Join nocrumbsleft at her table as she discusses various topics including food, cooking, love, family and inspiration.
S4 E9: Sharon Says So
In this episode, I sit down with the lively and inspiring Sharon McMahon, popularly known by her Instagram handle, Sharon Says So. A former high school government and law teacher, her mission is to educate people to make their own well-educated decisions. Her love for the Constitution is at the root her Instagram, and if you have no idea how someone could love the US Constitution, listen in to find out who Sharon is. During 2020, instead of getting into arguments, she created short, nonpartisan, fact-based videos, and the rest is her-story. I’m a fan—and as it turns out, she’s been following me as well. This conversation is packed with goodness!
S4 E8: Authoring a Beautiful Life with Rebecca Serle
In this episode I am in conversation with best-selling author Rebecca Serle. I've known Rebecca for a long time and it's been a true pleasure watching the world fall in love with her and her writing over the last few years. Rebecca has a new book out called One Italian Summer which follows the relationship of a young woman to her late mother during a magical summer in Italy. I listened to it on audiobook and loved listening to Lauren Graham's performance of Rebecca's beautiful words. Be sure to grab a copy at your local bookstore and let me know what you think!
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S4 E7: Following the Thread with Fernanda
In this episode, I sit down with nocrumbsleft’s kitchen manager, Fernanda Sacramento, to say goodbye and chat about our time creating recipes together. She’s truly been a bright thread in the tapestry of nocrumbsleft. It’s the classic “We laughed, we cried…” episode (I may or may not have cried at least twice). I’m going to miss this ray of sunshine! If you’ve ever wondered what happens behind the scenes @nocrumbsleft, this is the episode for you. We are both the third of three girls, and daughters who adore their mothers, but beyond that we are foodies who will recipe test together until we reach perfection. It’s certainly been a match made in heaven for both of us, and you’ll love listening in on this one. Plus, don’t miss the after show with my own kid, September!
S4 E6: Max-imizing Your Food with Max La Manna
In this fun, lively episode, I was happy to sit down with Max La Manna, influencer, friend, non-preachy vegan, “failed actor,” and author of the inspiring cookbook More Plants Less Waste. He shares how his lifelong food journey led to his preference for simple, unfussy cooking. He also talks about his marriage (love at first sight!), handling his DMs, unplugging every weekend, living in London, and his passion for reducing food waste. His intention is to inform, educate, and inspire and he sure does all three in this conversation. If you’re wondering what the number one most-wasted food is, listen in!
S4 E5: Dope Beauty with Julee Wilson
In this episode, I was joined by Julee Wilson, the first Black Beauty Director at Cosmopolitan magazine, a social media influencer, wife and mother. She’s an incredible manifester whose intention is to create a legacy in which diverse stories around beauty are told. We touch on topics like what she loves to cook, what she’d tell her younger self, how she manifested the perfect trip, Martha’s Vineyard as a Black enclave, generational wealth, freedom, rocking the boat, creating life balance… and one of the best beauty secrets ever!
S4 E4: An Organic Connection with MaryRuth Ghiyam
In this episode, I was happy to sit down with MaryRuth Ghiyam of MaryRuth’s Organics, one of my favorite female founders and the maker of my favorite supplements. We talk about how we first met, how MaryRuth began her business, how she’s growing it, intermittent fasting, time blocking, and being a working parent. Plus, she shares about her new book, Liquids Till Lunch: 12 Small Habits that Will Change Your Life for Good. Like me, she cares about making a difference and loves giving gifts! We have a real connection, and this podcast shines a beautiful light on it. Let me know what you think by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to your shows.
When I need to relax my
Mind and focus on goodness in life I listen to this podcast. Even with the deepest conversation Teri finds the joy in the people and the lives they lead.
New to your podcast
I have been listening to your podcast for several months and have been enjoying the episodes so much!! I am also a new fan of your cookbook, Instagram, and pottery ( someday my kitchen will have more!! A friend gifted me and onion bowl for Christmas❤️)
But, the episode with Carla Hall was amazing!! Glad you didn’t not give up on getting her on the podcast!!
I follow you on Instagram as Beth.anntics.
Thank your for all your amazing work!!
Food for the soul
I am not a podcast person, but I love this one!!