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Minutia Men – Loerzel & Lorne Greene

Rick and Dave discuss Jews arguing in Afghanistan, a misunderstanding about a mom’s profession, chicken that tastes like feet, Rick’s brush with Lorne Greene, and we interview Chicago journalist and Twitter influencer Robert Loerzel. [Ep157]

The Mr Nailsin Show – Wagon Wheel!

Lefty demands that Doug and Red talk impeachment etc. A Florida man has sex with stuffed animals. Baron Void and Cliff reunite with Lola and Biddy. Another Florida man molests a mermaid. [EP278]

Sports Dorks – Another Shortie

This time it’s Andy’s fault. The episode may be short, but I hope you’re not sleeping on Scott and Andy’s profitable NFL picks. Make your money now before it all goes down in flames. [EP315]

The Wine Makers – Kieran Robinson

Kieran Robinson joins the pod this week to announce the “almost” opening of his new tasting room in Philly. He has been doing the bi-coastal thing trying to make wine in Cali and complete construction in Pennsylvania.

The mystery of those strange tags in the Rossi vineyard is solved, Kieran […]

Destination Eat Drink – Athens, Greece

Feta cheese, yogurt with honey, and a drink that turns cloudy with ice, this week we’re in Athens, Greece talking to radio DJ and foodie tour guide Constantine Kalfakakos about all of his hometown’s culinary delights.

Show Notes:

Culinary Backstreets Athens food tours

Athens Central Market (Varvakeios) Athinas 42, […]

The Bite Goes On – Jim Denevan

At the tail end of his heavy event schedule this year, we were so fortunate to meet and converse with Jim Denevan, founder of Outstanding in the Field (OITF). He rolled up to the studio in his shiny red, white & silver 1953 Flexible bus to talk about his […]

Wine Women – Art Murray, President, Flambeaux Wine

Flambeaux are the dancing torchbearers of New Orleans’ Carnival, representing tradition, light, dance and joy. Flambeaux was named after these torchbearers as they are an historic symbol of the hometown of the Murray family, their native New Orleans. Founded by the Murray Family, Flambeaux Wine makes hand-crafted, limited-production wines […]

Planted – Anne Kelson

Sara and attorney Anne Kelson talk about the passing of SB34, compassion programs and the importance of appellations for growers. [EP5]

Car Guys Report – Special Guest Matt Avery, Pt1

It’s part one of a great discussion with journalist, author, and producer Matt Avery. Part one of a special episode!  [Ep25]

Shut It Down – Muscle Madness

Check it out Taffertins! We got a special request from a Good Friend of the show Lane! That’s right Lane, this one is for you! So check it out. We head right outside of Houston, TX and hit the bar called “The End Zone.” It’s owned Justin, a former […]