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    • Weight loss, Gifts, and PodcastsPlushCare makes weight loss accessible and affordable, Mint Mobile defies industry trends with lower prices, and 1800flowers.com delivers love-filled gifts.

      PlushCare offers a convenient and affordable way to start your weight loss journey with online access to certified physicians who can prescribe FDA-approved medications. Mint Mobile, on the other hand, defies industry trends by lowering prices instead of raising them. At 1800flowers.com, every gift is made with love for various life occasions. In the Off Menu Podcast, James Acaster invites guests to share their favorite food choices, and this week's guest, AJ Adudu, is a brilliant presenter and broadcaster with upcoming projects like hosting Big Brother. During their conversation, they discussed the secret ingredient "pick a lily," suggested by a listener. While AJ is from the same county as Peter Kaye, she might not be a fan of the ingredient. Overall, PlushCare simplifies weight loss, Mint Mobile defies price hikes, and 1800flowers.com delivers love-filled gifts, making for an intriguing and entertaining podcast episode.

    • Beliefs and Perceptions Shape Our RealityOur beliefs and perceptions can greatly impact our reality, often leading to misunderstandings or disagreements. It's important to respect others' beliefs, even if they differ from our own.

      Our beliefs and perceptions can significantly influence our reality, even if they are not based on fact. This was illustrated in the conversation where AJ and James discussed the concept of "mind smoke" and how easily people can be manipulated or influenced by positive affirmations or beliefs, such as star signs. The conversation also highlighted how deeply people can believe in these things, and how it can lead to misunderstandings or disagreements between individuals with different beliefs. Additionally, the conversation touched upon the idea that compatibility, whether romantic or professional, can change based on circumstances and individual growth. Ultimately, the conversation emphasized the importance of respecting others' beliefs, even if they differ from our own.

    • Respecting Others' Food ChoicesBe considerate of others' food preferences and avoid disrupting the dining experience, while also being open to trying new things.

      Despite having strong food preferences, it's important to be considerate and not disrupt the dining experience for others. In the discussion, one person expressed their dislike for pistachios, particularly when they are crushed and sprinkled on desserts. While they would prefer to avoid pistachios, they acknowledged that it might not be practical to request a change in the menu for everyone. The conversation also touched on the enjoyment of trying new things, such as different flavors of pistachios, and the excitement for the upcoming Big Brother series. Overall, the conversation highlighted the importance of respecting others' food choices while also being open to new experiences.

    • Managing a live audience and contestants in a reality TV showEffective crowd control and maintaining a neutral demeanor are crucial for hosting a reality TV show. Understand contestants' motivations and actions through insightful questioning.

      Effective crowd control and maintaining a neutral demeanor are essential qualities for hosting a reality TV show like Big Brother. The speakers discussed the importance of being able to manage an enthusiastic and potentially unruly live audience, as well as hiding personal feelings towards contestants to focus on their stories. They also mentioned the potential challenges of living in close quarters with others and the potential for arguments over mundane issues, emphasizing the importance of being able to handle these situations with composure. The speakers also touched upon the importance of asking insightful questions to understand the contestants' motivations and actions.

    • The power of sensory experiences and strong personalities in reality TVPeople's preferences and attachments can lead to intense reactions and memorable moments in reality TV. Strong personalities can elevate shows with their unique perspectives.

      The power of sensory experiences and strong personalities can make ordinary situations iconic, as seen in the memorable "cornflakes argument" from Celebrity Big Brother. People's preferences and attachments to certain things, like cornflakes or diet coke, can lead to intense reactions and memorable moments. Additionally, individuals with strong personalities can elevate reality TV shows with their unique perspectives and reactions. Despite knowing this, some people, like the speaker, may regret not taking the opportunity to be on such shows due to their own insecurities or beliefs about themselves. The speaker also shared their strong connection to their hometown's water and their preference for it over bottled or filtered water.

