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A former sommelier interviews incredibly famous and knowledgeable wine personalities in his tiny apartment. He gets them to talk candidly about their lives and work, and then shares the conversations with you. To see new episodes sooner and to see all of the hundreds of back episodes in your feed, it is important to FOLLOW or SUBSCRIBE the show. It is free to do either, the show is free. Contact info- Email leviopenswine@gmail.com for advertising, consulting, speaking, or guest inquiries Ins ...
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Welcome to Kimberly's Italy, a travel podcast focused on all things Italian. My love affair with Italy started with a move to Milan many years ago, and the enriching experience became part of my DNA. Our episodes highlight some of our own travels and the comical lessons we learned along the way. You can be the beneficiary of invaluable travel tips, and at the same time enjoy a few laughs. We share our passion of the Italian cuisine, history, art, architecture, and the welcoming nature of the ...
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We are a Family owned salon that started in 2005. Our goal from the beginning was always to have an inviting and relaxing salon that everyone feels welcome and comfortable!! Over the years I think we’ve done well in achieving that. We are a smaller Salon but with a big heart to serve our clients and help them achieve nothing.
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We're both wine writers living in Ontario Canada. We are past-presidents of the Wine Writer Circle of Canada. We travel. We drink wine. And we know things. We're going to share that knowledge with you. Opinionated and Wine fueled content is what you will find here. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Taking a new look at “you are what you eat,” comedian Dan Ahdoot brings listeners in on conversations about food, life, and more, with some of his most entertaining friends. Not your typical, holier-than-thou food show, Green Eggs and Dan is the type of food podcast you’d make with your friends around the table, roasting more than just the food.
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In 2020, during the height of the pandemic, botanist, designer and writer, Nathan Heinrich, moved from New York to Italy. Super smart right? This podcast follows the experiences of a clueless American fumbling his way through a new life in Italy! In Season 4, Italian language and culture expert, Vera Sarzano, joins the podcast with her wonderful weekly segment "La Vera Italia". Together Nathan and Vera co-host the podcast every week! Laugh and learn with them!🍊 Podcast-related websites: http ...
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Life is messy, live well anyway. I'll go first! We all live in the middle of our own type of messy, but that doesn't mean that we can't live well in the midst of it. In Live Well Anyway, MacKenzie Koppa takes you along as she does just that and shares from her own experiences as well as those of her guests. Listen in for a good dose of reality, information, and humor around the topics of wellness, beauty, style, planning, and life.
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Untold Italy is a travel podcast full of practical tips and advice to help you plan your trip to Italy. Travel expert Katy Clarke interviews special guests and answers your questions to help you plan and uncover your own, as yet untold adventures in Italy. On our show we share highlights of the major destinations, off the beaten path secrets, best ways to get around, favorite food spots, cultural insights and much more. You’ll learn how to plan your Italy itinerary to include the places and ...
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As a stylist who explores what makes women feel beautiful, entrepreneur and Instagram favorite @HilaryRushford brings her witty, winsome, and wise voice to honest conversations on how to have an extraordinary life (without being exhausted): More joy and less overwhelm in your style, business, and life. You’re welcome (wink), in advance.
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'The Hoof of the Horse' is a farriery & equine science podcast by Dr Simon Curtis. Tune in for expertise and interviews from the world of horse hoof care. Simon has lectured on the subject of the horse’s hoof on every continent, and has written for farriers, hoof-trimmers, vets and horse-owners in numerous publications. He has worked in the equine industry since 1972, where he began as a farrier in Newmarket, England. http://curtisfarrierbooks.com
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You’ve come across a passion project that took flight in ways I couldn't have imagined. In 2017, I set out to create a podcast unique from others featuring the stories of people who get sh*t done. My guests and their stories inspired me to a level of personal growth I could have never imagined. I hope you’ll take a listen…who knows, you may just find yourself getting sh*t done! No new episodes are in production.
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Ciao and Benvenuti! You’ve found the home for questions, discussion and discovery around living in Italy affordably. Nancy Steele, a current US resident, began eyeing Italy for retirement in 2019. Since then she’s discovered that her middle income retirement CAN be enough to make her dreams happen in Italy. Together with friends old and new she’s exploring regions, towns, tips and tricks to building a life in Italy affordably. Join her as she explores Italy’s 7% flat tax and it’s qualifying ...
