SNS #36: DIY

“You think Steve Harvey is helping you, but you’ve known that pile of clothes needs to be put away for a while”- Matthew Manning

 

 

Do-It-Yourself has become a craze from instructional videos, to home cooking kits, to self help books. Today we explore what kind of value can be gleaned from doing it ourselves.

Appetizer: Fresh To Death
Andrew and Chelsea, amateur cooks at best, test out HelloFresh and learn how much they don’t know about cooking fancy meals.

HelloFresh Meal Expectations

First Course: Survey Says…
Our friends from the Does This Work? Podcast take on Andrew’s self-help book challenge, and dedicate a week of their lives to the tutelage of Steve Harvey
(Starts at 06:10)

Second Course: Helped Self
Matthew Manning and Clare Shreve go through the finer points and strategies of Act Like A Success, Think Like A Success, determined to come out on the other side with an improvement to their lives.
(Starts at 17:52)

Toast: Solo Chef
Andrew tries to embody DIY culture, by doing another HelloFresh meal, this time by himself!
(Starts at 35:25)


The Reality of Cooking

Produced by Executive Director Julia Katz, Podcast Production Manager Chelsea Rugg, and Podcast Head Honcho Andrew Terrance Kaberline

Hosted, Written, and Edited by
Andrew Terrance Kaberline

Today’s episode featured Matthew Manning, Clare Shreve, and Chelsea Rugg

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The opening and closing theme for Sunday Night Supper are by Michael Gugliotti

Other music in the episode is by Podington Bear


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