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Vurbl Food: Cooking, Cocktails, Dining & More Food is one of the most important parts of human survival. Despite its necessity, or perhaps because of it, there has always been a deep connection between one's culture and their cuisine. Vurbl Foods brings you the best audio talking about food in regards to health, taste, and overall enjoyment. Listen now to Vurbl Foods!
Molé Mama Cooking With Love Hola y Bienvenidos! Are you ready to be inspired to cook at home, try new recipes, meet chefs, foodies and artisans from around the world? Diving into my Latina roots, I use my magical molcajete, wood pit and other tools and techniques that make my guacamole, crunchy tacos, chorizo y queso fundido molcajete, chimichangas, spicy slow grilled ribs, and so much more taste like grandma used to make back in Mexico. My guest chefs and familia share their inspiring stories that led them to create cookie art, Churro cupcakes, Mexican chocolate brownies, sweet potato flautas, pumpkin tamales, and other delicious culinary creations.
Warning, most of our podcasts will make you hungry and you may find yourself dancing in your kitchen to salsa music. Eat before listening or have snacks nearby as we celebrate sharing home-cooked meals with friends and family for food is love!

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My Tiny Cook Spot My Tiny Cook Spot is a bi-weekly podcast lead by your host, Kate Schmeck, as she journey's her way through her mom's recipe box. If you love food and love to eat then you are in the right place!

After my mom passed I became the owner of over 290 recipes! My guests and I will cook together, have a few laughs, drink a few cocktails, and learn a bit about each other. How fun does that sound!

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Phil Cooke Podcast If you have a powerful message or story that could influence the world, Phil Cooke – media producer, leadership consultant, and author – will teach you what you need to know about creativity, communication, Hollywood, media, culture, and the faith to make it happen. Get your ideas out there and change the world in the process. Find out more at philcooke.com or cookemediagroup.com
Kitchen Survival Guide We are a community of professional cooks, food-service workers, home cooks and foodies alike, banding together with the common goal of culinary education. The Kitchen Survival Guide Podcast offers a free culinary-based curriculum that covers a variety of topics including basic knife skills, cooking techniques, food culture, kitchen equipment, food science, culinary history and more. Join us as we dive into the endless knowledge that the culinary world has to offer and discover how it has shaped our world today.
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Food For Thought: Cooking For Beginners If you're looking to learn more about cooking but don't know where to start, we're hear to help. Listen to these top cooking podcast episodes discussing cooking for beginners with topics like easy recipes, vegan dishes, dinner party tips, and much more. Vurbl Food: Cooking, Cocktails, Dining & More

There are so many different kinds of diets out there, it’s hard to know which one is right for you. A pescatarian is like a vegetarian, but the only meat they eat is seafood. Whether you’re thinking about becoming a pescatarian, want to hear more about the pros and cons, or just want tips on how to cook better fish, be sure to listen all the way through.” id=”what-is-a-pescatarian” vid=”what-is-a-pescatarian” id-for-player=”what-is-a-pescatarian” link=”/playlists/what-is-a-pescatarian/” is-authorized=”false” csrf=”wMzMSRGhT9FJvAlYjA92cyabRuO9rBYY41hdGPLlZ8HX87Wan1vzPNirymdShvsn” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
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Failure is a trampoline: Guest, Chef David Fhima. Failing is losing your business, destroying a batch of cookies, or leaving your cell phone in your pocket during the wash. In this episode, Tina and Minneapolis Chef David Fhima share stories of failure and how shifting your mindset is essential to growth. Fhima is the guest of this episode who Twin Cities Business Magazine proclaimed “likely closed more high profile restaurants than anyone in the Twin Cities" among all his success in a nearly 40-year career.Fhima is the executive chef for the Minnesota Timberwolves and Minnesota Lynx. He also runs his French-American restaurant Fhima’s in downtown Minneapolis and is a master of the "pivot."
4/11/23 Archie Mitchell returns once again to cover the week that was in pro wrestling!!!If You Smell What The ARCH Is Cookin is a production of the WrestleNet Radio Podcast Network and Maxson Out Media.
4/16/23 Archie Mitchell is back again to discuss the past week in pro wrestling!!If You Smell What The ARCH Is Cookin is a production of the WrestleNet Radio Podcast Network and Maxson Out Media.You can also check Archie out on the Nothing But Trouble Podcast anywhere you find your favorite shows!!
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Remembering The Interview with Professor Jerry Fischetti On April 3rd the culinary world lost a teacher and a mentor to many. Jerry Fischetti was a professor I had in college who profoundly impacted the way I saw mental health care, self care and empathy within the food industry. This is a re-published episode from 2019, in which he was one of the first guests on the show when I started out. I hope listening gives you the insight into why so many respected Professor and the way he saw and cared for the students of the culinary world. I'll forever be grateful for the time spent knowing him and hope sharing his message honors him in some way. Below is the post sharing on how great of a person he was per The Culinary Institute of America Alumni Network: Celebrating Jerry Fischetti '78

The CIA received incredibly sad news that Professor Jerry Fischetti’78 passed away on Monday, April 3, 2023, after a brief illness. He retired from the college in 2021 but continued to teach online through the fall semester. Professor Fischetti was beloved by students, fellow faculty and staff.

Professor Fischetti joined the CIA faculty in 1998 and was a member of the opening team for the Apple Pie Bakery Café. As a member of the School of Business and Management, he taught a variety of courses including Professionalism and Life Skills, Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management, and Introduction to Hospitality. He was selected faculty member of the year in 2011.

In addition to being an AOS graduate from the CIA, he completed a bachelor’s at Florida International University and a master’s at the Rochester Institute of Technology, Professor Fischetti spent many years in the hospitality industry before joining the college as a faculty member. He was director of catering at the Ritz-Carlton in Atlanta. His industry niche was private clubs, and he was food and beverage manager at Druid Hill Golf Club (Atlanta) and general manager of Kirkbrae Country Club (Providence).