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Amateur Traveler is an award winning audio travel show that focuses primarily on the question: "where should you go next and what should you see, do and eat there?". Amateur Traveler won its creator Chris Christensen a Travel+Leisure SMITTY award as the best independent travel journalist and a Society of American Travel Writers Lowell Thomas Award. It is also used to teach English at Oxford University.
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What does success mean to you? Has your journey taken you somewhere you didn’t expect? Have you run into road blocks or detours? Ever wonder how other people do it? Do you think there might be some magic ingredient, some secret sauce that you’re missing? Each week you’ll hear stories of roads taken, detours explored, rethinking, rerouting, and redefining. You’ll be inspired by tales of turning points and transformation, and guidance for navigating the journey to your authentic, first class life!
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A fun, playful interview show that points the listener in the direction of people who inspire me. Hosted by the award-winning actress, playwright, director, teacher and sometimes psychic, Antoinette LaVecchia. In each episode, a new guest talks about their unique and magical journey in the World. Topics range from the deeply spiritual to the deeply silly. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antoinette-lavecchia/support
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Hello from somewhere in the world! We are 2 Aussie gals wandering the globe as full-time international house sitters. Our first Podcast - House Sitting Legends - showcases just a handful of superhero house sitters out there going above and beyond the call of duty minding homes & pets for complete strangers all over the world. These epic tales are full of pearls of wisdom and inspiring outlooks on life, the sharing economy and the fulfilling role of being of service and creating win/win exper ...
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Hosted by Annie Vischer, renowned beauty journalist, seasoned celebrity interviewer and recent newlywed, this podcast for the hopeless romantics brings you behind-the-scenes intel on some of the most talked about weddings in the business. Each episode is brimming with honest, practical advice – perfect for anyone who is planning or Pinterest-ing their own wedding. Each week Annie interviews a well-known guest about their big day. She kicks off with the backstory – the meet cute, the proposal ...
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*Affiliate links and sponsors are included in this post. Thank you for your support! SHOW NOTES In this episode MacKenzie chats with Angela Correll about life in Tuscany as a Kentucky native. They also dive into how we process grief and the importance of beauty and grace as we walk through hard things. LINKS MENTIONED Restored in Tuscany by Angela …
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It's deep mid winter in Tuscany and that calls for warming soups and hearty dishes that are the mainstay of Tuscan cuisine. Local cook Giulia Scarpaleggia shares her favorite winter produce and dishes from her home in the Chianti countryside including a very special treat that can only be tried in in the lead up to and during Carnevale Read the ful…
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Blogger couple Ilene and Gary Modica of Our Italian Journey share why they chose Lucca in Tuscany for their retirement home almost from the moment they entered this charming walled city. Lucca is a city on the Serchio river in Italy’s Tuscany region. It’s known for the well-preserved Renaissance walls encircling its historic city center and its cob…
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Dan is back with comedian Jordan Carlos for another "What'd Ya Eat," where they dive into the best unsung brunch foods, the south's hostility towards health, and the secret menu at Dunkin'. Thank you to this week’s sponsor, Factor! Use code greeneggs50 at factormeals.com/greeneggs50 to get 50% off! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.…
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This episode dishes out some travel news, updates and new rules implemented for 2024. Italy is trying to deal with the volume of tourists while maintaining it’s standing as the 4th most popular European country to visit. Venice has been faced with the possibility of being on Unesco’s World Heritage Danger list, so they finally implemented a 5 € ent…
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Michael took the opportunity to leave the Canadian cold to visit the island of Cyprus. Nobody told André that Cyrpus is different than Cypress - and he makes a bunch of Cypress Hill jokes. Did Michael learn anything about these wines? The answer my surprise you. You can support Two Guys Talking Wine on Patreon at www.patreon.com/2guystalkingwine Ho…
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Talea Beer Company stands proudly as the pioneering women-owned brewery in New York City. Behind this groundbreaking venture are two remarkable innovators, entrepreneurs, and Super-Moms who have reshaped the beer industry landscape. Step into any of their four taprooms and witness their story firsthand. https://www.taleabeer.com Check out the websi…
