Florian, Nick and a Special Guest enjoy "vaguely authentic" Mexican in Mannheim
In a return to their vaguely Mexican food related podcast past, our co-hosts and a special guest feast on Baden-Württemberg's finest....tacos. Warm up to the faint sounds of this past summer's World Cup as our hosts opine on the usual set of topics: Beer, Language, Food Authenticity and (Reverse) Culture Shock. Also, for the first time on the podcast, food orders are placed in three different languages.
A Restaurant in Mannheim certified by the Mexikaniche Fremdenverkehrsburo.
Our special guest, Don – German restaurants in the US – Lederhosen – Pacífico Clara – Welde No. 1 (noted for its “oxidized, lemony, cardboard flavor”) – “Due to its convenient position, many long-distance lines connect in Mannheim” – Mexikanisches Fremdenverkehrsbüro – Italian lemons – British Linen Suits & Colonialism – Hard Shell Tacos – Oliver Kahn – Tinga de Pollo – Questions you should never ask – PDF security – “Welcome Home” Burning Man – Fusion Festival – BoboPK – Blast Resistant Trash Cans – Pfennig – D-mark – DB Lounge – Eurail pass – No First Class Railpass will get these guys in the DB Lounge – “There is a vending machine for every 23 people in Japan” – Proper Flan – Upload filters – Save your internet – Single check out line at Whole Foods – Taylorism – Keep calm and… – Ad-Funded Online Journalism – The internet was a mistake – Pepperoni, Pizza and Historical Accidents – Never Wear Shorts
More special guests than headsets!
Recorded LIVE from the 18th Gulaschprogrammiernacht, using transcontinental "your mom joke technology" and enough callbacks to keep a field phone network busy, our intrepid hosts return from their six week hiatus with an all star cast of SW2L's best listeners! No Nerd topic was left behind, as the conversation drifted along topics as diverse as making music with Game Boys to the arcane process of compiling GPL software written by people who make money selling binaries. Our guests also discuss their experiences at the #GPN18.
Gulaschprogrammiernacht 18 (#gpn18)
Sebastian – tatzelbrumm – Bobo – Luricaun
“It’s actually Gareth” – Ardour – GPL 2.0 – 29c3 – Field Phones (chaosvermittlung) – chaos.social – Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design – Der Generalbundesanwalt beim Bundesgerichtshof (The Federal Attorney General at the Federal Court of Justice) – ZKM – Goulasch – Beethoven’s 9th – Endlich normale leute – C3 Post Office
Florian and Nick almost get thrown off a balcony
Call the waaaambulance, because Florian and Nick ended up getting solidly burned by our special guest and Florian's wife: Kathrin. Between those sick burns, the happy couple reflects on their time in Mexico and what heading back to Germany will be like. Nick does his best to be inoffensive and horribly fails.
La Galette (no link, no google maps location, no idea)
The Fall – Gran Hotel – Comida Corrida – Ivory Charts – Somebody Call the Waaaaambulance – Podcast Chapter Images – Raspberry Pi – Entropia – Neingeist – Deutsche Schule Mexiko-Stadt – Doner Kebap – Michigan is a Divided State – Costs for Dying in Mexico City – El Amor es de Putos – Mea Culpa – Very Podcast Many Burns Wow
Something...well, a few things happened.
There was an emergency, so of course we recorded a podcast to cover it.
4 Cups Apples
1 Cup Sugar
3/4 Cup Flour
1/2 Cup Butter
1/4 Cup Orange Juice
1/2 Teaspoon Ground Cinnamon
1/4 Teaspoon Ground Nutmeg
1 pinch salt
Butter the dish, throw the apples in, mash the rest and throw on top…
P.S. Too much Nutmeg can be poisonous.
Our favorite places in Mexico City
After taking care of some business from the brand new Mastodon account at Quentin, Florian and Nick get to talking about their favorite places in Mexico City. They both order shockingly non-Mexican dishes at Lalo. ticking off yet another mythical coffee filter recommendation.
Quentin – Lalo
@severalways2live on Mastodon – Zoom H2n – Taquería Orinoco – Espacio Escultórico – UNAM – Paseo de la Reforma – Castillo de Chapultepec – Mirador Torre Latino – Museo Nacional de Antropología – Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporáneo – Xochimilco – Raku Cafe – Centro Histórico – Museo Interactivo de Economía – Teotihuacan – Condominio Insurgentes – Coyoacán – Cineteca Nacional – Lucha Libre
The WTF episode
The draft idea was "WTF Moments", and we delivered. So much so we even had to censor ourselves. Nick really wanted to talk about the good times, yet utterly failed in that while absolutely crushing the WTF draft. Florian shared some amusing automotive tales and reasons your German web concern should hire him.
Blockchain – Organ grinders (Ep. 11) – Transparent proxy – Speed of light – Carajillo – Rancho Electrónico – Cabify – The Dollop – CSS – Somebody give Florian a job!
Nicks Mama gewinnt den Podcast
Nick's parents are in town visiting and well...now we know why he's so talkative! Ignore the preface and enjoy Florian, Paul and Bridget as they gang up on poor "Nick-O-Laaaas" while conversationally meandering through racism, being immigrants, getting drafted and other topics having not so much to do with food or Mexico.
The Four Seasons Hotel
El Ángel – ivorycharts – Florian is looking for a job in Germany – Chile – Step function – Taxco, Guerrero, Silver City – National Museum of Anthropology – Chapultepec – Metropolitan Cathedral of the Assumption – Palacio de Bellas Artes – Mexican muralism
Draft: Sounds of the City
The Cyberwehr, sounds of buried rivers, afternoon urban silences and other things that may or may not exist depending on your point of view smashed right up against some of the most iconic and real sounds of Mexico City. As is customary, Nick goes conceptual while Florian keeps it so real, he has audio proof to back him up.
La voz del “fierro viejo” – Several Ways To Die In Mexico City – 6 ways to divide Germany – Tamales bycicles – Cyberwehr – Tacos und Limetten, Ep. 2 [Podcast]