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Many of us would like to cook authentic Asian dishes at home, but sometimes the ingredients are hard to find. And if you haven't learned by now, the mainstream grocery stores are overcharging you double, sometimes triple what you would pay at the Asian markets. So on this episode, I'll be sharing some dishes for a simple, healthy menu that is inexpensive, flavorful, and fun for your guests. And I'll talk in depth about the ingredients: what to look for, what brands I recommend, and where to buy them.
I'll also be sharing the Rola Family Lumpia Recipe, also known as Filipino Spring Rolls, and walking you through step-by-step so you can make them at home. Over the years people have begged me for the recipe, and I'm sharing it with you on this show. Anyone who has tasted my family's lumpia, is never satisfied with egg rolls or spring rolls served in a restaurant ever again! And to go with it, you'll learn the Ilocano Filipino traditional dipping sauce, plus the common mainstream restaurant-style sauce. I'll also share other variations of egg rolls or spring rolls from Southeast Asia that you may not have tried before, and are equally simple, tasty, and addictive! Some of these options are even Gluten-Free!
There are even more brands of soy & fish sauce than there are brands of American breakfast cereals, so I'll give you the names of brands that I recommend, and places where you can find them.
And of course what food gathering is complete without some kind of dessert? So I will be sharing my recipes for Matcha Green Tea Blondies, other Asian desserts that include Gluten-Free options that your guest will love!
It's going to be a massive show with the team traveling from Melbourne to Canberra for the DPRK-China match for the Asian Cup. Join the team as they give their low-down and insightful coaching advice.
Plus it's been a horror start for the federal government with the Prime Minister Tony Abbott looking already under siege with growing calls for his possible replacement. It started with copayments and it's moved onto an inquiry into the minimum wage, penalty rates and Australia's workplace relations system - no doubt a way to resurrect regressive industrial instruments.
It's going to be a massive show so make sure you join the team for a unique perspective on Australian politics and to vent your spleen!
Tonight....CD, La La, and LDX...present to you..a very detailed topic....The Asian Persuasion on Black Culture!!! It has been happening for years....good and bad!!! So...if you love Asian culture and the Asian influence on the Black Culture of today....ENJOY the show!!! Welcome inside of The Madhouse!!!
Our guest today is Moon Cho, founder of Ying Yang Living, a website dedicated to teaching the principles of health and wellness through the Asian traditions.
I first found one of Moon's YouTube videos (on fermented foods) and was very impressed with the quality, and I was interested to learn more about Asain cooking. It turned out Moon's website not only included cooking and nutrition, but also natural beauty tips, Feng Shui advice, exercise ideas, and lessons on spritual practice.
I've been a practicing acupuncturist for 10 years, and it's great that Asian medicine has "arrived" in the U.S., but there is so much more available to us in the rich cultural traditions of Asia. I'm excited to have Moon Cho on the show today to talk about her two foundations for health and happiness: spiritualty and nutrition.
Moon's website, youtube channel, twitter feed and facebook page.
In this episode Frank speaks with Dr. Micah Woods, Chief Scientist of the Asian Turfgrass Center, "direct" from Bangkok, Thailand. Woods is the co-author of the Global Soil Survey (GSS) that informs the Minimum Level of Sustainable Nutrition (MLSN) efforts with Pace Turf's Dr. Larry Stowell. Expect some technical and lively discussion about turfgrass nutrition, soil testing, the MLSN guidelines, and the Global Soil Survey (GSS), and how each of can help produce some solid citizen science.
Asia is a hidden gem of stunning places to run. Often overlooked as too hot Asia has running adventures to cater for all tastes.
Following on from the recent Partnerunning Show feature on running bucket lists and our American and European vacations this week we go on a tour of Asian marathons and other inviting running events.
Taking a month by month approach we cover the most popular events including Paris and London as well as lesser known events.
Also on this weeks show:
Over the shoulder
The road ahead
On this final episode of SHOWS COVERING WEEK #4 DECEMBER 2014 IN REVIEW, we finish this final full week up with TOPIC #13: MAGOG & MIDDLE EAST UPDATES; also TOPIC #14: ASIAN KINGS UPDATES; as well as, TOPIC #15: FUKUSHIMA FAILURES/WORMWOOD WATERS/POISONING THE PACIFIC... We wrap it all up with HOSEA 4 MASS WILDLIFE DIE-OFFS... SO STAY TUNED!.. STAY INFORMED!.. GET IN THE KNOW!.. AND ENJOY THE SHOW!
Join Dr. Donnamaria Culbreth & Dr. Julie Jung-Kim for a discussion on the status of Asian Black Relations and the need for racial unity among people of color.
It's almost a given that after truly studying the relationship between the Asian proprietors have with the Black community that there has existed a tension that was born out of a definite disrespect.
This sense of disrespect was doled out in abundance to the very people to whom the Asian businessman has profited greatly from.
Sure, the answer is for those who are treated as scum to build their own economic system in order to uplift themselves up and away from depending on anyone who considers them not to be worthy of respect.
But in many cases this attitude from the Asian business people who get their riches from what is garnered from Black support has only increased because they seem to feel that no matter how Blacks are treated by them that they will still bring their hard earned money to them each and every time.
Not only is this arrogance displayed to the consumer, but it is also inflicted on those who actually work for them to help them get to that envied place of financial freedom that has been the benchmark of the American Dream.
Most Asians who have rooted their businesses in the Black community know that many are waking up to the condescending attitude of these people and have begun to back away from bringing their dollars to support them when they can do business with their own people.
.......because the bottom line is how many of these Asians bring THEIR money to support Black businesses?
Everyone supports their own, but the modern day Black man and woman seems to be so caught up in the mental delusion that everyone will support them back the way that they've always brought their money to others.
Listen to this very real situation and understand why the time is NOW to WAKE UP!
Support Your Own!
Hell! They do!
This should be a very interesting show when Gold Loopers, Joe Pica and Gene Schnagl, discuss their opinions on the Asian Carp issue. The main topic of discussion will be a recently introduced bill that demands complete seperation of the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River to prvent the spread of Asian Carp.
in Self Help
LeGrande Green interviews movie producer Angie Wang. In this raw and rollicking conversation (language, people!) Angie tackles stereotypes from the Calgon Lady to the demeaning roles Hollywood still pushes on Asian actresses. "My friends tell me I'm breaking 300 years of stereotypes because I cuss so effin' much," she laughs. You've been warned. She ain't shy, she ain't submissive, but she sure is BOLD. Join the conversation at www.getboldtoday.com. Angie's website is www.grow4kids.org.