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Italian American food and cuisine is a flavorful fusion of Old World Italian traditions and New World influences, shaped by generations of Italian immigrants and their descendants in the United States. It embodies the rich culinary heritage of Italy while incorporating local ingredients and tastes. Italian American food blogger and recipe creator M…
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A behind the scenes look at Untold Italy, a podcast, travel resource site and services and small group tour company that started as a simple travel blog, survived the pandemic and grew into a multi-faceted business. This is our story as requested by many listeners. Strapped for time or need more help? Check out our new Trip Planning Services Read t…
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Dan and comedian/host Ben Gleib (Idiotest, The Mad King, The Young Turks) discuss hanging out with Martha Stewart and a wonderful replacement for ice cream and argue about the pronunciation of hibiscus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Cloud10
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Tasting boards in Parma can’t be beat if you are a fan of ham or cheese, or both! To taste the difference between 24 or 36 month cheese is always a treat, but then throw in the various types of parma ham for meat lovers – pure heaven! Parma is capitol of the Emilia-Romagna Food Valley and it also boasts the honor of a UNESCO Creative City of Gastro…
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In this episode, despite a few hiccups, we will travel by boat into Croatia to first explore Rovinj, with its charming old town and stunning coastal views. We will then road trip, Croatian style, through the Istrian peninsula to the largest island in the country, Krk. There we will have a little adventure and a little relaxation as we explore prist…
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Sicilian Cooking Classes at the Anna Tasca Lanza Cooking School in the Heart of Sicily. Tucked away on an estate in the countryside south of Palermo is the Anna Tasca Lanza Cooking School, a unique center dedicated to preserving and sharing the great food culture of Sicily. The spirit of the school, now run by Fabrizia Lanza, the founder’s daughter…
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Paul McLaughlin’s boundless energy and enthusiasm for hospitality is what makes him one of the most notable people in the restaurant business. He has seen it all, including being the first American Captain at the world famous Le Bernardin. Treat yourself, you deserve it! https://www.oceanarestaurant.com/ Check out the website: www.drinkingonthejob.…
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Italians are very particular when it comes to food and eating. Manners and ways of doing things are part of the fabric of life. In this episode our local Roman food expert Nesim joins us to share the dos and don'ts of eating in Italy. Please.. do not touch the produce at the market! Read the full episode show notes here > untolditaly.com/211 Strapp…
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*Affiliate links and sponsors are included in this post. Thank you for your support! SHOW NOTES In this episode Kate and MacKenzie talk about the things you can do, both frivolous and complex, to make the mid-winter a little daunting and draining. They are here to add just a little bit more fun and spark into your days. LINKS MENTIONED Canva Pura d…
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Dan Keeling is a partner in the Noble Rot restaurants and Shrine to the Vine retail shops in London, Noble Rot Magazine, and Keeling Andrew and Co., an importer of wine into the United Kingdom. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
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We're three weeks into the new year. Maybe you're a freshly minted, idealized version of yourself. Or maybe your new year's resolutions are as distant as the icebergs of Antarctica. But no matter what your life looks like, there's one thing you can count on: travel. Today, we’re sharing a special episode from Unpacked by AFAR. Unpacked by AFAR is b…
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Dan and comedian/director Erin Darling (Here I Am, Hot Pizza Ass Podcast) discuss the short shelf life of Trader Joe’s products, how not drinking can add stress to your relationship, and anti-climactic favorite desserts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Cloud10
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In this episode, I catch up with my old friend and colleague John Bunting, who now has the largest farrier business in Australia. Thank you to this episode’s sponsor the Hoofcare Essentials Foundation and their partners. You can find more information on the HEF website hoofcareessentials.comFind me on Facebook & Instagram @drsimoncurtisSubscribe to…
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Tommaso’s first time in the Italian city of Parma was basically Prosciutto Paradiso! The city’s historic center is very charming, colorful, clean and full of well dressed, and well-fed Italians. We entered every salumeria, cheese shop and combinations of the two, all of which made us both want to live in this sweet little city. The historic center …
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Michael and André sit down with Andy Peay of his eponimous winery. They discovered the cool climate Pinot Noir (and Chardonnay) at a recent Rogers and Co. tasting. So they decided they needed to find out what the heck is going on in a part of California that is delivering stunning cool climate wines. Strap in and discover the Sonoma West Coast. Lea…
