Trisha Yearwood, country music star and host of Trisha's Southern Kitchen, joins host Jaymee Sire to share her journey to country music and home cook superstar. Trisha gives her twenty-six year old younger self advice and shares why she relates to her astrological sign. She talks about her creative process and the “pinch me” moments of her career so far and offers advice for aspiring music artists. Trisha talks about her marriage to fellow country music star Garth Brooks and what they do on a typical date night. She shares the family recipes that inspire her own and who in her life is the best food critic to test her recipes on. Trisha shares the kitchen tools that she can't live without and her favorite parts of filming Trisha's Southern Kitchen with the people she loves. She then gives her itinerary for a day in Nashville and explains the meaning of the Southern phrase “bless your heart.” Connect with the podcast: https://www.foodnetwork.com/shows/food-network-obsessed-the-official-podcast-of-food-network Follow Food Network on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foodnetwork Follow Jaymee on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jaymeesire Follow Trisha Yearwood on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trishayearwood/ Learn More About Trisha's Southern Kitchen: https://www.foodnetwork.com/shows/trishas-southern-kitchen Start Your Free Trial of discovery+: https://www.discoveryplus.com/foodobsessed See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ep. 275 It's Good….But It's Not Enough This podcast is exclusively a part of The BYNK Podcast Network bynkradio.net/podcasts Listen and Watch: https://linktr.ee/Gubmintnamepodcast https://linktr.ee/bynkradio This week Shogun and Cole talk about Dipset getting cleaned up by the Lox, Suicide Squad 2 review, what would happen if OJ fought Batman, Cole watched Kevin Samuels what happened after that, what do you bring to the table, Birmingham Alabama's new basketball team, and finally the Southern Kitchen situation THE RUNDOWN -Alternative sex hustle or dry humping at it's best -McDonalds makes woman break her fast -Cuomo said he didn't do it -YouTube is coming for TikTok -Dr. Dre daughter situation -We play the game That's Racist! THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!!! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DIPSET VS LOX (3:16) Suicide Squad 2 Review (17:03) BATMAN VS OJ (34:38) Kevin Samuels advice (42:07) Man Vs Women: What do you bring to the table (53:29) Birmingham G league (1:16:18) Southern Kitchen protest (1:20:50) RUNDOWN DRY HUMPING HUSTLE (1:35:47) McDonalds break woman's fast (1:44:34) governor Cuomo found guilty (1:50:17) YouTube Shorts 10k (2:00:27) covert assassins (2:11:34) doctor Dre homeless daughter (2:18:32) TX Man Stoned to death (2:34:55)
Techman16 speaks with Josh about his newly published book: Space Age Chronicles - Mars This is first book that he has published and he has working on it since 2007; a great mix of mystery, intrigue, violence and science fiction. Help support his efforts by buying a copy today: Space Age Chronicles: Mars NOW AVAILABLE — Mara's Southern Kitchen (marasouthernkitchen.com) Space Age Chronicles by Joshua Levi | BookShop (bookbaby.com) Amazon.com: Space Age Chronicles: Mars eBook: Levi, Joshua: Kindle Store Visit Yaeger-Sector 34 Discord: https://discord.gg/7ZyRs5k for more related Star Trek related content and interact with a greater Star Trek Fleet Command community.
We check the DEFCON level after Russell Wilson’s comments asking for better pass protection and more input in the Seahawks’ personnel moves. Before that, we review the fried chicken at Nana’s Southern Kitchen and discuss Chris Hansen’s interview with Mitch … Continue reading →
On the 114th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we're chatting with Tasha and Ronny of @thechinolatinaway, formerly @chinoychinaeats. Ronny and Tasha recently hosted their second Papi Chino Pop-Up at Cafe Opla and it was a hit serving Cuban inspired food and drinks. As foodies in Seattle, listen in as they talk about the difference between the food scene in Miami versus Seattle. Also, Ronny tells us what he's been cooking up for Tasha while they've been at home these past few months. In addition, it's our Thanksgiving Extravaganza Episode! Tune in as Nelson provides you with 4 options to purchase Thanksgiving Dinners and Turkeys to-go while Monica gives you several options to get pies around Seattle before Thanksgiving. Moreover, Monica and Nelson also checked out a new spot for lunch on Aurora Ave called Hangry Panda. As for what they ate this week, Nelson went on a Kent food crawl, which included Egghole and Nana's Southern Kitchen. He also stopped by Sip and Smile for their new Chicken Apple Delight sandwich, dined at the new outdoor area at Dock and Drink at the Hyatt in Lake Washington, checked out the La Dulce Pop-Up, ordered lunch from Sam Choy's Poke to the Max, grabbed coffee at Coffeeholic, and picked up Lao Sausage at Vientiane Grocery Market and Banh Mi's at Q Bakery. Meanwhile, Monica visited Seattle Cinnamon Roll twice, grabbed takeout from Twisted Cuban Cafe and Kiriba Sushi, had beverages from Dutch Bros and Fick's Hard Seltzer. Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast!
