirley related to relationships and the navigation of practice when reactions of obligation and guilt arrive. Katrina shares her beginner amazement after diving into one of the five books of Moses (Exodus) from the Jewish Bible. “I am so honored that now I can open up to ancient wisdom from many religious teachings. Way more than I was exposed to growing up, and once only seen through my individual lens of limits. Please pardon my naive, but heartfelt, interpretation fueled by excitement of the symbology of another profound living, breathing road map” As Ram Dass might say “an accomplishment for an Italian girl from NY” – Maybe someday we can live in a world where all, no matter what Religion, what is heard in “Good Pesach” is a message of compassion for one another because we have all felt “passed over” or a lack of Freedom, from something at some point in each of our lives.” ~ Katrina Chester ~ Apologies for the length! Maybe listen in parts! Good thing Passover IS a week long ~ www.FunctionalYogaOnline.com ~ Music and editing: Ian Hatton