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The Hollow9ine Network is a platform for creative individuals to express themselves through whatever medium their creativity inspires, be it audio, video, animation, illustration, major frustration or fun conversation. Join us, won't you?
 
Join husband Travis McElroy and wife Teresa McElroy every Friday and they'll improve your etiquette week by week! Perplexed by thank you notes? Baffled by black tie? Dismayed by dinner parties? Worry no more, Shmanners has your answers!
 
Menu Stories is a multimedia collection of stories about the people and restaurants behind the food we love. Starting with the San Francisco restaurant community, Rebecca Goberstein gets the rare opportunity to interview the chefs, restaurateurs, deli shop owners, and food makers to learn more about who they are, their inspirations, and their motivations. Visit Menu Stories (http://menustories.com) to uncover the stories behind these culinary artists and small business owners who feed and nu ...
 
Hosts Damon Boelte, Sother Teague, and Greg Benson sit down to talk cocktails, spirits, wine, beer, tea, coffee, and all the other exciting liquids in the universe. With each episode, learn from some of the world’s experts in mixology, bar history, distillation, and brewing. Bringing on guests ranging from bartenders and brewers, alchemists and ambassadors, roasters and regulars, and every expert and enthusiast in between, The Speakeasy introduces listeners to all the unique ways we enjoy im ...
 
Podcast dedicated to the side of history that goes bump in the night. Every episode's content features community time that includes listener mail and experiences, a “Moment In Oddity” and “History Of The Day” segments and then interviews and discussions about a historic location, event or person and the hauntings associated with the subject of the particular show. The tagline for the show is “Ghost tours for the theater of the mind” and our goal is to entertain you while creeping you out jus ...
 
We cook for food, for family, and for friends. We cook to bring people together. And we here at Pardon My Fork are bringing the world of food and foodsport straight to you! Join us every week for a new episode where we talk to chefs, World Food Champions, Food Network stars, professionals and home cooks alike about what they do and the food they love. Conveniently packaged and always delicious, whet your palette and grab a heaping helping of Pardon My Fork!
 
The premier Food studies/food history podcast where an Associate Professor of History and a Dr of Marketing have a chat and cook/prepare food from the past. Your one-stop-shop for discussion of food policy, food history, cookery and mirth Have a listen and let us know what you think: Twitter - @drscoffprof @drbryceevans Email - drscoffandtheprof@gmail.com
 
A regular podcast that features the paranormal and Indie horror industry. We feature new true ghost stories submitted to us from international sources. We interview horror authors, ghost hunters and people who have suffered paranormal experiences. We talk about folklore and explore the greater world. Is there life beyond? Art, stories and observations about the veil.
 
Every week we take two legends in history, investigate what brought them to the public eye, and look at the sources that can verify, or disprove their existence. Our topics range from biographies of legendary people, to spells cast with a Unicorn horn. Adam is an American journalist who is new to the supernatural and Isadora is a History major from England who believes that without legends history would be very boring indeed!
 
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This week on episode 338 of the We Like Drinking podcast we’ll be discussing Wormwood, Loosh, and maybe even some Green Fairies, because it’s all about Absinthe this week, with Absinthia Vermut of Absinthia Absinthe soooooo... crack open that beer, uncork that wine, and let’s get drinking! Make sure you never miss another episode of our brand of dr…
 
A short summer vacation from bourbon. The boys try the previously-mentioned Fascination Street absinthe from Spirits of French Lick and give their thoughts on its bourbon-barrel aging. The guys also talk about The Cure, Edward Furlong, student loans and do a retrospective on rye month. We are not sponsored by Seelbachs but they did make this episod…
 
It's time for a folklore episode! Frankie talks about an article from the Smithsonian about the first insect to become extinct due to humans. Then Daniel talks about some amazing cryptids and creatures of lore that lurk in forests. Frankie then talks about the lore behind the 7 sacred Celtic trees. Learn more and see links at propagatedpodcast.com…
 
Alan Bishop and Jolee Kasprzak join the boys for Michter's month to drink Michter's Bourbon. In this jam packed episode, the crew argues about the Mellow Corn bottle for the millionth time, first whiskeys and they also threaten the person who designs Lego sets. And thats just the first few minutes! Stick around for the rest of the episode to hear D…
 
This week on episode 339 of the We Like Drinking podcast we’ll be discussing how we spent our summer vacations, flat seltzers, dry states, and we don’t know what the hell we’re drinking ‘cause they’re wrapped in brown paper bags soooooo... crack open that beer, uncork that wine, and let’s get drinking! Make sure you never miss another episode of ou…
 
Annapolis, Maryland has hundreds of years of history behind it. First settled by Puritans in the mid-1600s, it grew into an important coastal city of historical significance and is today the capital of the state of Maryland. The city has more 18th century structures still standing than any other city in the United States. Some of those structures a…
 
On a special bonus episode of the Speakeasy Greg, Damon and Sother sit down to talk about some breaking news in the industry. As cases rise again and mask mandates loom a number of restaurateurs have taken it upon themselves to institute vaccine requirements. What that means for the industry - and the rest of us - on a special breaking news edition…
 
Hello Coven! This week I'm talking about my experiences in New Orleans, Louisiana. It is by far one of the craziest and most energetic places I've been to and I very highly recommend you take a trip yourself if you haven't! The recipes for this week are my Strawberry Scones (they were supposed to be discussed last episode but I forgot to record tha…
 
Québec City is the capital city of the province of Quebec and sits along the Saint Lawrence River. The city is mostly French speaking as it was established by the French. This is an area of natural beauty and centuries of history. Several locations here that incorporate those two elements are reputedly haunted. These locations include Cathedral of …
 
