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The only podcast about Bloody Marys, the world's premier brunch beverage. Tune in for best practices, recipe tests, history, interviews, and much more. There is cussing. Visit us at Patreon.com/TomatoPickup to get advance notice on recipes and ingredients so you can play along at home.
 
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Round three in Patrick and Andrea's festive tournament features a holiday visit to the small towns of St. Martinville, Snow Falls, Idyllwild and Nelson Creek: Christmas on the Bayou (2013, Lifetime) The Christmas Inheritance (2017, Netflix) Naughty & Nice (2014, Hallmark) The Christmas Calendar (2017, Hallmark) Our theme music: Christmas Rap by Kev…
 
Round two in Patrick and Andrea's festive tournament to pick a winner among 16 straight-to-TV holiday romance movies. The theme this time: time travel: 12 Dates of Christmas (2011, ABC Family) The Spirit of Christmas (2015, Lifetime) Correcting Christmas (2014, ION/MarVista) The Knight Before Christmas (2019, Netflix) Strongly recommended: Kevin St…
 
Patrick and Andrea are pitting 16 holiday romance films against each other in a festive tournament to determine which straight-to-TV release reigns supreme. First up, four films about royalty: "A Christmas Prince," "The Princess Switch," "Christmas With A Prince" and "A Christmas in Royal Fashion." Our theme music: Christmas Rap by Kevin MacLeod Li…
 
With help from our listeners, and with questionable success, we try to answer the most bedeviling question in country music: What makes an artist real country? Artists discussed in this episode include: Kenny Chesney, Dolly Parton, Keith Urban, Eric Church, Hank Williams, plus a brief reference — "mamas, trains, trucks and prison" — to David Allan …
 
[content note: there is non-specific discussion of gendered violence at the beginning of this show, it starts 52 seconds in and stops at about 2:40] Join host Andrea Grimes for a quick primer on aeration as she takes a listener question on livening up lackluster Bloody bases, taking on a popular grocery-shelf mix and a canned catastrophe from Cutwa…
 
Andrea and Patrick discuss a recent Dwight Yoakam show and Don McLeese's biography, "A Thousand Miles from Nowhere," on the way to discussing Dwight's signature brand of weirdness; his country sexpot persona; and why you had better run if you see him hatless (at least if you are Jodie Foster).By Patrick Michels and Andrea Grimes
 
Listen to the first-ever episode of Tomato Pickup, the only podcast about the best drink on earth: the Bloody Mary! On the show: host Andrea Grimes takes you through an abbreviated history of the Bloody Mary and tests two recipes, including a popular supermarket-shelf Bloody Mary mix that is widely beloved and absolutely awful (but can be improved …
 
On this, the final episode of Traitor Radio, we're talking disability and the 'r' word with Schuyler and Robert Rummel-Hudson, the father-daughter pair behind Fighting Monsters with Rubber Swords, a brilliant blog and writing project dedicated to disability advocacy. Rummel-Hudson's book, Schuyler's Monster, is a must-read. Schuyler, who'll graduat…
 
Hurricane victims still need your help. On this episode, we'll talk with a poet who lost her home to Harvey, and introduce you to groups in Houston, the Caribbean and Puerto Rico who need your time, your resources, and, if you can -- your physical help. RESOURCES: Caribbean hurricane relief: Community Resource Initiative Puerto Rico hurricane relie…
 
This week, we're un-fucking sports fandom with journalist and baseball lover Stacey May Fowles, purveyor of the excellent Baseball Life Advice newsletter and eponymous memoir. Fowles, a Blue Jays obsessive, recalls the story of her first formative experience with baseball fandom -- how it was marred by one dude's decision to be a huge creep, and ho…
 
Another mass shooting and mass murder in the United States: What comes next? More "thoughts and prayers" from politicians who thrive on contributions from the gun lobby? Here's a script -- including a recorded call with host Andrea Grimes and her congressman's office -- on what to ask your elected officials, plus an organizing action item to bring …
 
Shakesville's Melissa McEwan joins the show to talk about fat hatred and fat shaming, and her own journey to loving and accepting her fat body -- and allowing herself to feel the breeze. For the homework section, we're talking to fat and not-fat folks alike. Melissa talks about how to shut down diet talk and body negativity, offers some essential r…
 
Abortion stigma is real, y’all! It can be scary, intimidating and anxiety-inducing to talk positively about abortion -- which is why Traitor Radio host Andrea Grimes launched the Taco or Beer Challenge, a month-long fundraising movement to support abortion access. It's the most delicious homework assignment we've given you on the show so far. Our s…
 
Listen to one Texas woman’s story about living with incurable cancer -- living with it, thanks to the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. Her name is Nicole Stewart Cortez, and she's just one of millions of people who rely on the ACA, which is still under attack, even as the GOP fails again and again to pass a "Trumpcare" replacement that…
 
After a years-long battle wherein Methodist church officials publicly interrogated M Barclay's private life, including their gender identity and sexuality, M Barclay is now Reverend M Barclay, the first openly non-binary queer and trans person to be commissioned as a deacon in the United Methodist Church. Today, M is able to provide a visible and e…
 
Increased visibility has become a double-edged sword for transgender, intersex and non-binary Americans, who are increasingly targeted by religious conservatives and Republican lawmakers. You've probably heard of "bathroom bills" like HB 2 in North Carolina, which force people to use public restrooms according to the gender they were assigned at bi…
 
Most of Nashville is treading lightly around politics in the Trump era, but it wasn't always this way. We discuss how country first embraced the GOP, riffing on J. Lester Feder's work on Nixon and Nashville. Then we consider political messaging from Brad Paisley and the Brothers Osborne. Also: "celebrity cornhole challenge."…
 
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