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Every week on Spilled Milk, writers/comedians Molly Wizenberg and Matthew Amster-Burton start with a food-related topic, from apples to winter squash to Korean junk food, and run with it as far as they can go--and, regrettably, sometimes further.
Catholic Culinary Inspiration to Help You Grow in Faith Around the Table – CatholicFoodie.com... Where Food Meets Faith!
The Catholic Foodie brings much more to the table than merely recipes and reviews. The show highlights how food - good food - can be a sign to us of God’s love and care for each of us and our families. The tagline, "where food meets faith," speaks volumes about the importance of family, which is so often developed around the kitchen table.
Tuesdays at 12:00PM EST Dave Arnold, chef and inventor, answers listener questions on the latest innovative techniques, equipment, and ingredients in the food world. Each week on Cooking Issues, Dave solves your cooking dilemmas with his mile-a-minute stream of knowledge. Got a question on ike-jime, the Japanese fish killing technique? We got you covered. Hydrocolloids, sous-vide, liquid nitrogen? No problem. Have a question about pimping your oven to make great pizza? Give us a call. Occasionally Dave will invite special guest chefs, bartenders, authors and columnists to join the show. Check out Dave’s blog for more: www.CookingIssues.com Dave Arnold grew up in the New York area and began tinkering with restaurant equipment after earning his Master of Fine Arts from Columbia University’s School of the Arts. In 2004, Arnold founded the Museum of Food and Drink in New York to promote learning about the history and culture of food. In 2005, The International Culinary Center, home of The French Culinary Institute, tapped him to head its new Culinary Technology Department. Dave recently signed a double book deal with Norton Publishing. His first book will explore the science behind cocktails. Heritage Radio Network. All Rights Reserved.
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The Nosh Show is a podcast about junk food and fast food. It's hosted by four bloggers who have reviewed thousands of products from store shelves and fast food menus.
America's Test Kitchen is a real 2,500 square foot test kitchen located just outside of Boston that is home to more than three-dozen full-time cooks and product testers. Our mission is simple: to develop the absolute best recipes for all of your favorite foods. To do this, we test each recipe 30, 40, sometimes as many as 70 times, until we arrive at the combination of ingredients, technique, temperature, cooking time, and equipment that yields the best, most-foolproof recipe.
Earth Eats is a weekly program of real food and green living bringing you the freshest news and recipes inspired by seasonal ingredients and sustainable agriculture. Earth Eats is a production of Indiana Public Media in Bloomington, Indiana. New episodes every Friday afternoon.
American Public Media's The Splendid Table is public radio's culinary, culture, and lifestyle program that celebrates food and its ability to touch the lives and feed the souls of everyone. Each week, award-winning host Lynne Rossetto Kasper leads listeners on a journey of the senses and hosts discussions with a variety of writers and personalities who share their passion for the culinary delights updated every Friday.
Celebrating a way of life that encompasses compassion for everyone and emphasizing the fact that being vegan is a means rather than an end in itself, the Food for Thought podcast addresses all aspects of eating and living compassionately and healthfully. Each episode addresses commonly asked questions about being vegan, including those regarding animal rights, food, cooking, eating, nutrition, and debunks the myths surrounding these issues. Drawing upon poetry, short stories, and other forms of literature, this is a unique podcast that leaves listeners feeling inspired, empowered, and motivated to live according to their values of compassion and wellness. Hosted by vegan author and expert Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, who has sparked a movement of self-professed "joyful vegans."
Jenni Murray and Jane Garvey are joined by leading chefs and food writers who share their secrets for perfect home-cooked dishes. From BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour.
