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This weekon OTTR~! join Ed and his co-host cutrer and maybe Craig as they talk about last weeks PPV's, WWE NIGHT OF CHAMPIONS and ROH ALLSTARS that Ed was at live. We will talk what we liked and what we didnt and just about everything from both shows. Ed has also decided he needs his on couple of BOYS to fan him where ever he goes~!
Welcome to The Southern Passion Lounge with Chef Amadeus where the industry comes to hangout. This week stopping by The Lounge is David Vandygriff of City Xtra Magazine.
Chef Dre from Charlotte NC will stop by to chat with us about being a female chef in a boys club of an industry.
My good friend Chef Kenna will be stopping by to give us weekly updates her experience of being on Hells Kitchen
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Welcome to The Southern Passion Lounge with your host Extreme Chef Winner Chef Amadeus. This is where the industry comes to hangout. This week will be talking about starting your business the right way. nothing says loving than having a successful business. Stopping by this week will be Angela Mealer of The Polished Professional
My good friend Lauren Little will drop by to talk about what Edible Arrangements has going on for Valentine.
Tonya Thomas of Event One by Tonya will swing by to give tips on making that romantic day very special for your special someone.
In the Farmers Report sponsored by Abundant Harvest, we will have romantic healthy recipes for that speacial day
Chef Elliott is honored to share his technical skills and culinary wisdom of his friend and colleague: THE DISTINGUISHED AND PHENOMENAL, Owner of “Knead...Baked Goods”, Celebrity Chef Jackie Mazza!!!
Chef Jackie Mazza is a New Jersey Pastry Chef and Artisan who has been in the culinary industry for thirteen years, spending the majority of her career serving as the Executive Pastry Chef for the acclaimed The Frog and the Peach, in downtown New Brunswick, New Jersey. She attended the Art Institute of NYC for Culinary Arts and Restaurant Management as well as Baking and Pastry. After wrapping up her tenure as head baker for a New York based bread-company, she came home to Jersey and founded “Knead…Baked Goods”.
Welcome to The Southern Passion Lounge with your host Chef Amadeus where the industry comes to hangout. This is going to be a fun and tasty new year for the food scene here in jacksonville. We will have national chefs intown as well.
Stopping by to kick off the new year will be Joe Talentino from I Know Jax. We discuss everything local.
In The Farmers Report Sponsored by Abundant Harvest will be Rosaria Anderson of This Chick Can Cook.
My good friend Kevin Mitchell from The Culinary Institute of Charleston to talk about Southern Cuisine.
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Welcome to The Southern Passion Lounge with your Host Chef Amadeus, where the industry comes to hangout.
I am a fan of campfire sitting. For me making a campfire and sitting around cooking with my cast iron pots and sipping some amazing beers. I reached to my buddy Gary Lee Park Jr from G's Slow Smoked BBQ, to talk about slow smoking meats, marinades, brines and flavored woods.
We also will be discussing the world of local beers with Janel Bacote.
Nintendo, a pioneer in the gaming industry. Everyone has owned one, or played a Nintendo game. With so many titles and characters to choose from, how could you pick just five? Well we're here to do just that. Strap in as we recount our all time favorite Nintendo characters and rank them from five to one.
Welcome to The Southern Passion Lounge with Chef Amadeus, where the industry comes to hangout. This week stopping by The Lounge is Kerry Speckman of The Specktator. We will talk about her new podcast.
Our good friend Joe Talentino from I Know Jax, we will talk all about upcoming food and beverage events for February.
As always, I am always looking to support our military culinary personel. Stopping by is Brandon Griffin who was a cook in the US Marines.
In the Farmers Report we will talkabout local vegetarian/vegan friendly restaurants
Crock pots are a busy person's favorite cooking tool. You can still make homemade meals and be out shopping or working or doing what you love. Crock Pots do the all the work for you while all you have to do is add the food and turn the pot on. Who invented this awesome cooking gadget? What are some good foods you can cook in a crock pot? Well, Chef Alex is here to discuss the crock pot!!! Chef Alex and his mom the 2 who do the cooking in their family have a big crock pot and they love it!
Chef Alex will discuss:
-History of Crock Pot
-Meals and Desserts you can make in a crock pot
PLUS DELCIOUS RECIPES including:
-Mac and Cheese
Tune in to hear the fascinating conversation of chef life and food service industry as seen from Chef Ramona's perspective. This exploration of chef's history, culture, and food experiences. We will discuss how she became a chef, what that means to her, and what it's like being a female chef in a world of male chefs.
This Week, Chef Elliott is honored to share his technical skills and culinary wisdom of his friend and colleague: THE DISTINGUISHED AND PHENOMENAL, Owner of Wild Wild West BBQ Company, Executive Chef Joseph Logan Martini!!!!
Owner/Master BBQ Chef of Wild Wild West BBQ Company LLC in Cave Creek, AZ.
Creates a unique environment on Cave Creeks newest Rooftop Restaurant “Top of the Creek” supporting local artists of Cave Creek, AZ, musicians and serving world class BBQ. Expert in Hospitality and Restaurant Management/Food Nutrition Sciences. Honors graduate of the Art Institute of Atlanta, School of Culinary Arts, Atlanta, GA.
TUNE-IN TO THE LIVE SHOW WITH CHEF JOSEPH LOGAN MARTINI, VIA MOBILE AT: 718-766-4964 OR ONLINE.
Chef Elliott is honored to share his technical skills and culinary wisdom of ***SOUL FOOD Part II***!!!
Chef Elliott Farmer, Food Network Cutthroat Kitchen star, CEO/founder of Chef Elliott’s Enterprise, Inc. and Farmer’s Gourmet Catering has been cooking for over 40 years. He is a highly requested cooking instructor, motivational speaker, radio personality, Martell Cognac council member (ATL) and culinary judge. Though he caters primarily to celebrity clientele, he takes every opportunity to connect with the “everyday cook” during his annual food tasting tour throughout the United States, UK and Canada, as well as with his radio show. Chef Elliott is famous for his unique menus from soul food capitals to dishes that are sophisticated in flavor, yet true to their origins. His “soul food with a jazzy flair” combines casual and familiar with creative and authentic. He creates an experience that marries comfort, warmth and a fusion of soul flavors. His cookbooks, invite cooks to re-create the “Chef Elliott” experience at home with recipes from casual dining to a five-course meal.