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S2, Ep 14: Video Tapers, Sex Educators & Ambulance Chasers - A Father’s Day Tribute with Daddy Ashley!

Hey Sis, Eat This Podcast

S2, Episode 14: Video Tapers, Sex Educators & Ambulance Chasers - A Father’s Day Tribute with Daddy Ashley!

It’s our 2nd annual Father’s Day celebration and we couldn’t be more thrilled to welcome back to the show, our own amazing father, Daddy (Glenn) Ashley. One of the best story tellers we know, he does not disappoint in this weeks episode as we listen to and then breakdown some of the best “dad stories” we’ve heard on this show.

From quirky dinner table rituals to family pranks, Daddy Ashley weighs in on some of our favorite dad stories from past guests. Then we dig into our own father’s father, Paw Paw, the original trickster, and some of the unconventional ways he used to entertain his kids. Whether a family outing to look at Christmas lights or teaching his kids about current events, his flare for the adrenaline rush clearly got passed down to our dad. Daddy Ashley also shares an incredible memory involving his first hand account of the events around JFK’s assassination in Dallas. You won’t want to miss this one!! 

We are dedicating this Father’s Day episode to our much beloved uncle “Doncle” Don Williams, who passed away on June 11th. Doncle was a classic, one of the most incredible, dedicated and loving father’s we know who loved life, loved his family and was a bright light to anyone in his orbit. May you rest in peace, Doncle. We love you so much, and we especially loved your show! 

Happy Father’s Day y’all!

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Follow Glenn on Instagram: @glennjashley

About Hey Sis, Eat This

We are two sisters, born and raised in Texas, who share a love of food, friends, and a wicked sense of humor! On the Hey Sis, Eat This podcast, we celebrate moms and meals, inspired by our very own Momma Ashley, a former chef and always the hostess with the mostess!

What you'll hear:

  • What we've been cookin', who we've been entertainin', and any kitchen conundrums of the week... often in our Momma's Texas accent

  • Chatting with siblings about what it was like around their dinner table growing up, favorite family recipes and stories that celebrate moms

  • Interviews with celebrity chefs, restaurateurs, and culinary entrepreneurs about the influence and inspiration from their moms

  • Weekly recipes from us and our guests posted out the Hey Sis, Eat This website

- Recipes from our Us and Our Guests:

- Call into the Hey Sis Hotline: 1-866-4 HEY SIS or 1-866-443-9747


Love you, love your show!

Courtney & Whitney


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