Professor Fischetti’ s true calling was in the classroom. He loved his students and teaching, and his students loved him. A student wrote in a reflection paper the following:

“Professor Fischetti is more than just a hospitality expert, he is a dreamer, a romantic and a storyteller. He taught us that if you can dream it you can do it. Many people dream about retiring in Europe, but he actually did it. His retirement plans inspire me to not hold back on my dreams but put words into actions. “

We all wish Jerry would have had more time living his best life in Portugal with Tonka, his four-legged companion, and many new friends. But his mark on countless students (and faculty and staff) has been immeasurable, and his memory at the CIA will live on.
About Oyster Farming, Our One-Minute Cooking Tip, An Interview With Author Cheuk Kwan, Casamara Club Sodas, Coconut Custard Pie & More! Welcome to another episode of our podcast on food and cooking. We're Bruce Weinstein & Mark Scarbrough. Together, we've written more than three dozen cookbooks, not counting the ones we ghost-wrote for celebrities.We've got a packed podcast this week: some facts about farmed oysters, our one-minute cooking, and the answer to "what's making us happy in food this week?"Plus, Bruce interviews author Cheuk Kwan about this new book, HAVE YOU EATEN YET? It's about stories and dishes from around the world of Chinese restaurants, perhaps the first truly global cuisine.Thank you for being on this journey with us. Want to help support this podcast? Check out our latest book THE INSTANT AIR FRYER BIBLE, available here. Here are the segments for this episode of COOKING WITH BRUCE & MARK:[01:01] About oyster farming. We love oysters, particularly raw and cold! Here's some of the information about how oysters are raised these days.[13:46] Our one-minute cooking tip: toasted nuts have a deeper, richer flavor than raw nuts.[15:06] Bruce's interview with author Cheuk Kwan on his new book, HAVE YOU EATEN YET?[31:05] What’s making us happy in food this week? Casamara Club Sodas and coconut custard pie! (Maybe not together!)
Happiness And Food, Our One-Minute Cooking Tip, An Interview with Maya Kaimal, Ice Wine, A Comfort Curry, & More! Welcome to our food and cooking podcast! We're Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough, authors of more than three dozen cookbooks.In this episode, we're talking about why you should eat foods that make you happy. We've got a one-minute cooking tip. Bruce interviews food entrepreneur and cookbook author (and longtime friend) Maya Kaimal. And we'd love to tell you about what's making us happy in food this week.Here are the segments of this episode of COOKING WITH BRUCE AND MARK:[00:58] Eating food that makes us happy–and why it's important to come back to your happy foods often.[13:18] Our one-minute cooking tip: Food continues to cook after it leaves the heat![14:41] Bruce's interview with food entrepreneur and cookbook author Maya Kaimal about her brand-new book, INDIAN FLAVOR EVERY DAY.[37:28] What’s making us happy in food this week: Canadian ice wine and a curry made from ground turkey, sweet potatoes, and peas. It's a recipe from Maya Kaimal's new cookbook!
The Changing Ideas About Comfort Food, Our One-Minute Cooking Tip, An Interview with Sena Wheeler On Alaskan Seafood, Candied Jalapeños, Smoked Whitefish & More! Our ideas about comfort food have changed dramatically over the years. We've gone from its being "sick food" to now being "blow-the-diet" treats.Join Bruce Weinstein & Mark Scarbrough as they talk about the changing notions of comfort food over the course of their thirty-six cookbook career.Bruce also interviews Sena Wheeler of Sena Sea Wild Alaskan Fish about the Alaskan fishing industry and how you can bring the wild and tasty fare to your table.We've also got a one-minute cooking tip, and we'll tell you what's making us happy in food this week.Here are the segments of this episode of COOKING WITH BRUCE & MARK:[01:03] How we've watched the notion of comfort food change over the many years of our thirty-six-cookbook career.[13:32] Our one-minute cooking tip: think beyond bread crumbs for coating foods in an air fryer![15:31] Bruce's interview with Sena Wheeler of Sena Sea Wild Alaskan Fish. If you want to find out more or order a box to try, click here.[30:17] What's making us happy in food this week? Candied jalapeños and smoked whitefish salad!
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Hamissi Mamba’s Culinary Journey from Burundi to Detroit Hamissi Mamba, restaurant owner and recent winner of The Food Network’s “Chopped”, talks to Ann Delisi and Chef James Rigato about his inspiring life journey from Burundi to Detroit. He speaks of how he and his wife Nadia Nijimbere overcame the odds to start a family and a thriving business in an unfamiliar culture.
How to Make Your Health Insurance Actually Work For You With Wendell Potter Wendell Potter, as a former executive at Cigna, has a lot to say on the state of health insurance in this country. His view, from the inside out, is part of a new must-see documentary about democracy and American healthcare. Anyone who has dealt with a health insurance company knows it’s enough to make you sick all over again. Along with some shocking insights, Wendell shares two very important things ALL of us need to do to make health insurance actually work for us. All this, while Marissa prepares a blood orange polenta cake. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Follow the Leader We must first decided who our leader is.We must do all things like our leader.If we do this, we will be with the Leader when the game is over.
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Marc Forgione This week's guest is Marc Forgione, an American chef who competed in Food Network's Iron Chef America and is now the owner of Restaurant Marc Forgione in Tribeca, New York City. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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A Survey of Christians Theology – Lecture #27 – The Great White Throne & New Heavens and Earth Every Christian should have a basic knowledge of the doctrines found in God’s Word. This series of lectures will provide some of the basics of Christian Theology and is intended to help the growing believer advance in his/her knowledge of God and His Word. A complete set of my study notes can be found here: https://thinkingonscripture.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/02/A-Survey-of-Theology-Lecture-Notes-1.pdf
     Moses, having delivered the song to the nation (Deut 32:1-43), now directs and encourages his audience to receive the message for themselves. If the people of Israel would accept the message, follow it, and teach it to their children, they would know blessing in the land of Canaan,” id=”2i2klcXcT91″ vid=”2i2klcXcT91″ id-for-player=”2i2klcXcT91″ link=”/listen/deuteronomy-3244-52-the-word-of-god-is-the-source-of-life-moses-punishment-for-disobedience-2i2klcXcT91/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Deuteronomy 32:44-52 – The Word of God is the Source of Life & Moses’ Punishment for Disobedience Introduction
     Moses, having delivered the song to the nation (Deut 32:1-43), now directs and encourages his audience to receive the message for themselves. If the people of Israel would accept the message, follow it, and teach it to their children, they would know blessing in the land of Canaan, to which they were about to enter and possess (Deut 32:44-47). God had placed before them everything they needed for a life of success and prosperity, both for them and their children, but they had to commit themselves to the Lord and follow His directives set forth in the Torah (Deut 11:26-28; 30:15-20). The last few verses of this chapter close out with God directing Moses to go up to Mount Nebo, where he will see the land of Canaan from a distance, and then die (Deut 32:48-52).
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     In the opening of this pericope, Moses reiterates what he’d said at the beginning of the song (Deut 31:30), saying, “Then Moses came and spoke all the words of this song in the hearing of the people, he, with Joshua the son of Nun” (Deut 32:44).
“When Moses had finished speaking all these words to all Israel, 46 he said to them, ‘Take to your heart all the words with which I am warning you today, which you shall command your sons to observe carefully, even all the words of this law’” (Deut 32:45-46).  