    • Speaker's attachment to childhood water sourceThe speaker values his childhood water source deeply, associating it with comfort and joy, and prefers harder water over the softer variety in London.

      Water, specifically the source and quality, holds significant emotional and personal value for the speaker. He cherishes the water from his childhood home in Blackburn, comparing it to holy water from religious pilgrimage sites. This water brings him comfort and joy, and he even feels compelled to bring it back to London with him. The speaker also shares his preference for harder water, as opposed to the softer water in London, which leaves his hair looking "fluffy" after a shower. Additionally, the speaker expresses his disdain for filling up on bread before a meal, preferring to save room for the main course and dessert.

    • Exploring Food Preferences: Guinness Bread, Poppadoms, and MoreThe speaker enjoys Guinness bread but prefers it with salty butter and warm. They have a unique way of eating poppadoms and love tuna mayo and cucumber poppadums. Their dream starter is cheese on toast, thinly sliced and perfectly melted, and they fondly remember Nigerian rice and stew from childhood.

      The speaker enjoys the Guinness bread, but finds it too heavy and filling, preferring instead to have it with salty butter and warm. They also have a specific way of eating poppadoms, disliking the idea of smashing through them and losing the edibility. The speaker also expresses a love for tuna mayo and cucumber poppadums, suggesting a new dish idea. The speaker's dream starter is cheese on toast, which they describe as their comfort food, and they prefer it thinly sliced and perfectly melted. The conversation also reveals the speaker's appreciation for Nigerian rice and stew, which they enjoyed as a snack growing up. Overall, the conversation highlights the speaker's food preferences and the importance of texture and temperature in their enjoyment of various dishes.

    • Exploring Personal Preferences for Toast and CheesePersonal preferences matter when it comes to enjoying toast and cheese. Feel free to experiment and find your perfect combination.

      Everyone has unique preferences when it comes to their toast and toppings. The speaker shared his dislike for sourdough bread and the challenge of finding the perfect toast-to-cheese ratio. He expressed his love for thickly sliced seeded bread with thickly sliced cheese, melted in the toaster and topped with salted butter and cold tomatoes. He also mentioned his fondness for Henderson's or Liam Pevans spread on his toast as a treat. The conversation highlights the importance of personal preferences and creativity when it comes to enjoying simple pleasures like toast and cheese. So, don't be afraid to experiment and find what works best for you.

    • Appreciating the joy of simple food experiencesPreparing and sharing simple dishes can bring joy and satisfaction, and unique approaches make them even more special. Personalized experiences and presentation enhance enjoyment.

      The act of preparing and presenting food, especially simple dishes like cheese on toast, can bring joy and satisfaction beyond just the taste. The speaker shares his appreciation for a friend's unique approach to making cheese on toast and how it feels like a special treat. He also reflects on memories of learning to make toast in school and the importance of simple, personalized experiences. Additionally, the conversation touches on the role of presentation in enhancing enjoyment and the idea of gifts that keep on giving, such as an Aura digital picture frame.

    • Understanding Regional Differences in Nigerian CuisineNigerian cuisine combines carb-based dishes with flavorful soups or sauces. Regional differences result in unique dishes like starch, which varies in taste and texture depending on the soup it's paired with. Understanding cultural contexts is crucial to appreciating the diversity of Nigerian cuisine.

      Nigerian cuisine is known for its unique combination of plain carb-based dishes and rich, flavorful soups or sauces. The speaker grew up enjoying dishes like starch, which is paired with various soups, and was confused when he couldn't find it in Lagos. This experience highlighted the regional differences in Nigerian cuisine and the importance of understanding cultural contexts. Regarding the starch dish, it's a yellow, jiggly carb that is often served with soups like pepper soup or Obbola soup. The soups typically contain meat and fish, and the dish is eaten with hands to easily pick out the ingredients. The taste is spicy and difficult to describe, as it varies in spiciness depending on individual tolerance. The speaker also shared his fondness for a different kind of meal, consisting of a slice of pizza with chips, cheese, and gravy, a chocolate chip cookie, and a bottle of limeade. This was a common part of his lunch routine during his school days. Overall, the conversation highlighted the richness and diversity of Nigerian cuisine and the importance of understanding cultural contexts to appreciate unique dishes.

