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Ever peer into your fridge and wonder what in the world you might pull together for dinner? Well, we've got your answer!
The Food Network has just released, THE CHOPPED COOKBOOK: Winning Strategies for Inspired Weeknight Dinners. Katherine Alford, Vice President of Culinary for the Food Network and The Cooking Channel, is joining Feisty Side of Fifty to tell us all about it.
So tune in and get ready to create your own mouth-watering meals... from your fridge to your table!
This week Big & Beefy will be welcoming back "CHOPPED" Winner Chef Sean Quinn of chefseanquinn.com into the studio. We will "CHEW THE FAT" with the Bacon Jam and Onion Marmalade creator. Let's see what our favorite self promoter is up to now.
We are als asking our fans to choose this weeks "TOP FIVE" and "FOOD FIGHT" Who knows what topic they will choose. I hope it's a good one. Big is coming off of a rare win from last week.
Listen in for some FOOD NEWS and some other cool segments. Our listeners are growing so let your friends know about "CHEWING THE FAT" with Big & Beefy. It's a totally interactive show.
Chef Rob Burmeister from "CHOPPED & "CUTTHROAT KITCHEN" and Chef Clem Caserta Jr. from "HELL'S KITCHEN" are two buddies from way back and love to buollshit. Call us up LIVE and BULLSHIT with us!!
*Rescheduled from 5/06 Emmy Award-winner Ted Allen is host of the hit primetime competition series “Chopped” on Food Network, and a frequent contributor to the network’s show “The Best Thing I Ever Ate.” He was a judge on the first four seasons of Bravo’s “Top Chef” and Food Network’s “Iron Chef America,” and was the food and wine specialist on the groundbreaking Bravo series “Queer Eye.” He is author of The Food You Want to Eat: 100 Smart, Simple Recipes (Clarkson-Potter), a collection of vibrant, all-natural dishes, and co-wrote the New York Times Best Seller “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy: The Fab Five’s Guide to Looking Better, Cooking Better, Dressing Better, Behaving Better, and Living Better.” Ted’s new cookbook, "In My Kitchen: 100 Recipes and Discoveries for Passionate Cooks" (Clarkson Potter; on sale May 1, 2012) shares the recipes he loves for people who want to roll up their sleeves, crank up the stereo, and get their hands dirty in the kitchen. *2 Free books will be offered to live listeners! Register a user name and be signed in to chat to qualify. We congratulate Ted on his win for a 2012 James Beard Award for Host, and his show, "Chopped!" for "Best Television Program in a Studio or Fixed Location." website: http://www.tedallen.net WINE CURMUDGEON, JEFF SIEGEL, will also join us. website: http://www.winecurmudgeon.com
On this episode of Chewing the Fat , Big & Beefy welcome Hell's Kitchen 12 cast member Chef Michael Gabriel. We will talk about life with Gordon Ramsey and his front page news experience about his New Food Truck and where he parks it.
Also visiting the studio will be The founder of The Richmond County Beer Club, Brewmaster Doug Williams.He will be bringing some home brewed meads. Doug will also talk about The Pour Standards event on September 6th.
Big and Beefy's Food Fight and Top Five list will also be on the schedule. You can also hear some breaking food news by tuning in. Comedy and food will be running rampant on this episode.
The Curvacious Cook will be chiming in with her weekly recipe!!
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Wednesday 8pm CST 'The Rundown with Renee' on 'Yo Momma Black Radio', will breakdown the current topics on fire! We'll be going IN as usual on how they affect our community & beyond. If you want to get in on the action & run off at your mouth too, Listen/ Comment/ Question @ (929) 477-3763, or click the link!... Topics to be chopped up..
#1 Update on Ferguson, Mo. (unrest, family memorial service, investigation, etc)
#2 Nicki Minaj's Anaconda video/song & MTV (Slut) Awards recap (Beyonce tribute, Nikki Minaj, Iggy Azalea,etc)
#3 CDC implicated in possible vaccinations linked to autism in Black boys
#4 Tommy Sotomayor vs Tariq Nasheed (discussing the winner, loser, & why it's important)
#5 Obama's report card & assessment on racial issues & the current political climate
On this episode Big & Beefy will be Chewing The Fat with Melanie Finch from Hell's Kitchen Season 12. We will see how this beautiful woman handled the challenges of Chef Gordon Ramsey.