     Moses, after speaking God’s Word to all Israel, directs them to accept the revelation for themselves, saying, “Take to your heart all the words with which I am warning you today” (Deut 32:46a). The word take translates the Hebrew verb שׂוּם sum, which means to “put, set, place…deposit.”[1] The form of the verb is a Qal imperative, which means it’s a command to be obeyed, as the believer intentionally deposits God’s Word to their own heart (לֵבָב lebab). For the believer with positive volition, it means he/she is mentally focusing on something of importance and paying careful attention to it. And what Moses was telling his audience to pay careful attention to? Specifically, it’s “all the words” he was communicating to them, adding the oft repeated reference to “all the words of this law” (Deut 32:46b; cf., Deut 17:19; 27:3, 8, 26; 28:58; 29:29; 31:12, 24). And after telling his audience that they are personally responsible to place God’s Word into their own hearts, he gives them an added responsibility, saying, “you shall command your sons to observe carefully, even all the words of this law” (Deut 32:46b). According to Eugene Merrill, “Not only were his hearers to pledge themselves to its stipulations, but they were to command their descendants to do the same. Over and over again the people of Israel were reminded that the faith and commitment of any one generation were not sufficient for all the generations to come. Each must have its own time of covenant renewal (cf. Deut 4:9–10; 5:29; 6:2, 7; 11:19, 21; 12:25, 28; 30:19).”[2]Though the parents were directed to command their children to learn and observe God’s directives, it was up to the children themselves to exercise their own volitions and accept God’s Word and walk in it. The command from the parents to the children was the highest display of love for them, for to give them the Word of God was to give them the source of life and blessing, for “man does not live by bread alone, but lives by everything that proceeds out of the mouth of the Lord” (Deut 8:3).
     Moses drives the point further, saying, “For it is not an idle word for you; indeed it is your life. And by this word you will prolong your days in the land, which you are about to cross the Jordan to possess” (Deut 32:47; cf. Deut 4:40). Here we see repeated words that Moses has been stressing throughout the book (cf., Deut 6:24-25; 11:26-28; 30:15-20). As stated previously, the faith of one generation does not guarantee the faith of the next. Still, Moses was concerned about his generation, and instructed them to teach their children—which was a display of love for them—that they might continue in obedience to the Lord and know His blessings as well (See Deut 4:9-10; 5:29; 6:2, 7; 11:19, 21; 12:25, 28; 30:19). Concerning this passage, Peter Craigie states, “The law did not bind men in a straitjacket of legalism, but pointed toward that life which God purposed for them. In the law lay the secret of Israel’s longevity and prosperity in the promised land which they were soon to possess.”[3]
Prediction of Moses’ Death
     In this closing section, the Lord spoke directly to Moses and directed him to ascend to Mount Nebo, where he would see the land of Canaan from a distance and then die. This discourse from God reiterates what Moses had said before about the Lord’s punishment on him (see Deut 3:23-28; 31:2, 14). There are four commands given here to Moses: 1) go up to Mount Nebo (Deut 32:49a), 2) look at the land of Canaan (Deut 32:49b), 3) die on the mountain (D
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A bank collapse is the stuff of nightmares, with the potential to wipe out hard-earned savings, or a business’s ability to pay staff.This nightmare has become reality in the US, with a run on Silicon Valley Bank, or SVB, that led to the bank collapsing. It’s a big deal because SVB is, or was, the 16th largest bank in the USA. It’s the second biggest to fail since Washington Mutual’s collapse during the 2008 Global Financial Crisis.For context, it’s a bigger bank than ANZ here in New Zealand, which is our biggest bank. SVB had assets of US$209b, while ANZ NZ has assets of US$120b (NZ$195.6b).It’s been followed by a couple of other worrying developments. Credit Suisse was Switzerland’s second largest bank – but it’s being bought out in an emergency rescue deal by the country’s first biggest bank, UBS. UBS is snapping up their rival for a bargain 3 billion Swiss francs, which is about 60% less than Credit Suisse was supposedly worth before it hit panic buttons. Meanwhile, back to the US, and Signature Bank has been shut down and is likely to have its deposits and loans bought out by Flagstar Bank. Not great.So could it happen here, and should we all New Zealanders be worried?
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It’s that time of year – the time when many people are getting their performance review. Which means it’s the perfect time to ask for a pay rise. Data from Seek shows that the top three reasons New Zealanders look for a new job are to get more money, progress their career, or find better work-life balance. Your performance review is the place to see whether you could get those things from your current job. But Seek data also shows that last year, 42 per cent of New Zealanders headed into their performance review unprepared. That’s a waste of a golden opportunity to make your working day work better for you. For the latest podcast I talked to Seek career expert Leah Lambert from Relaunch Me.If you have a question about this podcast, or a question you'd like answered in the next one, come and talk to me about it. I'm on Facebook here, Instagram here, and Twitter here.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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How to take a business from bootstrapped, to VC investment Each week BusinessDesk and the NZ Herald’s Cooking the Books podcast tackles a different money problem. Today, it’s how the founder of Twiice is finding investment to help them break into Europe. Hosted by Frances Cook.