    • Unexpected friendships lead to unexpected joysForming bonds with unlikely companions can bring simple pleasures and long-lasting happiness

      Making friends in unexpected places can lead to unexpected joys. The speaker shares a story from her past where she formed bonds with the dinner ladies and cleaners at her school due to her frequent detentions. These friendships resulted in her receiving free Limeade, which she cherished. Later in life, she found joy in the simple pleasure of creamed spinach, which she first tried at a fancy London restaurant. The experience of ordering a seemingly expensive side dish that came with its own separate pot made her feel posh and indulged. Despite the high cost, she has continued to enjoy creamed spinach, even though she feels there is never enough of it. The speaker's experiences illustrate the importance of finding joy in the little things and the unexpected connections that can be formed along the way.

    • Indulgences bring joy and positive memoriesIndulgences, like favorite dishes and dream drinks, add happiness and positivity to our lives, despite the expense or lack of understanding from others.

      Despite the richness and expense of certain indulgences, like Hawksmoor's creamed spinach, they can still bring joy and positive memories. Whether it's a dream drink like a margarita with a salty rim or a favorite dish like creamed spinach, these indulgences can make everyday moments feel special. However, not everyone may understand or appreciate the value of these indulgences, leading to frustration or feelings of being taken advantage of. Despite this, it's important to continue enjoying these things, as they bring happiness and positivity to our lives. Additionally, discovering new indulgences, like a Pina Colada from M&S or a margarita with a panda pop limeade twist, can add even more excitement and pleasure to our experiences.

    • Wetherspoons in the airport: A comforting goodbye to the UKWetherspoons in airports offer a familiar and affordable pub experience before departure, but missing a flight can cause significant stress and inconvenience.

      The Wetherspoons in an airport can evoke a sense of proper goodbye to the UK before embarking on a holiday. The UK is unique in its pub culture, and Wetherspoons specifically, with its affordability and authenticity, can provide a comforting and familiar experience before departure. However, missing a flight can lead to significant stress and inconvenience, as one speaker shared a story of missing a flight to a friend's wedding and having to travel through multiple countries to reach the destination. The speaker also mentioned a preference for the airport atmosphere without announcements, allowing for distractions and potential missed flights. Overall, the discussion highlights the significance of the Wetherspoons experience in the airport setting and the potential risks of distractions leading to missed flights.

    • Memories of Custard and CakeThe speaker cherishes the simple pleasure of hot custard poured over a plain sponge cake, a tradition passed down from their father, and prefers making it at home due to unsatisfactory versions in restaurants.

      Custard and cake hold a special place in the speaker's memories, evoking feelings of home and comfort. This dessert was a favorite growing up, shared with their father late at night, and the simple pleasure of having custard poured over a plain sponge cake felt like a treat. The speaker's father made the custard himself, using powder, and they both enjoyed the contrast of hot custard on room temperature cake. The speaker's fondness for custard and cake extended to school, where they enjoyed various versions of the dessert. Despite the simplicity of the dessert, the speaker finds that restaurants often don't do it justice, and they prefer making it at home. The speaker's preference for custard is for it to be hot, and they find cold custard only acceptable in a creme brulee. If the speaker's father were to offer custard and cake late at night, they would gladly accept, even if it went against societal norms. The speaker's father experimenting with adding pistachio dust to the dessert would not be welcomed, as it goes against the speaker's traditional preferences. The speaker's meal order, if given the opportunity, would include water from their mom's kitchen tap, a poppadum with tuna mayo and cucumber, a homemade cheese on toast with tomato for the main course, and ogbola soup as the side dish.

    • Simple pleasures and shared memoriesNostalgia can make ordinary things seem extraordinary, and shared experiences and traditions bring joy and a sense of belonging.