Wine and beverage expert Mike Bailey and professional chef Stuart Reb Donald host this weekly foodie show sundays 8 to 9 AM on FM TALK 106.5 in Mobile. Mike and Leeanna today, Greer's Van Cleve Mississippi, fried green tomatoes, grits, food shacks, Mary's Southern Kitchen, Cozy Brown's, goat head, every part, La Barista, in Texas, Colorado, Bob's Downtown Diner, stroganoff, with mushrooms, grapes and growing stress, gravel, limestone,
To say that a lot has happened in 2020 would be an understatement. The arrival of COVID-19 put the restaurant industry on uncertain footing. That uncertainty is reflected in many recent "Eat It, Virginia!" podcast interviews. But this week, we take you back in time. All the way back to January 2020, when we sat down with Brenner Pass co-owner James Kohler to learn about his accession from Richmond dishwasher to partner at one of the city's top restaurants. We also caught up with Southern Kitchen owner Shane Roberts-Thomas about her fight to stay open during COVID and her recent appearance in "Chopped." This week's episode is brought to you by Hungry Harvest. Subscribe to the new "Eat It, Virginia!" YouTube page for your chance to win free Hungry Harvest. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
RUN This week we did the RunDisney Virtual 5K honoring the classic attraction Space Mountain. We headed to Punta Gorda and found Laishley Park to complete this run. It was a great view of the water with paved paths. It would even provide us with bridge-work, if we needed it. We have earned the medal and cannot wait to receive it as it was one of the first coasters that captured our hearts and still makes us feel like kids again. EAT Leroy’s Southern Kitchen & Bar was a wonderful find in Punta Gorda. It has the atmosphere of a country kitchen. We had a Fried Green Tomato appetizer with a different spin and great dipping sauce. Our meals were incredible as well, from Pork and Pancakes to a classic. Ribeye with the perfect char and sides. We had a dessert that took us back to childhood in the banana cream pudding. There was so much more on the menu to try. We will return and think you should too! Leroy’s Southern Kitchen & Bar Is one of our favorites that we’ve featured on the show. DRINK Leroy’s Southern Kitchen & Bar is a bourbon bar and boasts a substantial cocktail list as well as a wide variety of Florida locals on tap perfect for a refreshing post-run beverage. There were several different types of Old Fashioned cocktails, but we had to have the Cornbread Old Fashioned. Cornbread-infused whiskey? Sign us up. It was so delicious! We’ve got to go again and sample a few more of their original creations. THAT’S A WRAP! If you love what you hear, now, you can become a patron and support the show, too! There are multiple patronage levels from $2 to $10, each with their own special perks. Find out more and support the show here: https://www.patreon.com/Runeatdrinkpodcast Or if you are a Podbean user, here: https://patron.podbean.com/runeatdrinkpodcast Another great way to support us for free is to post a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. We had one that warmed our hearts this week, so we shared it. Your support with one really helps us grow our Runcation Nation! Share a great virtual race or a place where we should all run, eat, and drink together when this tough time is over! Our email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Or you can call 941- 677-2733. Leave us a 1-minute message and let us make you runcation nation famous! Thank you for listening! We are looking forward to another great year of the podcast because of all your support! Don’t forget to follow us and let us know where to find you next on our website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Also, check out our store on the website and get some swag, thanks to Pure Creative Apparel. Thanks to PodcastMusic.com for providing the music for this episode, too!
