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Juice & The Sauce Podcast

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Juice & The Sauce is a podcast brought to you by Nastassja Lusengo better known as Ms Sugar Plum owner of 'The Indulgent Sugar Plum (C4 Extreme Cake Makers) & Lisimba Pink (Black Food Tales & Diversity All Star podcasts) give you the down-low on this beautiful thing we call life narrated through the love of food & most importantly desserts. Charismatic, random stories, sweet entrees, meaty main course discussions and flavours from the continent to round up this foodies delights of a podcast. Tune in weekly for your weekly belly full plate of a meal. "We Juicing while the Sauce be Drippin"

Latest Episodes

#031 What To Do After The Protesting #howwefight

EStarters: - Lisimba & Nastassja share their dream homes. - The future of retail: Are we ever going to be able to sit in cafes again? - Importance of experience - Five Guys makes Lisimba emotional Main Course: - What to Do After the Protesting #howwefight by Byron F. Wilson Founder & Headmaster of The Wilson Academy. https://www.facebook.com/byron.wilson.353 - Building our own black economy & why we need to buy black - Can we action this plan in the UK - The end of Black Food Club - Hailing your brothers and sisters - Master P launches Uncle P’s Rice, Uncle P’s Grits, Uncle P’s Oatmeal, Uncle P’s Pancake Mix & Uncle P’s Syrup. - We talk on Sunmo Plantain - How digital can help black businesses. Dessert - - Beans on toast.

96 minJUN 27
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#031 What To Do After The Protesting #howwefight

#030 Black Lives Will Always Matter

EStarters: - Making the perfect doughnut - Nastassja shares her love of House Wives of ATL - Lisimba & Nastassja lose the house lottery Main Course: - Black Live Matter - Keeping money in the community - Cultural appropriation - Financial knowledge within the community - Being patient with the community - Lending the community money - Rich Dad Poor Dad - Financial literacy - Statues are torn down Dessert - Recommended Black Businesses - The Indulgent Sugar Plum @ms_sugar_plum - Lisimba @lisimbapink - Saint Aymes London @saintaymes - Karamelovesfood @karamelovesfood - Afrocenchix @afrocenchix - Cooking with Caz @cookingwithcaz - Little Cake Garden @littlecakegarden - Studio Oudizo @studiooudizo - SYM @sayyourmindpod - Nadu Placca @n4dup - Lara McGibbon @lmchospitality - Luti Media @lutimedia - Tori Lens @tori.lens - Coybiscuit @coybiscuit - Fly Fangirl Cakes @flyfangirlcakes - Flour Girl @flourgirlscakehouse - Shoshocakes @shoshocakes - Afrinape @Afrinape - Cakes by word of mouth @cakesbywordofmouth - Ida Pod @idapodbooths - Rose @Boweskincare

133 minJUN 14
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#030 Black Lives Will Always Matter

#029 Time's Up Racist White People

EStarters: - Just a quick catch up. Main Course: - We speak extensively on the killing of George Floyd and racism. - The thoughts of Killer Miker - Being born at a disadvantage. - Non-black races, inciting violence. - Losing our brothers and sisters to the law. - Having to change your name to fit it. - Can we negotiate freedom? - Training someone from below, to manage you. - Negative effects of discounting black products. No dessert this week.

149 minJUN 4
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#029 Time's Up Racist White People

#028 How To Start A Business

EStarters: - Making curry goat. - How to make Jamaican patties. - Frustration with making doughnuts. - New dough mixer drama. - Cheese cream frosting failure. - Salted Vs Unsalted butter. - Too much sugar in your cake? Here's an easy fix! Main Course: (In this episode, we serve up a tapas menu) - Wearing many hats in the business. - How to start a business - What to do, if you have no money. - Dating while being an entrepreneur. Dessert - Flavour from the continent: - Cherry Bakewell Tart. - Carrot Cake.

153 minMAY 28
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#028 How To Start A Business

#027 Lick Chocolate Off My Body

EStarters: - Supermarket queues getting shorter. - Zoom fatigue is real! - People eating your cooking ingredients. - Keeping food in your room. Main Course: (In this episode, we serve up a tapas menu) - Dumping a guy in 24 hours. - Do only broke guys do picnics? - What makes a good first date during this time. - Verzuz battle. - Prices going up because of COVID-19 - We discuss Only Fans! Dessert - Flavour from the continent: - Fried Ice Cream Balls.