      For some people, the comforts and memories associated with home and simple pleasures, like a cup of tea and broken biscuits, can bring immense joy and a sense of belonging. The discussion revolved around shared experiences of enjoying rum and coke at an airport, midnight desserts, and the fondness for broken biscuits. The speaker, who grew up watching their mother and her cleaner friends enjoy broken biscuits before cleaning, developed a strong connection to this simple treat. The conversation also highlighted the power of nostalgia and how it can make even the most ordinary things seem extraordinary. The speaker's memories of growing up and going to school with their mother, who was a cleaner, and the shared moments they had with her and her friends, brought a sense of excitement and maturity to their childhood. The speaker's love for broken biscuits continued into adulthood, and they reminisced about the various types of biscuits they enjoyed, including custard creams, chocolate bar buns, and rich teas. The conversation ended with a shared appreciation for the small joys in life and the importance of cherishing memories and traditions.

    • Childhood Memories of Shopping at Morrisons and Quick SaveSpeakers fondly recalled shopping experiences at Morrisons and Quick Save, highlighting their excitement and adventure in the industrial dairy sections. AJ shared upcoming Big Brother hosting gig and amusing anecdotes, while they also appreciated unexpected deliveries of Longbottom and Co's Virgin Marys.

      The speakers shared fond memories of unique and memorable shopping experiences from their childhood, particularly at Morrisons and Quick Save. They reminisced about the industrial dairy sections and felt a sense of excitement and adventure while shopping there. AJ also mentioned her upcoming hosting gig for Big Brother and shared some amusing anecdotes. The conversation was filled with laughter and nostalgia, making for an enjoyable and entertaining chat. Additionally, they discussed receiving unexpected deliveries of Longbottom and Co's Virgin Marys and expressed their appreciation for the product.

    • Delight in discovering new products togetherThe group enjoyed trying new items and found joy in sharing their discoveries with each other and their guests.

      The group enjoyed trying new products, from coffee to cookies and even a draft beer machine, and found delight in discovering delicious and high-quality items, some of which they kept for themselves. Another key point is the group's playful and humorous banter throughout the conversation, showcasing their camaraderie and enjoyment of each other's company. Additionally, they discussed the excitement of receiving various items in the mail and sharing them with each other and their guests. Overall, the conversation highlights the joy and appreciation of discovering and experiencing new things together.

    Recent Episodes from Off Menu with Ed Gamble and James Acaster

    Ep 253: Sophie Willan

    Ep 253: Sophie Willan

    The Dream Restaurant is taking bookings for its 12th series, and our first diner is ‘Taskmaster’ and ‘Alma’s Not Normal’ star Sophie Willan. Woo!


    Watch series one of ‘Alma’s Not Normal’ on BBC iPlayer. Series two is coming soon.

    Follow Sophie on Instagram @sophiewillan


    Tickets for ‘Off Menu: Live in London’ go on sale this Friday 12th July at 10am. Visit offmenupodcast.co.uk for details.


    Recorded and edited by Ben Williams for Plosive.

    Artwork by Paul Gilbey (photography and design).


    Follow Off Menu on Twitter and Instagram: @offmenuofficial.

    And go to our website www.offmenupodcast.co.uk for a list of restaurants recommended on the show.


    Watch Ed and James's YouTube series 'Just Puddings'. Watch here.



    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.


    Ep 252: Jason Mantzoukas

    Ep 252: Jason Mantzoukas

    ‘How Did This Get Made?’ podcaster and ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ star Jason Mantzoukas finishes up series 11. And half of his meal is lurking in the shadows…


    Listen to Jason’s podcast ‘How Did This Get Made?’ wherever you listen to podcasts.


    Recorded and edited by Ben Williams for Plosive.

    Artwork by Paul Gilbey (photography and design).


    Follow Off Menu on Twitter and Instagram: @offmenuofficial.

    And go to our website www.offmenupodcast.co.uk for a list of restaurants recommended on the show.


