Our conversation with Stump Kitchen was one of those chats where we lose track of time. Guest Alexis and the hosts were sad to see the time was up. That just means we’ll have to have Alexis back or convince her to watch a bad movie for Film Frown. This episode revolves around producing the cooking show, dealing with mental health, eating a pre-dinner when you’re making risotto, sweat pant shopping and stump squeezing.
Five years of discussing what Montreal Sauce actually is? The steak sauce still remains a mystery, but we do have an inspiring chat with Alexis from Stump Kitchen. Our multitalented friend shares her story with us and her compassion with everyone around her. Have a listen to learn more about pronouncing Worcester sauce, STUMP CAM, challenging your palette and flammable soda pop. How do you pronounce tamari?
Over-joyed that we had the opportunity to not only speak to Alexis, but meet her as well. Alexis’ spirit and conviction is contagious as it radiates from her. Take 3 minutes to watch one of her episodes on Youtube or Stump Kitchen and you’ll see it yourself. Find Stump Kitchen on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and feel free to support Alexis to keep making fabulous shows by contributing to her Patreon. You can also find us on all those sites as well. Drop us a line any time! Thanks for listening!
Lots of wonderful things have happened since our chat with German Villages. The Modern Manhood podcast has joined GRadio.ca and the Alberta Podcast Network. German is an incredible human and his show is inspiring and absolutely needed in today’s world. Don’t hesitate to reach out to him, he’s just that kind of person. And, please remember to take care of yourselves.
Here we have another of our patented, massive introductions of our guest German Villages, but did Chris get the research right? Oops. German hosts the amazing Modern Manhood Podcast, a show that examines male mental health and masculinity. He also has a show with some friends about hockey, Your Team Sucks. The discussion in this episode covers being vulnerable males, fronting about your Red Sox fandom, finding your tribe, challenging stereotypes and the subversion in satire.
A book not recommended by any voice on the podcast, The Game.
German says Mark Manson’s book Models changed his life.
That’s just part one of our conversation with the empathetic and intelligent host of The Modern Manhood Podcast, German Villegas. As you wait for part two, check out his podcast with the link above or head over to German’s Patreon page and help out. It’s a great show with conversations we need at the moment. You can also find German on Twitter and Instagram.
The Quiz surfaces once again in our second half of the conversation with writer, artist, filmmaker, podcaster & cat owner Daniel J. Hogan. We get reading recommendations, a podcast playlist, irritated eyeballs and a brief history on Who’s The Boss?