136 minMAY 20
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#027 Lick Chocolate Off My Body

#026 1/2 Of Britons Are Uncomfortable With Returning To Restaurants.

EStarters: - Working with expired doughnut dough. - How to save bad cake dough. - The fried wing trinity. - My wings got ruined by my mum! - Entering a house auction. - House of chefs, reality show. Main Course: (In this episode, we serve up a tapas menu) - A poll reveals, 1/2 of Britons are uncomfortable with returning to restaurants. - Having a health MOT. - Mc Donald's to open 15 restaurants, despite worker safety concerns. - Carnival is officially cancelled. Dessert - Flavour from the continent: - Cinnamon Rolls & Jamaican Banana chips.

93 minMAY 13
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#026 1/2 Of Britons Are Uncomfortable With Returning To Restaurants.

#025 Accelerating Into The Year 2030

EIn this weeks episode, we discuss: Starters: - Trouble with a mouse. - Feeling pressure to be productive. - Teaching classes online. - Feeling triggered. - When people plan your time for you. - Beauty Stack seminar. Main Course: - How the current pandemic has accelerating consumer purchasing behaviour to what it might have been in 2030. - Customer being more open to e-commerce. - Buying dinner kits. - Potential of VR & AR for the food industry. - Shops becoming experience-driven. - Curbside / Click & Collect delivery. - The opportunity of DTC. - Self-driving cars and delivery. - Luxury food delivery Dessert - Flavour from the continent: - Jail food vs indulgent food options.

120 minMAY 6
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#025 Accelerating Into The Year 2030

We Explore Mental Health With Tokunbo Koiki #024

EThis week's special guest is Tokunbo Koiki, founder of the award-winning Tokunbo’s Kitchen and the London African Food Week. Tokunbo is also the host of her own podcast, The Tokunbo Chronicles. Starters: - Introduction to Tokunbo. - Dealing with the loss of our livelihood. - Getting support from strangers. - Do you miss McDonalds. - Do you miss going back to work, or just the option to do so? - How losing friends can still be positive. - Yeast has turned into gold dust during quarantine! - How everyone is skipping during the quarantine. Main Course: For this week's main course, we will be serving up an interview with Tokunbo Koiki - The joy of bringing people together. - Tokunbo shares her biggest wins - Overcoming life obstacles. - What happened when Tokunbo dropped a clients catering order on the floor? - Beliving in your dreams. - Getting punched in the mouth as an entrepreneur. - Jollof rice Vs Paella. - Why you need to be flexible in life. - Tokunbo talks on supporting your ow...

156 minAPR 23
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We Explore Mental Health With Tokunbo Koiki #024

We Spend Time With Zaire Zaire The Professional Eater #023

EIn this weeks episode, we sit down for an exclusive foodie interview with our first guest, Zaire otherwise known as "Zaire Zaire the Professional Eater" Starters: - Nastassja talks about her bake-along sessions. - Why it's Ok to make mistakes while cooking. - Lisimba talks about aLasange he tried to make. - Cleaning groceries before you store them. Main Course: For this week's main course, we introduce you to Zaire. - How Zaire discovered her passion for food. - Trinidadian Doubles. - How important food influencers are to the food industry. - Dealing with food reviews when the food doesn't taste good. - Giving restaurants a second chance. - Tips on how to become a professional eater. - We discuss lobsters and ASMR content. - "Cornmill" porridge. - Dealing with dyslexia. - Favourite quarantine dish. - Relating to the audience of brands. - The fear of being type-cast & put in a box. - Making the content you enjoy. - Not beating yourself up. - What it's like not drinking milk. Side: Ra...

133 minAPR 16
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We Spend Time With Zaire Zaire The Professional Eater #023

Are we really in a lockdown? Pandemic Special Pt 5 #022

EIn this weeks episode, we discuss: Starters: - We learn about Nastassja's cake hampers. - Making Oxtail. - Practising self-care. - How to manage your daily goals. - How to de-stress. - Lisimba touches on Twitch streaming. - Quarantine birthday. - Living alone during this lockdown. - Love transactions! Main Course: - What is a lockdown and what does it mean for you? Are we really in a lockdown? Dessert - Flavour from the continent: - Indulgent lockdown food vs prison food.

