food

Episode 25: Smackover Oil Town Festival, Nutella Heist, Barry Orton, Tate, and 60 Minutes

In this episode, Pryce talks about the history of the Smackover Oil Town Festival, the Nutella heist of 2017, the late wrestler Barry Orton, the short-lived TV western Tate (the first TV show with a disabled lead character), and 60 Minutes legend Morley Safer. 

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Episode 22: The Twenty Second Episode

In this episode the boys celebrate Jay’s Birthday! Everyone hates water. Patrick’s gotta pluck that squash. Jays favorite Birthdays. Tyler tells a really dumb story. We create r/mulch. Catsup flavored chips. Check us out on social media, or send us an email at regrettablejtp@gmail.com. All music and production credits host Tyler Massey. Jay Lindly and Patrick Massey co-hosting. Disclaimer:…

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Episode 25: Blaine Bailey

In this episode, Ashley and Jeri sit down (virtually) with Mena native Blain Bailey. An expert chef, Blaine has seen the lifestyle that often comes with the career and has experienced the negative effects firsthand. Because of this, he started In The Weeds, a non-profit geared towards chefs and people working in the restaurant industry….

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Episode 20: Lightning Billy

Title: Lightning BillyIn this episode the boys celebrate their 20th episode.-Tyler tries to kill Jay-Jay describes Tex-Mex-Everyone drops the ball-The boys go camping-Patrick still wants the pork chop back-Jay is too famous for regrettable-Hochatown Stories. Check us out on social media, or send us an email at regrettablejtp@gmail.com. All music and production credits host Tyler Massey. Jay…

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Episode 20: The White House Cafe, Carol Kaye, The Fabulous Freebirds, Nightingales, and Cary Grant

In this episode, Pryce talks about The White House Cafe (one of Camden, Arkansas’ oldest restaurants), electric bassist Carol Kaye (a re-airing of a previous segment), The Fabulous Freebirds (wrestling fans will know them), the short-lived TV series Nightingales (on National Nurses Day; another repeat of a recent segment), and some movie roles Cary Grant missed…

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Episode 01: Abendigos “Hochatown Original”

In this episode, Jay and Shilo chop it up with Chad Sargent at Abendigos about the menu, history of the area, cool details about the bar, his significant other, and overall growth of the restaurant and the area. Enjoy. Send emails to JayLindlySr@gmail.comInterview ideas, requests, suggestions, we are an open book. Plus we want to interview everyone….

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Episode 18: Written-Off Simpsons Characters, The Carter Family, Skandor Akbar, Uncle Joe Cannon

In this episode, Pryce talks about Characters no longer on The Simpsons (Lionel Hutz, Troy McClure, and Maude Flanders), Facts about The Carter Family, “Uncle Joe” Cannon (the man who’s often called the most dominant Speaker in the history of the House of Representatives; he held that position from 1903 to 1911. In 1923, the…

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Episode 17: Texas Shaped Waffles

In this episode the boys express on Eyes, Enemas, and Elon Musk. Pork chops with a side of chicken fried steak. Tyler grosses everyone out. Jay Lindly’s Drunken Brawl. Patricks never had an upset stomach. Dad’s Burgers 72 ounce steaks Tyler gets spanked in an Elon Musk debate. Check us out on social media, or send us an…

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Episode 15: Gizmo’s

 In this episode the boys chat Commission, Chicken, and Charlie and the Chocolate factory.-Patrick Degutting chickens-November Soybean is through the roof-Jay thinks Tyler is a garbage human being-Dallas has jerk tofu-Patrick can’t get that filler meat-Get smashed, watch the game Brah!Check us out on social media, or send us an email at regrettablejtp@gmail.com. All music and production…

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Episode 14: Rick Chrisman

In this episode, Ashley and Jeri sit down with Rick Chrisman, owner of gourmet restaurant American Artisans in downtown Mena, Arkansas. Being such a staple in Mena, Rick has a lot to say about how his business started, the inclusion of art in his establishment, and the highs and lows of owning a restaurant. Rick,…

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