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Best Canakis podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Canakis podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
Updated July 2020
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The 2 weird hungry girls are unapologetically cheeky chicks laughing and eating our way through life. Sure there was Laverne and Shirley, gin and tonic, salt and caramel but then ... there's Phoebe and Tracy! 2 Weird Hungry Girls is a weekly taste of Phoebe's Pure Food and some.
Rachel M. Gambone, Owner of ReOrganize with Rachel, LLC, is an organizing and productivity professional. She practices a positive approach to organizing where we keep your treasures and build on your strengths. Rachel helps you balance your work and home life and adapt to personal and professional life transitions. Rachel helps you balance your work and home life and adapt to personal and professional life transitions.
We have a lovey chat with Patricia Brett, the co-founder of Kimberton Whole Foods, and local food writer Courtney Diener-Stokes about their passion for food and community that is shared in the new Kimberton Whole Foods Cookbook. Kimberton Whole Foods customers have been asking for recipes and Patrica's family delivered!…
Do your cakes fall flat? Cinnamon rolls just not rising? Is your pie crust less than perfect? Pastry Chef Diana Penn joins us again to tackle some common baking fails, which she calls failing forward! Lots to learn in this episode.
It is always herb season with special guest Susanna Reppert-Brill Clinical Herbalist, educator and purveyor of the timeless magic of herbs at The Rosemary House.
Do you think mishaps (illness) happen after eating picnic foods or when cooking for loved ones? Andy Hirneisen is a Food Safety Educator with the Penn State Extension Office. Got something weird thawing in your sink? Who you gonna call? Andy! Or just listen in to this food safety episode to learn some simple tips to keep your loved ones well-fed an…
Does your cat act out? We get it and that’s why we invited Angie Shultz back to the show. As owner of Angie’s Pet Sitting Service and former vet tech she knows a few tricks to train your fur pal.
Yes, workouts + snacks. Katie Kozloff, founder of Katie K. Active, joins us again to share tips on what to eat before and after your work out. You are moving more often, right? Find a bit of wellness inspiration in this episode.?
On the hunt for secrets to the finest skin care, herbalist and founder of Honeybee Gardens, Melissa Buckley visits to share attainable wellness tips for a youthful glow.
A chocolate maker versus a chocolatier. Do you know the difference? Megan Giller, author of Bean to Bar Chocolate, wants you to eat more chocolate but more importantly to appreciate the new bean-to-bar craft revolution
Let's talk about fermenting! Annemarie Cantrell of Cucina Verde visits to talk about the ease of fermenting vegetables. Her mission is to feed your body and soul and fermented foods are a healthy start!
Swapping a processed food and meat heavy diet for a healthy one can be challenging. Special guests Susan Edelman, vegan blogger at alittlesage.com, Kim, new to vegetarian eating, and guest co-host Nan of chubby Pickle Farms, visit to talk about getting over the hurdles of eating well.
How is it that massage therapists can quiet the two of us down so easily? Eve Miller, owner of Thrive Therapeutic Massage, stops by and lulls with her soothing words. We also learned about a new massage therapy for trauma clients.
The cat is out of the bag in this episode. Angie Shultz, owner of Angie's Animal & Pet Sitting Service, visits to shares some pet sitter secrets.
Let's talk cookies, pierogies, dancing and the Ukrainian Festival! We're getting hungry just talking about it.
Berks County native, Chris Flowers, returns from his cross-country adventures to create quite a stir (or shake) in the heart of Reading.
We are bringing in the expert for a sourdough discussion. Pastry Chef Diana Penn keeps it simple for our sourdough lesson.
The Kutztown Folk Festival is still running strong, at 68 years, and always has new things to discover, in addition to great eats! Steve Sharadin, Director, joins us to reminisce and share a 2017 to-do and eat list!
We have healthy summer skin tips to keep your glow on! Patricia Solis, Licensed Esthetician, stops by to share SPF and summer skin guidance.
Do you glean your veggies? Britany LaManna, owner of Relish and chutney maker, introduces us to this practice and shares some inspiring eats on her menu!
Dr. John O’Neill loves to smile, which makes sense. Dr. John, a Veterinary Dentist at Adamstown Veterinary Hospital, visits to talk about your pet's dirty mouth or clean mouth, if you've already learned preventative wellness!