    Watch Ed and James's YouTube series 'Just Puddings'. Watch here.



    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.


    Ep 251: Helen Skelton

    Ep 251: Helen Skelton

    TV presenter, author and Strictly contestant Helen Skelton takes on her next challenge: ordering her Off Menu menu in the Dream Restaurant.


    Helen Skelton’s book ‘In My Stride’ is out now published by Headline. Buy it here.

    Follow Helen on Twitter and Instagram @helenskelton


    Recorded and edited by Ben Williams for Plosive.

    Artwork by Paul Gilbey (photography and design).


    Follow Off Menu on Twitter and Instagram: @offmenuofficial.

    And go to our website www.offmenupodcast.co.uk for a list of restaurants recommended on the show.


    Watch Ed and James's YouTube series 'Just Puddings'. Watch here.



    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.


    Ep 250: Patti Harrison

    Ep 250: Patti Harrison

    US stand-up and ‘I Think You Should Leave’ star Patti Harrison is this week’s dream dinner guest. She arrived so early her table wasn’t ready yet.


    Trigger warning: this episode contains talk of eating disorders.


    Patti Harrison is bringing her show ‘My Huge Tits Huge Because They Are Infected NOT FAKE’ to London’s Soho Theatre at the end of May and the Edinburgh Fringe in August.

    Follow Patti on Instagram @party_harderson


    Recorded and edited by Ben Williams for Plosive.

    Artwork by Paul Gilbey (photography and design).


    Follow Off Menu on Twitter and Instagram: @offmenuofficial.

    And go to our website www.offmenupodcast.co.uk for a list of restaurants recommended on the show.


    Watch Ed and James's YouTube series 'Just Puddings'. Watch here.



    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.


    Ep 249: Rhys Nicholson

    Ep 249: Rhys Nicholson

    ‘Drag Race Down Under’ judge and ‘Taskmaster Australia’ star Rhys Nicholson is our guest diner this week. And they’ve brought along their pal Jeff Tartare.


    Rhys brings their new show ‘Huge Big Party Congratulations’ to the Edinburgh Fringe this August and then is touring the UK. For dates and tickets go to rhysnicholson.com.au

    Rhys’s book ‘Dish’ is out now. Buy it here.

    Watch Rhys’s special ‘Live at the Athenaeum’ on Netflix.

    Follow Rhys on Instagram @rhysnicholson


    Recorded and edited by Ben Williams for Plosive.

    Artwork by Paul Gilbey (photography and design).


    Follow Off Menu on Twitter and Instagram: @offmenuofficial.

    And go to our website www.offmenupodcast.co.uk for a list of restaurants recommended on the show.


    Watch Ed and James's YouTube series 'Just Puddings'. Watch here.



    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.


    Ep 248: Huge Davies

    Ep 248: Huge Davies

    Comedian and podcaster Huge Davies brings disturbing news. Another great episode of Off Menu with Ed Gamble and The Boy.


    Listen to Huge Davies’s podcast ‘Slime Country’ with Ed Night and Sunil Patel wherever you listen to podcasts.

    Watch Huge’s special ‘The Carpark’ on YouTube for free.

    Follow Huge on Twitter and Instagram @hugedavies



    Recorded and edited by Ben Williams for Plosive.

    Artwork by Paul Gilbey (photography and design).


    Follow Off Menu on Twitter and Instagram: @offmenuofficial.

    And go to our website www.offmenupodcast.co.uk for a list of restaurants recommended on the show.


    Watch Ed and James's YouTube series 'Just Puddings'. Watch here.



    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.


    Ep 247: Ardal O’Hanlon (Live in Dublin)

    Ep 247: Ardal O’Hanlon (Live in Dublin)

    It’s the final b-b-b-b-bonus episode from the live tour and what better way to end than with Irish comedy god and ‘Father Ted’ star Ardal O’Hanlon. Oh, and eating a creamy dessert.