Marc Farrell, founder and CEO of Ten to One Rum sits down with the band to talk rum culture, what he has in common with Tony Stark and the future of commerce as we all move into the brave new world of hybrid online/irl drinking. Plus: College Bars! Can we go back again? Spoiler alert: no. Image courtesy of Ten to One Rum 🔥🔥Join us each week as indu…
 
Michter's Toasted Sour Mash kicks off Michter's month! The guys start exploring one of Dan's favorite distillers with their toasted sour mash offering. The boys also discuss manicures/pedicures, what exactly is in this mash bill, and why Ryan had a Spy vs. Spy poster in college. Oh and the god forsake Mellow Corn label again. Would you rather watch…
 
The boys are tipping back some tasty adult beverages with one of the Seattle bar industry's stalwarts, Andy McClellan, a man who has worked behind the bar, behind the scenes and a few other places. He's talking his history with Matt, his history in the biz and all the stories that go with it.By The lush life has it's twists and turns, let Matt James and Justin Freet show you How To Be A Better Drinker. It's cocktail culture from the inside.
 
The Old Baraboo Inn is located at 135 Walnut Street in Baraboo, Wisconsin. This location has housed a brothel, a brewery, a boarding house, a speakeasy, saloons, bars and restaurants over nearly 157 years of existence. The building has suffered fires on more than one occasion. There have been deaths here, some because of murder. The historic buildi…
 
Daniel and Frankie talk about something a little lighter in this episode: the weirdo plants of nature. Daniel talks about an article where $1.2 million dollars worth of rare, stolen cactuses were confiscated and returned to Chile (you can find the link on our website at propagatedpodcast.com). Then they talk about some strange plants in the plant k…
 
I’m baaaaaaack, witches! I’ve really missed you guys and I hope you’ve missed me too! This episode is about supermoons and the most recent one and how it was SUPPOSED to affect us. Clever Kim's Curios: use my code "kitchen21" for 10% off your order on the CKC Etsy shop!Please don’t forget to rate and review the show on iTunes or Podchaser! It reall…
 
As the world starts to open up, the fellas are starting to venture back out into the world, and what better way to get back in the groove than the surprisingly tasty and respectable Maker’s Mark 101.By The lush life has it's twists and turns, let Matt James and Justin Freet show you How To Be A Better Drinker. It's cocktail culture from the inside.
 
The fellas are sitting down with a bottle of gin from one of the few women-led distilleries in the region. Freeland Gin tastes like feminism, delicious, delicious feminism. We’re kidding. It tastes like gin. A quite good gin. Dig find out why you should be sipping something progressive.By The lush life has it's twists and turns, let Matt James and Justin Freet show you How To Be A Better Drinker. It's cocktail culture from the inside.
 
This week on episode 337 of the We Like Drinking podcast we’ll be cracking open IPA’s and answering the only question that matters for now, and for all time… Is It Hazy? soooooo... crack open that beer, uncork that wine, and let’s get drinking! Make sure you never miss another episode of our brand of drinking fun by visiting WeLikeDrinking.com/Subs…
 
Beer writer and homebrewer extraordinaire Mandy Naglich geeks out with Greg about farmhouse styles, subtlety and the future of brewing. Plus a quick checkin on the state of hard seltzer. Spoiler alert, it’s doing just fine. Don’t forget to click SUBSCRIBE and RATE the show if you can. 🔥🔥Join us each week as industry leaders, Damon Boelte and Sother…
 
Lyceums were part of an educational movement in the New England area during the Victorian era. These were places that hosted some of the greatest orators of the time and one in particular was the scene of Alexander Graham Bell making the first successful long distance phone call. This would be the Salem Lyceum Hall. Today it is Turner's Seafood Gri…
 
This week on episode 336 of the We Like Drinking podcast we’ll be discussing B-Lo Prefixes, Service No-No’s, and We’re Cooking Up Something Plump and Juicy for The Fourth of July… soooooo... crack open that beer, uncork that wine, and let’s get drinking! Make sure you never miss another episode of our brand of drinking fun by visiting WeLikeDrinkin…
 
The Green Fairy is the nickname for a once illegal liquor known as absinthe. There are a few places in New Orleans where one can get a shot of absinthe. The most famous place is the Old Absinthe House, but there are also the Mahogany Jazz Club and Pirate's Alley Cafe. These locations have not only that spirit, but some human spirits too. We figured…
 
Gin fan and certified New Yorker Lacy Hawkins joins the band to gab about bees, bikes, the best way to beat the heat with a martini and the benefit of tiny boozy snacks. Oh, and gin I guess too. Don’t forget to click SUBSCRIBE and RATE the show if you can. 🔥🔥Join us each week as industry leaders, Damon Boelte and Sother Teague, sit down with a wide…
 
Rye month continue with the biggest splash yet! A flight of three blind ryes. While discussing the intricacies of each whiskey the boys talk about why rye bottles are green, TikTok, prohibition, and A LOT about "Three" Non-Blondes. Would you rather watch us? Visit our Youtube channel- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxwWPInCRrGfTUYcumccJuQ…
 
This week on episode 335 of the We Like Drinking podcast we’ll be discussing wedding crashers, traffic stops, and questions from the chat room, soooooo... crack open that beer, uncork that wine, and let’s get drinking! Make sure you never miss another episode of our brand of drinking fun by visiting WeLikeDrinking.com/Subscribe Wine, Beer, Spirit, …
 
Monticello, Florida has a claim to being the South's most haunted town. The 1872 Denham Inn is located in Monticello and when we realized we had a chance to pass through on a road trip to New Orleans, we decided to book a night in this Bed and Breakfast's most haunted room: The Blue Room. On this episode, we'll share the history, haunts and our inv…
 
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