Shane Roberts-Thomas is a Tasmanian devil. At least that's what she told a worldwide television audience when her Richmond restaurant Southern Kitchen was featured in "Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell and Back." The show, which travels the country helping restaurants improve their business, was filmed in October 2019 and debuted on television in February 2020. Roberts-Thomas sat down with Eat It, Virginia! co-hosts Scott Wise and Robey Martin to break down Gordon Ramsay's surprise visit to Richmond and discussed the life decisions she made that led her to open a restaurant. The Gordon Ramsay experience started with a phone call. "[The producers called] and they didn't say was Gordon Ramsay. They said it was [a show called 'Famous Kitchens,'" Roberts-Thomas recalled. "[They said] they were just calling because they had heard about me. And they do a lot of analytics and they wanted to feature me on a new show and that 'the expert' is looking at you. I said, 'Who is the expert?' They said, 'We can't tell you.'"This expert we can tell you.'" She signed the papers and allowed the producers to set-up cameras and microphones in her new Jackson Ward restaurant to collect the content they needed to make the show. Weeks passed, until one day a disguised guest arrived in the dining room. "You see [Gordon] go, 'Shane,'" she said. "The record scratched, the bombs dropped, the wind started blowing, you were like -- it's a hurricane!" A what a storm it was -- and has been -- for Roberts-Thomas and her family. Get the full story on Eat It, Virginia! with Scott and Robey.
We’re down south in Richmond Virginia at Southern Kitchen with owner Shane who is on her second attempt at the restaurant business. She has enlisted her daughters as well who have also invested. Gordon goes undercover as an old woman reading erotic fiction. The undercover cameras show an angry owner and no communication. Chelsea, Shane’s daughter, fires back and puts a lot of blame on a lazy staff. The chefs have a good palette and skills if Shane would let them use them. Chelsea and Kelyn admit to Gordon that she doesn’t want to really be there. Shane doesn’t seem to want to accept that. But she finally does and wants her daughters to live their own life. The remodel looks warm and inviting and the staff is fired up! Today's After Show Was Hosted By: Mike Thieling, Xia Anderson, Saba Hailemariam Follow us on http://www.Twitter.com/AfterBuzzTV "Like" Us on http://www.Facebook.com/AfterBuzzTV For more After Shows for your favorite TV shows and the latest news in TV, Film, and exclusive celebrity interviews, visit http://www.AfterBuzzTV.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
On today's episode, Amy Kinslow walks us through her journey of transitioning her side hustle to a full time career. She shares why being slow and steady has been so important to her growth as an entrepreneur. Amy also gives us some great tips for selling at a craft and barn market and the difference between a showroom booth and her craft booth. She goes over how she's decided what products to develop and what made her decide to go beyond stationery. This is a jam packed interview loaded with great takeaways. About Amy Kinslow: Southern Fried Design Barn is a full-service design studio and southern-inspired gift company based in Nashville, Tennessee. Owned and operated by graphic designer, Amy Kinslow. Amy offers graphic design services including logo design, product design, social media graphics and much more. SFDB’s gift company ranges from stationery products, art prints, gift tags, zipper pouches, shirts, and kitchen towels. Sold retail and wholesale, SFDB is currently carried in over 250 stores nationwide. Amy graduated Middle Tennessee State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in graphic design. She has held corporate designer positions for Fortune 500 company, Country Music Television and for the gift industry leader, C.R. Gibson. Her work has been featured on the CMT Music Awards, in Southern Living Magazine and sold in T.J. Maxx, Target and Staples. In addition, she has collaborated on gift products for Nashville restaurant, The Loveless Cafe and ABC’s The Chew star, Carla Hall and her Brooklyn, New York based restaurant, Carl Hall’s Southern Kitchen. Since a very young age, Amy knew she wanted to be in the art field for your life career. Growing up on a cattle farm in Middle Tennessee, Amy understood hard work and also learned to appreciate the priceless things in life; such as, summers outdoors, family, and her faith. The stories her grandparents and parents would share about their life growing up never grew old to her. In college, she began to really take interest in southern history and culture. It helped to revive those family stories she was told as a child. SFDB products are proudly designed and printed in Nashville, Tennessee. Amy has teamed up with local silkscreen studios and printers to help produce products. Many of our kitchen towels and shirts are still hand-silkscreened today. Not only are you supporting Amy when purchasing a SFDB product but you’re also supporting these fellow Nashville artisans and businesses as well. Website: https://www.southernfrieddesign.com/ Facebook: https://twitter.com/southernfriedtn Twitter: https://twitter.com/southernfriedtn Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/southernfrieddesignbarn/ Links: To get 50% off your first year with Honeybook, go to positivelycreative.net/honeybook! About The Positively Creative Podcast: The Positively Creative Podcast was created by Dorothy Collier, artist of Dorothy Art, for creative entrepreneurs. When Dorothy started having a positive outlook on every aspect of her life, including her art career, the creativity and opportunities started overflowing! Join her as she chats with other small business owners, discussing the ins and outs of how to run a creative business and how they make it in their respective fields. To learn more about The Positively Creative Podcast, visit our website or head over to our Patreon page! You can also find Dorothy on Instagram at @positivelycreativepodcast and @dorothyart!
