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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.
Join us at the Campfire with Host John Nuckel and Guest Camille Loccisano
Foodships on Amazon
Paperback: 356 pages
Publisher: Mitchell Woodiwiss Publishing (October 6, 2013)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.9 x 9 inch
Sponsor: Storytellers Campfire
Author: Camille Loccisano
We will discuss how to understand, and expand, comfort zone boundaries to negotiate a successful outcome.
As usual, we will also discuss two delicious recipes for sharing. The "safe" recipe will be Chicken Stew with Dumplings, and the "adventure" recipe will be Pasta with Pesto and Salmon.
Steel Pulse is a roots reggae musical band, formed in 1975 at Handsworth Wood Boys School, in Birmingham, England, composed of David Hinds (lead vocals, guitar), Basil Gabbidon (lead guitar, vocals), and Ronald McQueen (bass).
Their debut release, Kibudu-Mansatta-Abuku arrived on the small independent label Dip, and linked the plight of urban black youth with the image of a greater African homeland.
2 Days of Non-Stop Reggae , 2 Stages, The Best Food and Merchandise on the east coast .
Located on the waterfront at Mill Point Park Downtown Hampton, Va. 100 Eaton Street 23669.
Will include the whole park and two partial streets directly in front of the park.
Truecooks radio is back on the air, we check in with the man Chef Chad about the holidays, the voting issues that happened with all star of the year and more. As always we talk food, people and take questions from the chat room! Its one of a kind interactive culinary lifestyle experience, #truecooks radio
Join Nancy Reid & Lisa D. Smith, mother-daughter travel team and publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine, for Big Blend Radio’s Happy Hour variety show, that airs live from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona.
On This Episode:
- The Committee - Best-selling author Terry E. Hill discusses his fourth novel ‘The Committee’, a beguiling tale that twirls Illuminati conspiracy, New Orleans voodoo, American politics and a subplot gay affair in a delicious twist of turbulence and turmoil.
- National Part for Stonewall – Chad Lord from the National Parks Conservation Association, talks about the campaign to preserve the area around Stonewall Inn in New York City, as the first LGBT-themed national park site.
- Colonel Charles Young – Dana Dierkes of Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks, explains how Col. Charles Young, who was appointed acting superintendent of Sequoia and General Grant national parks in 1903, became the first black superintendent of a national park.
- Oysters for Valentine’s Day with Chef Jeremy Manley ‘San Diego’s Sustainable Chef’, Jeremy’s on the Hill California Style Bistro in Julian, CA.
- Love Potion cocktail recipe with mixologist Tyler Johnston, Yuma Landing Bar & Grill.
- Sweet Valentine’s Day Gifts & Treats in Yuma with Donna George of The Peanut Patch, and Debra Mansheim of Basket Creations & More.
I'm really excited to be interviewing Lisa, one of my coaching clients, about her very personal journey of healthy weight loss: its causes, the 'ah-ha' moments, what matters, and what doesn't.
There are many reasons why our relationship with food can become unhealthy, and many obstacles to successfully conquering weight issues. In this show, Lisa and I will explore some of these obstacles via her experiences, and the lessons she’d like to share with others.
I’ll also be talking about the Functional Foodie Focus - putting the ‘will’ into willpower - and introducing a helpful recipe for those with a sweet tooth who are trying to beat sugar cravings.
Join us for what will be a fascinating, enlightening, and honest hour!
Suzanne DeWitt hall joins the show to talk about her children's book, Rumplepimple! She will share her journey as a writer and her thoughts on everything ranging from Christianity to Vintage Cookbooks!
Visit (and buy) from Suzanne's Amazon author page here!
Visit Suzanne's website here!
Suzanne is a regular contributor to a regional glossy called Merrimack Valley Magazine, and the author of the children's illustrated story book Rumplepimple.
In previous lives she was a high-tech journalist and internet marketing business owner, but now works on writing the great American novel along with children's books and magazine feature stories. She is mildly obsessed with vintage cookbooks, recipe boxes, and the intersection of sexuality and theology. She lives blissfully in Massachusetts with her wife Diane, a cat named Chicken, and a wire fox terrier.
On Wednesday mornings you can find her date-stamping books at a tiny, independent, volunteer run library.
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Source Nation! Join us tonight for another amazing segment of Healthy Cooking & Living.
