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Introducing: The First DCF Podcast

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And just in time for Christmas too!

Most people who meet me say that I talk the way that I write: animated and thoroughly obsessed with food. This Christmas, I’m presenting more food gift suggestions to you via a different medium: video. I’m tickled by the idea of stretching my creativity by attempting to capture it this time through moving pictures. It’s dynamic and very visual…

… and I clearly need a blow-dry and darker lipstick. (Learnings for the next video).

Vanity aside, I hope you’ll take the time to watch my Dessert Comes First Christmas podcast. I’ve called this segment Sweet Eats because I talk about my favorite gift suggestions, all food of course. Watch it through to the end, it’s only a 6 minute video including the credits where I’ve given information on where to buy the stuff I talk about. And don’t miss my Christmas message to YOU. We’re still getting the technicalities ironed out, so for now, the vid will be viewed on Vimeo.

A shout out and huge thanks go to my camera guy Bong Fernandez and his crew at Bong Videos. The world of moving pictures is vastly different from my world of words, and to him I’m super grateful for making the ride such a (food) trip.

Enjoy, everyone and have a delicious Christmas filled with all the food your heart and stomach desires.

~lori

 

11 Responses to “Introducing: The First DCF Podcast”

  • Finally.:) Break a Leg.

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  • I watched this just now, and man, your friends are the luckiest people! :)

    That aside, “Lori on video” was a great I-never-thought-of-that idea! The only response is: why only now? Although a bit wordy at times, I’m confident that you’d soon improve :)

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    Lori Reply:

    Always good to hear from you, anotherwise! I’m amazed at how time takes on another dimension when I’m in front of the camera, thus the apparent wordiness. The vid was originally much longer.

    –lori

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  • Loved it Lori! Great podcast! I am in the middles of jealously guarding my cookie butter ;)

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    Lori Reply:

    Thanks for watching, Joey! These cookie butters, TJ’s or Biscoff, seem to be the gift du jour for Xmas 2012.

    –lori

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  • Delectably done! An exhibition of how nourishing your nature must be if we solely base it on how gentle and inviting your voice sounds. There were moments where it was apparent that you were still getting used to the added “camera attention” but I bet all celebrities undergo the same experience in the beginning. I love the concept and I can’t wait for the next one. Kudos to DCF’s very first podcast! :)

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    Lori Reply:

    Thanks for watching, tonceq!

    –lori

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  • Very nicely done, Lori! It IS a winner even without the blow-dry and the darker lipstick haha! Thanks to you, I am now hooked to Starbucks’ Salted Caramel hot cocoa.

    Merry Christmas!

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  • Congratulations on the podcast, Lori! You look great, just as you do — un-blow-dried hair, neutral lipstick and all. And your previous TV hosting experience shows with your natural delivery. :-)

    My cousin tried spreading both the speculoos butter and Nutella on bread, and she said the combination is amazing! Can’t wait to try it, too. I’ve liked Fruit Garden products since I first tried them when I wrote about them a few years ago. The Mango Spice is one of my favorite ones.

    I’m looking forward to future videos!

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    Lori Reply:

    Thanks for taking the time to watch the podcast, Katrina! It’s immensely more work than a regular post. I also thought that Nutella+cookie butter would work well and now you’ve just confirmed it. Hoping you’re enjoying your holidays.

    –lori

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  • I look forward to that. Merry Christmas!

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