Make sure to LISTEN and WATCH Jazzy Vegetarian starring LAURA THEODORE, now on National Public Television, PBS and the CREATE Channel! It's time to jazz up your weekly menu with popular television and radio host, Laura Theodore, the Jazzy Vegetarian. ON RADIO: Jazzy Vegetarian Radio focuses on healthy, tasty recipes, eco-entertaining tips, celebrity interviews, and upbeat music, served up with a bit of fun on the side! Each show speaks to health conscious people of all ages, by reaching out to dedicated vegans and non‐vegetarians alike, who are on the path to wellness and health through plant-based food choices. ON TELEVISION: Jazzy Vegetarian airs on National Public Television and the Create Channel (check your local listings), and features 39 half-hour episodes serving up mouthwatering, easy-to-prepare vegan menus for anybody looking for delicious, nutritious food. ABOUT LAURA: Ms. Theodore is a vegan chef, award-winning television host, radio personality, award-winning jazz singer and actor, and cookbook author. Ms. Theodore has made guest appearances on ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX and Public Television, and she has been featured on THE TALK on CBS, Insider/Entertainment Tonight, News 4-NBC, Fox News 8, Better TV, and WCBS Radio. Laura has been featured in the New York Times, New York Daily News, New York Post, VegNews, Family Circle, Readers Digest, PBS Food, and Healthy Aging, among many others. She is author of Jazzy Vegetarian Classics" and “Jazzy Vegetarian: Lively Cuisine Made Easy and Delicious." A love for good food, compassion for animals, and enthusiasm for great music has created a joyous life path for Laura Theodore. So let's get JAZZY with the Jazzy Vegetarian! Making the world a better place, ONE RECIPE at a time!
KYW Newsradio reporters check out the trends on Philadelphia's fashion, dining and club scene.
Joy the Baker and Tracy of Shutterbean.com discuss life's important issues: cake, candy, cameras, boys, and lip gloss
The Stella Culinary School Podcast is our flagship audio series that started it all. Originally known as "The Free Culinary School Podcast," this ongoing series starts with the most basic skills, with each episode building on the next as your knowledge grows. Hosted by Jacob Burton, Executive Chef of The Cedar House Sport Hotel and Stella Restaurant, this podcast strives to replicate the same lectures that a student would receive at top culinary schools around the world. As Chef Jacob puts it, "This is the most important content that we produce here at Stella Culinary. The only difference between an amateur cook and a professional cook is their deep understanding of the science and technique that makes great food possible." This podcast was created to give its listeners a firm understanding of basic and advanced cooking techniques, with a focus on food science.
Complete episode: Explore the cultural, social, scientific, historical and sensual world of food with Michael Mackenzie on ABC Radio National's RN First Bite. Published every Saturday.
A show about food (but not always). Big flavor, minimal effort recipes by Emmy Award-winning host Sam the Cooking Guy. New episodes every M, W, F. Watch and participate! http://facebook.com/samthecookingguy, @thecookingguy, http://thesamlivecast.com This audio cast is specifically made so that you can listen to us on your music player or in your car. Don't forget to check out our high-quality, 720p (HD) cast as well as our mobile video optimized (SD) cast. You can find them right here on iTunes when searching for 'The Sam Livecast'.
On the Menu...Live! with Matt Russell
Following faith through the market to the kitchen and the family table, an Orthodox Christian perspective.
Tarabud is the host and writer of Foodie Out Of The Closet blog. Fascinated with organic farming, humanely raised animals, cooking, fine dining, the impact of our consumption on the planet, and sharing secrets of the Bay Area! Join her on a journey through the Bay Area's farmer markets, restaurants, local beauty! http://FoodieOutOftheCloset.blogspot.com
No punch bowls or ice rings here. We are using straws, boxes and communal vessels. Though she's had a few bad experiences with Fruit Punch in the past, Molly braves through artificial flavoring like a pro. Through band names, flower beds and riddles we are determined to find out what fruit is actually inside Fruit Punch. EXPLICIT. www.spilledmilkpodcast.com Kool Aid commercial Royal Blood band
On today’s show we do something a little different… we take a bite out of scripture and chew on the readings from Sunday’s Mass. The Church reminds us – in the documents of Vatican II and in the Catechism of the Catholic Church – that the Lord feeds us at Mass with both the Sacrament of his Body and Blood and also with his Word. This reality was certainly highlighted for me in Sunday’s readings, and I thought it would be profitable for me to share that with you today. Please note that there are two podcast episodes embedded below: Part 1 and Part 2. I had a lot to share with you on the readings and how they pertain to our daily lives and it took me to two shows to share it all. Sunday’s Feeding Frenzy Sunday’s Mass readings were all about feeding and being fed. From Elisha’s multiplying food and feeding 100 people in the Second Book of Kings to Jesus feeding the 5000 in the Gospel of John, we are reminded – as the Responsorial Psalm tells us – that “the hand of the Lord feeds us; he answers...