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In this episode, Nathan and Vera hit a roadblock in their tour through the 20 regions of Italy. Listen to find out why! Enjoy! 🍊 Visit the podcast website: ⁠https://www.immovingtoitaly.com/ ⁠ Express VPN Link for 3 months FREE: ⁠https://www.expressvpn.com/immovingtoitaly⁠ Visit Nathan's websites: ⁠https://nathanheinrich.com⁠ ⁠https://allroadsleadto…
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Andrea Semonella, a Genoa local and co-founder of the popular website Discover Genoa, is dedicated to exploring the city. With a passion for food, Andrea and his wife, Marta, share their firsthand experiences and recommendations for the best places to eat in Genoa. We delved into their journey, and the hidden gems of Genoa's culinary scene, and som…
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Sabato Sagaria's father purchased his first pair of shoes for his journey from Italy to the United States, where he would eventually earn a PhD. Inspired by his father's resilience, Sabato ultimately achieved his own remarkable success. Today he is the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Apres Cru Hospitality, overseeing a portfolio of acclaimed res…
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This brand is what you get when you combine the 4th generation of a historic wine brand (Charles Krug Winery, first established in 1862), with an off-shoot winery that is predominantly owned by women who exhibit the courage and grace of the family’s immigrant matriarch (C Mondavi & Family), and a passion to support nonprofit causes (Equality Now), …
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A new tourist tax, visa waiver program and important events you need to know about if you're planning trips to Italy in 2024 and 2025. While some of these are a while away we know many of you make plans well in advance so we're sharing some upcoming changes for travelers to Italy in the near and longer term future. Read the full episode show notes …
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*Affiliate links and sponsors are included in this post. Thank you for your support! SHOW NOTES In this episode MacKenzie and Katie look back on how January went in general and specifically with their goals. They also dive into the questions from Bonnie Wan’s book, The Life Brief, to help each other gain clarity moving forward into the rest of the …
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In the first episode of the podcast's newest segment, "What'd Ya Eat?", Dan and comedian Jordan Carlos break down the rebranding of toothfish, how to get sat at a restaurant with a long wait, and why watching people banging adds to the ambiance of fine dining. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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Hopefully most of you know what a Fiat Cinque Cento looks like, however if not, they are the smallest cars imaginable, yet they are as cute as can be! Cinque Cento means 500 hundred in Italian, and when referring to a car, that means 500 horsepower. We rented two vintage Cinque Centos for the day in Tuscany, one from 1969 and one from 1974. It was …
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In this super special episode, Nathan interviews the incredibly talented and delightful Victoria Walls of Cantina Martinelli Winery in Mezzocorona, in the mountain region of Trentino-Alto Adige.Victoria will blow you away with her wide range of skills and abilities from wine, bread, jam, and butter making to writing, exporting Italian products, and…
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If you think of Romeo and Juliet when you think of Verona you'd be right: Juliet's balcony is right in the city center. Or maybe Verona conjures up all the amazing Veneto wines produced in the area: it's another of Verona's incredible features. BUT: right now it's CARNIVAL SEASON and you may not know it but Verona is perhaps the oldest Carnival Cel…
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Sam Doyle and Cambridge Wines & Spirits dedicate countless hours to curating the finest selections across all your favorite categories. Weekly tastings of hundreds of wines and spirits ensure a comprehensive array, from sought-after premium bottles to hidden gems offering exceptional value. @cambridgewines @sammoman Check out the website: www.drink…
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In this episode, we visit the tiny yet beautiful southern region of Molise. Our guests Karren and Charlie Urban from the seaside city of Brighton, England have built a wonderful new life in this magical place, you will be packing your bags for a visit after hearing how much they love their special city of San Martino in Pensilis, in Molise!Vera sha…
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*Affiliate links and sponsors are included in this post. Thank you for your support! SHOW NOTES In this solo episode MacKenzie talks about some logistics and tips for being productive in the middle of real life as a busy mom whose days don’t always go according to plan. So much productivity advice is doled out by men and/or women with no kids, and …
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Tommaso finally gets to visit Nostra Vita in person! A small vineyard owned and nurtured by an incredibly creative family, is a little slice of Tuscan heaven. It is also an experience to treasure since everywhere you look, everything you see or touch or taste, was made by them. Annibale (the father and vintner) has been described many times as a pr…
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