It’s one of those pieces of advice that gets trotted out like it’s so simple; if you want to increase your income, consider starting a business of your own.Now it’s true that a successful business can create wealth, but that’s also the trick. Most businesses aren’t successful. It’s hard to do well.New Zealand particularly suffers from a very small investing environment, so it can be hard for our businesses to get the cash injection they need once they’re ready to take things to the next level.Well one business owner is willing to share their journey of how they’ve tackled these problems.You might have heard of Twiice, which produces edible coffee cups, and had a big early success when Air New Zealand got on board with their idea.Now they’re courting investors including private equity funds, high net worth individuals, and venture capital firms, as they work to fundraise for a push into the UK and European markets.For the latest podcast I talked to Jamie Cashmore, co-founder and director of Twiice.If you have a question about this podcast, or a question you'd like answered in the next one, come and talk to me about it. I'm on Facebook here, Instagram here, and Twitter here.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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How to win the staff talent war Each week BusinessDesk and the NZ Herald’s Cooking the Books podcast tackles a different money problem. Today, it’s what really matters to employees in 2023. Hosted by Frances Cook.
We hear a lot about the war for good talent right now, and how businesses are struggling to find and keep the best workers.So it’s timely that Mercer has just put out its Global Talent Trends Survey for 2023, which for the first time includes data specifically looking at the New Zealand situation.So what are the biggest problems for New Zealand businesses? The theme seems to be overwork.61% say too many priorities are distracting their people, 47% say there’s a lack of capability and future skills, and 42% say employee exhaustion.What to do about it?Well, the research shows money does talk, and it’s often the best way to get people in the door. But after that, you need good company culture, and to be talking to your people honestly about what they need.For the latest podcast I talked to Mercer New Zealand’s head of workforce solutions, Andrew McKechnie.
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Quick Hit: Why KiwiSaver is such a sweet deal A highlight clip from the August 2022 episode "Your KiwiSaver questions answered, part one", with Dr Claire Matthews, associate professor from Massey Business School.
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Greek Night, Greek Recipes, Greece Trips Mike talks with Greg form Soula's Cuisina this week about some great things coming up at the restaurant. Greg also shares some amazing Greek recipes that are sure to have you saying OPA!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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106. Baking it Down – A Refreshing Rebrand ?A Refreshing RebrandWhen you likely got started in your cookie biz, "this will be something I'm still doin' in 2 years" wasn't probably top of mind. If you're like us, this was a random idea > turned hobby > turned money pit > turned "I need to make money or my SO will have my head" – fast forward to today, it's a business – but it wasn't an intentional business. So likely – again, if you're like us – "branding" wasn't as much the focus as "juggling 17 hats while baking" was ???⛑️. Which lands us two years later with a poorly chosen brand identity and business name. So what do? ? *rebranding enters stage right*Ideally, no business would have to rebrand – but, like in the case of Corrie, there are times when it makes long-term sense for short-term growing pains. Such was Corrie's plight – and here are 4 tips and 4 rebranding snafus we've seen while marketing (and rebranding ourselves). ❤️ Tip 1 – Check What's Available Rule of thumb – don't fall in love with someone that's unavailable. Rule of thumb in branding – don't fall in love with a name that's unavailable. So – before you start planning your billion-dollar baking biz, check what's free – social media handles, domains, etc. Here are two websites I like to use that help with the research:✅ Social Media: https://namechk.com/✅ Domains: https://instantdomainsearch.com/? Snafu 1 – Overcomplicating ItI love the thought and care some y'all put into your brand name – but I don't always love how that reflects your user's experience when typing your name, searching for you, etc. Overcomplicated branding will mean uphill marketing for you. Examples of overcomplication can look like:Brand names that include articles like "a" "an" and "the" Brand names that include misspellings like "Cookiez"Brand names that include punctuation like dashes "Cookie-z Company" Brand names that are too long "The Best Cookies in America Cookie Company" ❤️ Tip 2 – Including Brand + KeywordIn "SEO" best practices, including a brand name (who you are) + keyword (what you're selling) can help you get ahead in search results (Google). This is because you're not keyword stuffing (Cookies Cookies by Cookie Lady Cary – too many keywords in this one), but you're also not too vague (Art for your Plate by Cary – no keyword at all in this one). Examples of brand + keyword can be:Mixing Bowl Cookie Company (Mixing Bowl = brand, Cookie = keyword)Heather's Best Cookies (Heather's Best = brand, Cookies = keyword)Cool Cow Cookies and Cakes (Cool Cow = brand, Cookies and Cakes = keyword)
Episode 240: Self-Publish Your Cookbook Hello, and welcome to another episode of the podcast. If you want to learn how to self-publish your own cookbook this show is for you. Today on the podcast, I share information about my upcoming self-publishing program called Cookbooks on KDP. Cookbooks on KDP is for you if you want to learn how to turn a set of recipes into a self-published cookbook. Also, listen for a special discount code for listeners of Cookbook Love to save $100 off the cost of the program for a limited time.  Things We Mention In This Episode: Self-Publish Your Cookbook with Cookbooks on KDP
Brownie Cupcakes : Rich & Fudgy Cupcakes, Dark Chocolate Buttercream Frosting Fudgy and chewy like brownies yet light enough to be called cupcakes, these are a chocolate WOW. Rich chocolate buttercream frosting completes the indulgence. These are simply amazing.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-cookalong-podcast. Listen and cook along with no ads by becoming a member of The Cookalong Podcast family. Just $5/month for stories, tips, and easy, tasty recipes that are fun to make (and eat) without the advertising. That's only $1.25 per weekly episode! https://plus.acast.com/s/the-cookalong-podcast.

