25: Does Barb Sell Seachells In The Seychelles?, Part 2
What does it mean for an American woman to up and move 10,000 miles to a place most Americans can't find on a map? Michael and Sheen ask Barb Fasching - formerly of Catalina Offshore Products - and her new Seychellois husband, Michael Charlette, for the answer to that question.
53: Consortium Holdings Restaurants | The Bright Side of the Restaurant Industry
Join Chefs Elizabeth Olson and Jason McLeod of Consortium Holdings (Born and Raised, Ironside, Soda and Swine, etc) as they talk about the bright side of the restaurant industry. Elizabeth stays passionate about her pastries by reinventing the classics, looking to see what other inspirational chefs are doing, and by working together with Jason on interesting and consistent new menu items. Jason just got back from a trip to Korea and Japan and is massively inspired by their attention to detail and their intentional cooking. Jason is a passionate advocate for the restaurant industry and believes there are so many positive and healthy perks to being a part of it.
*This episode contains mildly offensive language* David Agranoff lives and writes in San Diego California. He is an author of Horror, Bizarro and Science Fiction mostly. His short story collection Screams from a Dying World was nominated for a wonderland award for best collection. His debut novel The Vegan Revolution with Zombies is a hilarious satire that received rave reviews and was even featured in the Journal of Animal Studies. He has a novella called "Punkupine Moshers of the Apocalypse" was featured in the Best Bizarro Fiction of the Decade edited by Cameron Pierce. His novels include Hunting The Moon Tribe, Boot Boys of the Wolf Reich, Punk Rock Ghost Story and Flesh Trade co-written with Edward R. Morris. In this episode, David shares the correlation between veganism and the Straight Edge movement in the Punk Rock scene along with his journey as a vegan author!
Have you ever wondered what or where your coffee was before it ended up in a grinder and converted to one of the most popular beverages in the world? Meet Laurie Britton of Cafe Virtuoso in Barrio Logan, San Diego. Laurie founded and maintains Cafe Virtuoso as the only 100 percent certified organic coffee roaster in San Diego, and one of the few in the country, certifying every step of the coffee process as organic (not just the beans themselves)! Also, stay tuned because in a few episodes we'll be speaking with Laurie's daughter, Savannah who runs the non-profit associated with Cafe Virtuoso!
What do these three age-old practices have in common? Points on the body that could be used both Martially and Remedially. Meet Jim Chialtas, the human behind the practices at Laurel Acupuncture in San Diego. Jim began is private practice in 2003, and has trained extensively in Functional Blood Chemistry and Hormone Analysis. He has a cutting edge way of looking at the body, which allows him a greater understanding of Eastern and Western methodologies! In this episode, we talk all about food sensitivities (including gluten and dairy) as well as blood tests, thyroid complications and so much more!
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