92 minAPR 9
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Are we really in a lockdown? Pandemic Special Pt 5 #022

Latest Episodes

#031 What To Do After The Protesting #howwefight

EStarters: - Lisimba & Nastassja share their dream homes. - The future of retail: Are we ever going to be able to sit in cafes again? - Importance of experience - Five Guys makes Lisimba emotional Main Course: - What to Do After the Protesting #howwefight by Byron F. Wilson Founder & Headmaster of The Wilson Academy. https://www.facebook.com/byron.wilson.353 - Building our own black economy & why we need to buy black - Can we action this plan in the UK - The end of Black Food Club - Hailing your brothers and sisters - Master P launches Uncle P’s Rice, Uncle P’s Grits, Uncle P’s Oatmeal, Uncle P’s Pancake Mix & Uncle P’s Syrup. - We talk on Sunmo Plantain - How digital can help black businesses. Dessert - - Beans on toast.

96 minJUN 27
Comments
#031 What To Do After The Protesting #howwefight

#030 Black Lives Will Always Matter

EStarters: - Making the perfect doughnut - Nastassja shares her love of House Wives of ATL - Lisimba & Nastassja lose the house lottery Main Course: - Black Live Matter - Keeping money in the community - Cultural appropriation - Financial knowledge within the community - Being patient with the community - Lending the community money - Rich Dad Poor Dad - Financial literacy - Statues are torn down Dessert - Recommended Black Businesses - The Indulgent Sugar Plum @ms_sugar_plum - Lisimba @lisimbapink - Saint Aymes London @saintaymes - Karamelovesfood @karamelovesfood - Afrocenchix @afrocenchix - Cooking with Caz @cookingwithcaz - Little Cake Garden @littlecakegarden - Studio Oudizo @studiooudizo - SYM @sayyourmindpod - Nadu Placca @n4dup - Lara McGibbon @lmchospitality - Luti Media @lutimedia - Tori Lens @tori.lens - Coybiscuit @coybiscuit - Fly Fangirl Cakes @flyfangirlcakes - Flour Girl @flourgirlscakehouse - Shoshocakes @shoshocakes - Afrinape @Afrinape - Cakes by word of mouth @cakesbywordofmouth - Ida Pod @idapodbooths - Rose @Boweskincare

133 minJUN 14
Comments
#030 Black Lives Will Always Matter

#029 Time's Up Racist White People

EStarters: - Just a quick catch up. Main Course: - We speak extensively on the killing of George Floyd and racism. - The thoughts of Killer Miker - Being born at a disadvantage. - Non-black races, inciting violence. - Losing our brothers and sisters to the law. - Having to change your name to fit it. - Can we negotiate freedom? - Training someone from below, to manage you. - Negative effects of discounting black products. No dessert this week.

149 minJUN 4
Comments
#029 Time's Up Racist White People

#028 How To Start A Business

EStarters: - Making curry goat. - How to make Jamaican patties. - Frustration with making doughnuts. - New dough mixer drama. - Cheese cream frosting failure. - Salted Vs Unsalted butter. - Too much sugar in your cake? Here's an easy fix! Main Course: (In this episode, we serve up a tapas menu) - Wearing many hats in the business. - How to start a business - What to do, if you have no money. - Dating while being an entrepreneur. Dessert - Flavour from the continent: - Cherry Bakewell Tart. - Carrot Cake.

153 minMAY 28
Comments
#028 How To Start A Business

#027 Lick Chocolate Off My Body

EStarters: - Supermarket queues getting shorter. - Zoom fatigue is real! - People eating your cooking ingredients. - Keeping food in your room. Main Course: (In this episode, we serve up a tapas menu) - Dumping a guy in 24 hours. - Do only broke guys do picnics? - What makes a good first date during this time. - Verzuz battle. - Prices going up because of COVID-19 - We discuss Only Fans! Dessert - Flavour from the continent: - Fried Ice Cream Balls.

136 minMAY 20
Comments
#027 Lick Chocolate Off My Body

#026 1/2 Of Britons Are Uncomfortable With Returning To Restaurants.