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Korean Corn Cheese : A Cookalong Podcast Quick Bite Toasty, cheesy, sweet corn comfort food. Make it in 5 minutes.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-cookalong-podcast. Listen and cook along with no ads by becoming a member of The Cookalong Podcast family. Just $5/month for stories, tips, and easy, tasty recipes that are fun to make (and eat) without the advertising. That's only $1.25 per weekly episode! https://plus.acast.com/s/the-cookalong-podcast.

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Dr Rupy Cooks This week, Gilly is with Rupy Aujla to talk gut health, flavour and his latest book, Dr Rupy CooksHe’ s a best selling author, a BBC presenter, a podcaster – his podcast The Doctor’s Kitchen is massive, his Instagram following is in 6 figures and somehow he manages to make it to work as a GP. If anyone can change the narrative about why heatlhy eating is so important for the whole of society, it’s Dr Rupy.And of course, it all starts in the gut. For two of the recipes from his four food moments, go to Gilly's Substack for some Extra Bites, and to hear Rupy on the latest episode of the Food Foundation Podcast on 5 years of the Sugar Tax, click here Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Episode 13: The Big 3 Debate The boys debate The Big 3 and why they are The Big 3.

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What's Cooking with A Low Hum/Ian Jorgensen: April 12, 2023 A Low Hum is back on – and we're honored to have event organiser and Wellington-based Photographer, Ian Jorgensen, on the programme selecting some beats and also talking about why A Low Hum is making a come back for the very last time.

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Ep. 83 // Crunchy Applesauce In this episode… Super Mario Bros. 2: Pasta, Jack Black’s Sith origin, Applesauce Dip, Werewolf Wolfs, Skyline Chili 3: Back to Basics and Fresh Mother’s Cookies, The Original Circus Animal Cookies. Your Hosts: @camruinn @ZachSlimp
#94- How Do I Scale This Thing? We asked the Facebook community for some feedback and we wanted some opinions on podcast topics. Today- we talk about scaling your business. It can be daunting and sometimes defeating when you are trying to build up your business, especially with no help, let's dive in there and see if we can't get you all there sooner on this episode of the make more money cooking podcast. Support the show
#95- How Do I Create Experiences That Keep People Coming Back? WE have been taking questions on the Facebook group from our students and on this series we are answering your questions on how to build a better personal or private chef business. On this weeks episode, we are talking about how important it is to build experiences that people want to be a part of and how research and development play a big role in the world of service based businesses. There is an infinite amount of ways that you can create superfans in this space and in this episode, we talk about them and how we think you can gain an advantage over your competitors. Support the show
#96-Why Do Restaurant Chefs Become Private Chefs And Why Do Private Chefs Become Restaurants Chefs? In episode 96 of the Make More Money Cooking Podcast Chef Ryan Francis goes into why some chefs leave restaurants to become private chefs and why some private chefs end up becoming restaurant chefs. There are a lot of reasons why chefs change career paths but one that is become more and more popular is switching to the private sector. Chef Ryan Francis made the switch 8 years ago and is never turning back, he explains how his life changed and how yours can too if you are thinking about going into the private sector of cheffing. Please leave a review for us, we really appreciate it and want to continue to provide value to all of our listeners. Support the show
#97- How Do I Partner With AirBnb or VRBO? In this weeks episode,  Chef Ryan Francis talks about his experience with partnering with Airbnb hosts. There is a huge opportunity in the world today with people that rent out their homes for customers that are visiting their city. Within those confines, there is opportunity for chefs to partner with those hosts to make experiences that they can have inside their home. There is always an opportunity lurking and with the Make More Money Cooking Podcast, we exploit those opportunities to our listeners so they can learn how to monetize their passion for cooking. Support the show
#98- I Want To Start A Supper Club. Is It A Good Idea? In this episode of Make More Money Cooking, Chef Ryan Francis talks about the good and bad of starting a supper club through his experiences trying to start one! Supper Clubs can be a great way to get your name out there but are they a great way for you to sustain your business? Let's talk about it! Support the show
Ep. 37 – Slutty Little Vest The team delves deep in a crypt, searching for the culprits who have made off with a dessicated finger, hoping to suckle its knowledge of magical cooking right out the tip! That probably doesn't make a lot of sense to you if you're not fully caught up in the show, but there's no better time to catch up. This one has a hottie in a slutty little vest!!Join our Patreon at www.patreon.com/bcbpartyA time-loop comedy real-play show featuring an original campaign, based on Pathfinder, where four heroes of varying skills, attractiveness, and stupidity, race against time to prevent a war. Featuring the talents of game master Jenna Stoeber, Justin Green, Caitlin Stayduhar, Andrew Hansen, and Paul Luetkemeyer. Email us at [email protected] or find us on Twitter @BCBparty. Support us on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ep. 38 – Sticky teamwork The team continues to get caught up – in conspiracies, in secret identities, in gold tornados. Will Ten-Face's inherently chaotic nature help or hinder the party? Will Billy Warhead live up to his name? What's with all the sticky teamwork? Plus, enjoy some highly regional local midwest talk!Join our Patreon at www.patreon.com/bcbpartyA time-loop comedy real-play show featuring an original campaign, based on Pathfinder, where four heroes of varying skills, attractiveness, and stupidity, race against time to prevent a war. Featuring the talents of game master Jenna Stoeber, Justin Green, Caitlin Stayduhar, Andrew Hansen, and Paul Luetkemeyer. Email us at [email protected] or find us on Twitter @BCBparty. Support us on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
