• 01:05

    Great Lakes Asian Carp Invasion - Rumors Exposed

    in Sports

    Join us "LIVE" via the internet with Capt Tom Marks as we bust some of the rumors of the Asian Carp and the Great Lakes.
    Rumor or Fact, A lot of anglers are left in the dark from the studies and reports from the Michigan DNR and others.
    Tune in LIVE for some cold hard facts that you just might not know about..- Rumors Exposed
    Live 1:00 PM EST on Fish Bait Radio

  • 01:00

    @Ms_Terree's Frugal #FoodieFinds: How to Save Money at Asian Markets

    in Cooking

    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!

  • 00:30

    The Agenda: Asian Cup down under, a horror start for Abbott and more

    in Politics Progressive

    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!

  • 00:45

    Frankly Speaking with Micah Woods, Chief Scientist Asian Turfgrass Center

    in Science

    In this episode Frank speaks with Dr. Micah Woods, Chief Scientist of the Asian Turfgrass Center, co-author of the Global Soil Survey that informs the Minimum Level of Sustainable Nutrition efforts with Pace Turf's Dr. Larry Stowell. Expect some technical and lively discussion about these important turfgrass nutritional issues and how each of can help produce some solid citizen science.

  • 01:12

    DECEMBER 2014 WEEKS #3 -&- #4 REVIEWED: (PART 9: Magog, Middle East, Asian East)

    in Current Events

    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! 

  • 00:17
  • 00:47

    Ying & Yang Living: Health and Happiness through Asian Nutrition & Spirituality

    in Health

    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.

  • 01:30

    Things to Know Before Your Next Tattoo, Piercing, or Plastic Surgery

    in Health

    You voted - we deliver! Our February Listener's Choice podcast shares the top do's and don'ts for lasting health when you have tattoos, piercings and any kind of plastic surgery. Dial 347-850-8486 at 8p ET/7p CT on Wednesday, February 25th to put your best skin forward at all times. 


    Did you know the scarring that happens at the cellular level from these popular body modifications can actually make you more vulnerable to health challenges in the future?Tonight's featured guest - Dr. Charlie Abbott of Symptometry of North Carolina, LLC - helps us overcome all this and more.  


    Originally an acupuncturist and Doctor of Asian medicine, Dr. Abbott has over 15 years in health and wellness and became a licensed symptometrist though the American School of Symptometry help people heal at the cellular level. He now serves as the Director of Administration at ASoS and runs his own health center, Symptometry of North Carolina, LLC.

  • 00:27

    Nirdeshak Rucha.......here to stay not go.

    in Culture

    Rucha Humnabadkar is known for her work with acclaimed Indian filmmaker Nagesh Kukunoor. As Assistant Director and Art Director she was instrumental in delivering indie hits such as Hyderabad Blues, Rockford and Bollywood Calling. Rucha’s directorial debut, short film Arranged Marriage, played at festivals in 2012 prior to being selected for inclusion in the Smithsonian Asian Heritage 2015-2020 traveling exhibit “Beyond Bollywood.” For Here or To Go? is her first feature film.


    In addition, Rucha's debut novel Dance of the Fireflies, 2006, based on the lives of India's street children, received critical acclaim. She’s also written and directed three English language plays and won the ‘Young Achiever’s award,’ for contribution to theatre in Pune, India, 1999.


    Rucha attended the San Francisco School of Digital Filmmaking and also has a Master's in Design from Carnegie Mellon University. She worked as a user experience designer at eBay and StubHub in Silicon Valley, California. She lives in San Francisco and is very excited to be part of the Bay Area filmmaking community.

  • 00:29

    Monday Morning Oscar Hangover

    in Comedy

    You mean, Daniel Day Lewis didn't win a damned Oscar?


    Sean Penn busts out with a green card joke...Mexican citizens think it's hilarious, white and latino-descendant americans think it was racist and in poor taste...as they're on their way to a fine Mexican dining establishment, Taco Bell.


    Asian and latinos frequently use the "n-word," because nothing more says being cool and hood than calling each other the "n-word." But wait...they say it without the "er," so that makes it okay for them.


    John Legend compares black men in the criminal justice system these days, are worse than back in the 1800's. Everyone in the prison system is innocent.


    Patricia Arquette wants equal pay for women and men in the workplace. The bitch makes more than me. Period.


    Why have the oscars become a political soap box event, rather than just the simplistic ceremony that it used to be? I take bake my fake award acceptance speech. 


    Birdman won best picture. Selma didn't win, nor did American Sniper. Somewhere, Liam Neeson is calling someone, threatening to shoot them.


    Lady Gaga looking like a turd with toilet paper wrapped around it.


    Daniel Day Lewis wants President's Day to be renamed, "I starred in Lincoln Day."


     


    John Travolta pulled his best Joe Biden impersonation by groping every woman he could. Guess he's going overboard to prove he's heterosexual.


    Why do the same out of shape dudes walk around in my gym's locker room naked all of the time?


    The guys at my gym pee on the floor more than they pee in the urinal.


    "Yelp" is the new, "I'm calling the cops."


     

  • 01:56

    Trafficking Milo: Maricopa County Probate At Work

    in Legal

    Greg Elofson and his father Milo have come face to face with predators working in Maricopa County Probate Court in Arizona.  Targeted by Adult Protective Services, unscrupulous attorney's and other predators in the system who are operating under cover of the probate court to separate Milo from his small estate and his freedom to live without fear. Greg continues his search for adequate accomodations for his father. 


    Bio:   Greg Elofson is the CEO of By Your Side (byyourside.care), which builds personal rescue beacons for individuals diagnosed with Alzheimer's/Dementia.


    He holds a PhD from the University of Arizona in Artificial Intelligence/Cognitive Science, a Juris Doctor degree from the Fordham University School of Law, a Master of Science in Information Systems from the University of Arizona and a Bachelor's degree from Occidental College.


    Greg has been a National Science Foundation Reviewer, published in numerous top international peer-reviewed journals, lectured internationally at schools like the London School of Economics, the Asian Institute of Technology, and Edith Cowan University in Australia, and conferences internationally including those in Helsinki, Geneva, and Paris. Greg also holds certificates in China law from China's #1 law school, Renmin University, and in EU intellectual property law from University College Cork, in Ireland.


    He began his career working at the #1 accounting firm in the world, Arthur Andersen & Co, worked as a Staff Scientist at Science Applications International, was a Professor at Emory University, the University of Miami, Fordham University, and Middlebury college.


    Greg is also a caregiver, looking after his father Milo, while they search for solutions and answers to finding proper assisted care for him, through a mine-field of dangerous interference and malfeasance originating from the Maricopa County probate court.

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