Bring on the Y2K seltzer song! Specifically, this Post-NonApocalyptic seltzer song, by Tom7. Today we not only listen to the song but we interview the man behind it and ask him just what he was thinking…
What’s in my mail bag? Find out this serving. And learn the latest on the developments of my book as I prepare to lunch with my seltzer patron…
Sexy seltzer? Who would have thunk it. Well, I learned more than I expected from the following Israeli email I just received.
Take four young people, add seltzer, and mix. What do you get? The sixth episode of Give Me Seltzer: Seltzer — The Next Generation. Join us!
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This is the first entry on this blog about the book itself. Why a book about seltzer? What does it take to create such a think? Couldn’t I have taken up yoga instead? All that and more to follow.
A man in a banana suit, a seltzer hater, and more tell us what they think about seltzer, in this all “Heard On the Street” segment of the Give Me Seltzer podcast.
A German lumberjack sent me a package. What’s in it? What does a German lumberjack have to do with seltzer. Listen to the fouth podcast and find out.
The moment I have been waiting for: Give Me Seltzer listed on iTune’s Podcast directory. After all these weeks planning for this moment, it is rather satisfying, like a fresh glass of crisp seltzer.
Researching a topic as vague as seltzer has proven challenging enough. But needing to research a town in a foreign country, in a language I don’t speak, could have been impossible… if not for these amazing people.