12 Top Regal Flowers for a Stunning Coronation Display with Gary Newell – Episode 115 The King's coronation will soon be upon us, and given his love of nature, it seems apt to consider the flowers that might best commemorate the occasion.Returning to the podcast with a spectacular selection of plants in regal colours aplenty is our Senior Horticultural Buyer, Gary Newell. Join us for our 12 best Flowers fit for a King's coronation.In this episode, discover:Glamourous golden flowers for instantly shimmering arrangements The perfect plants to most graciously combine the Union Jack's red, white and blueA number of easy mixes from our range to most simply bring together complementary flowersWhy the vigourous Rudbeckia Enchanted series are right at the top of Gary's listGet in touch: [email protected] on the Sarah Raven Website: http://bit.ly/3jvbaeu Follow Sarah: https://bit.ly/3jDTvBpFollow Arthur: https://bit.ly/3jxSKK5
The Resurrection: Past, Present, and Future 1. The resurrection of Jesus is a ____________ of the past.2. The resurrection of Jesus is our ___________ in the present.3. The resurrection of Jesus is our ___________ of the future.
Episode 368: Commander Cookout Podcast, Ep 364 – Jin-Gitaxias Mana Rock Combo Join us for a little Jin in your Gitaxias. That's right, we are discovering every little nook, cranny and combo line with Jin-Gitaxias this week! The first of what will be many fun and exciting March of the Machine decktechs.Huge thank you to our sponsors, Fusion Gaming Online. They’re your source for all of your gaming needs.You can find them here: www.FusionGamingOnline.com. You want a 5% discount off all of your MTG order? Head over to Fusion Gaming Online and use exclusive promo code: CCOSLAM at checkout. Doing so will get you sick value and let everyone at Fusion Gaming know that their relationship with CCOPodcast is a good one. For a limited time, you can also use promo code CCOPERKS to get 10% of your order credited back to your account. Use both codes at checkout while they are both available!This week's Community-inspired decklist: https://archidekt.com/decks/4096440Want your deck or topic featured on Commander Cookout Podcast? Check out the reward tiers at Patreon.com/CCOPodcast. There are a lot of fun and unique benefits to pledging. Like the CCO Discord or getting your deck featured on the show.Ryan’s solo podcast, Commander ad Populum:Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/commander-ad-populum/id1462182009Podomatic: https://cadpopcast.podomatic.com/@CadPopCast on TwitterYou can listen to CCO Podcast anywhere better podcasts are found as well as on CommanderCookout.com.Now, Hit our Theme Song!Social media:https://www.CommanderCookout.comhttps://www.Facebook.com/CCOPodcast @CCOPodcast and @CCOBrando on Twitterhttps://www.Patreon.com/CCOPodcast
Episode 369: Commander Cookout Podcast, Ep 365 – March of the Machine Legendary Creature Review We're kicking off March of the Machines in style. We highlight a new giveaway, new social media platform, new abilities to MTG and all of our favorite March of the Machine legendary creatures. Join us for this jam packed show!Huge thank you to our sponsors, Fusion Gaming Online. They’re your source for all of your gaming needs.You can find them here: www.FusionGamingOnline.com. You want a 5% discount off all of your MTG order? Head over to Fusion Gaming Online and use exclusive promo code: CCOSLAM at checkout. Doing so will get you sick value and let everyone at Fusion Gaming know that their relationship with CCOPodcast is a good one. For a limited time, you can also use promo code CCOPERKS to get 10% of your order credited back to your account. Use both codes at checkout while they are both available!Want your deck or topic featured on Commander Cookout Podcast? Check out the reward tiers at Patreon.com/CCOPodcast. There are a lot of fun and unique benefits to pledging. Like the CCO Discord or getting your deck featured on the show.Buy us a coffee… or beer. Your support goes a long way! https://ko-fi.com/commandercookoutRyan’s solo podcast, Commander ad Populum:Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/commander-ad-populum/id1462182009Podomatic: https://cadpopcast.podomatic.com/@CadPopCast on TwitterYou can listen to CCO Podcast anywhere better podcasts are found as well as on CommanderCookout.com.Now, Hit our Theme Song!Social media:https://www.CommanderCookout.comhttps://www.Instagram.com/CommanderCookouthttps://www.Facebook.com/CCOPodcast @CCOPodcast and @CCOBrando on Twitterhttps://www.Patreon.com/CCOPodcasthttps://ko-fi.com/commandercookout
Could New Ohio Legislation Cost Renters? 04.10.23 Pam Cook is joined by Ohio State Senator Kirk Schuring. With new legislation coming that will charge rental property owners, will renters be charge from that?
Issues in Texas Could Reach Supreme Court 04.10.23 Pam Cook is joined by Gray Television's Jon Decker to talk about what's making national news. Take a listen for details
Canton City Council Receives Crime Activity Update 04.11.23 Pam Cook is joined by Canton Mayor Tom Bernabei. Take a listen for details on everything happening in the city.
Did Joe Biden Just Announce He's Running Again? 04.11.23 Pam Cook is joined by White House Correspondent from Washington. Yesterday was the historic White Hose Easter Egg Roll and President Biden spoke about running for President.
Diabetes: Don't Fear, Understand 04.12.23 Pam Cook is joined by Dr. Stan Anderson with the latest in health and wellness. Take a listen for important information on a medical condition affecting everyone, diabetes.
View From the Village: Can't Miss Spring Events 04.12.23 Pam Cook is joined by John Lytell, Director of Public Affairs with the Hall of Fame village. Spring is here and the place to spend your spring is the village! take a listen to find out what's coming up including USFL games, Wine tasting, Home and Garden show, and more.
Story Behind Video Game Security Leak 04.12.23 Pam Cook is joined by Jon Decker of Gray Television. Take a listen for details on a national security leak that took place on a video game site.
Cooking In The Dark Show 459 Join Dale, Tim, and their special guest Joy Baade as Joy makes some delicious risotto and microwave double chocolate pudding.