Pinnacle Southern Kitchen at Rumbling Bald Resort is a treat for all! Come on down and try any of our delicious offers and you will not be disappointed! Whatever you decide to try.... make sure you end it with the Bananas Foster Cheesecake! But, trust me, this is one dessert you will NOT want to share, so make sure you get your own! Let me know what you guys think after you have been there and what your favorites are!
By now, listeners will be familiar with the Drinking Partners critiques of Pittsburgh cuisine, but Ed and Day giddily welcome the owners of Walter’s Southern Kitchen into the studio. Partners Joel and Chris are on the receiving end of the Drinking Partner’s energetic praise, as the interview opens with the duo reveling in the Lawrenceville restaurant’s offerings as they taste some of Walter’s favorites. Ed and Day are in a rare state of agreement as they sip and sample, and the conversation swings between the history of Walter’s (including an explanation of the name) and their plans for the future, one that focuses on food, culture, and community. Neither Joel nor Chris are willing to share the secrets of their syrup, yet they do share the extensive processes involved in using their custom-built smoker and explain the differences in angus cows. The end of the episode highlights what makes Walter’s Southern Kitchen unique as Chris delves into how the food is prepared. A must listen for foodies as Ed and Day unite in their gleaming review of Walter’s. Find out more here: www.walterspgh.com.
Labor Day barbecues, how to make the perfect steak, ribs, chicken veggies. Yardbird, Spring Chicken executive chef Patrick Rebholz gives tips. And more, Sun Sentinel’s restaurant reviewer Michael Mayo has the latest restaurant news.
Welcome to Episode 4 of the podcast, featuring a conversation with Chef Aaron Scherr of Belle Southern Kitchen + Bar. Find them at 1919 4th Street SW in Calgary, AB. Their website is www.bellebbq.com, on Instagram @BelleBBQCalgary, on Facebook at Belle Southern Kitchen + Bar and on Twitter @BelleBBQCalgary. Check out the Alberta BBQ Trail at www.albertabbqtrail.ca and follow on Twitter @bbq_trail or Instagram at albertabbqtrail. The restaurants participating in the Alberta BBQ Trail are Big Sky BBQ Pit, Olde Smokey's BBQ Shack, Belle Southern Kitchen + Bar, Big T's Barbecue & Smokehouse, Paddy's Barbecue a & Brewery and Rocky Mountain BBQ Catering. Please check them out and use the hashtag #albertabbqtrail on your social media posts. Walk The YYC can be found online at www.walktheyyc.com, on Twitter @YycWalk and on Instagram at Walk The YYC. They offer Calgary's only free walking tours as well as a paid Craft Beer & BBQ Tour. All music on The Eat More Barbecue podcast has been graciously provided by Alan Horabin. Eat More Barbecue can be found at www.eatmorebarbecue.ca, on Facebook & Instagram at eat_more_barbecue and on Twitter @eatmorebarbecue. Thanks for listening. Please subscribe, rate and review. This podcast is an EatMoreBarbecue production.
