Was that in good taste? Generally if you have to ask, it isn’t. That’s the premise of my new podcast that’s officially launching today! Me and my co-host Chandler Phillips sit every other week, crack jokes and talk politics/humor/food/music and alcohol! Was That In Good Taste? Probably not. Show Notes: Bit.ly/WasTHATInGoodtaste Itunes - Spotify -Google... Continue Reading →
This weeks episode of Was That In Good Taste is a lighthearted and fun conversation about food. The Blog Post is a little more serious but I hope you like it. Give the Podcast a listen on the links down below. Food as an important place in my life, every memory that I have that... Continue Reading →
Instead of writing a blog I spent the last few days with a close friend. We recorded an Episode of the podcast! Enjoy and There will be a blog Friday.... If I feel like it. https://youtu.be/3qz_S88yLqA Listen/Subscribe to The Art Of Giving Up belowSpotify - iTunes - Google Play - Stitcher - RSS
Trust is something that isn't given easily. For most people it takes time and confidence that the person that you are trusting has earned it. Opening yourself up to the possibility of hurt isn't an easy thing to do. Unfortunately for just about anyone who has ever met me, I’ve abused their trust in me.... Continue Reading →
While this week is the official release of the Was That In Good Taste podcast, Chandler myself I recorded a few episodes and this is his write-up of the second one that we’ve ever done. Please give it a read and a listen.
And remember, if you have to ask “Was That In Good Taste?”
This week we’re talking comfort foods and discomfort foods. Stephen Beary and I discuss the foods that give us a sense of security, nostalgia, and catharsis and the memories of past meals that are firmly tied to certain foods and flavors. To accompany our conversation, Stephen made himself a basic whiskey and ginger beer cocktail, while I went out on a limb and made my own variation of a California Root Beer (a cocktail consisting out Galliano liqueur, Kaluah, bourbon and ginger beer) as an alcoholic homage to my favorite soft drink. But we couldn’t just talk about the foods that make us feel good without talking about our discomfort foods. For me that not only means foods, flavors, and textures I dislike, but also create a sense of dissonance or anxiety.
Through the episode, Stephen recalls vivid memories of shared meals with friends and family and how those certain…
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