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    Plumluvfoods se. 5 ep. 9 Stephanie Khachakjian Ass Kicking Female Chefs

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    What a crazy day today has been, Vegas, Petty, so much to talk about. Tonight we also kick off our "Ass Kicking Female Chef Series" with Toronto breakfast Chef Stephanie Khachakjian. @steph.cooks as we all know her on Instagram but she been working in her family's restaurant for 11 years. This self taught Chef is the talk of Toronto and one of my favorite follows, thankfully I dont live in Toronto, if her food tastes as good as it looks I would be in trouble. Lets hear her story tonight live on Plumluvfoods!

  • 00:15

    LOCAL FOCUS with Marjolaine Forest

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    Tabitha Langel, co-owner of Tall Grass Prairie Bread Company, in conversation with Marjolaine Forest.
    When you think of culture, do you think of food?
    Tall Grass Prairie Bakery is creating a healthy culture by providing great food, a good living & paying their organic farmers fairly. You too, can restore your values in agri-culture by “going against the grain”, reclaim your right to healthy food and a healthier world.

  • 00:57

    Ruby Jewel Ice Cream and Fresh Corn

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    Lisa Herlinger quietly started making ice cream sandwiches after work, in the cafe where she cooked. Her hand-made, seasonal flavors took off and soon enough she had a growing business on her hands, Ruby Jewel. Today there are three Ruby Jewel Scoop Shops around Portland, and you can find Ruby Jewel ice cream sandwiches in retailers city wide in cluding where it all started, at the Portland Farmers Market at PSU. Lisa and her sister Becky join me to chat about building their business, how much ice cream they let their kids eat, and their favorite eats around town. 
     
    The Marshall’s are back and talking fresh corn! This seasonal favorite is at its peak, and whether you choose to eat it off the cob, shave it off to mix into summer dishes, or put it up, Sarah and Dirk have recommendations to make the most of it.  

  • 00:30

    C-CAP Nutrition Camp 2016 Day 1

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    Culinary instructors report all about the Summer Camp experience @ Uinversity of Chicago. We have a action packed schedule of activities, work experience, industry exposure, chef instructions, team buliding exercises, team projects, exercise, and socialization. Take a listen about what went on this morning. 

  • 00:31

    REAL FOOD with Chef Val

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    REAL FOOD with Chef Val, Thursday, Oct. 5, 1 to 1 :30 PM. Cancer is a disease that can be over come by living a healthy, whole foods lifestyle. Listen as Chef Val shares how certain foods have strong anit-cancer properties. Tune in and learn about these foods and the best way to incorporate them into your eating habits.

  • 01:23

    Feast On This w/ Jennifer Runyon & Venus Quintana

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    Join popular New York food critic Venus Quintana & actress/ fellow foodie Jennifer Runyon as they take you on a culinary hour you won't soon forget!
    Listen to Jenn & Venus Every Monday at 9PM EST/ 6PM PST
     

  • 00:19

    The Business of Edible Insects -- with Lars Baugh (LithicNutrition.com)

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    Edible insects are becoming an emerging topic within food, both for their potential environmental sustainability and nutritional value. Currently, most of the discussion on the topic revolves around the speculation of insect cultivation, but this episode goes in a more entrepreneurial direction.... What's it like to try to sell insect based foods? And how can you convince consumers that they should eat more bugs?
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    Lars Baugh, the co-founder of Denver based Lithic Nutrition, works to normalize the consumption of insect based nutritional foods amongst athletes, with his company that currently sells cricket protein powders and bars. 

  • 00:30

    A pound of salt, a jug of wine, and... herbs?

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    The restaurant scene in my town is incredible - creative, diverse, and always changing. When out to dinner one night, we happened upon a very simple condiment with an equally simple - and delicious -  twist. Salt, wine, herbs, oil... and bread. Let's talk about ancient things with some Creativity applied!

  • 00:29

    A Conversation with Gabriel Boxer, The Kosher Guru

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    Gabriel Boxer found his way into the kosher food industry at the age of 15 working for Mauzone in Queens, NY. He quickly became a catering manager and helped manage the company while also managing many Passover programs from Aruba to Arizona to Florida. He later was the director of off-premise catering for Genadeen Caterers at Sephardic Temple in Cedarhurst, NY and was involved in many other food ventures including a long stint as General Manager of the esteemed Pomegranate Supermarket in Brooklyn, NY As a result of his experience he become known as Kosher Guru who has helped and continues to help many companies thrive within the Kosher market. 
    Gabriel Boxer, sometimes serious, sometimes outrageous, is always fun to listen too.

  • 01:54

    Chewing The Fat with Big and Beefy | Comeback Kitchen Recap | Food Network Star

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    On this episode of CTF Big and Beefy go over Chef Rob Burmeister (BIG) , The Lunch Ladys Debut on Food Network Star Comeback Kitchen 2.
    Crabs Benny and Peanut Butter Bacon Deep Fried Bread Pudding on a stick is what they will talkin bout!
    Rob gives the low down on his fellow finalists
    Follow us on twitter @CTFBBPodcast @sichefrob

  • 00:06

    Sunday Morning cup of Joe with Sophie Tucker

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    S3productions presents 10-15-2017
    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn
    Sunday Morning cup of Joe with Sophie Tucker
    Sophie Tucker Songs that made her Famous
    C: Who Wants Them Tall, Dark and Handsome
    Permalink: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/techstoryteller/2017/10/15/sunday-morning-cup-of-joe-with-sophie-tucker
    All credit due to the artist, musicians and Record Companies  
    No profit or income derived from this podcast.
    Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at:
    www.facebook.com/s3productions2 or oscssw@juno.com
    Sophie Tucker ‎– Sophie Tucker: A Collection of Songs She Has Made Famous
    Label: Decca ‎Personality Series 23M A 396
    Format: 3 × Shellac, 10", 78 RPM, Compilation 
    Genre: Jazz
    Composed By – Dan Doughty (tracks: All), Jack Yellen (tracks: All)
    Conductor – Ted Shapiro (tracks: All)
    C: Who Wants Them Tall, Dark and Handsome
    Sophie Tucker (January 13, 1887 – February 9, 1966) was a Ukrainian-born American singer, comedian, actress, and radio personality. Known for her stentorian delivery of comical and risqué songs, she was one of the most popular entertainers in America during the first half of the 20th century. She was widely known by the nickname "The Last of the Red Hot Mamas.
    Podcast Link
     http://www.blogtalkradio.com/s3production/2015/07/09/sophie-tucker-songs-that-made-her-famous

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