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Part 3 of 3: Originally Aired November 4, 2012
Dianne Linderman speaks with a caller about welfare abuse, and another caller who seems to think that the government shouldn't be able to stop you from going to strip clubs on welfare money.
Dianne also gives out a recipe for homemade Basil Pesto and a delicious Pesto Brown Rice with Shrimp and Mushrooms Recipe.
Find out more about Dianne Linderman on her website: http://www.everythingthatmattersradio.com/ and be sure to check out Dianne's cook book Everything That Matters in the Kitchen.
If you could write your own ‘Relationship Recipe Book’ on ‘How to Be with Me’, what would some of your respective recipes be? What would the necessary ingredients be to make you happy and keep you happy? Conversely, what ingredients are guaranteed to spoil your disposition in a relationship? We all need certain things to feel secure and respected and loved in a relationship. As a man I know there are things I need; women also have their respective needs. What are your particular needs, as a man or woman, from a potential partner?
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What kind of food do you eat? Are you super healthy? Would you like the possibility of being so?
We all know we're all unique. We also are made of the same stuff in terms of energy, Light, atoms, and the like, yet some people spur themselves on while others linger about. This can be explained by soul age, conditioning, astrology, background, consciousness, and so many other factors.
Let's also take a look at food intake and how that affects us, plus our global addiction to doing things however we do them, whether this method supports us or not. What are any of us afraid of? How do we deal with that disquiet? How can you benefit?
We will discuss how to create, and maintain, a convivial atmosphere that encourages consensus and a successful outcome.
As usual, we will also discuss two delicious recipes for sharing.The "safe" recipe will be Orange Almond Chicken, and the "adventure" recipe will be Seafood Stew.
I will be taking about a project I am about to embark upon per a client request. I will be reviewing the benefits and cost savings of this endeavor.
I will offer my approximations for powdered calcium dispensing to both humans and animals.
I will overview the applications as a chicken feed, garden amendment, human supplement, as well as a superlative nutrient laden feed additive for dogs and cats.
I will be experimenting with adding my own Kennel Kelp, and BH Sales Diatomaceous Earth, and my New Aquiterra Clay.
I will be administering the calcium to both myself, my cats, and I will be exploring soil amendment mixtures in my own patio garden with this eggshell derived calcium.
I will be blogging more about this topic during this upcoming week over at my Kennel Kelp Website http://www.kennelkelp.com
We use our herbs throughout the year, adding flavor and dimension to all kinds of dishes. Herbs that are dried, frozen, or otherwise preserved can fit the bill for cold winter months, but ah, the herbs of Summertime! Fresh, flavor-packed, and ready to be snipped from garden or container - there's nothing quite like them. Come along today, while we talk about tips and suggestions for using fresh herbs to brighten up summertime cooking.
6- Join Chef Oliver in the kitchen tonight for 2 more amazing dishes of, Stuffed zucchini with tomatoes, mushrooms, garlic, and basil and Angel food cake with fresh berries.
7:30- Join Kathy for our newest show, Total Life Changes as she welcomes Executive Directors - Avery and LaShawn Williamson are Independent Business Owners with Total Life Changes, a Health and Wellness Company that is changing the lives of people across the globe. Avery and LaShawn have joined the mission of Total Life Changes to help people find natural alternatives to improve their quality of health and life
8:15- Darryl Ewing
Darryl Ewing has been certified in personal fitness training by the American Council on Exercise since 2001As a 40+ professional, Ewing appreciates the challenges of Baby Boomer and Generation-X athletes regarding exercise recovery and fighting past excuses to stay motivated for long-term fitness. He has conducted group outdoor fitness training in Houston through Back in the Saddle Fitness.
It's incredible when you can add a new dish to your Easter menu without a lot of fuss or frustration. This recipe is one of those dishes! A creamy recipe made with pudding, Cool Whip & pineapple, it's simple enough for a weeknight dinner & special enough for Holiday meals.
This is also the perfect dish to take along for a potluck. If you are out of time, you can easily prepare it for your event. I like to stock up on the ingredients so I can always be ready to make this wonderful salad for friends & family. Enjoy!
Well Sport City the NBA Finals are all set and LeBron vs Curry is not the lone story to be talked about here in the Cafe with the best around talking on the basketball dishes. Tom Thibodeau firing in Chicago, to the Rockets being pushed straight out of the the Western Conference Finals. All NBA here in the kitchen with Royce King, James Fitzgerald IV, Chandler Knight aka Nostradamus and Tyrone Powell aka TP Tymeless. I can literally see Tymeless with that recipe book making the World Wide Web go crazy!!! Tell a friend to tell a friend that its the Sport City Chefs AGAIN.... And if they don't know..... NOW THEY KNOW!!!!
May 28, 2015 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio
THEME: Learning to Connect in a Disconnected World
INTERVIEW GUEST: Dr. Nancy R. Harris, DSS
Dr. Nancy R. Harris is an Intuitive Psychotherapist specializing in helping highly sensitive, intuitive, gifted people find inner peace and harmony in their lives and relationships. She also helps women, men, and couples quickly and easily release and re-program old trauma, emotional blocks, fears and anxieties. She is internationally known for her unique and transformational training programs and private intuitive counseling. She is also the author of Take Two Cookies and Call me in the Morning: How to Connect in a Disconnected World.
THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE:
Most of us think of love as the wonderful experience of feeling connected. But, have you ever been in a relationship where you felt it was the other person’s responsibility to make you happy, to meet all of your needs, to understand you and know what you want without asking? Or have you been on the other side of this scenario? You were the partner expected to fulfill the other person and manage their happiness. Either situation is perpetually frustrating and not the "connection" you envisioned when your first met your partner. Is it possible to learn to connect learn how to find and create loving connections in life? Is there a recipe? Can you learn to connect in a disconnected world?
Since NJ is the Garden State, Jersey Fresh takes on a special meaning for those who choose to buy their fruits and veggies locally. Seasonal abundance can be found at the scores of farmer’s markets throughout the state. What’s that you say? You don’t know where to find the nearest farmer’s market and don’t even know the difference between an acorn squash and a fava bean? And how do I cook rhubarb and what do I do with all those blueberries? Problem solved. Chef and culinary instructor Rachel Weston is on the case. Weston is an award-winning journalist with over 20 years of experience as a writer, editor and multimedia content producer. Her work has been in The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, The Gutsy Gourmet column in The Star-Ledger, NJ.com, and Chow.com among others. In 2008, Rachel followed her passion, attended culinary school, and ultimately worked the line at a fine dining restaurant, and was the founding chef at the first pay-what-you-can community cafe on the East Coast. Rachel’s book is New Jersey Fresh: Four Seasons from Farm to Table. It’s a collection of recipe ideas and tips for over 50 types of locally grown produce available at NJ farmer’s markets. She spotlights several markets and offers insights on fruits and veggies, from bok choy and fava beans to blueberries, corn, tomatoes, and peaches. Rachel takes the guesswork out of buying locally and is committed to teaching home cooks about using local and seasonal foods in their kitchens. “I wanted it to be a guide you could throw in your market bag,” she says. The book includes a listing of over 100 farmer's markets in NJ. After the interview, check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.