The Order Up crew chat with film maker Cass Gardiner and find out wonderful things to do with soft serve and gluten-free alternatives for the flapjack fan!
The Order Up crew join the inventive Julee Levine, a professional Jewish educator who recently relocated to Memphis, Tennessee after 20 years in Los Angeles, and discuss the wonders of the waffle!
Let me start by saying that I have a troubled relationship with the Transformers film franchise. I am a Gen-X Gen 1 Transformers lover who dreamt of owning my own Metroplex play set.
The Order Up team sit down with the awesome New York based comedian Adam Gabel to discuss food, fun and willpower.
Sitting down to listen to Jackie Jenkins Jr.'s album, The Jackie Jenkins Jr. Bootleg Comedy Extravaganza, was one of the things I enjoy most about comedy – experiencing something I've not heard before. Jackie is a New Orleans-based comic who has two self-produced specials: Jackie Jenkins Jr.
The Order Up Squad chat with YouTube and Instagram sensation Scott on Tape about the eternal question pancake or waffle and we get to some deep truths and Mary finds a soul mate. Check his Instagram out or his YouTube channel SCOTTONTAPE today!
When Marvel announced that they hired James Gunn to direct a Guardians of the Galaxy film, my first reaction was "huh?" A Troma director with a problematic social media presence whose biggest claims to fame were 2 films about worms -- one big (Tremors) and one small (Slither) -- and a deconstruction of the superhero genre (Super) starring Rainn Wils
Desta Ostapyk an award winning designer who's work has been featured on Love It Or List It sits with Cari, Mary and Kelly to talk about where she lies in the great Pancake v Waffle debate. You can find her on social media on Twitter @destaostapyk and instagram @designbydesta.
The team sits with the amazing Michael Gelman producer of the wonderful Live with Kelly and Mark! We get to hear what gives him the energy to make the magic happen and his feelings about cereal.
Cari, Kelly Mary and Matt chat with the incredible writer, comedian and performer Leonard Chan about the ins and outs of cereal and soup.