Episode 34: Some f’ckn idiot named Wigglesworth (aka How the U.S. F’d Hawaii Part II)

Episode 34: Some f’ckn idiot named Wigglesworth (aka How the U.S. F’d Hawaii Part II)

Welcome to Episode 34: Some f’ckn idiot named Wigglesworth (aka How the U.S. F’d Hawaii Part II). In this episode we continue our discussion on Hawaii, but switch our focus to the Dole fruit company and pineapples.

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The featured cocktail this episode is the Blue Hawaiian (aka the Swimming Pool).

Music by Andrew Huang.

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Episode 33: I hate everything about this (aka how the U.S. F’d Hawaii Part I)

Episode 33: I hate everything about this (aka how the U.S. F’d Hawaii Part I)

Welcome to episode 33: I hate everything about this Part I (aka How the U.S. F’d Hawaii).

In this episode we begin our discussion with the rise of the sugar cane industry in Hawaii and their political structure at the time. Join us next week for Part II where we discuss the pineapple industry.

The featured drink for this episode is the delicious tiki classic, the Blue Hawaii (not to be confused with the Blue Hawaiian).

Music by Andrew Huang.

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Episode 32: Kill your idols with Season of the B (aka celebrating Julia Child)

Episode 32: Kill your idols with Season of the B (aka celebrating Julia Child)

Welcome to episode 32: Kill your idols with Season of the B (aka celebrating Julia Child). This episode we are joined by a few members of the Season of the Bitch podcast, the best feminist socialist podcast on the internet. We discuss the life of Julia Child in honor of her 108th birthday and get a brief reading of her birth chart.

The featured drink for this episode is the Upside-Down Martini.

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Music by Andrew Huang.

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Recipe: Upside-Down Martini

Recipe: Upside-Down Martini

The Upside-Down Martini is featured in Episode 32: Kill your idols (aka Julia Child). It was a favorite of Julia’s, and some say she even invented it. I know one thing, this really turned me on to Dry Vermouth and I’ve been drinking Upside-Down Martinis and Vermouth spritzers ever since. 😉

And for the love of God people, PUT YOUR VERMOUTH IN THE REFRIGERATOR.

Recipe

5-parts dry vermouth (Julia liked Noilly Prat, but I used Dolan)

1-part gin (I used Plymouth)

ice

lemon twist

Ingredients

In a white wine glass filled with ice (or not, your call) stir together the gin and vermouth. Garnish with a twist of lemon and toast to something fancy.

Episode 31: The Mark Zuckerberg of Catholicism (aka Saint Anthony of Padua)

Episode 31: The Mark Zuckerberg of Catholicism (aka Saint Anthony of Padua)

Welcome to episode 31 The Mark Zuckerberg of Catholicism (aka St. Anthony of Padua)! Aimee does the wrong homework and tells us about the wrong Saint! It’s OK though because this Saint performed really lame “miracles”. Melissa tells us about a popular “Catholic” cocktail, and also gets real upset about some lemmings.

Stay after the credits for a bonus clip! 😉

The featured drink for episode 31 is the Bronx Cocktail.

Music by Andrew Huang.

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Episode 30: Too dumb to vote (aka Washington Cake)

Episode 30: Too dumb to vote (aka Washington Cake)

Welcome to episode 30 “Too dumb to vote (aka Washington Cake)”! In this episode Aimee tells us about the first constitutional convention, our first president, and washing cake. Melissa gets very drunk and Kate is all about cookouts.

Yes, Melissa confuses James Gandolfini and Paul Giamatti. Yes, she feels bad about it.
The featured cocktail for this episode is Martha Washington’s Punch.

Music by Andrew Huang.

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Episode 17: Colonizers and Cranberry Sauce

Episode 17: Colonizers and Cranberry Sauce

Recap

Melissa mixed up the crowd-pleasing Barnstormer’s Cider while Aimee dropped some knoweldge about the true and horrific history of Thanksgiving that traces follows the American holiday from genocide to propaganda. Listen to this episode while enjoying your Thanksgiving meals to ensure arguments and hurt feelings.

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Sources

Business Insider
History of Massachusetts
Time Magazine
Smithsonian
Manatanka
NY Times
Wampanoag Tribe

Episode 15: M-m-m-my Llorona

Episode 15: M-m-m-my Llorona

Recap

In episode 15 we discussed all things Halloween! We at Drunk Dish all agree that Halloween is the best time of year, so to honor it we discuss its pagan roots, modern day celebrations, and the food that the holiday has inspired over the years. Melissa commits to trying “soul cakes.” We learn how bobbing for apples started as a match-making game, and we enjoyed the “La Llorona” cocktails that Melissa mixed up for us. We share ghost stories and, Aimee brands the skeptic of the group – Melissa – as a “Scully.” Listen below or on your preferred podcasting platform.

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PBS
The History Kitchen
History Channel

Episode 13: The Great Peanut Butter Debate

Episode 13: The Great Peanut Butter Debate

In our latest episode, Aimee losses her goddamn mind trying to talk about the indigenous history of peanut butter, Melissa makes up her own cocktail called Peanut Butter Jelly Time, and Kate is back with so many questions. While answering important questions like “Who actually invented peanut butter?” Aimee brings the other dishes down a long and winding path towards the answer, covering peanut farming, slavery, and imperialism. Melissa also reveals one of her deepest peanut butter-fueled desires, and Kate grows very protective over Lord of the Rings lore. The dishes also come to an impasse when they can’t agree on which peanut butter brand reigns supreme.

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HuffPost & Huff Post Again
Biography
University of Texas – Health
National Peanut Butter Board

Episode 11: Leave the Gun, Take the Cannoli

Episode 11: Leave the Gun, Take the Cannoli

In Episode 11 Melissa and Aimee discuss Boston cuisine. Because Boston is so big, and Aimee is so lazy, they mostly stick to Boston’s historic North End. Roast beef, fried clams, and cannoli, OH MY! Melissa mixed up a cocktail called Ward 8 and Aimee dug into the rich immigrant history of Boston’s North End. The two once again come to the conclusion that American food would be nothing without immigrant contributions, and Aimee resists Hamilton references without Kate to exchange knowing glances with her.

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Sources

Eater
Woodman’s of Essex
Wall Street Journal

Kelly’s Roast Beef
Resteraunt-ing through history