A podcast summary can make or break a podcast. Although podcast platforms do allow even up to 4000 words for the summary, that’s way too long to get the potential listener magnetized. Short and sweet works every time.
My experience with podcast summaries is to make them just long enough to whet the appetite, and to echo the presenter’s flair and personality in the summary.
Bart Berrigman is a bachelor who loves to cook … er, burn food! He wants to conquer the final frontier (as close as his 8×8 kitchenette), but alas, his culinary experiments usually end up looking colorful (in shades of brown).
In this podcast series Burning Bachelor Bart talks of how simple recipes can be easily scorched by wrong techniques – and what he has learned from better cooking insights (which he usually gets as he scrapes pots and pans with singed food still stuck to them).
If you’re a bachelor who wants to cook his own meals using Bart’s learnings and tips, you’d do well to listen to this podcast week after week. Bart shares his secrets to cooking the smartest bachelor dishes with the fire beneath the pots and not in them.
This week’s episode: “Tips On How To Do The Perfect Macaroni Pepperonata In The Pan Without Any Unintended Bottom Crust!” … 20 minutes … on Apple & Spotify.
Special emphasis: 6 opportunities to ruin the dish – and how to not fall into the trap!
Listen. Laugh. Learn. (But keep the fire extinguisher handy!)
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