For our Season 2 finale, we sat with Trisha Yearwood. Trisha is a platinum-selling, multiple Grammy, CMA and ACM Award winning vocalist. Aside from music, her first cookbook debuted on the New York Times Bestsellers list in 2008, which later turned into its own Food Network show, Trisha’s Southern Kitchen. Join us as we dig into her life in the food world, what she cooks for her husband Garth Brooks, what he cooks for her and how she gives back to the community.
Tweet LIVE this Sunday, May 6th at 635pm Small Bites with Glenn Gross and Derek Timm of Bluejeanfood.com on Wildfire Radio with Cinco de Mayo! on most Americans minds this weekend, we are happy to welcome Chef Eddie Hernandez who was born in Monterrey, Mexico and is the executive chef of Taqueria del Sol. He and his business partner, Mike Klank , were nominated for a 2017 James Beard Foundation Outstanding Restaurateur Award. His recipes have appeared in Bon Appétit Magazine, Food & Wine, Southern Living, and Garden & Gun Magazine. He joins us to talk about his new cookbook “Turnip Greens & Tortillas: A Mexican Chef Spices Up the Southern Kitchen” from Rux Martin and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt written with Susan Puckett. USA TODAY called Taqueria del Sol “a runaway success.” Bon Appétit wrote: “Move over, Chipotle!” The fast-casual food of Eddie Hernandez, the James Beard-nominated chef/co-owner of the restaurant, lands on the commonalities of Southern and Mexican food, with dishes like Memphis barbecue pork tacos, chicken pot pie served in a “bowl” of a puffed tortilla, turnip greens in “pot likker” spiked with chiles, or the “Eddie Palmer,” sweet tea with a jab of tequila. Eddie never hesitates to break with purists to make food taste better, adding sugar to creamy grits to balance the jalapeños, or substituting tomatillos in fried green tomatoes for a more delicate texture. Throughout, “Eddie's Way” sidebars show how to make each dish even more special. What a treat! Then coming on the show will be Ray Sheehan the Event Organizer of the 2nd Annual Philadelphia All Star Craft Beer & Wine Festival at Citizens Bank Park. After a sell-out crowd last year, thousands of beer enthusiasts and wine lovers will return to Citizens Bank Park on May 19, 2018 for the The Philly All-Star Craft Beer, Wine, and Cocktail Festival. Guests will be treated like ballpark royalty with exclusive giveaways, activities, and amazing craft beer and wine samples from around the world. This year, the festival area has expanded by 50% to provide attendees with more space to walk around, hang out with their friends, and have fun! With over 100 craft beer and wine vendors, food vendors, and live musical entertainment, guests are guaranteed the experience of a lifetime. Ticket holders will also receive free parking, a voucher for two (2) tickets to a Phillies game at Citizens Bank Park, and get a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get their picture taken in the Philadelphia Phillies dugout after walking the bases and warning track! This year, “The Yard” will also be open for attendees to take swings at the Phillies new whiffle ball park, and enjoy a variety of games throughout the entire concourse, such as giant bocci, fowling, cornhole, and even shoot some hot dogs from the Hatfield hot dog launcher. Four DJ's, and two Acoustic Duo's will also amp up the crowd, and keep the party going. Additionally, the Phillies vs. Cardinals will be airing LIVE on the giant 1,500” screen and dozens of screens throughout the ballpark to provide a true all star experience. The event runs from 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm and VIP ticket holders will have access to the Hall of Fame Club/VIP Area with one-hour early entry at 2:00 p.m., and additional select beer & wine samples. The All-Star Craft Beer and Wine will benefit the Phila FOP Lodge 5 and Michael Barkann's The Barkann Family Healing Hearts Foundation uniting a sense of community in the Philadelphia region. The Foundation provides financial assistance to families who are in need, due to recent adversity or tragedy and are immensely grateful to be a part of the festival. Planning to take the festival across the nation, Dennis Gaudenzi, owner of Upcoming Events.com is thrilled to host the annual festival in the City of Brotherly Love for its second year. He says “We are so excited to have this Festival at one of the best Ballparks in the Majors – the Home of the Phillies! It