PART 2 - Sunday’s Mass readings were all about feeding and being fed. From Elisha’s multiplying food and feeding 100 people in the Second Book of Kings to Jesus feeding the 5000 in the Gospel of John, we are reminded – as the Responsorial Psalm tells us – that “the hand of the Lord feeds us; he answers all our needs.” Full show notes can be found at CatholicFoodie.com.
This week on Cooking Issues, Paul Adams, the senior editor for Popular Science, joins Dave Arnold in the studio to answer your questions! Not only does he help Dave with the questions, but he came with a gift! Tune in to listen to Dave using the Rollie Egg Cooker that Paul brought him, along with answers on Euell Gibbons and foraging, making a Tom Collins Cocktail without lemon, Lardo, and cooking pork loin. "To me, berries become more delicious in mass quantity. Like, you want a full face of berry." [5:00] "Don't blame me if you're dead, but I think you're fine eating it." [35:00] --Dave Arnold on Cooking Issues
Erin of the website The Impatient Gardener joins me, Eric to talk about gardening, ornamentals, & sailing. Check out Erin’s website here. Erin and I are part of the TroyBilt Saturday6, and met this spring. Erin came to gardening through her mother, and when buying her first home, started her website to chronicle her gardening... Read More » The post Gardening & Sailing with Erin of The Impatient Gardener – GF Radio 386 appeared first on GardenFork.TV - DIY Living.
Sunday’s Mass readings were all about feeding and being fed. From Elisha’s multiplying food and feeding 100 people in the Second Book of Kings to Jesus feeding the 5000 in the Gospel of John, we are reminded – as the Responsorial Psalm tells us – that “the hand of the Lord feeds us; he answers all our needs.” Full show notes can be found at CatholicFoodie.com.
In this episode, find out which of the four Lay's Do Us a Flavor finalists we'd nosh. We also share our thoughts about Oreo Thins and Limited Edition Key Lime Oreo Cookies. Thanks for listening! Show notes can be found below or at www.thenoshshow.com/60/. What We're Drinking Dubba Marvo Follow Up JFG's Oreo Thins review JFG's Key Lime Pie Oreo review Nosh or Not Press release announcing the four Do Us a Flavor finalists Nosh or Not of the Week Trader Joe's Just the Clusters Ginger Almond Cashew Cereal Snyder's of Hanover BowTies Trader Joe's Cocoa Batons
Many poultry shows have been canceled. What this could mean for Jana Wilson's rare chicken breeds. Flan with Seth Elgar. And, farm chemicals and cancer rates.
Sruthi Pinnamaneni on buffalo milk, Maria Elia on Greek cheese, Jolie Kerr on cleaning, Melissa Daka on wine, The Perennial Plate.
Rick and Eric discuss the new GardenFork Patreon Campaign for listeners to support GardenFork, and how it diversifies the GF income stream. More info here: https://www.patreon.com/gardenfork?ty=h The video of musician Jack Conte explaining how he co-founded Patreon is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K9NjntTUJ1Q We talk a bit about our upcoming show about weight loss with Mike, Rick references... Read More » The post Bees, Patreon, Dieting, & Chunk Charcoal – GF Radio 385 appeared first on GardenFork.TV - DIY Living.