How do you carry your purse? We talk women's self-defense, renamed empowerment, with Lauren Minnich, Owner-Chief Instructor Wyomissing ATA Martial Arts.
The Grandmas lingered a bit more to answer the burning questions from Tracy and Phoebe! They are giving away their secrets!
Ladies from the Women's Philoptochos Committee at St. Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church share pastries and stories about their upcoming Annual Easter Bake Sale. Make sure to listen to our fun Question and Answer show too!
Mary Ellen Mahan has shared several Irish family recipes but it's Irish Porter cake and memories of her grandmother we savor in this episode. Nan Reinert guest co-hosts.
We talk about the inspiration behind Lancaster's successful ríjuice business that's busy building relationships and wellness one organic, pressed juice sip at a time.
Kevin Bennett, Local Buzz Consulting, shares three regional brews and comfort foods to pair with each for chilly winter nights!
Elderberries aren't a bizarre food fad, you just need a warm introduction because they are here to stay. Roger Lenhardt, of Norm's Farm, talks about elderberries grown on his North Carolina family farm.
Does your skin need winter glow instead of a winter itch? Patricia Solis, Licensed Esthetician, Freelance Makeup Artist and owner of Pure Skin, Makeup and Skin Care Studio, stops by to share simple winter skin care tips.
Has a thoughtful holiday gift for furry friends got you stumped? We've got you covered with local expert, Barb Emmett of Godfrey's.
Sugar and spice and a bit of PA Dutch. Terry Berger, passionate about feeding souls and smiles, visits again for this holiday episode. The password is "ox tongue cookies."
Ever given much thought to this moment? We talk mindfulness with instructor Craig Shollenberger.
How do you show gratitude to someone who loves you unconditionally. With food! Specifically dog food. Local expert, Barb Emmett of Godfrey's, shares recipe tips with our furry friends in mind for the holiday season.
I'm expanding your to-do, eat and visit list. Trust me on this. Let me introduce Yianni Barakos of the Mason Dixon Distillery. Visit Gettysburg and be sure you make this an eating and drinking destination. You're welcome.
Sparkling cocktails and stink bugs. It's a fall cleaning episode with Nan of Chubby Pickle Farms!
Cookbook author and blogger of cultural German cuisine, Nadia Hassani chats about heritage recipes not included in most Oktoberfest events.
Chick chat with Sister Lisa. Encouraging young women to become daring and to do great things!
Four questions you should be asking about your dairy products, with John Arndt of Oasis at Bird-in-Hand. A Lancaster Central Market episode.
We are getting fresh with Wolf, Highmark Farm Stand, at a visit to the Easton Public Market.
How does dinner go down on a 9th generation Berks County Farm where mom and dad wear many hats? Porcupine Balls. Jodi Gauker, of Gauker Farms, joined us and it was a hoot!
Marisa McClellan, author Food in Jars, joins again! This time it's pickling to chutney. Bonus Q&A's with Marisa, too!
We're talking fruit and herbal tinctures with Tina Sams, Editor of The Essential Herbal.
Inspiration starts with a tiny seed of curiosity. Jordan Scroble, of Grow Your Own Freedom, talks wellness, skin and body care, and how he and his wife's lifestyle created change.
Let's get you canning! Marisa McClellan, author of Food in Jars, joins us to put our canning fears to rest and shares kitchen inspiration.
Summer kitchen cooking, a cast iron stove, pot pie and other traditional PA Dutch eats at the Kutztown Folk Festival with Terry Berger.
The unhealthy side effects of sugar are clear but you'd never guess what else contributes to inflammation and disease. Dr. Phil visits to share wellness tips!
Forrest Pritchard and I chat about farmers, food trends, and why what you eat matters. We recorded outside of a downtown York coffee shop. It's an urban, green episode.
Nan Reinert, Chubby Pickle Farms, wants you to get growing! She visits to give quick tips on getting your summer garden in gear.
Katie Zozloff Banks, Katie K Active, shares tips on swapping excuses for exercise and a funny story about how Katie K got started!
Erica Lavdanski, our favorite organic farmer, chats about what organic growing really means to her (psst! It's more than what you're eating).
I got the scoop from Brittnay Vokoun about what makes the Easton Public Market so special, in this on the road episode.
Nan Reinert, Chubby Pickle Farms and a favorite podcast guest, shares quick tips on what to plant now for spring and summer eating.