is certain to be a “can't miss” event with entertainment and great craft beer and wine, both local and from around the world!” It's an event that should not be missed! For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit: www.BallparkFestival.com. Also joining us will be Domenick Crimi the General Manager of Cappuccio's Meats Old World Butcher Shop a Family Affair Since 1920 in the heart of 9th Street Italian Market. Cappuccio's Meats has been providing authentic Italian sausage and curated meats for almost 100 years. They have more sausage flavors than anyone in the region, and as an added bonus you can get dry aged steaks and a variety of other gourmet meats from them. They are great! We are also thrilled to welcome Nancy Sirianni a singer, songwriter, actor and producer from Long Island, New York. Her long-time group, recording artists the scoldees, released two critically acclaimed CDs of original music that received nationwide airplay: MY PATHETIC LIFE and NIGHTCAP WORLD (OHR Records ©2000 and 2003). Band credits include Woodstock '99, Mountain Stage New Song Music Festival, The Bottom Line (NYC),The Whisky A Go-Go (LA), and Jazz in Duketown - Café De Smidse in Leiden, The Netherlands. Solo credits include a recent performance at the famous Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee, and opening for American Idol Taylor Hicks at the Mid-Hudson Civic Center in Poughkeepsie, NY. You can hear Nancy's original songs National Lampoon's One Two Many (available on DVD), as well as six independent films and MTV reality shows MADE and MY SUPER SWEET 16. She is coming on to talk about her appearance playing an acoustic set with guitar player extraordinaire Jon Lauter at Susan Robbins Rhythm & Verse: A Literary and Music Salon Chestnut Hill Friends Meeting on Friday night, May 18th in Philadelphia. We can't wait! We are all about having quality family time here at Small Bites and as such we welcome Jen Chiou the CEO of CodeSpeak Labs. They have recently released CodeSpeak Books. These are Children's Story Books for kids to learn computer coding concepts. For our kids' generation, coding-- the language of computers and technology-- is going to be a necessary literacy. Like learning any language, it's easiest for kids to start learning the fundamentals early on, in age appropriate ways. How to Turn Your Grown-Up into a Robot and Other Coding Stories is our hardcover Children's Book with 3 fun stories for kids in grades PreK-2. You can order a copy of the book on their website: http://www.codespeaklabs.com/hour-of-code Small Bites Radio correspondent Actor John DiRenzo is out and about with his valuable insight and experience in the culinary world so be sure to catch him on QVC selling the high quality Copper Chef products and getting ready for his new show Regional Eats. You say you STILL NEED MORE!!! Don't forget we still have our regular weekly segments from Courier-Post nightlife correspondent and The New York Times recognized John Howard-Fusco for his news of the week and please remember that John's book “A Culinary History of Cape May: Salt Oysters, Beach Plums & Cabernet Franc” from Arcadia Publishing The History Press is now available to buy, Chef Barbie Marshall who is a Chef Gordon Ramsay Hell's Kitchen Season 10 finalist and appeared on Season 17 of FOX Hell's Kitchen #AllStars, and Chef Barbie was named Pennsylvania's most influential chef by Cooking Light will delight us with her tip of the week, and a joke of the week from legendary joke teller Jackie Martling of The Howard Stern Show fame and Jackie "The Joke Man" Martling with his autobiography “The Joke Man: Bow to Stern” from Post Hill Press with foreword by Artie Lange available to order on Amazon.com. Fat Jack's BBQ and Bluejeanfood.com hope you will use the TuneIn app to listen worldwide or also catch Small Bites Radio syndicated LIVE Sundays on KGTK 920AM, KITZ 1400AM, KSBN 1230AM, KBNP 1410AM, distributed by satellite through the Salem Radio Network, ScyNet Radio, Stitcher Radio, PodOmatic, and TryThisDish Radio which is the only independently owned and operated international chef-driven foodie and lifestyle radio network in the world! Also repeats of our shows are available to be listened to daily on the above platforms 5:30pm-6:30pm and on Mondays at 10am on Wildfire Radio, and as usual the newest episodes are available the following day on iTunes and PlayerFM. The post Small Bites Episode 83 appeared first on Wildfire Radio.