The heat is literally frying/melting/murdering our brains so please accept our pre-emptive apology for the rambling nonsense in this episode. While our thermometers climb past 90, we chat cool treats and find that our love for Madonna and Beyonce is fierce. Molly and Campari are sitting in a tree while Matthew, well... haters gonna hate. EXPLICIT. www.spilledmilkpodcast.com Open Your Heart video Papa Don't Preach video Express Yourself video November Rain video Otter Pops
This week on Cooking Issues, Dave Arnold sits down with Jack Schramm, bartender at Booker and Dax, and food royalty Harold Mcgee, a California based author who writes about the science behind food and cooking. The breadth of his knowledge of cooking resulted in "On Food and Cooking", a monumental book for both professional and amateur chefs alike. On the show Dave and Harold join forces to answer listener questions on heterocyclic amines, foaming root beer, pressure cookers, gin and tonics, caramel, legumes, and Harold Mcgee's freaky side. This program was brought to you by Heritage Foods USA "You go into the kitchen, you give it a shot, and you try to adapt." [50:00] --Harold Mcgee on Cooking Issues "Every time [Dave is] saying something is not safe and it's specifically [Dave] saying it's not safe, I wouldn't recommend doing it." [20:00] --Jack Schramm on Cooking Issues "There are certain things that are an abomination. If you want to take pepsi cola and mix it with petrus........ that...
On The Catholic Foodie Show today we are talking about one of my favorite foods in all the world… PIZZA! We not only talk creative topping combinations, but we also hear the end of the interview I did last week with Baking Steel founder and creator Andris Lagsdin. And… as I have promised over and over again, I do have voice feedback to share with you today from my friend Angela Sealana. That’s right, I have finally figured out how to give technical difficulties to my technical difficulties.
Feedback from Angela Sealana, the conclusion of my interview with Baking Steel founder and creator Andris Lagsdin, plus pizza topping combination suggestions! Listen to the show for all the details. Full show notes can be found by clicking here: CatholicFoodie.com.
The question I get more than any other is “What do you feed your cats?” Many years ago, I produced a podcast episode that addressed this issue but included additional unrelated information. And so, it was time to dedicate an updated episode to this topic, which also includes how dogs do on a vegan diet. Thank you to listener supporters and to our sponsor The American Antivivisection Society. Listen by subscribing to the RSS feed or listening through iTunes, Stitcher, or Soundcloud.
Small producers still feel the effects of #BoycottIndiana. Farmers could be forced to improve worker housing. And, pickles for tacos with No Coast Reserve.
Mark Lynas on GMOs, Adam Gollner on Abruzzo, Amy Bentley on baby food, Barbara Mazur on Fania Lewando.
Do These 8 Thing and be more creative insightful is an article Rick tweeted and I read. Then we talked about it here on GardenFork Radio. Or at least we eventually got to it, after the usual back and forth. Happens. First we have to talk about malaria. How do our microphones sound? We are... Read More » The post Brainstorming Better Creative Ideas – GF Radio 384 appeared first on GardenFork.TV - DIY Living.
St. Bonaventure, Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Jesus, reviews and blog posts about The Catholic Foodie, AND money-saving tips for summer eats. All this and more on The Catholic Foodie Show today! Yes, it is possible to save money while still putting delicious home-cooked meals on the table for our families. On today’s show we discuss some ways to do just that… including grilling instead of cooking inside, having picnics in your own backyard or at a local park, and hitting the local farmers markets and roadside stands for fresh local produce. Check out this article (6 Ways to Trim Your Summer Food Bill) and listen to the show for more! LISTEN TO THE SHOW Click the play button below to listen to the show. You can always right-click and save-as to download the show for listening later. Thank You! Thank you for listening to The Catholic Foodie Show on YOU-Supported Real Life Radio! You know, you can always be a part of the show. Call me at 985-635-4974 and leave me a voice message. I can play your...
St. Bonaventure, Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Jesus, reviews and blog posts about The Catholic Foodie, AND money-saving tips for summer eats. All this and more on The Catholic Foodie Show today! Full show notes available by clicking here: CatholicFoodie.com.
Summer gifts us with glorious strawberries so we are gifting you with an heirloom variety quiz. We chat strawberries whether they be raw, cooked, jammed, stolen or hulled and find that there is little in this world that doesn't fluster Matthew. Be sure to stick around for the poetry reading. EXPLICIT. www.spilledmilkpodcast.com Poem
Technical difficulties, Monday morning foggy-headedness, and simply having too many things on my plate, make this one of the most challenging shows that I have done. Still, I think that the love of God and the goodness of pizza still shine through. The second half of the show contains excerpts from an interview I did a couple of years ago with my friend Andris Lagsdin, the founder and creator of the Baking Steel. Lots of good info – and good stories – here, folks, for those of you who love to eat good pizza, and for those who like to make good pizzas at home. LISTEN TO THE SHOW Click the play button below to listen to the show. You can always right-click and save-as to download the show for listening later.