EStarters: - Working with expired doughnut dough. - How to save bad cake dough. - The fried wing trinity. - My wings got ruined by my mum! - Entering a house auction. - House of chefs, reality show. Main Course: (In this episode, we serve up a tapas menu) - A poll reveals, 1/2 of Britons are uncomfortable with returning to restaurants. - Having a health MOT. - Mc Donald's to open 15 restaurants, despite worker safety concerns. - Carnival is officially cancelled. Dessert - Flavour from the continent: - Cinnamon Rolls & Jamaican Banana chips.

93 minMAY 13
Comments
#026 1/2 Of Britons Are Uncomfortable With Returning To Restaurants.

#025 Accelerating Into The Year 2030

EIn this weeks episode, we discuss: Starters: - Trouble with a mouse. - Feeling pressure to be productive. - Teaching classes online. - Feeling triggered. - When people plan your time for you. - Beauty Stack seminar. Main Course: - How the current pandemic has accelerating consumer purchasing behaviour to what it might have been in 2030. - Customer being more open to e-commerce. - Buying dinner kits. - Potential of VR & AR for the food industry. - Shops becoming experience-driven. - Curbside / Click & Collect delivery. - The opportunity of DTC. - Self-driving cars and delivery. - Luxury food delivery Dessert - Flavour from the continent: - Jail food vs indulgent food options.

120 minMAY 6
Comments
#025 Accelerating Into The Year 2030

We Explore Mental Health With Tokunbo Koiki #024

EThis week's special guest is Tokunbo Koiki, founder of the award-winning Tokunbo’s Kitchen and the London African Food Week. Tokunbo is also the host of her own podcast, The Tokunbo Chronicles. Starters: - Introduction to Tokunbo. - Dealing with the loss of our livelihood. - Getting support from strangers. - Do you miss McDonalds. - Do you miss going back to work, or just the option to do so? - How losing friends can still be positive. - Yeast has turned into gold dust during quarantine! - How everyone is skipping during the quarantine. Main Course: For this week's main course, we will be serving up an interview with Tokunbo Koiki - The joy of bringing people together. - Tokunbo shares her biggest wins - Overcoming life obstacles. - What happened when Tokunbo dropped a clients catering order on the floor? - Beliving in your dreams. - Getting punched in the mouth as an entrepreneur. - Jollof rice Vs Paella. - Why you need to be flexible in life. - Tokunbo talks on supporting your ow...

156 minAPR 23
Comments
We Explore Mental Health With Tokunbo Koiki #024

We Spend Time With Zaire Zaire The Professional Eater #023

EIn this weeks episode, we sit down for an exclusive foodie interview with our first guest, Zaire otherwise known as "Zaire Zaire the Professional Eater" Starters: - Nastassja talks about her bake-along sessions. - Why it's Ok to make mistakes while cooking. - Lisimba talks about aLasange he tried to make. - Cleaning groceries before you store them. Main Course: For this week's main course, we introduce you to Zaire. - How Zaire discovered her passion for food. - Trinidadian Doubles. - How important food influencers are to the food industry. - Dealing with food reviews when the food doesn't taste good. - Giving restaurants a second chance. - Tips on how to become a professional eater. - We discuss lobsters and ASMR content. - "Cornmill" porridge. - Dealing with dyslexia. - Favourite quarantine dish. - Relating to the audience of brands. - The fear of being type-cast & put in a box. - Making the content you enjoy. - Not beating yourself up. - What it's like not drinking milk. Side: Ra...

133 minAPR 16
Comments
We Spend Time With Zaire Zaire The Professional Eater #023

Are we really in a lockdown? Pandemic Special Pt 5 #022

EIn this weeks episode, we discuss: Starters: - We learn about Nastassja's cake hampers. - Making Oxtail. - Practising self-care. - How to manage your daily goals. - How to de-stress. - Lisimba touches on Twitch streaming. - Quarantine birthday. - Living alone during this lockdown. - Love transactions! Main Course: - What is a lockdown and what does it mean for you? Are we really in a lockdown? Dessert - Flavour from the continent: - Indulgent lockdown food vs prison food.

92 minAPR 9
Comments
Are we really in a lockdown? Pandemic Special Pt 5 #022
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