Local flavor: Harper’s Table: http://www.harperstable.com Instacrush: lillyluvscakes: https://www.instagram.com/lillyluvscakes/ mines_caken_and_sweets: https://www.instagram.com/mines_caken_and_sweets/ blondieandrye: https://www.instagram.com/blondieandrye/ Topics: Waterside District: http://watersidedistrict.com Simple by Diana Henry: https://www.amazon.com/Simple-Diana-Henry/dp/1784722049 Iron Chef Gauntlet: http://www.foodnetwork.com/shows/iron-chef-gauntlet Rooster’s Southern Kitchen: http://roosterssouthernkitchen.com Scotch Bonnet Fudges: http://scotchbonnetfudges.com Danielle’s Gender Reveal Cake: https://www.instagram.com/p/BS_iOEpFfzu/ Most Popular Food Pinterest Searches by State: https://blog.pinterest.com/en/what-world-are-we-eating-food-faves-alabama-australia Clear coffee: http://mashable.com/2017/04/20/this-company-makes-clear-coffee/ Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino: https://www.starbucks.com/menu/drinks/frappuccino-blended-beverages/unicorn-frappuccino-blended-crème Food at Coachella: https://www.coachella.com/guidebook/eat-drink/
This week on the Radio DePaul Podcast, we speak to an NGO working to solve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and hear about the human costs of conflict. Special thanks to our sponsors Snarf's Sandwiches and Luella's Southern Kitchen.
Some things are tough to talk about, but need to be discussed. This week, we take a closer look. *Disclaimer: this episode deals with the topic of sexual assault. Special thanks to our sponsors, Snarf's Sandwiches and Luella's Southern Kitchen!
Episode 4: Wrap It Up. In honor of the gift giving season our episode this month is, Wrap It Up, but ironically we talk about gifts that need no wrapping. We discuss giving, not in the material sense, but about giving of ourselves and giving in a way that helps others. We will talk with Carla Hall Cohost of ABC’s smash daytime talk show The Chew and a Top Chef and Top Chef All-Stars Fan Favorite. She is the author of two cookbooks, “Carla’s Comfort Food: Favorite Dishes from Around the World” and “Cooking with Love: Comfort Food That Hugs You”, and in June of this year she opened her first restaurant: Carla Hall’s Southern Kitchen. She’ll tell us about giving love, comfort, and the spirit of the holidays through the food we prepare and serve. We discuss charitable giving and finding the right organization with Philanthropy Advisor, Buffy Beaudion-Schwartz and we also speak with Catherine Bedolla and Bryan Sheavly of the Howard County Economic Developement Authority about shopping locally and giving back to the community. Carla Hall http://www.carlahall.com/ Carla Hall’s Southern Kitchen http://www.carlahallsouthernkitchen.com/ Buffy Beaudoin-Schwartz www.buffybschwartz.com Howard County Economic Development Authority (HCEDA) http://hceda.org/ Ellicott City Midnight Madness http://visitellicottcity.com/midmad/ For books related to this topic at HCLS: http://bit.ly/HCLSHiJinx4
Join host Elisa Camahort Page as she speaks with Carla Hall. She’s one of the hosts on “The Chew,” a trained chef and owner of the restaurant, Carla Hall’s Southern Kitchen, and author of the books, “Carla’s Comfort Food: Favorite Dishes from Around the World” and “Cooking with Love: Comfort Food That Hugs You.” Guests: Carla Hall @carlahall http://www.carlahall.com/ Mentioned in the show: A Return to Love by Marianne Williamson https://marianne.com/a-return-to-love/ Awaken to a New Earth by Eckholt Tolle https://www.eckharttolle.com/books/newearth/ Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert http://www.elizabethgilbert.com/books/eat-pray-love/ Event coming up: #BlogHerFood16 registration: http://blogherfood16.eventbrite.com Get in touch: email@example.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On the latest episode, I sit down with culinary historian Michael Twitty to discuss his new book, The Cooking Gene, and his open letter to chef Sean Brock, which addresses current racial inequalities in the Charleston food scene. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ariel Abrahams joins David at Double Wide Bar and Southern Kitchen as they read chapters 13-17. In which Avraham has some more kids nobody cares about, a stew gets going, and a plotline is recycled for the third time
This week's show takes on a cruise on the Schooner Jeanie B in Washington, follows a unique history trail in Charlotte, visits the Lost Colony in Manteo, samples wine at Treehouse Vineyards in Monroe, and Bob Garner samples the fare at the Southern Kitchen in Whiteville.