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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Ryan Riley. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Ryan Riley, often where they are interviewed.

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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Ryan Riley. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Ryan Riley, often where they are interviewed.

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Food, Health & Happiness - Ryan Riley, Sophie Medlin, Myles Hopper

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We're delighted to bring you Episode 5 of the Pandemic Pantry Podcast. This week we’ve been speaking to Ryan Riley from the fabulous “Life Kitchen” as well as dietician Sophie Medlin about how to manage our eating during and after lockdown and inspiring business owner Myles Hopper from Mindful Chef, the recipe box service with a difference.
May 20 2020 ·
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Table Talk: Ryan Riley

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Ryan Riley is a chef and entrepreneur, whose organisation Life Kitchen gives free cookery classes to people with cancer. On the podcast, he talks about his own mother's struggle with cancer, how the best ideas always come on Tuesday nights (and with a drink), and why umami is the key to cooking for people with taste. Ryan's cookbook with favourite recipes from Life Kitchen is out now.

Table Talk is a series of podcasts where Lara Prendergast and Olivia Potts talk to high profile guests about their life story, through the food and drink that has come to define it. Listen to past episodes here.
Apr 27 2020 · 28mins

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With Ryan Riley

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Ryan Riley is a chef and entrepreneur, whose organisation Life Kitchen gives free cookery classes to people with cancer. On the podcast, he talks about his own mother's struggle with cancer, how the best ideas always come on Tuesday nights (and with a drink), and why umami is the key to cooking for people with taste. Ryan's cookbook with favourite recipes from Life Kitchen is out now.

Presented by Olivia Potts and Lara Prendergast.
Apr 21 2020 · 28mins
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Ep225: The One Pound Side Bet | Featuring Ryan Riley of Life Kitchen

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Yeah yeah yeah. TickyOff is back. Wake up. What else do you have to do with your time? Today James and Sam kick off with some lockdown boozing chat, a little Michael Gove yap and they wonder a while on whether their wives should guest upon the TickyOff.

Then Ryan Riley of Life Kitchen appears before them digitally via the new found miracle of video conferencing technology and those two digital mouths become three digital mouths and all three mouths speak, digitally on a number of topics. These include Ryan’s origin story to setting up Life Kitchen following the death of his mother, his move back up North, going on ‘Lorraine’ and what to do with one’s hands on ‘Saturday Kitchen’. There’s also a deep dive into creating flavour in dishes for people with compromised palates due to medical treatment, synergistic umami and a taco made from pineapple.

All this plus, Sam yet again thinks baked potatoes are far too hot and James makes soup for his kids. Wow. Hot spuds and bad soup equals good TickyOff times.

This episode is sponsored by wine delivery folk for humanity dropwine.co.uk

Apr 02 2020 · 41mins

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Ryan Riley: Life Kitchen

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Food entrepreneur and author of Life Kitchen Ryan Riley talks through the four food moments which brought taste, flavour and the joy of eating back to thousands of people living with cancer.

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Mar 12 2020 · 33mins
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Rose Harissa - Food as a Moment of Light in the Darkness with Ryan Riley

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In this episode, I am Breaking Bread with Ryan Riley. Ryan is a food writer and stylist and the founder of Life Kitchen, a charity he launched in memory of his mother, Krista, who died of cancer. About 50% of people who undertake chemotherapy experience changes in taste that can take away the pleasure in eating. Life Kitchen designs recipes and runs cookery classes to help guests enjoy food again.


In this episode Ryan describes how he set up Life Kitchen, what his mum would have thought of the endeavour and shares some very touching anecdotes about his close relationship with his best friend.

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Aug 04 2018 · 58mins
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F# with Ryan Riley

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In this podcast Ryan Riley explains the concepts behind the functional language F#.
Dec 02 2009 ·
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Ryan Riley, "An Alternate Memory Architecture for Code Injection Prevention"

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Code injection attacks, in their various forms, have been in
existence and been an area of consistent research for a number of
years. A code injection attack is a method whereby an attacker
inserts malicious code into a running computing system and
transfers execution to his malicious code. In this way he can gain
control of a running process or operating system due to the fact
that his injected code will run at the same privilege level as the
entity being attacked. At the user-level, these attacks can be used
to gain access to a system through an application bug. At the
kernel-level, they are commonly used to install kernel rootkits and
hide an attacker's presence on a machine.

In this talk I will discuss code injection with regards to the
memory architecture of modern computer systems. I will compare two
common memory architectures, von Neumann and Harvard, with respect
to their susceptibility to code injection attacks and the
advantages and disadvantages of each in practice. Based on this, I
will present a third memory architecture which is immune to code
injection attacks and describe implementations of it that are able
to stop code injection at the user and kernel levels. My
experimental results show that this architecture is able to
effectively and efficiently prevent code injection attacks against
unmodified operating systems and applications running on standard
x86 hardware.
Jan 29 2009 ·