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21 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jonathan Gold. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jonathan Gold, often where they are interviewed.

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21 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jonathan Gold. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jonathan Gold, often where they are interviewed.

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Nyesha Arrington in a Post-Jonathan Gold World

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The born and raised Angeleno talks peace, love, and cooking at home in quarantine. She's living in a post-Jonathan Gold world, but his life and work is remembered and still inspires. And it's also all turkey and biscuits, Venice cheeseburgers, sesame chocolate cookies, and Hillstone of course.

Aug 14 2020 · 45mins
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Remembering Jonathan Gold

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July is a month designated as National Culinary Arts Month. It's a month set aside to recognize the creativity and hard work of cooks and chefs. There is perhaps no one who appreciated them more than the late Jonathan Gold of the Los Angeles Times, the Pulitzer Prize-winning restaurant critic who helped put L.A. on the culinary map. Gold died in July of 2018. This week on the podcast, we remember Jonathan Gold by revisiting a conversation from 2016. Gold celebrated food and the people who made and served it with humanity.

Jul 15 2020 · 54mins
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Top Chef: All-Stars L.A. | Season 17, Episode 2 Recap: “The Jonathan Gold Standard!”

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Please unpack your knives and stay! The Top Chef Judges' Table is back on Reality TV RHAP-Ups to cover season 17, Top Chef: All-Stars L.A.

The post Top Chef: All-Stars L.A. | Season 17, Episode 2 Recap: “The Jonathan Gold Standard!” appeared first on RobHasAwebsite.com.

Mar 29 2020 · 1hr 19mins
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Treating Your Day Camp Like a Business - With Jonathan Gold - Day Camp Pod #23

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…Because it IS a business!

Don’t get us wrong, camp is the best, most fun, amazing, happy-go-lucky place there is. It has to be that for the staff for the campers, but as a director, if you want your camp to be around of the long run, there’s a more serious side that you need to consider, and that’s the reality of the fact that your camp is a business.

Let’s be clear, we’re not here to tell you that spreadsheets, budgets and financial statements are fun, but they are necessary. As our guest, Jonathan Gold says, “you don’t love putting gas in your car, but you sure need it!”

Along with Jonathan are our regular hosts, Andy, Sam and Ehren to dive deep into taking care of business at your day camp.

Tune into this episode to hear more about:

  • Jonathan Gold’s camp origin story

  • Jonathan’s camp pyramid of importance from cash flow at the base, all the way up to the easier day to day problems

  • How to build a culture of financial prudency among other people that spend money at camp

  • The changing landscape of the camping industry and their financial implications

  • Practical steps for intentionally planning out your budget and managing cashflow

  • Even more practical and important tips…

Do you have a financial tip or question that we didn’t cover in this episode? Let us know in the comments or send us an email to daycampquestions@gocamp.pro

Any questions? Ideas for shows? Topics? Guests? Please send them to daycampquestions@gocamp.pro

THE DAY CAMP PROGRAM TIP OF THE WEEK

Andy - Homebase App for hourly employees. Tracking hours, reminders, notes for absences, and transferring it to payroll.

Sam - “Funraising” game - Penny Wars. (You’ll have to listen to this episode to get it)

Ehren - Giving out “fake” money to the staff for shout-outs, buying special snacks or privileges. You can also use them to purchase some program equipment. You can call them “Gluck Bucks” if you want.

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Nov 26 2019 · 1hr 3mins
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Nick LaKind: An Ode to Jonathan Gold

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On this episode of Family Meal, I sat down and chatted with Nick LaKind of @TrailofGold and we chatted all things food. More specifically his LA roots, why he started his ode to the late Jonathan Gold, an epic tale of how he got to eat at the world's top restaurant, Osteria Francescana, what kind of tomatoes make the best bruschetta, and of course his favorite LA restaurants.

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Nov 21 2019 · 49mins
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Jonathan Gold & Beth Ditto

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This week, we'll remember Jonathan Gold by revisiting our conversation with him. Jonathan's work in food criticism was legendary. In 2007, his work earned him a Pulitzer. To this date, he's still the only food critic to ever earn that honor. When he joined us in 2011, he discussed the one food fear he just couldn't overcome, and how he discovered Los Angeles and the world – one meal at a time. Plus, he threw shade at the burritos from the Mission District in San Francisco. We'll also revisit our conversation with Beth Ditto from last year. Beth is singer of the band Gossip. Beth talks about the process of creating her solo album, and about her time fronting Gossip. She'll also open up about her queer identity and what it was like setting up punk shows in her small Arkansan town. You can catch her on the road this summer opening for Sam Smith. And finally, Jesse explains how Sly and the Family Stone made a perfect album, even as they slowly disintegrated as a group.
Aug 06 2018 · 1hr 5mins
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38: Tribute Show Anthony Bourdain and Jonathan Gold Best of Season 4 Paris Gf+w

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This episode of Paris GOOD food+wine is a tribute to two of our finest culinary critics who recently passed away : Anthony Bourdain and Jonathan Gold. Bourdain, of course, was the host of No Reservations and Parts Unknown, food and travel shows that became embedded in people's hearts. That Bourdain passed away here in France, makes it all the more poignant. And then only just a few days ago, Jonathan Gold of the Los Angeles Times and Good Food radio show fame, also left us. He was a Pulitzer prize winning food journalist and a staple on the Los Angeles restaurant scene.

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Jul 28 2018 · 28mins
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Why Jonathan Gold Mattered So Much

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This past weekend, Los Angeles Times restaurant critic Jonathan Gold died at the age of 57. Robert Sietsema, Peter Meehan, and Meghan McCarron share some stories and discuss the legacy of the legendary food writer. Hosted by: Amanda Kludt and Daniel Geneen. Sign up for Amanda Kludt’s newsletter here

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Jul 25 2018 · 42mins
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Increasing Financial Literacy - Jonathan Gold

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Dr. Demartini who is one of my mentors said that one of the best things chiropractors could do to be better chiropractors and to help chiropractic, in general, is to become more financially stable. If we’re more financially stable, everything we do is from a state of purpose.

On this episode, we are here with Jonathon Gold. He completed a Bachelor of Commerce with a Major in Finance in Concordia University in Montreal. He is the founder of Gold Investment Management, a company that is focused on one thing and that is investment counsel.

Jonathon talks about investment and the fallacies associated with it. He also emphasizes the importance of not only paying your debt off but also saving early and investing. Get all the resources for this episode and listen to more at http://www.drdonmacdonald.com/

Jul 18 2018 · 28mins
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Our Annual Jonathan Gold 101 Recap

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This week on The Stew our annual Jonathan Gold 101 list recap where we literally discuss every single restaurant on the list starting at 101 and going to 1. It’s long, arduous, unnecessarily unfair and ignorant. We voice somehow very strong opinions about dozens of restaurants, despite having never visited them a single time, many we’ve never even heard of, sorry!
Nov 04 2017 · 1hr 33mins
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