Technical difficulties, Monday morning foggy-headedness, and simply having too many things on my plate, make this one of the most challenging shows that I have done. Still, I think that the love of God and the goodness of pizza still shine through. The second half of the show contains excerpts from an interview I did a couple of years ago with my friend Andris Lagsdin, the founder and creator of the Baking Steel. Lots of good info – and good stories – here, folks, for those of you who love to eat good pizza, and for those who like to make good pizzas at home. Full show notes can be found by clicking here: CatholicFoodie.com.
This week on Cooking Issues Dave Arnold answers more listener questions about making a simple syrup with lactose (you can't), the Roger Moore martini recipe, low temperature cooking with a circulator, whether or not bringing gelatin to a boil can ruin your home brew, and how to thicken a pasta sauce. Tune in for answers to these questions along with a rant on people who where their medical scrubs out on the street and Dave's theory on why James Bond orders his martini's "shaken, not stirred". This program was brought to you by Heritage Foods USA. "When you're cooking you're usually pretty on point to make it look like you're not doing something disgusting." [5:00] "Never run a circulator without covering it for any length of time." [18:00] "I've boiled gelatin many times and had it still set." [24:00] --Dave Arnold on Cooking Issues
We discuss two new Oreo varieties and a KFC pizza chicken. Plus, Eric, Nick from On Second Scoop, and Maria from Sometimes Foodie and Candyology 101 talk about their experiences at the 2015 Summer Fancy Food Show in New York. Show notes are below or at www.thenoshshow.com/59/. Thanks for listening! What We're Drinking Marvo Nick Follow Up Ryan's Taco Bell Cap'n Crunch Delights review TIB's Taco Bell Cap'n Crunch Delights review Nosh or Not Oreo Thins Eric's Oreo Thins review KFC Napoli Crispy Pizza Chicken Limited Edition Key Lime Pie Oreo Cookies 2015 Summer Fancy Food Show Eric's 2015 SFFS Adventure Day 1 Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 Eric's 2015 SFFS Haul Post Maria's 2015 SFFS Post Nick's SFFS Post Part 1 Nosh or Not of the Week Yoo-Hoo Candy Bar Stewart's Happy Camper Ice Cream Popeyes Hushpuppy Butterfly Shrimp General Mills Star Wars Cereal Doritos Dinamita Mojo Criollo
I share some of my culinary catastrophes on the show today… at least when it comes to grilling. More talk of early culinary mentors, and I share a my recipe for Lebanese Stuffed Squash, also known as Kousa Mahshi. Full show notes are available by clicking here: CatholicFoodie.com.
Masterchef semi-finalist Shivi Ramoutar cooks the perfect Caribbean Buljol Butties.
Cook the Perfect Pea and Watercress Soup with Mary McCartney
We look at the business relationships behind a local burger. No meat on our eggplant and cabbage tacos. And, is wet weather new normal for Midwestern summers?
Dennis Dimick on feeding 9 billion, Roy Choi on Korean food, Andrew Schloss on liqueur, Fred Plotkin on Italy.
Hot on the heels of my interview on Catholicism Live! last night we tackle the questions of gluttony, fasting and abstaining from meat on Fridays throughout the year on today’s show. I also supply you with resources for your life of faith and your kitchen counter. Listen in! LISTEN TO THE SHOW Click the play button below to listen to the show. You can always right-click and save-as to download the show for listening later. USCCB: Call to Prayer for Life, Marriage, and Religious Liberty As penitential practices, fasting and abstinence unites us to the redemptive suffering and death of the Lord. Latin Church Catholics in the United States are especially encouraged to abstain from meat on all Fridays throughout the year, in remembrance of the day Christ died for our salvation, and to observe fasting during the weekdays of Lent. Both fasting and abstinence are, however, obligatory on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. Abstinence from meat is further required on the Fridays during Lent, unless a...
