That Sounds Fun Podcast January 2018 Rhythms: Good Food + Simoni Kigweba

on January 19, 2018 in Uncategorized with no comments by

To continue in our theme of small important rhythms we can add to our lives, chef to the Nashville stars, Simoni Kigweba, came on the show to talk about food. Not dieting. Not shoulds and should nots. But what would it look like for us to just eat better food? To have a knife and a pan and a pot and know what we are eating? Simoni is a dear friend and probably my favorite chef in this town- and how he ended up cooking in Nashville was a story I had never heard and it moved me to tears.

Once you hear the episode, I’d love to know more about your island. 🙂

Simoni Kigweba

Simoni’s BEST chicken (and some other awesome recipes)

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Greenhouse Grille (Fayetteville, AR)

The French Laundry (Yountville, CA)

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Ben Rector

George Fox University | Christian College in Oregon

Burger Up (Nashville, TN)

Miranda Whitcomb Pontes

Josephine (Nashville, TN)

Chef’s Knife

Wooden Cutting Board

Dutch Oven

8in. Stainless Steel Pan

Buffalo Chicken Stuffed Sweet Potatoes (Against All Grain)

5-Blade Spiralizer

Martin’s BBQ (Nashville, TN)

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Pea Agnolotti

The Catbird Seat (Nashville, TN)

City House (Nashville, TN)

Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream

Farmstead (Long Meadow Ranch’s Instagram!)

Temper Grille (Granger, IN)

Aspens Signature Steak Restaurant (Marietta, GA)

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That Sounds Fun Podcast January 2018 Rhythms: Sabbath + John Mark Comer

on January 12, 2018 in That Sounds Fun Podcast with 4 comments by

Another important rhythm I want to get my mind around even better in 2018 is the discipline of Sabbath and rest. And in my collection of friends, no one is more of a scholar and expert than John Mark Comer. His book Garden City really started me on a journey towards Sabbath. On this episode, John Mark answers some of your questions about Sabbath and seriously brings the heat and the wisdom about adding this rhythm to our lives.

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That Sounds Fun Podcast January 2018 Rhythms: Journaling + Nichole Nordeman

on January 5, 2018 in That Sounds Fun Podcast with 1 comment by

We’re gonna spend a few weeks going through some new rhythms for 2018… things that I want to solidify in my life and things y’all are asking about when it comes up in podcast convos.

First up, my friend Nichole Nordeman is on the show talking about her new book Slow Down and the power of recording God’s faithfulness through journaling. (Y’all KNOW I’m a journaler, so duh we’re starting here.) Check our her book and her music and fall in love with one of the best writers I know.

Nichole Nordeman

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Every Mile Mattered

Slow Down

Dave Barnes Music

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