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Homestead Holiday Traditions & Recipes!
Lil' Suburban Homestead
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Join Karen Lynn, Tammy Trayer from Trayer Wilderness, and Sharon Pannell from The Trailer Park Homesteader for a fun holiday evening chit chatting with three former Survival Mom Radio Hosts and discussing Homesteading Holiday Traditions & Recipes.
Tammy Trayer from Trayer Wilderness will bring her Off-grid living perspective and how they celebrate their Holidays at their homestead and Sharon Pannell lives in a “small space” homestead and she is an expert at using space wisely and she will share her perspective!
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The Holiday is one of those times that many familiy and friends gather together for great food, drink and even recipes to celebrating what the holiday means to them. However, the grandma's or family recipes on the menu how much of those are the healthiest for us and is it possible to change tradition by changing the menu but still make it memorable, delicious and healthy? In this episode I will continue to share with you the foods and recipes that you can added and even change to be more healthy to those not so healthy meals.
We're getting our host skills geared up to serve up the ultimate holiday parties...drinks included.
We love holiday parties, especially when we're surprised and delighted by little special touches created by the hosts. From custom-designed cocktails to gorgeous decor, as guests it's always fun to have something unique to discuss with the other guests (especially if we don't know each other). And honestly, it makes us feel more special as guests that the hosts took time out of their busy lives to make their event a little more special.
Designer Taniya Nayak might be best known as an HGTV host and designer on Food Network's Restaurant Impossible. She's also a successful, Boston-based interior design firm, Taniya Nayak Design LLC., where she adds a fresh, clean look to both commercial and residential spaces.
Entertaining designer Lulu Powers fresh approach to hassle-free entertaining – from food to flowers – has made her a sought-after talent, inspiring mentor, and credible entertaining lifestyle expert. Mindful of her client’s resources and at times, fear of entertaining, she imparts her wisdom with spirit and panache to transform the simple into sublime. Lulu is a best-selling author of "Food to Flowers."
Food and wine blogger/writer Maggie Unzueta is a recipe developer who shares her creations on her blog Mama Maggie.
LOS ANGELES Ca, December 5th, 2014 - It’s no secret that holiday cookies and cookie recipes are flooding the internet right now as we near the holiday and despite headlines homemade cookies aren’t always easy to whip up.
This Monday join chef Mary Moran and Duane Pemberton on Paired as they discuss great cookie and chocolate ideas that aren’t all home made but will still leave your guests in awe. And if you’re one of those who loves to bake cookies, there will also be some great tips on how to make your family cookie recipe into a flat lace cookie or change into an almost cake consistency.
Tune in to PAIRED, Live every Monday at 6:30pm EST and then available On Demand:
Sweet bread, a cross between a rich bread & dessert, is made from yeast dough, thus requiring home bakers to work like elves all night long to mix, knead, & bake the breads. The sweetness comes from a combination of sugar & dried fruits, while spices typically include cloves, nutmeg, mace, cardamom, & cinnamon. Some bakers combine dried fruits like raisins, currents, & prunes in a large bottle & steep them in rum or brandy for several weeks - or months - before adding to the batter. Whole pieces of dried fruits, including candied red & green cherries, are artistically laid in the top of the dough to make a signature design.
Traditionally, even neediest families had a big ham at Christmastime. This was either purchased from pennies saved or as a gift from a thoughtful neighbor, employer, or even shopkeeper. Decades ago, it was common for Virgin Islands' grocers to hand out hams to their customers in appreciation for their patronage during the year.
Island residents today line up outside refrigerated trailers to purchase their Christmas pine imported from the U.S. main-land. Long ago, they instead went in search of an inkberry tree or the brown dried stalk of a century plant or agave that had flowered a few months prior. Both of these grew in the wild; the inkberry in the islands' forests and the century plant or agave on the arid eastern end of the islands. The trees or stalks were brought inside, propped up in a rock-filled container & decorated with items such as small candies, crepe paper or bits of fabric.
Courtesy of www.virginislandsthisweek.com/articles/virgin-islands-holiday-traditions.html
Download free recipes from: http://webpac.uvi.edu/imls/ces_uvi/hmeco/holidaycooking.pdf
How many celebration parties do you throw every year? How many Pot Lucks do you attend? Running out of recipe and menu ideas? Want some plainly simply delicious ones that are crowd-pleasers? Then tune in to hear our guest, Chef Meryl Bennan, noted recipe developer with Plainville Farms, share her favorites. From appetizers, finger food and buffets to sit down entrees, sides and desserts, Chef Bennan will fill you up with enough ideas to last at least a year. Yes, these recipes will be doable, even when you are short on time.
Come into our Family Food Experts Kitchen with Chef Bennan, Co-Host Carolina Jantac, RDN (Kid Kritics Approved) and me are rescued just in time for holiday celebrations! Thursday, 1pm ET, on W4WN.com and W4CY.com.
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It's Wellness Wednesday at PAWSitive Radio. We'll be talking about how to make healthy desserts for your dog, and recipes to build your corporation, team and family. Your go to show for living a well life with your pets!
Join Host Charmaine Hammond, business and leadership expert, professional speaker, bestselling author and Toby the dog's pet parent.
This show we'll be talking with Lisa Hennessey, AKA "Your Pet Chef". She is based in Chicago and will tell you how to make an fun, easy and festive "Yappy Pumpkin Pie Recipe"! Then, Charmaine will share her favorite ingredients to building a healthy, resilient team....at work and at home.
Follow Team Toby's PAWS Across Canada tour live as it happened via Team Toby's Twitter Feed To find out about PAWS Across Canada Visit our Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/TheOriginalTeamToby To order a copy of Toby’s books, or find out more about Charmaine and Team Toby, visit www.TheOriginalTeamToby.com
Thanksgiving is here again and even though we’ve made turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce and all the other Thanksgiving favorites time and time again it seems we still ask the same questions concerning these dishes every year.
Chef Mary will be ready to take your how-to questions while wine expert Duane Pemberton will be there to talk wines to pair with your favorite foods.
You can find recipes and more tips at Communities Digital News Thanksgiving.
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Chef Alex is BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! He's back with a very scary good show! On this episode that will offically relaunch the Chef Cardinale's Cooking show, Chef Alex has some awesome recipes for you that are just in time for Halloween. Halloween is often thought of for candy, and delicious Halloween treats. Well, it is, but you can make homemade delicious Halloween treats right in your home!
On this episode of Chef Cardinale's Cooking Show, Chef Alex will share some awesome Halloween recipes with you which will include desserts, drinks, and more!
Feel free to call in at 646-716-6458 dial 1!
On this episode of Basketball Colorado Radio presented by ASPIRE we take a look a head to the upcoming season with games offically starting Monday. We will talk with Kent Denver head coach Todd Schayes and get a look at small school basketball with Eric Metcalf voice of the Yuma Indians.
We will aslo check in with the head coaches from Rangeview, Arapahoe, and Dakota Ridge.
Then reveal the Basketball Colorado Preseason Top 10 polls for Class 5A and 4A.
Join us tonight at 6:00