At 6:15, Chef Oliver is back at it again! Join him in the kitchen as he prepares, not only a nutritious and budget friendly meal, but also kid friendly. What's on the menu? Pizza with caramelized onions, mushrooms, basil, mozzarella and fresh tomato sauce. You definitely want to tune in. Be sure to follow the slide show at 6:15 for step by step instructions on making this delicious dish.
At 7, join us for Healthy Living with Dr. Julissa as she and Kathy continue Part 2 of the topic, What are The Benefits of Cleanses, Should We Do Them & Are They Safe Enough For Our Children?
At 7:45 join us for Total Life Changes with Kathy B as she welcomes, another phenomenal guest into the student. Tonight's guest is O'Dale Karyn Satterfield .
Karyn earned her Master’s in Physical Therapy and practiced 9 years prior to being called to her current and toughest position of Work-at-home homeschool mom. Karyn is blessed and highly favored and wants to see others have the same grace positioning. She believes that everyone’s life is special and unique and worthy of investment toward being their best selves.
Tune in tonight to hear karyn's amazing story of how Total Life Changes has positively impacted her life.
Call in and be a part of the conversation at 619-924-0933. You've heard it here from your favorite radio station, Source Radio Network.
When the clock approaches 5:00 p.m., do you start worrying about what to have for dinner? Are you tired of using fast food as the answer? If so, try this old-school trick that's back in fashion — menu planning.
Menu planning is a great way to make sure you're eating a balanced diet and meeting your nutritional needs. And, as every frugal cook knows, menu planning can save you time and money.
Benefits of menu planning
You can have a big impact on your health — and your budget — just by eating at home more often. With menu planning you know what your meals will look like and what you need to buy. That makes grocery shopping more efficient and cuts down on unplanned trips to buy one or two items. And with a grocery list in hand — a byproduct of good menu planning — it's easier to resist impulse purchases.
Menu planning doesn't have to be complicated. To get started, jot down some of your favorite meals. Cooking for a family? Ask them to suggest menu ideas, too. For more inspiration, flip through cookbooks or check out recipe websites. You can even find sample menus and menu-planning apps online.
Ask The Aromatherapist w/ Monica Bickerstaff:Romantic DIY Love Potions
There are certain scents that arouse the senses, bringing forth an amorous mood that is perfect for Valentine’s Day romance. But how do you concoct just the right romantic love potion or aromatherapy recipe for the love of your life?
Join us for some HOMEMADE LOVE! Grab your "recipe" books and wellness journals for a sensual half hour of romantic love potions, bath salts and titillating massage oils.
Date: Friday February 5, 2016
Time: 11:00 am
Call in to speak to host 646.929.0765
Karen Marie Campbell, MBA, RScP (License Practitioner) Certified Transformational Coach through Dr. Wendy Dearborne, Adssa James Institute and a Certified Spirit Guide Coach through Deborah King, Deborah King Center.
Monica Bickerstaff Riley, MSJ, ChP, is a Certified Holistic Health Practitioner and Holistic Health Coach with clinical expertise as a Certified Aromatherapist/Master Herbalist and an Award-winning Journalist. She began her scientific study and received her clinical certification of practice from New York’s The Flynn School of Herbology in 1999. Monica then furthered her scholarship at The New York Open Center where she graduated with distinction and was awarded an internship with OB/GYN and Traditional Chinese Medicine Naturopath Dr. Jonathan Lu in 2000.
The Propelled Heart: Moving from Injury to Insight with Dr. Toni Luisa Rivera
She was a whirlwind of a doctor. The only chiropractor on a remote part of Puerto Rico, she was inundated with patients, many of whom were out of pain for the first time in years. Wanting to heal EVERYONE, she drove herself to extremes. But what really drove Dr. Toni Luisa Rivera was buried so deep that only in her 30s were the memories really starting to offer clarity--repeated sexual assaults before the age of four, a heart crushed by a mother so overwhelmed with the truth that she couldn't find it in herself to comfort her daughter and a burning desire to be of value, to prove her worthiness.
It was a recipe for disaster and it was only through listening deeply to her own body that Rivera found her way to physical, mental and emotional health. And it is this deep listening and intuitive technique that Dr. Toni offers her readers in her new book The Propelled Heart: Moving from Injury to Insight.
Part memoir, part healing guidebook, Dr. Rivera tells of her passage to insight, allowing injury to transform into the gifts she brings to the world. Dr. Toni recounts how she listened to her body's physical pain to help unlock those wounds of forgotten childhood sexual abuse, freeing her to follow an inner-driven, more deliberate, more intentional and joyful way of life, while still serving those who needed help.
For more information visit: http://www.toniluisarivera.com/