Originally published on Wed October 24, 2012 12:03 pm
The practice of imparting the flavor of something heavy into a lighter liquid is centuries old. Ancient Indian healers did it with botanicals; early Christian monks did it with bitters. But the process is getting new attention as part of the craze to put all things food into all things drink.
<a href="http://www.baratunde.com/">Baratunde Thurston</a> is an American comedian and the digital director of <em>The Onion</em>. He co-founded the black political blog <a href="http://www.jackandjillpolitics.com/">Jack & Jill Politics</a>. He is also a prolific <a href="https://twitter.com/#!/baratunde">tweeter</a>.
Kellie Martin and Ethan Erickson in <em>I Married Who?</em>
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Adrian Pasdar and Amy Huberman in <em>Chasing Leprechauns</em>.
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Wisecracking Friend, Rough-Edged Dude, Helping Moppet, Straitlaced Lady, Wisecracking Friend in <em>A Taste Of Romance</em>. (Technically Rockmond Dunbar, James Patrick Stuart, Bailee Madison, Teri Polo and Romy Rosemont.
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Bradley Snedeker is the actual name of this actor in <em>I Married Who? </em>He plays Kellie Martin's fiance. He is getting The Pullman, and you can tell from this photo. (See how he's on his phone all the time?)
This week, we're visited by the marvelous Barrie Hardymon for a show about the nature of suspense — brought on by Stephen's and my enthusiasm for the new Ben Affleck film Argo -- and about cover songs. We play a lot of music, including covers we love and the raw materials to put together covers that don't exist except in our dreams.