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Part 3 of 3: Originally Aired July 14, 2013
Dianne Linderman talks about gun ownership – is it a good idea to teach your kids about guns? Dianne also talks about unemployment in America.
Get Dianne's new Tapioca Torte recipe that is oh-so-delicious!
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 and Dianne's book series for entrepreneurial kids titled How to Become an Entrepreneurial Kid.
Vietnamese 3 Beans Dessert with Mr. Nghia - Huong Viet Restaurant - Tel: 973.667.0827 - Address: 358 Passaic Ave., Nutley, NJ 07110
Chè (Vietnamese pronunciation: [c?^]) is a Vietnamese term that refers to any traditional Vietnamese sweet beverage, dessert soup or pudding. Referred to colloquially as three color drink, varieties of Chè are made with mung beans, black-eyed peas,
Dessert…dessert…dessert is what Halli is serving up Wednesday, March 27, 3 pm ET on The Halli Casser Jayne Show, Talk Radio for Fine Minds. Yep, Halli and her guests will be talking about that satisfying, sinful, sensational, sometimes salty, sometimes sweet and always seductive special treat that is dessert. Joining Halli in the conversation three delicious and delectable guests including author, chef, TV and radio personality Alex Hitz; chef, author and personality Nathalie Dupree; and owner, founder and chef of one of the premier catering companies in North America, Soiree Catering and Events: the scrumptious and charming Mary Hataway.
Nathalie Dupree has sold over half a million copies of her cookbooks and has appeared on PBS, The Learning Channel and The Food Network. She has won two James Beard Awards. She is most famous for having started the New Southern Cooking movement.
Alex Hitz has made entertaining fun again. His new book is My Beverly Hills Kitchen: Classic Southern Cooking with a French Twist.
Chef Mary Hataway has been honored by many top tier publications including Vogue, Bon Appetit, Gourmet, and Wine Spectator as one of America's top female chefs. She she appeared on ABC's Good Morning America. Mary has catered events for luminaries such as Julia Child and the Emperor of Japan, Akihito.
Norrinda's love for her grandmother and mother's baking and desire to bring a modern bakery to Philadelphia's pastry scene that focused on taste as much as design (in the way old school bakeries used to) is what compelled her to "convince" her mother to open Brown Betty Dessert Boutique. Brown Betty Dessert Boutique is named after mother/grandmother, Elizabeth Ruth Hinton (friends and family call her either Betty or Liz). It is a good for us (and now you) that Betty's
Reshawna Leaven interviews Sabrina Campbell, Pastry Chef & Designer of Occasionally Cake. Occasionally Cake prides themselves with making unique cakes that make people happy and capture the mood and emotion of a celebration. Listen to the show live or the pre-recorded episode.Be apart of the conversation live by calling in to speak with the host and guest speaker at (347) 838-8821
John Applefeller of Appleton loved desserts.
Especially apple desserts.
He loved eating them, but even more, he loved making them - pies, strudels, crisps, and cakes. As his Aunt Harriet used to say: If a man truly cares about making desserts, an apple dessert is what he should make. No one knew how Aunt Harriet had come by such wisdom, but John Applefeller, a man of some forty years, had lived the better part of his life by his aunt's motto.
And now, after a decade of making all kinds of different desserts, John Applefeller had just completed the greatest creation of his career - the world's largest apple pancake.
Canned cranberry sauce sales soar for Thanksgiving and there are many recipes in the internet for making fresh cranberry sauce. But, it just won't feel like Thanksgiving in mmy house without Fresh Cranbery Pudding. It is delicous warm or cold. It can be a flavorful side dish, a delightful dessert, or slightly sweet - slightly tart snack. We will also discuss Cranberry Sorbet, Sugared Cranberries, and Cranberry/Apple Cider
Chef Dionna Hurt of Food Network Challenge has a bevy of devilishly delicious holiday desserts on tap that even neophyte cooks can whip up in minutes. “When we all first start cooking, everything seems so new and different. But we don’t all jump right in and become Julia Child,” she tells The Miss Mo Show host Mo Holden. “Sometimes we need to start a little slower. The recipes we’ll discuss today are very user-friendly, with all the ingredients found at your local supermarket. Like the bread pudding with whiskey sauce. This is a Southern favorite that requires just a handful of ingredients—day-old bread, milk, eggs, sugar, salt, nutmeg, vanilla, cinnamon and raisins. It’s the kind of holiday dessert you can make ahead of time and freeze if you’re going to a party. And if you want a non-alcoholic sauce instead of using bourbon, you can substitute a caramel sauce.”
You really can make a perfect pumpkin pie from scratch that will delight your family and rival the best bakery in town. My Mother's Secret to making this fresh baked pie without much fuss on Thanksgiving is remarkably simple yet makes most people say "I can't believe I never thought of that!" But that is just the beginning of the lovely desserts that start with pumpkin puree.
Do you like to eat healthy without the BLAH of no taste? We are not talking salads! Hear Jen Kirkham, Dental Hygienist and Nutrition Nut, share her fun using Xylitol to sweeten Holiday Chocolates. Learn Jen's tips and tricks how to lose the calories while enhancing natural flavor! Cooking with Xylitol is not just for dessert! Jen will reveal her most secret and requested recipie as your takeaway gift! Vote now for your favorite and enter her recipie challenge. Click Here for details.
Producers: Shirley Gutkowski, Jen Kirkham
On this show, Chef Alex Cardinale will be doing his 21st Question and Answer show. Do you have a cooking question you want answered? Do you need to know how to make a particular item? Do you have any cooking experiences you want to share? Did you have a good or bad restaurant experience you'd like to share? With Thanksgiving right around the corner, this is the perfect chance to call in and ask any questions on Thanksgiving wheter it's food or decor related. So call in with any questions or stories for the show by simply dialing 646-716-6458. I am also going to ask 4 questions in which you can call in and answer as well. So call in to ask and answer away!
I am also going to have a conversation with you. NFL week 9 predictions, Thanksgiving dessert suggestions, World series recap, and more!
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