Hot on the heels of my interview on Catholicism Live! last night we tackle the questions of gluttony, fasting and abstaining from meat on Fridays throughout the year on today’s show. I also supply you with resources for your life of faith and your kitchen counter. Listen in! Full show notes are available by clicking here: CatholicFoodie.com.
With more straddling and mashing than necessary, we present you with Banana Bread. Sure what the freezer does to a banana is unspeakable, but we go there. For the listeners. Through speckles, mush, chunks and MILFs, today's conversation will make you wish you could turn back time. EXPLICIT. www.spilledmilkpodcast.com Bakesale Betty's Banana Bread Chocolate Cinnamon Sugar Banana Bread Banana-Coconut Bread Banana Bread with Chocolate and Ginger Cher - If I Could Turn Back Time Video
What’s your favorite “funky food?” You know, weird food combinations… Bananas and peanut butter, or as a friend of mine shared… anchovy paste on grapefruit! Got a funky food combination that you like? We’re talking all about it today on The Catholic Foodie Show! Listen in below! LISTEN TO THE SHOW Click the play button below to listen to the show. You can always right-click and save-as to download the show for listening later. The Facebook Comments Below is the Facebook post on The Catholic Foodie page. The comments are priceless! Read them and share your own funky food faves! // What’s your favorite “funky food?” You know, weird food combinations… Bananas and peanut butter, or as Patrick noted...
Travel with me to southern Italy and France, as I share details of our most recent trip as part of the "Vegan Travel with Colleen Patrick-Goudreau." My intention is to demonstrate how enjoyable it is to eat an abundance of local food, take in the incredible sites, immerse yourself in local culture, customs, and people -- all while adhering to your vegan values. We explore many towns in Provence, horses in the Camargue, ancient Roman ruins, medieval towns of Cilento, vegan restaurants of Paris, and so much more. Thanks to the American Anti-Vivisection Society and listener sponsors for making this podcast possible. View all the related photos and videos at the show notes for this episode at JoyfulVegan.com.
What’s your favorite “funky food?” You know, weird food combinations… Bananas and peanut butter, or as a friend of mine shared… anchovy paste on grapefruit! Got a funky food combination that you like? We’re talking all about it today on The Catholic Foodie Show! Listen in! Full show notes available at CatholicFoodie.com.
Emeril Lagasse is one of my earliest culinary inspirations. Today we talk about one of Emeril’s earliest cookbooks, written with Marcelle Bienvenu: Louisiana Real & Rustic. In addition to Emeril, I share a bit about Marcelle Bienvenu and a couple of other early culinary inspirations: Justin Wilson and the Cajun Chowhound. Check out this classic video clip of Justin Wilson cooking a “shicken” and sausage gumbo: Here are some of Emeril’s recipes that you find right here on CatholicFoodie.com: Emeril’s Columbia Street Grinder Emeril’s Crawfish Bread for Jazz Fest Emeril’s Slow-cooked Cochon de Lait Po’Boy for Jazz Fest Emeril’s Natchitoches Meat Pies #Recipe for #JazzFest LISTEN TO THE SHOW Click the play button below to listen to the show. You can always right-click and save-as to download the show for listening later. What about You? What are some of your favorite cookbooks? I’d love to know! Who are some of your culinary inspirations? Let me know in the comments below!
Emeril Lagasse is one of my earliest culinary inspirations. Today we talk about one of Emeril’s earliest cookbooks, written with Marcelle Bienvenu: Louisiana Real & Rustic. Full show notes can be found at CatholicFoodie.com.
Today Laura Theodore the Jazzy Vegetarian welcomes Victoria Moran to share about her incredible new book The Good Karma Diet. Signed copies of the new cookbook - Laura Theodore's Vegan-Ease are now available for pre-order at Jazzyvegetarian.com. Jazzy Vegetarian on public television is back for a fifth season, featuring QUICK and EASY meals. From Sunday Brunch to a Garden-Fresh Dinner, “Taste” award-winning host Laura Theodore—with help from celebrity guests like Lidia Bastianich, Julieanna Hever and Rickey Medlocke—shows viewers how to cook healthy, delicious vegan food for family and friends (check local listings). Join Laura from October 3rd to October 10th on the 2015 Jim Brickman Soothe Cruise Victoria Moran is a vegan of three decades and an obesity survivor. Listed by VegNews magazine among the Top 10 Living Vegetarian Authors, Victoria has written twelve books, including Main Street Vegan, Creating a Charmed Life, and her brand new work, The Good Karma Diet. Her fans range from...
