• 00:56

    Alex Grant

    in Sports

    Alex Grant joins the show to discuss his mountain biking, his race season, and what he has going on.

  • 00:45

    Over The Top Radio - Ladies Night

    in Fitness

    Tonight we meet Wink Jackson of Zeal Optics.  Ms. Jackson co-founded Zeal with her husband Michael and served as the CEO (and designer!) until 2011.  Prior to Zeal, Wink was the worldwide team sponsorship manager for the Cannondale mountain Bike Team - which was the pre-cursor to Volvo-Cannondale.  She also raced professionally on the Japanese team which she founded....and we haven't even scratched the surface of this dynamic personality.  Tune in Wednesday 2/15 to find out more!

  • 01:00

    Recipes for a New Tradition w/ Chef Konrad Meier of Historic Bedford Springs Resort & Spa

    in Food

    When Executive Chef Konrad Meier joined Bedford Springs Resort, located in Bedford, Pennsylvania, he was absolutely enthralled to find that local farms offered some of the best fresh produce he has ever seen, and that includes his native Germany!

    As designer of the resort?s menus for six restaurants, including The Crystal Dining Room and The Frontier Tavern, he has discovered new and exciting ways to offer the seasonal produce, cheeses, and meats of the Cumberland Valley in his menus.

    Offering traditional American cuisine with mid-Atlantic roots, his dishes are artfully prepared with fresh ingredients grown by local purveyors and always provide a pinch of romance, a dash of fun, and mounds of comfort and appeal.

    With a wealth of culinary talent and tons of enthusiasm, Meier has appeared on numerous TV shows, most recently in Baltimore, Washington, DC, and Pittsburgh. He is also passionate about sharing his recipes with others and teaches demonstrations and classes for guests of the resort and members of the Bedford community.

    In its glory days Bedford Springs, played host to U.S. presidents, heads of state and countless celebrities, and was where the first TransAtlantic cable was received by President James Buchanan from Great Britain’s Queen Victoria in 1858. The resort also served as Buchanan’s summer White House. Today, guests will find memorable cuisine and high-tech meeting facilities, a gold medal trout stream, mountain nature trails and Cannondale Bikes to traverse them, an outdoor wedding grotto, restored indoor and new outdoor swimming pools, plus

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