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What's Cooking with Paul Ubana Jones: April 5, 2023 Paul Ubana Jones, a musician of many different genres and vibes, joins us in the studio ahead of his gig at Kumeu Live on Saturday April 8.

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Sagra's Mitch Weber This week on Coulee Region Cooks Mike interviews Mitch Weber from Sagra. They discuss what makes Sagra special, from Meatball Mondays to orange wine. 
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Re-release: Carb Loading & Taper Nutrition In this episode, we re-visit an episode from the Fall Race Series back in 2021 & revamp it for spring race season. We cover taper nutrition, how to adjust your nutrition during your taper, carb loading for your race, what NOT to do, and more.
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The 12 Most Gorgeous and Prolific Perennials, Climbers & Shrubs with Rachel Siegfried – Episode 113 One of the greatest treasures that a garden can bring us is the cut flower, and with a fine selection of perennials and woody plants, that treat returns to us year after year.That’s why this week’s podcast guest, the wonderful Rachel Siegfried, shares her penchant for perennials throughout her work, and in her new book – The Cut Flower Sourcebook.Tune into this week’s ‘grow, cook, eat, arrange’ for a fabulous list of the 12 most inspiring perennial plants, and how to structure a showstopping arrangement.In this episode, discover:A brief history behind Rachel’s delightful flower farm, Green & GorgeousThe simple, yet wonderfully effective four-part structure into which she divides arrangementsReliable framework and filler plants like Rosa Glauca and Snowberry upon which to build your displaysFocal flowers, showstoppers and accents to breathe life and add movement, like the always stunning early Peony Buckeye BelleGet in touch: [email protected] on the Sarah Raven Website: http://bit.ly/3jvbaeu Follow Sarah: https://bit.ly/3jDTvBpFollow Arthur: https://bit.ly/3jxSKK5
Chicken Boy: Arthur Parkinson’s Life with Hens – Episode 114 The utterly wonderful, incomparable Arthur Parkinson has been away writing his new book, so it's a delight to have him return to the podcast to tell us all about it! The original ‘co-conspirator’ of ‘grow, cook, eat, arrange’ joins Sarah once more to detail the heartfelt inspiration behind Chicken Boy, how he found the inspiration to form a bond with hens, the dangers to look out for if you’re starting out yourself, and so much more.In this episode, discover:How Arthur’s natural affinity for hens began and grewThe strong connection to Chatsworth, Deborah Devonshire and their poultry fancyingGuiding our thinking around designing plants and gardens with animals in mindWhat to consider around the villains and vermin to keep your hens safeThe sometimes-harsh reality of hen keepingGet in touch: [email protected] on the Sarah Raven Website: http://bit.ly/3jvbaeu Follow Sarah: https://bit.ly/3jDTvBpFollow Arthur: https://bit.ly/3jxSKK5
A Survey of Christian Theology – Lecture #23 – Israel; & Events Preceding the Second Coming Every Christian should have a basic knowledge of the doctrines found in God’s Word. This series of lectures will provide some of the basics of Christian Theology and is intended to help the growing believer advance in his/her knowledge of God and His Word. A complete set of my study notes can be found here: https://thinkingonscripture.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/02/A-Survey-of-Theology-Lecture-Notes-1.pdf
     In the previous lesson, Peter had healed a lame man, and this afforded him the opportunity to preach Jesus’ death, burial, and resurrection to his fellow Israelites. This message had two responses, one negative and one positive. The first response came from those marked by negative” id=”1J9Qmh4WZtu” vid=”1J9Qmh4WZtu” id-for-player=”1J9Qmh4WZtu” link=”/listen/acts-45-12-salvation-is-found-only-in-jesus-1J9Qmh4WZtu/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Acts 4:5-12 – Salvation is Found Only in Jesus Introduction
     In the previous lesson, Peter had healed a lame man, and this afforded him the opportunity to preach Jesus’ death, burial, and resurrection to his fellow Israelites. This message had two responses, one negative and one positive. The first response came from those marked by negative volition. This came from the priests and Sadducees who were “greatly disturbed” because Peter and the other apostles “were teaching the people and proclaiming in Jesus the resurrection from the dead” (Acts 4:2). And their negative attitude was followed by destructive action as “they laid hands on them and put them in jail until the next day” (Acts 4:3). Though the text does not say, it’s possible the man who had been healed was also arrested, for he appears before the Sanhedrin the next day along with the Peter and the apostles (see Acts 4:10). But the second group who heard Peter’s preaching responded positively, and “many of those who had heard the message believed; and the number of the men came to be about five thousand” (Acts 4:4). These two reactions, to varying degrees, are the norm throughout human history, and should be expected by those preach God’s Word.
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     Luke tells us, “On the next day, their rulers and elders and scribes were gathered together in Jerusalem” (Acts 4:5). Here we observe events that took place in time and space, as they occurred “the next day” and “in Jerusalem.” This is real history. The rulers consisted of 24 Sadducees who were the chief priests, and the elders and scribes consisted of the Pharisees. The place where the Sanhedrin convened, according to Josephus, was known as the Hall of the Hewn stones, or Chamber of Hewn stones (Josephus, Antiquities, 4:2). According to Alfred Edersheim, “The highest tribunal was that of seventy-one, or the Great Sanhedrin, which met in one of the Temple-Chambers, the so-called Lishkath haGazith—or Chamber of Hewn Stones.”[1]
     The Sanhedrin was the highest Jewish court in Jerusalem, and Luke provides some of their names, which included “Annas the high priest, and Caiaphas and John and Alexander, and all who were of high-priestly descent” (Acts 4:6). We know from the gospel of John that Annas and Caiaphas were two of the Jewish rulers responsible for the illegal trial and crucifixion of Jesus (John 18:24). Though we know about Annas and Caiaphas, we’re not able to accurately identify “John and Alexander.” It’s possible they were relatives of the high priest, and that’s why their names are mentioned. Annas had served as high priest from A.D. 6 to 15, and his son-in-law, Caiaphas, was made high priest after A.D. 18. However, though Annas was no longer the high priest, apparently he retained great influence (Luke 3:2; John 18:13–24), so much so that Luke continued to refer to him as the high priest. According to Warren Wiersbe, “The court was essentially composed of the high priest’s family. The Jewish religious system had become so corrupt that the offices were passed from one relative to another without regard for the Word of God. When Annas was deposed from the priesthood, Caiaphas his son-in-law was appointed. In fact, five of Annas’ sons held the office at one time or another.”[2] Here we see where the leaders of Israel, including Caiaphas and Annas, were nothing more than religious thugs who wielded their authority as tyrants. Spiritual leaders are to teach others about God, serve as examples of godliness and lead others into God’s will, not control others for selfish interests or act as lords to be served (cf., 1 Pet 5:2-3).