This week on Cooking Issues Dave Arnold answers listener's questions about cooking brisket, different kinds of ice, what fruit tastes good in beer, how to keep mint from browning, and alternatives to fresh citrus when making drinks for people at Burning Man, which takes place in an environment with a very erratic climate. Tune in to hear the answers to these questions along with recommendations for the most exciting and long burning fireworks, and also Dave's stance on the New York Times guacamole recipe which calls for the addition of peas that has caused enough uproar to create a viral internet debate that even President Barak Obama and Jed Bush felt compelled to weigh in on. This program was brought to you by Heritage Foods USA "I paid for the avocados, I do what I want!" [25:00] "Mint is really hard [to preserve]. Mint wants to go brown really badly." [43:00] --Dave Arnold on Cooking Issues
An eclectic mix of DIY on this week’s podcast. We are talking Roma paste tomatoes at Rick’s house, and how they are doing well with measured rainfall. His tomatoes have been doing well and are now starting to ripen. We talk about toilets briefly, and Eric announces he will stop talking about toilets, maybe. Then,... Read More » The post Apple TV, Digital News, Printed Newspaper & A little beekeeping GF Radio 383 appeared first on GardenFork.TV - DIY Living.
I began yesterday’s show by talking about an article in the Times-Picayune about Msgr. Christopher Nalty titled New Orleans priest sees food as the lure that brings people together. My idea was to cover a few different stories involving food in the news. However, I ended up spending most of the show talking about this one article from Paste Magazine that offered 14 Ways to Curb Food Waste at Home. More than a few of the suggested ways dovetailed nicely with an article I wrote a while back titled 10 Shortcuts for Cooking Dinner in Record Time. Did you know that the average American family wastes over $640 a year in food? Listen in and learn more. Listen to the Show Click the play button below to listen to the show. You can always right-click and save-as to download the show for listening later. 14 Ways to Curb Food Waste at Home Here are the 14 suggested ways listed out. You can read more about each one in the original article here: 14 Ways to Curb Food Waste at Home :: Food :: Lists...
The average American family wastes over $640 a year in food. Are there ways to reduce that number? You bet there are! And today we talk ideas on how we can better plan our meals, our shopping, and reduce food waste. Listen in! Detailed show notes are available at http://CatholicFoodie.com.
Neat article in the Times-Picayune about one of my co-hosts on the Around the Table Food Show… Msgr. Christopher Nalty. Don’t miss the video below. You’ll learn something culinary… and get to see Msgr. Nalty’s passion for faith and food shine through! Enjoy! When it comes to entertaining dinner guests, hosting the parish monsignor might send one scampering for only the finest of recipes. But fuss isn’t necessary when Msgr. Christopher Nalty comes to call. The monsignor will do the cooking. Pastor of Good Shepherd Parish, St. Stephen Church, and a New Orleans native, Nalty co-hosts the “Around the Table” radio program, 690-AM, WQNO New Orleans, with Jeff Young, founder and producer of The Catholic Foodie blog and podcast, and David Dawson, president and General Manager of Catholic Community Radio. Nalty cooks when invited over and draws in family members to help with preparation. For Nalty, food means more than physical sustenance. “Cooking, for us in Louisiana, surrounds the family,” Nalty...
Eric talks about high efficiency toilets, and why they can clog, its not what you think, usually. Also a story on having to unclogged a toilet and the final remedy that really worked. The toilet snake is a specialty item you can buy at your hardware store. This whole toilet subject was started by our... Read More » The post Thoughts On Toilets & Yellow Jackets- GF Radio 382 appeared first on GardenFork.TV - DIY Living.
Julia Child on potato salad, Mario Batali on vegetables, Sally Schneider on cherries, Bill Waddington, Joshua Wesson, Claudia Roden.