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Ashley and Brad bring upbeat fun and laughs, and the best in pop culture to you every week day. The show features funny bits, trivia, and popular guest interviews, along with humorous conversation, and the latest in entertainment and music news.

Ashley and Brad both have children. Ashley has two girls, and Brad is married and has two boys. Both are pet lovers, and own dogs. Together Ashley & Brad deliver laughs and entertainment, while sharing their life with you!

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Ashley and Brad bring upbeat fun and laughs, and the best in pop culture to you every week day. The show features funny bits, trivia, and popular guest interviews, along with humorous conversation, and the latest in entertainment and music news.

Ashley and Brad both have children. Ashley has two girls, and Brad is married and has two boys. Both are pet lovers, and own dogs. Together Ashley & Brad deliver laughs and entertainment, while sharing their life with you!

    Ashley and Brad Show - ABS 2022-12-2

    Ashley and Brad Show - ABS 2022-12-2

    news
    birthdays/events
    sounds your kids have probably never heard before
    what holiday songs are the most popular?
    news
    do you tip more during the holidays?
    great gift ideas (maybe for a secret santa)
    game: geneva reads song lyrics to ashley
    news
    how average is your sofa
    you should make your 'resolutions' NOW
    game: almost 5 year old trivia
    news
    maybe you can get some great gifts by dumpster diving!
    did your parents ever 'turn this car around' when you were on vacation as a kid?
    goodbye/fun facts....National Fritters Day The first historical record of the fritter dates back to 1665...However, it is believed that fritters were first consumed by the ancient Romans, who later introduced them to Europe.  They are easy to cook, and they exist in different forms in cuisines all across the world. They can be sweet or savory. They can be an appetizer, dessert, or entrée. the french call them beignets, in greece the're called loukoumades, in japan; tempura, India; pakura and the U.S. fritters...Another specialty is the flower fritter, which is basically deep-fried edible flowers like acacia, elderflower, and squash blossoms.

    • 46 min
    Ashley and Brad Show - ABS 2022-12-1

    Ashley and Brad Show - ABS 2022-12-1

    news
    birthdays/events
    how long do you spend preparing for the holidays?
    how to keep your heart strong
    news
    cities/states with the most annoying co-workers
    how kind are americans?
    game: movie password
    news
    would you take a remote job if you actually had to work and not goof off?
    how to be truly thankful during the holidays
    game: password
    news
    worst food trends of 2022
    biggest energy suckers in your house
    goodbye/fun facts....On Peppermint Bark Day, we celebrate the seasonal treat we cannot wait to get our hands on!  In 1998, Williams Sonoma debuted The Original Peppermint Bark, which is now often copied.  It took Williams Sonoma more than 20 rounds of testing before they landed on the perfect recipe for their Peppermint Bark....we love our bark!  33% of eat it as is...23% of us melt in our hot chocolate...and 9% hide it from our family and eat it secret so we don't have to share it!

    • 47 min
    Ashley and Brad Show - ABS 2022-11-30

    Ashley and Brad Show - ABS 2022-11-30

    news
    birthdays/events
    what are you NOT going to do this holiday season?
    do you 'wash/clean' your christmas tree?
    news
    game: scattergories
    what non-physical gift do you wish you could give someone?
    what's one of the geekiest things about you?
    news
    game: who wants to be a fake millionaire
    would you avoid a holiday party because you didn't know what to wear?
    do you pick up after yourself when you're at an event/concert/movie etc?
    news
    if you skipped out on work...where would you go?
    how to free up space on your phone so you don't have to buy a new one
    goodbye/fun facts....national mason jar day.  Mason jars have been popular for decades. They were originally invented with a patented screw top that allowed people to safely can and pickle fruits and vegetables grown in the garden. Today, we also use them for drinking glasses, vases, and even candle holders!  Preserving food in sealed containers became popular but the wax-sealed method was complicated and often ineffective. so in 1858 John Landis Mason invented and patented the glass jar to make canning foods safer to eat.

    • 48 min
    Ashley and Brad Show - ABS 2022-11-29

    Ashley and Brad Show - ABS 2022-11-29

    news
    birthdays/events
    greatest tv theme songs (continued from news)
    how long do you leave your lights up?
    news
    would you trade a relaxing vacation for the stress of the holidays?
    game: guess that mystery voice
    how to ramp down your seasonal anxiety
    news
    would you be ok if you got paid in gift cards?
    game: 5 second rule
    how to mess with people during the holidays (funny not mean)
    news
    are you more or less competitive when playing board games with family during the holidays?
    would you notice if someone made simple dietary swaps for the holiday food?
    goodbye/fun facts....Electronic Greetings Day is on November 29, and we celebrate by sending e-cards to every person on our contact list that we haven’t chatted with in a while.  While the telegraph, invented in the late 19th century, marked the beginning of innovation in communications technology, it was when the internet arrived a century later that social media became possible. Judith Donath created the first electronic greeting card site in 1994 at the MIT Media Lab. It was called the Electric Postcard...so send a message of happy holidays to those on your e-list!

    • 48 min
    Ashley and Brad Show - ABS 2022-11-28

    Ashley and Brad Show - ABS 2022-11-28

    news
    birthdays/events
    cyber monday...have you ordered more online over the last few years?
    game: general trivia
    news
    holiday decoration injuries
    most searched slang words 2022 according to quillbot
    game: speak out
    news
    ok to ask for super specific item for kids for the holidays?
    game: quiz
    game: feud
    news
    when the customer isn't always right
    thanksgiving was going great until______
    goodbye/fun facts.... National French Toast Day.  You know — that thick, sweet, savory dish that’s become a staple of the American breakfast.  The base consists of eggs and milk whisked together. Bread is dipped into the mixture and fried until golden. Many people also add some sugar, vanilla, and cinnamon to the base.  The French do not call this French toast. It’s called “pain perdu,” or “lost bread,” because you can literally use stale bread to make it.  Food historians believe the term “French” does not even mean France;  instead, it refers to the verb “to French” which means “to slice” in Old Irish. So, “French toast” is actually “sliced toast.”  Irish settlers traveling to the U.S. and Canada may have brought the term with them.  however, if you travel toHong Kong...it's called "Western toast" 

    • 41 min
    Ashley and Brad Show - ABS 2022-11-25

    Ashley and Brad Show - ABS 2022-11-25

    news
    birthdays/events
    game:  outburst
    black friday by the generations
    news
    game: think n sync
    if you had your druthers...would you cook everyday, order delivery, or go out (if money were no object)
    what emergency gifts do you keep on hand
    news
    game: mindtrap
    define too much holiday decorating
    never buy someone a ____ for the holidays
    news
    game: everybody knows
    leftover thanksgiving food
    goodbye/fun facts....National Parfait Day is on November 25 every year...Parfait, meaning “perfect” in English, is a dessert of French origin consisting of cream, egg, sugar, and syrup.  These basic ingredients are boiled together to create a custard-like puree. This is different from the American parfait, which contains granola, nuts, yogurt, and liqueurs, with fruits or whipped cream toppings. Parfait is usually served in tall clear glassware, with a long spoon called a ‘parfait spoon.’  In the Middle Ages, sugar was a rare product in Europe and was only enjoyed by the rich and the aristocrats...but the industrial revolution transformed dessert from a meal for the elite to something easily accessible to the masses.  While some parfaits contain a high sugar that may be unhealthy, the parfait recipe is flexible enough to allow healthy iterations....especially if you're trying to eat a bit healthier after yesterday's huge feast!

    • 42 min

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