7 episodes

Your hosts Penny and Lee are These People Podcast, each week will have also have a guest host to keep things fresh.

Each week we chew the fat, discuss trending topics and generally go down the rabbit hole.
No scripts, No agenda, we just go with the flow and see where the conversation takes us. We will also have guests and interviews and other general amusement for your ears.

These People Podcast Lee Bennett

    • Comedy
    • 5.0, 10 Ratings

Your hosts Penny and Lee are These People Podcast, each week will have also have a guest host to keep things fresh.

Each week we chew the fat, discuss trending topics and generally go down the rabbit hole.
No scripts, No agenda, we just go with the flow and see where the conversation takes us. We will also have guests and interviews and other general amusement for your ears.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

ThemeParkFilmsPodcast ,

Fun

Penny & Lee are genuienly funny to listen to in this lighthearted chat style podcast.

Whether it is just them or if they're joined by guests you are sure to smile along.

Great, easy listen for commutes.

Dom in Macc ,

As Jimmy Cricket used to say, Now then now then

Too many podcasts these days have an agenda or are adverts with the occasional bit of talking in between - that definitely isn't the case with These People Podcast.

Penny, Lee and the various guests just have a chat and laugh, unscripted and not stymied by self imposed constraints and I think you will really enjoy it.

The answerphone messages, or 'Abuse Gatford' section as I like to call it, often throw up some real laugh out loud moments - especially when strawberry blonde Rob or the tall good looking Dom ring in!

All in all you should give it a listen and then get involved by leaving messages - it's very addictive!

My name? Yes it's J R Hartl... No, it's Dom. Subscribe

Davian Dent ,

I like this because it is good...

...unfortunately I'm not great at writing reviews so instead I would like to tell you about how to peel a boiled egg.

Peeling eggs is always the tricky step, isn't it? Far too often, the shell crumbles in a million pieces and the whites cling tenaciously, giving us a stubbled, unsightly egg.

If your aim is beautiful, pristine hard-boiled eggs for deviled eggs or a similar dish, the only sure-fire trick we know is to use old eggs. As eggs age, they gradually lose moisture through the pores in their shell and the air pocket at the tip expands. The pH of the whites also changes, going from a low pH to a relatively high pH, which makes them adhere less strongly to the shell. Farm-fresh eggs will always be tricky to age. Ideally, buy your eggs a week or two before you plan to boil them and let them age in the fridge.

I have also found that cracking the eggs just after boiling and then submerging them in ice water also helps make them easier to peel. It's not always a guarantee, especially if your eggs are still fairly fresh, but it helps. Of course, if you're planning to dye your eggs for Easter, skip the cracking step!

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