Celebrating Home Cooked Meals
This episode includes a heart warming discussion about home cooked meals. Listeners write in about their favorite dishes, and host Brian Durkin shares some stories from his childhood. After the discussion, we move on to cover the appeal to emotion logical fallacy. Finally there is a shout out to the show Impact Theory, with special attention given to the Simon Sinek Infinite Game episode, As always we wrap up with some games, and this time we have a lively debate prompted by Super Fight.
Home Cooked Meals Are Unique To Everyone
When we polled our audience to discuss their favorite home cooked meals, it became obvious that everyone's upbringing is different. People come from different background, and that influences the food they eat. The beauty about your favorite home cooked meal is that it's not a contest. There is no best, there's just your favorite. Someone might really enjoy pig ears, but if you didn't grow up on that, then you can't appreciate it the way that person does. When someone talks about their favorite home cooked meal, it's really showcasing a bit of their history and personality, and that's pretty cool.
Home Cooked Meals Are Hearty
When it comes to a common theme between different home cooked meals, the consensus is that they provide a hearty feeling. Meatloaf, pot roast, fried chicken, creamed chip beef, etc. etc. all leave your insides feeling warm. Something about these types of meals from childhood make you feel like a fireplace is near by, because that's the level of comfort the memory provides.
Podcast Show Notes: Links and References
The #FBLRecommendation this week is Impact Theory. Check out this episode: How to Motivate People, Transform Business, and Be a True Leader.
Did you enjoy our coverage of the Appeal to Emotion logical fallacy? Check out the site yourlogicalfallacyis.com.
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