Eat It Up: Episode 47 – Buffalo Eats Podcast

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I am super excited to share with you guys, my first ever podcast appearance for Tasty Yummies! I recently sat down with Donnie Burtless of Buffalo Eats for an episode of Eat it Up. We chatted for a bit about how I came to find I had a gluten intolerance and how I came to eating the way I do know, why I started Tasty Yummies, we laugh about me missing weird foods like chicken fingers and lots more. Plus, my hubby, Mark, was on the couch in the recording studio, too and you’ll occasionally hear him give his opinions on fast food (aka prostitutes), changing his diet and food guilt. He was in rare form that night, all fired up about food and eating, it was pretty amazing! {Fair warning, there is a tad bit of swearing in this episode, nothing crazy, just a couple of excited “Sh*ts” and “Fu@ks” – food and eating is some fun stuff, guys!} Really though, I had a ton of fun doing this podcast and loved that Mark was there to lighten the mood for me, since I can sometimes get nervous when being recorded.

I hope you can take a minute to take a listen to this episode (see the player below) and be sure to check out some of the other episodes of the show.

Eat It Up: Episode 47 – Beth Manos Brickey (Tasty Yummies)

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8 Responses

  1. This podcast is amazing. I love hearing about other people’s gluten free journeys. Thanks for sharing Beth. It’s great to actually hear your voice, haha!

    p.s. I obsess over other people’s carts too { I seriously can’t help myself}.

    • tastyyummies says:

      Thanks so much for listening Sherrie! I am so glad you enjoyed. I seriously could chat about all of this for hours on end. I hope I didn’t blabber on too long 🙂
      Glad to know I am not the only one snooping on other’s people’s grocery carts, too 😉

  2. Jen says:

    Enjoyed every minute. May even giggle to myself when I drive past fast food locations now!

  3. Kelly says:

    Thanks for sharing this! I was listening to this while making my kids Christmas presents and my husband came into the room for a bit, and we can totally relate to you both! I have slowly been taking food out of our diet, and love your recipes, but it does sometimes take some convincing to get my husband to want to eat it. Thank you for taking the time and work to blog:)

    • tastyyummies says:

      Kelly, thanks so much! I am so glad you both enjoyed it. Yeh sometimes it can be a hard sell with my hubby, but I know we are both better in the long run for it. And ultimately, when he is away from me, it makes his time with “prostitutes” (haha) even better. 😉
      Thanks again so much for your nice words and for reading (listening).

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