Thursday, July 27, 2006

Remarkably Mark #13

Remarkably Mark #13: Bang Bang!

Eddie Bang Bang from The Family Jewels Podcast Joins me on skype and we chat about Kathy Griffin on The View, massage therapy, Podcasting, growing your own vegetables (my what a large cucumber you have, Eddie!), and other stuff, including canning your own sauce!

Condolences and Best Wishes to Mike Hipp of Podcastsoup, whose father passed away today. "Come Home", by Katy Stephan, dedicated to John Allen Hipp.

The Family Jewels

Theme Music: "Viva Remarkably Mark!" by John Ong.

Voice Mail line: 1-646-797-3196
skype: remarkablepalate

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At 4:51 PM, Anonymous Brian said...

Hey, Mark,

I just got around to listening to shows 11 and 12 ... enjoyable, as always, though I was a little hurt on the Stiva birthday show that there was no shout-out to the source of the hilarious barking dog birthday soundfile! :(

I'm a huge fan of Project Runway as well, and was really surprised when Malan got booted--both because he was entertaining and talented, and because that annoying woman who was partnered with Vincent was just so worthless!

But I gotta agree with you about the cute boys on there ... Robert Best is the best, imho ... Here's a neat little interview with him from Out magazine online:

Finally, a pat on the head to Stiva...

Washington, DC

At 5:23 PM, Blogger ReMARKable Palate said...

I'm SOOOO sorry, Brian. I knew I forgot something. I'm such an eejit! My apologies

At 7:41 PM, Anonymous Brian said...

Oh, Mark,

I hope you know I was just kidding--except for the pat on the head for Stiva! :)

Oh, on Project Runway, Keith is pretty cute too ... And I love Tim Gunn ... Maybe you'll run into him when you're out near Parsons!

Washington, DC

At 9:54 PM, Blogger ReMARKable Palate said...

I know, Brian. Thanks again for the great song.

Isn't Tim Gunn cute? I've been having inappropriate thoughts about him. I've never been one to be attracted to men much older than me, but he's a sweetie.

Carry on!

At 6:52 PM, Blogger Adam said...

Wow! This is fast becoming a favorite podcast. I absolutely loved this episode and the conversation that you both had. Coming from a 100% Italian heritage and growing up in NY till I was 11, surrounded by all of my family you can imagine that food played a huge role in the micro culture of my family. You have inspired me to do my next podcast on this very topic. Terrific show and I can't wait to hear more from you in the future.

At 7:35 PM, Blogger ReMARKable Palate said...

Thanks, Adam, I appreciate it. If you like food talk, i think you'll love my original podcast the ReMARKable Palate Podcast. I'm preppeing my show #50 for next week, feel free to send a shout out, I"ll be playing all shoult outs I receive!

At 7:24 AM, Anonymous Michael Sage said...


Another great show!

Hi Stiva!

At 7:38 AM, Anonymous Michael Sage said...

damn I forgot to ask.... is that the bubbling of a fish tank that I hear in the background?

Very soothing.


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