Also gracing us with his presence will be Danny Wiseman from The Long Island Wingfest which is being held at The Nutty Irishman in Bay Shore Long Island on August 24th. Tickets are still available. Its gonna be a great time. Chef Rob Burmeister will be one of the Brave Judges!!!
On the show Clem and Rob will be taste testing the five flavors of Lays Potato Chips that are being voted on by the country.
The Top 5 will be in play as well as The Food Fight and Food News.
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It’s that time of year where our lives are shaken up and we’re running around like a chicken with the head chopped off…..BACK TO SCHOOL!!!! The BTS season can be especially hard for Entrepreneurs because we struggle with trying to keep our cool, run our business while also giving our children the attention and love they need for them to function but what about US??? Often we lose focus and momentum trying to keep it all together as mompreneurs or dadpreneurs but this Thursday we have Mompreneur Extraordinaire Neoshi Green to give us the tools we need to:
1. Thrive in business
2. Creating harmony in your home
3. How to balance your CEO & Parent Life
SOUNDS LIKE A WIN-WIN TO ME, JOIN US THIS THURSDAY
JOIN us this Thursday for #LunchAndLearn with DeKesha and Ke'Aundra.
Dial in - 646-478-3033
Early in my "radio career" (stop laughing!), do you remember when they chopped on my leg? Depending on which time, I sure do. Danged scar tissue from my Brain seemed to cause QUITE a backslide. Or, did it? I refuse to lose, period. Beat me? Well, that happens. Good man (or woman), allow me to offer my hand.
But LOSE?. Because I DIDN'T DIG IN AND GIVE EFFORT? Let's revisit Reid Memorial Hospital and a certain patient, after some leg splittin' surgery - doinig a LIVE! radio show from Room 403B. Oh man, what fun we had! You folks monitored that miracle...Thanks!
by Paul Ruffins
Black history may have seemed “lost, stolen or strayed” at one time, but since then much of the African American past has been rediscovered and reanalyzed.
Unfortunately, this new research hasn’t yet filtered down to high schools, and many students and others still base their thinking on the information that existed in 1968 when CBS News produced the film Black History: Lost, Stolen or Strayed. At that time, many important works on Black history were more than thirty years out of date. For example, W.E.B. DuBois wrote History of the African Slave Trade in 1896 and Black Reconstruction in 1935, and Dr. Lorenzo Green finished The Negro in Colonial New England, 1620-1776 in 1942.
Over the past thirty years, historians, anthropologists, and other scholars such as John Blassingame, Dr. Eugene Genovese and Ira Berlin have revolutionized the study of African American life, history, and culture.
Some facts are indisputable. A few free Africans came to the New World with Columbus. African slaves first arrived in the Spanish colonies in the Caribbean in 1502 and came to what was to become the United States of America in 1619. Over the next 250 years, some African Americans were freed or freed themselves. The U.S. banned the external slave trade in 1808, and states from Maine to Maryland gradually enacted abolition laws.
Unfortunately, some historical questions may never be answered. For example, although estimates range from thirteen million to thirty million, we will probably never know exactly how many people were taken out of Africa during the slave trade because boats and people were counted differently in different African and European languages.
Black Issues presents some of the latest thinking to help educators lay to rest these ten common myths and misconceptions that distort and oversimplify nearly 500 years of African American history.
Hosted by horror & exploitation filmmaker, Sean Weathers: this week's guest is Brad Jones. http://fullcirclefilmworks.com/fullcirclemovietalk.html
SEASON 3 - Episode 16 (8/16/14): Filmmaker & popular internet reviewer Brad stars as “The Cinema Snob” a pretentious film critic who watches & comments on obscure horror, exploitation & films. The Snob is the most popular of several online shows he produces including his latest effort, "The Reviewers." Music by Judas Booth - Chopped & Screwed.
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