    Follow Ardal on Twitter @ardalsfolly and Instagram @ardalohanlon


    Recorded by Matt Mountford-Lister for Storm Productions Group live at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in Dublin.

    Edited by Ben Williams for Plosive.

    Artwork by Paul Gilbey (photography and design).


    Follow Off Menu on Twitter and Instagram: @offmenuofficial.

    And go to our website www.offmenupodcast.co.uk for a list of restaurants recommended on the show.


    Watch Ed and James's YouTube series 'Just Puddings'. Watch here.



    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.


    Ep 246: Karan Gokani

    Ep 246: Karan Gokani

    Co-founder of Hoppers restaurants Karan Gokani has a table booked this week, and he’s bringing along Edward Stephenson Jamison Gamble as his dining companion.


    ‘Hoppers: The Cookbook’ is out now, published by Quadrille Publishing. Buy it here.

    Go to Hoppers restaurants in London. Visit hopperslondon.com to book a table.

    Follow Hoppers on Instagram and TikTok @hopperslondon

    Follow Karan on Instagram @karancooks


    Recorded and edited by Ben Williams for Plosive.

    Artwork by Paul Gilbey (photography and design).


    Follow Off Menu on Twitter and Instagram: @offmenuofficial.

    And go to our website www.offmenupodcast.co.uk for a list of restaurants recommended on the show.


    Watch Ed and James's YouTube series 'Just Puddings'. Watch here.



    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.


    Ep 245: Tommy Tiernan (Live in Dublin)

    Ep 245: Tommy Tiernan (Live in Dublin)

    Irish comedy icon Tommy Tiernan joins us for night one in Dublin. And, no, this episode hasn’t been edited much.


    Tommy Tiernan is on tour now with ‘Tommedian’. For dates and tickets go to tommytiernan.ie

    Follow Tommy on Twitter @Tommedian and Instagram @officialtommedian


    Recorded by Matt Mountford-Lister for Storm Productions Group live at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in Dublin.

    Edited by Ben Williams for Plosive.

    Artwork by Paul Gilbey (photography and design).


    Follow Off Menu on Twitter and Instagram: @offmenuofficial.

    And go to our website www.offmenupodcast.co.uk for a list of restaurants recommended on the show.


    Watch Ed and James's YouTube series 'Just Puddings'. Watch here.



    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.


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    Derry Girls returns Tuesday 12 April on Channel 4. Epsiodes will air each Tuesday and be available to catch up on All 4. Watch it here.


    Follow on Siobhán Twitter and Instagram @siobhni


    Recorded and edited by Ben Williams for Plosive.

    Artwork by Paul Gilbey (photography and design) and Amy Browne (illustrations).


    Follow Off Menu on Twitter and Instagram: @offmenuofficial.

    And go to our website www.offmenupodcast.co.uk for a list of restaurants recommended on the show.


    Watch Ed and James's YouTube series 'Just Puddings'. Watch here.



    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.


    Ep. 05 - You don't belong

    Ep. 05 - You don't belong

    Why is it so easy for us to feel like we aren’t good enough? This doesn’t just stop at parenting, but appears in other areas of our lives as well. So what do you do when you feel like you don’t fit in or aren’t good enough? You change what you are focused on! You identify the positive why in order to drown out the negative!

     

    Connect with me:

    @re_crown.your.confidence

    @bytamekashatoya

    www.bytamekashatoya.com

    bytamekashatoya@gmail.com

     

    Music in this episode:

    Fretless by Kevin MacLeod

    Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3777-fretless

    License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license

    Ice Flow by Kevin MacLeod

    Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3898-ice-flow

    License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license

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    When There's Not Enough Time

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    Note:  In light of all the recent events as a consequence of the COVID-19 outbreak and the horrifying death of George Floyd, AND because human connection and community are so vital to our sense of well being, I've started a private Facebook Group:  Moxie Club Meetup.  It's completely free.  Let's support each other and we will emerge on the other side of this stronger than ever.  Click here to join the group.

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