I am an extreme extrovert, who loves interacting with people and connecting with them on a personal level. My favorite types of content are storytelling, motivational, and informative. I am not a big news person, I am a believer in learning about new things helps stimulate the mind. I do love entertainment media, but I am not into gossip unless it is humorous. Anime and TV shows are my version of sunday night football. I am not into sports at all but I respect those who are. If I am not talking im probably coming up with the best tv series, comedic skit, or podcast idea in my head.My hobbies include listening to music, watching anime and tv, podcasting, writing, storytelling, Essentially everything I do as a career. However, I enjoy experiencing brand new things, I am up for giving anything and everything a shot, like going to new restaurants, lakes, concerts, creative shows like poetry readings, fire spinners etc. I wish I can experience something new like that everyday. My favorite conversations are ones about the individual I am talking to, I got into radio because it gives me an excuse to ask bands and artist personal questions about their lives. I am very spontaneous and will reference vines, old tv shows, and sitcoms at random even though I know nobody has ever seen them.




After seeing Rick from Rick & Morty become a bad ass pickle, I realized my love for pickles and my obsession with becoming one. I don't judge you for the fact that you watched The Office and Parks & Rec 6xs all the way through in the last year, so you don't judge me.  

Here are some crazy fact about pickles you can bring up at parties to look smarter than your friend getting their masters degree. 

1. Cleopatra ate pickles because she believed they are what helped make her stay beautiful. 

2. It is estimated that we all each approximately 8-9 lbs of pickles per year....(That's all??) 

3. You can hear the crunch of a good pickle 10 paces away...If it doesn't crunch it ain't good enough for me!

4. Pickles helped Christopher Columbus "discovered" america because his crew had rationed pickles and they even made a pit stop in Haiti to grow more for the voyage... 

5. Napoleon put up the equivalent of $250,000 as a prize to whoever could figure out the best way to pickle and preserve foods for his troops. (Pickle Ryan once we get that time machine working, I know what we are doing first!) 

6. Kool-aid pickles are thing!!! They are made by soaking dill pickles in strong Kool-Aid and are apparently popular in some parts in the US. 

7. There is anywhere from 100,000-125,000 acres in the US dedicated to pickles...  

8. Michigan and North Carolina makes the most pickles! 

9. Shakespeare introduced the phrase "in a pickle" in his play "The Tempest". "How Cam'st thou in this Pickle" 

10. According to the US Supreme Court, pickles are technically a "fruit" of the vine, like tomatoes...SO they are technically both a fruit and Vegetable 

"Technically, pickles may be considered both a fruit and a vegetable. While they are made from cucumbers, which are a vegetable, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled them a ‘fruit of the vine’ because of their seeds" - Food Channel 2008 

Pickle Ryan and I with our Pickles Products

My friend Pickle Ryan and I decided to pickle stuff for National Pickle Day! 

We made pickles, of course, but also we pickled Pumpkin, Peppers, Asparagus, Carrots, Green Beans, and.....EGGS! 

I was surprised by how good all of it was! Especially the Pumpkin! 

Pickled Pumpkin
Pickled Peppers (tiny ghost pepper)
Pickled Eggs w/ Onions

My thoughts: 

Pickles were the best pickles I have ever had! Web Girl Chelsea and Radio Super Hero David Kane loved them as well! 

Pumpkin: Was super sweet, if you love pumpkin id recommend, but im not a pumpkin person unless it is pumpkin bread 

Peppers: I will never not eat pickled peppers on anything with peppers ever! Sandwiches, fajitas, you name it, it deserves a pickled pepper.   

Eggs:....not my thing...My friends loved it though


asparagus: Never had asparagus really, but I thought this was pretty good!

Green Beans: Good better than just a plain green bean but I'm not like "OMG" about it.

Be sure to follow Pickle Ryan on Instagram and slide into his DM's If you ever need advice on Pickling and want to learn more! 

The Recipes for the pickles used can be found right here 

The recipes for the pickled eggs are here

The recipes for the pickled Pumpkin are here 

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