     After Peter and John stood before the Sanhedrin, Luke informs us, “When they had placed them in the center, they began to inquire, ‘By what power, or in what name, have you done this?’” (Acts 4:7). Ideally, the convening of such a meeting would be necessary if someone performed a miracle and then started teaching others, as such teachers were subject to doctrinal examination out of concern the miracle had been performed by a spiritual source other than God and the doctrine would lead people into idolatry (Deut 13:1-5). However, the Sanhedrin had already demonstrated they were not concerned with doctrinal purity or justice, but with maintaining their legal authority.
     Luke informs us, “Then Peter, filled with the Holy Spirit, said to them, ‘Rulers and elders of the people” (Acts 4:8). This is the third reference to the filling of the Holy Spirit in the book of Acts (Acts 2:4; 3:10). And, as usual, the filling of the Holy Spirit is followed by speech that communicates divine viewpoint. Though the baptism of the Holy Spirit is a one-time event that occurs at the moment of salvation, the filling of the Holy Spirit is repeated over and over. While filled with the Holy Spirit, Peter addressed the Sanhedrin, saying, “if we are on trial today for a benefit done to a sick man, as to
A Survey of Christian Theology – Lecture #24 – The Great Tribulation & Second Coming of Christ Every Christian should have a basic knowledge of the doctrines found in God’s Word. This series of lectures will provide some of the basics of Christian Theology and is intended to help the growing believer advance in his/her knowledge of God and His Word. A complete set of my study notes can be found here: https://thinkingonscripture.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/02/A-Survey-of-Theology-Lecture-Notes-1.pdf
A Survey of Christian Theology – Lecture #25 – Resurrections & Judgements of Israel and Gentiles Every Christian should have a basic knowledge of the doctrines found in God’s Word. This series of lectures will provide some of the basics of Christian Theology and is intended to help the growing believer advance in his/her knowledge of God and His Word. A complete set of my study notes can be found here: https://thinkingonscripture.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/02/A-Survey-of-Theology-Lecture-Notes-1.pdf
A Survey of Christian Theology – Lecture #26 – Millennial Kingdom & Judgment of Satan and Demons Every Christian should have a basic knowledge of the doctrines found in God’s Word. This series of lectures will provide some of the basics of Christian Theology and is intended to help the growing believer advance in his/her knowledge of God and His Word. A complete set of my study notes can be found here: https://thinkingonscripture.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/02/A-Survey-of-Theology-Lecture-Notes-1.pdf
     Deuteronomy 32:1-43 presents the Song of Moses and Joshua (Deut 31:30; 32:44), which was communicated to Israel on the plains of Moab just prior to Moses’ death. Though it’s commonly called the Song of Moses, it was communicated by God and might also be called the Song of Yahweh. T” id=”A0ofg8eYdJ4″ vid=”A0ofg8eYdJ4″ id-for-player=”A0ofg8eYdJ4″ link=”/listen/deuteronomy-321-43-the-song-of-moses-A0ofg8eYdJ4/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Deuteronomy 32:1-43 – The Song of Moses Introduction
     Deuteronomy 32:1-43 presents the Song of Moses and Joshua (Deut 31:30; 32:44), which was communicated to Israel on the plains of Moab just prior to Moses’ death. Though it’s commonly called the Song of Moses, it was communicated by God and might also be called the Song of Yahweh. The song recorded in Deuteronomy 32:1-43 is didactic, revealing the rebellious hearts of the Israelites, not just in the moment, but in the years that would follow. As the nation would experience blessing and prosperity in Canaan, they would turn away from the Lord and pursue idols, and God would enter into judgment with them. However, when they cried out for mercy, He would deliver them and judge their enemies instead. The song emphasizes God’s just character, Israel’s duty to serve the Lord, and judgment upon them if they disobeyed. The song represents, in condensed form, what Moses taught through the years he’d been with his people. Daniel Block notes the “song serves as a sort of national anthem, intended to function as a ‘witness’ in perpetuity (Deut 31:21) by reminding the people that they owed their existence to Yahweh and warning against abandoning Him in favor of other gods. Moses had personally performed these functions for the past forty years, but once he is gone, the Song must take over and keep the people on spiritual course.”[1] According to Warren Wiersbe, “The song has four major divisions: the character of God (Deut 32:1–4); the kindness of God to His people (Deut 32:5–14); the faithfulness of God to chasten His people (Deut 32:15–25); and the vengeance of God against His adversaries (Deut 32:26–43).[2]
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     Moses opens his song, saying, “Give ear, O heavens, and let me speak; and let the earth hear the words of my mouth” (Deut 32:1). The heavens is likely a reference to the angelic host; those spirit beings who operate in the presence of God and in an unseen realm. The earth would be the realm of mankind. Together, they would serve as a witness to God’s character (cf., Deut 4:26; 30:19; Isa 1:2; Jer 6:19; Mic 1:2), Israel’s obligations, and the judgments that would follow if the nation turned away from the Lord. The song served as a reminder of the legal contract Israel had with Yahweh. Throughout, God is seen as righteous and just, whereas Israel is seen as being in violation of God’s laws.
     Using picturesque language, Moses said, “Let my teaching drop as the rain, My speech distill as the dew, as the droplets on the fresh grass and as the showers on the herb” (Deut 32:2). The similes of rain, dew, droplets and showers, speak of the refreshing qualities of Moses’ teaching that would invigorate them if their hearts were open to it. Pointing the Israelites to God, he declared, “For I proclaim the name of the LORD; ascribe greatness to our God! 4 The Rock! His work is perfect, for all His ways are just; a God of faithfulness and without injustice, righteous and upright is He” (Deut 32:3-4). The “name of the LORD” ( שֵׁ֥ם יְהוָ֖ה shem Yahweh) refers to His character and reputation. Whereas the gods of the pagan nations were fickle and impotent, God was stable, perfect, and just in all His ways, which meant He was predictable and could be relied upon. Those who cling to Him will find stability in an unstable world.
     Describing Israel, Moses said, “They have acted corruptly toward Him, they are not His children, because of their defect; but are a perverse and crooked generation. 6 Do you thus repay the LORD, O foolish and unwise people? Is not He your Father who has bought you? He has made you and established you” (Deut 32:5-6). In contrast to God, Israel would act in a corrupt and perverse manner. Such behavior would be foolish, considering it was God who purchased their freedom from slavery in Egypt and established them as His people. According to Eugene Merrill, “Yahweh’s charges against Israel were that they had become so disobedient that they no longer acted like his children but, to the contrary, had repudiated him as their Father and Creator.”[3]
     Moses gave the people the key to avoiding foolishness and future judgment by the Lord. Moses said, “Remember the days of old, consider the years of all generations. Ask your father, and he will inform you, your elders, and they will tell you” (Deut 32:7). As in previous comments by Moses, Israelites were directed by God to remember their heritage and that they were once an oppressed people. The word remember translates the Hebrew verb זָכַר zakar, which means to call to mind, and implies intentionality. God’s people were commanded to remember their past servitude in Egypt, and that memory was to have a positive influence on of their behavior (Deut 5:15; 15:15; 16:3; 24:22). Israel’s special relationship with Yahweh was a part of His master
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